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Paul Simon’s Homeward Bound tour second encore steals the show

WASHINGTON DC — Paul Simon, one of the hugest iconic stars of the star-packed 60s and 70s music scene, performed with his jazzy band to a mostly sold-out audience on Friday night at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D. […]

Paul Simon’s Homeward Bound tour second encore steals the show

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WASHINGTON DC — Paul Simon, one of the hugest iconic stars of the star-packed 60s and 70s music scene, performed with his jazzy band to a mostly sold-out audience on Friday night at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D. […]

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South Pacific: Tidal wave of talent hits beach at Olney Theatre

Jessica Bennett, Calvin McCullough, Jessica Lauren Ball, Chris Rudy, Amanda Kaplan, David Schlumpf, and Christina Kidd in "There is Nothin' Like A Dame" in SOUTH PACIFIC. (Photo: Stan Barouh) Before

‘Peppermint’ leaves sour taste

2 out of 4 stars Jennifer Garner will never, ever be confused with Liam Neeson, no matter how many bad guys she kills, but that doesn’t matter she can’t try. In

‘Operation Finale’: Ben Kingsley, Oscar Isaac shine in manhunt thriller

3.5 out of 4 stars Oscar Isaac has gone from killing Stormtroopers to taking down a more sinister foe: Adolf Eichmann, the mastermind behind the extermination of 10 million people,

‘The Happytime Murders’: Puppets, Porn, Profanity

2 out of 4 stars If the late, great Jim Henson were alive, he’d be fuming at what his son, Brian, has done to his beloved Muppets. Henson, who dedicated his

‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’: A mission you’ll never want to see end

3 out of 4 stars “Mission Impossible – Fallout” has indeed done the impossible: it proves a franchise can get better over time, with each film better than the preceding

Summer Concerts Heating Up

It's a good time to be a live music fan in Baltimore. Hot weather and hotter shows are coming in fast and furious, so it’s time to get out of

Shakemore flag banner greets concert goers at Shakemore 2018 (Mike Jordan/BPE)

Shakemore unites seminal band Half Japanese with fans for Carroll County music festival

Half Japanese may be the most famous band you’ve never heard of. Founded in the mid-seventies by Ann Arbor, Michigan brothers Jad and David Fair, the art punk

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom: A monstrous mess

1 1/2 out of 4 stars Somewhere, Blue the velociraptor is smiling, ready to turn the next person she sees into her next meal before chowing down on another unsuspecting

Dispatches from Delfest

Welcome to Dispatches from Delfest, a running discourse in words and photos of all that’s happening at one of the country’s premier bluegrass and Americana festivals, hosted by bluegrass

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