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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 victim. She’s not alone, either, as a specie from many […]

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom: A monstrous mess

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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 victim. She’s not alone, either, as a specie from many […]

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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

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’: Review

3 out of 4 stars Forty-one years – that’s how long it has taken Star Wars’ fans to get their questions about Han Solo answered since he was introduced in

Dierks Bentley offers heartfelt tribute to country music fans

Dierks Bentley wowing fans at the Merriweather Post Pavilion. (Michael Jordan) On a rainy Friday evening, two major headlines were coming out of Columbia: Dierks Bentley’s Mountain High Tour rocks the

(Bluegrass) Congress In Session Memorial Day Weekend

Cumberland Maryland will again play host to one of bluegrass music’s premier festivals beginning Thursday as Delfest rolls out its eleventh edition.  Thirty-eight acts from across the bluegrass and

‘Book Club’ worth attending

3 out of 4 stars Forgive the ladies of “Book Club” – Vivian, Sharon, Carol and Diane – for not being among the millions who read E.L. James’ titillating trilogy

Greta Van Fleet takes Rams Head Crowd on a Hard Rock Safari

There's something exciting about seeing a band that’s riding its first really big surge of popularity. The enthusiasm of the initial breakout and the buzz of expectation that even bigger

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

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

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