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Charm City Bluegrass Festival shines at Druid Hill Park

There’s a lot I could gush about from this past weekend’s Charm City Bluegrass Festival, but I think it may have been summarized best in the motto on the little stickers being handed out on Saturday: “Fun Sure is Fun.” […]

Charm City Bluegrass Festival shines at Druid Hill Park

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There’s a lot I could gush about from this past weekend’s Charm City Bluegrass Festival, but I think it may have been summarized best in the motto on the little stickers being handed out on Saturday: “Fun Sure is Fun.” […]

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Charm City Bluegrass doubles down with two-day festival

Break out your banjos, fiddles and dancing shoes good citizens of Baltimore, the Charm City Bluegrass Festival returns to Druid Hill Park on Friday and Saturday. Let’s have a look

Tea Forté’s world in a teacup

I fell in love with tea --and chanoyu, the formal Japanese tea ceremony-- after reading James Clavell’s bestselling novel, “Shogun,” about an English pilot who arrived in Japan in

Jimmy Buffett charms Charm City

It was a long time coming for Charm City Parrot Heads to get a hometown show, and Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band’s show on Friday was worth

Jimmy Buffett, Greta Van Fleet set to rock Baltimore

Parrotheads Unite! Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band with be bringing the easy-going summer beach vibe to Baltimore on Friday to kick off the “I Don't Know 2018" Tour to

Judas Priest dishes out deep cuts on latest world tour

Like most bands still touring on the nostalgia circuit, heavy metal pioneers Judas Priest have a deep well of greatest hits to choose from. You could forgive them if they

Justin Timberlake lights up Capital One Arena

A trip to the woods isn't complete without a campfire. Midway through Justin Timberlake’s concert on Sunday night, he took a break from playing his pop hits, gathered nine members

Becoming Hitler: The Making of a Nazi

Germany was defeated in WWI (1914-18). By mid-1919, its economy was in total shambles. It also suffered from a debilitating case of hyperinflation. Poverty, disease, and starvation were widespread. Political

‘Game Night’: A comedic winner with no losers

3.5 out of 4 stars Max and Annie love each other almost as much as Charades and Scrabble, which is why it’s so easy for the audience to fall in

‘Early Man’: Stone Age soccer provides plenty of cartoon kick

3 out of 4 stars If FIFA, the governing body of international soccer was smart, it would promote “Early Man,” a cartoon movie highlights the way the beautiful game should

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