Arts & Entertainment


Poets honor 'migration' paintings of Jacob Lawrence

For a tribute in verse to one of the 20th century's greatest painters, the late Jacob Lawrence, only the finest poets would do.


In new play, God comes to Earth, finds his humanity

So, did you hear the one about God walking into the psychologist's office? That's the premise of "O My God."


Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announces Music for Peace

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has announced a Music for Peace concert, in the wake of recent unrest resulting from Freddie Gray's death.



Not a very comfortable place for "Mad Men"

Odd disjointedness and surreal fantasy dreamscapes feature prominently in this episode.


Today in history: Centennial of radical artist Orson Welles

On this date in 1915, the director and title role star of the classic 1941 film "Citizen Kane" was born.


In "Avengers: Age of Ultron," it's heroes vs. world peace

Though it shares a name with a saga from the comics, director Joss Whedon gives the film its own story, much more to offer than the previous outing.


Disturbing questions posed in documentaries at Full Frame 2015

Three law enforcement documentaries posed intense questions at the Full Frame film festival.


Big Muddy movies: The top ten Vietnam War films

Today is the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War; a great way to reflect is through 'Nam war movies.


Screamscape: The timely play "Dreamscape" about police killings

"Dreamscape" is an urgent, ripped-from-the-headlines story about a police shooting of a young Black person.


"Words by Ira Gershwin": Where’s the man behind the legendary lyrics?

The show's tagline is "Meet the man behind the legendary lyrics." But after over two hours spectators will learn precious little about Ira.

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