Baltimore Public Markets Announces Series Of Black History Month EventsTo celebrate Black History Month, Baltimore's public markets will host performances, arts and crafts, exhibits and other events every Saturday in February.
AVAM Receives $50K State Grant To Conserve Giant WhirligigThe American Visionary Art Museum has received a $50,000 state grant to preserve its giant whirligig, a 55-foot tall kinetic sculpture located outside the museum.
Performances Of 'The Prom' Postponed Due To Cast Members Getting COVID-19, Hippodrome SaysThe remaining performances of "The Prom" at the Hippodrome Theatre have been postponed after multiple cast members got COVID-19, the theater posted on Facebook.
New Maryland Science Center Exhibit Goes Inside The Human BodyThe Maryland Science Center's newest 12,000-square-foot exhibit provides 35 hands-on activities and sensory experiences presenting educational information about how the human body reacts and adapts.
Singing Group That Started At Towson University Releases First EP Of Holiday SongsA group of friends and students at Towson University that wanted to make music together now has released their first EP of Christmas songs, racked up millions of TikTok followers and been featured on Kelly Clarkson's talk show.
Jack White Coming To Pier Six Pavilion In 2022 On Supply Chain Issues TourJack White, raconteur, member of The Raconteurs, and former frontman of the incredible garage rock duo The White Stripes, is coming to Baltimore next year.
BMA To Display Elijah Cummings' Official Portrait Before It Heads To The CapitolThe Baltimore Museum Art will display the official portrait of the late Rep. Elijah Cummings later this month before the painting is permanently installed at the U.S. Capitol.
Indie Rock Group Snail Mail Postpones Tour So Singer Lindsey Jordan Can Get Vocal Cord OperationSnail Mail, the indie rock group founded and fronted by Maryland native Lindsey Jordan, is delaying its U.S. tour so Jordan can rest and recover after an operation on her vocal cords.
Open Works Returns With Gingerbread Rowhouses For The Holiday SeasonOpen Works is back this holiday season with the perfect Baltimore-themed decoration, a gingerbread rowhome.
Local Artists Tapped For New Works In Revamped Lexington MarketTwo artist groups and one solo artist, all from Baltimore, will create site-specific public art reflecting on the market's history and people's relationship with food as part of a partnership between Seawall and the Municipal Art Society of Baltimore City.
Baltimore-Based Beach House To Release Double Album After 4 YearsThe 18-song double album will be released in four-song chapters over the next few months.
Matisse Center At Baltimore Museum of Art To Open Dec. 12A new center dedicated to the study of French artist Henri Matisse is set to open at the Baltimore Museum of Art on Dec. 12.
John Oliver-Curated Art Exhibit Set To Open At American Visionary Art Museum This WeekJohn Oliver's "illustrious exhibit" of art is set to open at the American Visionary Art Museum this week.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra To Start Accepting Negative PCR Tests For EntryThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra said it will begin accepting negative PCR tests for entry into Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, accommodating children who are not yet eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Walters Art Museum Announces Día De Los Muertos CelebrationsHalloween is right around the corner and so, too, is Día de los Muertos, a Mexican holiday celebrating friends and family who have passed on.