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Generational Anxiety, notes from a stripper, Love is Blind, Baby O, midterms, and more

The midterm elections had me STRESSED this week.

Nights on the Fringe Opens Tonight at the Newly-Renovated Peale, Bringing Weird and Wonderful Performance in an Intimate Format

Charm City Fringe is officially back at The Peale tonight and tomorrow after a two-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Baltimore news updates from independent & regional media

Wes Moore's historic win, a new book festival for Baltimore, Tola's Room, MD passes 5 ballet initiatives including legalizing marijuana, and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Baltimore Banner, Baltimore Magazine, Maryland Matters, and other local and independent news sources.

Since mastering the craft of vogueing and coming up in the ballroom community, Marquis has also shared his knowledge with younger performers in Baltimore

“Tell yourself you are everything the world needs to see."

The best weekly art openings, events, and calls for entry happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.

This Week:  Hotel Indigo hosts QRCKY's opening reception, Essential Tremors + Matmos, Myrtis Bedolla curated exhibition opening at Banneker-Douglass Museum, Transformer's 20th Anniversary Gala, Baker Artist Awards Celebration at the BMA, Nights on the Fringe at the Peale, and more!

Contemplating the legacy of protest art created by the famous American Catholic nun-turned-artist-educator

'We Care: Works by Corita Kent' at Silber Gallery is a vibrant color bomb mission-driven text-heavy advertisement-inspired serigraphs.

Takeoff, affirmative action, Elon Musk and Twitter, touching moss, and more

I spent A LOT of time on legal internet this week.

After immigrating to the US from Laos and working in restaurants for 15 years, Mona Kettavhong opened the Hampden restaurant in 2021

From her friend’s mom who decided to live in Maryland, to the sugarcane operator who pushed her forward, to the friend who introduced her to her wife—each of our lives is a glass box covered with the fingerprints of others.

Baltimore news updates from independent & regional media

This week:Bertha's closing its doors, Red Emma's opens theirs, a new contemporary art museum for DC, the latest BMA exhibition, questions in Adan Syed case, and more reporting from Baltimore Fishbowl, Baltimore Beat, Baltimore Banner, Baltimore Magazine, and other local and independent news sources.

Photos from a BmoreArt Subscriber Event: A House Concert with King Midas and the Natives

One of the perks of being an Artist or Premium-level subscriber at BmoreArt are our events! This one was hosted by arts patron Kris Kudrnac, with pizza from Dizzy Cow, beer from Guilford Hall Brewing, and ice cream from the Charmery.

Alberto Cavalieri’s Have & Have-Not at Catalyst Contemporary, Parallax at the Gormley Gallery, and Abstraction at the C. Grimaldis Gallery

Three succinct reviews covering selection of contemporary sculptures, abstract paintings, and the boundaries of photography in Baltimore.

The best weekly art openings, events, and calls for entry happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.

This Week: Reading Douglass opening reception at the Lewis Museum, Día de los Muertos at the Peale, UMBC hosts an artist talk with Sonya Clark, Stoop Storytelling at the BMA, Highlandtown First Friday Art Walk, BROS' Love & ROAR! opens, and more!

Photos from Comic-Con 2022 at the Baltimore Convention Center by Jill Fanon

The best place for Cosplay in Baltimore is the 23rd Annual Comic-Con, hosted October 28-30, 2022 downtown at the Baltimore Convention Center.

The internet had my attention everywhere this week.

Highlights: Elon Musk now owns Twitter, #FreeBrittneyGriner, remembering Brangelina, Daniel Radcliffe, Taylor Swift and fat-phobia, Rihanna is back, Ashanti, Leslie Jordan and Mike Davis passed, and the Mississippi.

Photos by E. Brady Robinson of the Great Lantern Parade

The festival and glowing parade procession from Patterson Park to the Pulaski Monument

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