John Greenleaf Whittier’s famous 1864 poem, “Barbara Frietchie,” memorized by many, may be either artistic license or based on fact.
If you love coffee you know there are many different ways to enjoy it. At one Baltimore restaurant they’ve taken it to another level.
The Baltimore Design School is preparing to open its new facility.
The Annapolis chicken sculptures have raised the pecking order of public art in the city.
The familiar exteriors of astronauts’ space suits often hide all of the ingenuity and mechanics that are built inside the suits that were first imagined as “wearable spacecraft.”
The Smithsonian Institution continues to use substandard facilities in suburban Maryland to store important art and science collections, despite risks cited in a 2006 audit, according to the inspector general of the museum complex.
If you would like to enhance your picture-taking skills, these area photography classes are helpful for both beginners and professionals.
The Kennedy Center is opening its new adaptation of the 1910 play “The Guardsman” nearly 90 years after the original show’s debut on Broadway.
The chief arts critic of The Washington Post won the Pulitzer Prize Monday for criticism for a series of works that include his writings on the Corcoran Gallery of Art, a popular image of the Obamas and exhibitions in Washington.
Cynthia McBride’s sign might be dated but her business strategy is timeless.
The art of poetry requires much more emotion and talent than what “roses are red, violets are blue” would lead one to believe, and so a certain respect should be given to those who would wear their heart on their sleeve when writing or performing poetry. Celebrate National Poetry Month by embracing the words of fellow Baltimoreans and perhaps sharing some of your own.
Four major universities are joining theater companies in Boston, Baltimore, Washington and Atlanta in a project to commission new plays, music and dance compositions about the Civil War and its lasting legacy 150 years later.