With a GRAMMY nod and new ‘R.E.D.’ album in stores, Ne-Yo is already working on his follow-up. But there is still the matter of his missing GRAMMY.
When GRAMMY nominations have your band name in everyone’s mouth, all sorts of old “friends” come out of the woodwork.
“I was worried, when we first decided this was going to be the band name about all the negative puns that would happen,” singer Nate Ruess says. “Like, ‘This is no fun at all!’
Convicted D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo said in a newspaper interview published Sunday that the devastated reaction of a victim’s husband made him feel like “the worst piece of scum.”
The future in question?
Ukazoo means “a state of ecstasy or euphoria where you learn to understand the meaning of life or the meaning of yourself,” according to Ukazoo Bookstore Manager Edward Whitfill. It is the premier bookstore in Baltimore for readings, book release and author signing events, book club meetings, open mic nights and Scrabble tournaments.
A member of Baltimore’s Mobtown Players and the Baltimore Rock Opera Society, actor and burlesque performer Melissa O’Brien gives her performances a double-edged dose of her patented bubbly charm and razor-sharp wit. We caught up with O’Brien to find out more about her and her opinions on the local theater scene of which she has become an integral part.
Terps Football Coach Randy Edsall discusses his ‘Class of 24′ solid recruits that committed to MD yesterday.
Julia Kim Smith is a conceptual artist dedicated to the exploration of political and social territory. Using performance, video, film, photography and printmaking as navigational systems, Julia’s work is as thought provoking as it is minimalistic.
Ravens Safety Ed Reed talks about recent criticism, his shoulder & the upcoming playoff match-up with the Texans.
Baltimore-based EMP Collective brings artists together to create provocative, social, multi-media events, and bring new, diverse art to the city. In its newly opened space, EMP Collective plans to showcase everything from visual arts to theatre and film and revitalize the neighborhood with art.
I remember questioning people about crimes from burglary to murder and when they answered my questions by repeating my question they were most often lying.