The 2017 season, his 35th, will be his last with the 130-member chorus.
Leonardo DiCaprio stars in Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s extraordinary tale of revenge and survival.
Event aims to attract younger people who work during the museum's open hours
The latest from Boister and Among Wolves.
The latest from Wil Haygood, Lia Purpura, and Dr. Daniel Muñoz.
Why can't the brilliant Tarantino just grow up already?
Adam McKay's improbably entertaining film about the 2008 housing collapse.
The local theatre company vows to preserve landmark’s history in plans for remodel.
Story of an American dreamer feels more condescending than inspiring.
Our year-end review of literature related to Baltimore.
Our year-end review of Baltimore’s ever-growing music scene.
Revel in Todd Hayne's stunningly gorgeous, heartbreaking, and romantic film about forbidden love.
We imagine what the Boys of Hampden calendar models would say to Tiger Beat.
The D.C. author talks about his latest book on Thurgood Marshall.
Here are my 25 favorite films of the year.
We talk to the host of WEAA’s “The Rise of Charm City”
The writer talks about her life as the wife of soldier portrayed in Black Hawk Down.
The nostalgia is strong with this one.
Ron Howard's telling of the true story behind Moby Dick is handsomely mounted but fails to inspire.
Traditional music trio Helicon reunites for 30th annual concert.
The latest from Kathy Hudson and Ray Lewis.
The latest from Beach House, Sun Club, and Wildhoney.
After a brief stint in Hunt Valley, the 22nd annual event will be back downtown this weekend.
Creative Alliance show is her first since she became a victim of assault.
Rocky serves as a mentor to Apollo Creed's son.
Our guide to events, recipes, and more this holiday season.
In honor of #GivingTuesday, we round up a handful of charitable events in the area.
Story of the enterprising reporters who uncovered the Catholic priest scandal is our generation's All the President's Men.
Kentucky Thunder, Keller Williams, The Travelin' McCourys, and new bluegrass lessons come to Druid Hill Park in April.
It didn't feel true to the series.
The young indie-punk-pop quintet discusses friendship, grind, and their new album, The Dongo Durango.
One girl's journey from Ireland to Brooklyn, told with enormous care and empathy.
Partnership between Maryland Art Place, Green Spring Station brings public art to shoppers.
Baltimore-born writer will appear at Johns Hopkins tonight
Headliners include Mumford & Sons, Florence & The Machine, and Ellie Goulding.
Exhibit at Reginald F. Lewis Museum explores an artist ahead of her time.
That Way Madness Lies features audience participation—and bingo.