Jim Jeffrey has chasséd full circle, and it took only 70 years.
Strut and glide your way into the season and enjoy Baltimore’s best summer dance performances. From modern dance to aerial acrobatics, dance can inspire even the least graceful among us. Check out our picks for the season’s best dance events and your feet will be moving to the beat in no time.
This is a family guide to Artscape.
An annual art festival in Frederick is expanding this year to include dance, theater and downtown galleries.
Sponsored by the Allegany Arts Council, the Maryland State Arts Council, and the Allegany County Board of Education, Arts in the Schools Week brings singers, dancers, storytellers and other artists into two area schools each spring to try to cultivate an interest in the arts.
Cirque du Soleil returns to Baltimore in April with a brand new production that is nothing like you’ve ever seen before.
Travelers headed to two Washington area airports will be getting a taste of Ireland, no matter what their final destination.
Richard Pryor was a pioneer and now his daughter lives in Baltimore. Rain Pryor is a devoted teacher in Baltimore City and fans have a chance to help her and her talented students Friday night.
Walking into the Velovoom workout studio feels a little like walking into a dance club — the lighting is low, the music is pounding and people are moving with it.
Let other parents stick honor-student bumper stickers on their cars. Ted Wada has a framed certificate from Guinness World Records on his mantel to celebrate his 10-year-old’s excellence in . . . video gaming.
Dance might not be well represented at the Grammys, but the category is usually filled with heavy hitters. Last year’s titanic Lady Gaga could face a little competition this time around. Last.fm Trends finds out who might topple the pop princess.
A high school in Cumberland says it’s canceling a February dance to crack down on the sexy gyrations known as dirty dancing or freak dancing.