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Grateful Dead: What a long, strange 50-year trip

The Grateful Dead’s long, strange 50-year trip came to an end on Sunday before a sea of more than 70,000 at Soldier Field in Chicago, where the band’s four surviving members guitarist Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh, drummers Mickey Hart […]

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Grateful Dead: What a long, strange 50-year trip

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The Grateful Dead’s long, strange 50-year trip came to an end on Sunday before a sea of more than 70,000 at Soldier Field in Chicago, where the band’s four surviving members guitarist Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh, drummers Mickey Hart […]

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Fare Thee Well: Grateful Dead and gearing up for the hippie apocalypse

CHICAGO - The Grateful Dead, America’s greatest jam band, is officially calling it quits with five shows featuring the surviving core four members: guitarist Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh, drummers

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Magic Mike XXL: Back to the grind for Channing Tatum

2.5 out of 4 stars With more six packs than a convenience store, Magic Mike XXL is the most fun you’ll have without going to a strip club — and

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Pilobolus: Avant-garde dance group delights at Columbia Festival of the Arts

Few arts can be as misunderstood as modern dance, but for the near sellout crowd who crammed into the James Rouse Theatre last Thursday night, the mix of frivolity

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Hooked on FECA suction cups

If you want to get hooked – really hooked in a practical sense, then give FECA suction cups a try. The Santa Ana, Califorinia-based company developed a powerful line

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Drenge debuts in Baltimore to enthusiastic welcome

Baltimore's Metro Gallery was standing room only as the night's opening act gave way to Drenge, the duo-turned-trio British punk rock group performing in Baltimore for the first time. “Ladies

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum airing Anne Frank documentary.

‘Anne Frank’s Holocaust’ takes over where her diary ends

Anne Frank's world famous diary does have an ending. It’s in a moving film called Anne Frank’s Holocaust, which chronicles her concentration camp experience and will debut to the general public on

"Weird Al" Yankovic Kicks Off "The Mandatory World Tour"

‘Weird Al’ Yankovic gives Pier Six crowd Mandatory Fun

“Weird Al” Yankovic performed his Mandatory Fun tour, named after his first Billboard chart-topping album, in front of a packed Pier Six Pavilion overlooking the Inner Harbor on Saturday night. Fans

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Tartuffe: Insufferable ‘satire’ in DC at Shakespeare Theatre Company

Sofia Jean Gomez gets her two cents in as Suzanne Warmanen looks on in Tartuffe. (courtesy) Molière – the great French dramatist – maintained, “The duty of comedy is to

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Jurassic World: Dinosaurs roar life into franchise

3 out of 4 stars When an amusement park wants to spike attendance, a faster, more imposing roller coaster is built. When an automobile manufacturer wants to boost lagging sales, a

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