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  1. Markus Stenz leads BSO in radiant excerpts from Wagner's 'Parsifal'

    Markus Stenz, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s principal guest conductor, can be counted on to generate vivifying performances of great repertoire. He’s doing it again in his latest visit. Given how infrequently the music of Wagner turns up in Baltimore, it is particularly gratifying to fin…
  2. Baltimore couple draw on 'Golden Girls' as inspiration for art exhibit, and their wedding

    On one of their first dates in 2013, artists Nick Horan and Zachary Z. Handler quizzed each other on their favorite quotes from the TV show “The Golden Girls.”It was a litmus test, of sorts, “because if the other person says, I don't really watch ‘The Golden Girls,’ we're done. I'm out,” Handler…
  3. Secrets, psychics, Peeps: American Visionary Art Museum exhibit probes the great unknown

    Two colored pencil drawings of the same young girl that go on view this weekend at the American Visionary Art Museum are as unsettling as they are beautiful. Look closely at Margaret Munz-Losch’s sketch of her naked blue-eyed daughter cradling a black cat and you realize that the girl’s torso and…
  4. People in need raise voices in 'a Baltimore choir of hope'

    Late on Tuesday mornings, shortly after the dining room at the outreach center Paul’s Place in Pigtown starts its daily task of serving a few hundred hot lunches to people in need, about a dozen people gather in an upstairs room to sing together. The sound might not always be polished, but t…
  5. Baltimore artist installs protest-inspired sculpture in Mondawmin

    On the other side of a chain-link fence, traffic moves along the street that protesters walked following the death of Freddie Gray in 2015. Inside the fence, artist Matthew Gray stands with his latest sculpture, an aluminum mass titled “Cache #1.” “It’s very helter-skelter,” said Matthew Gray…
  6. The Book Thing to reopen next week, making its return after 2016 fire

    Good news, bibliophiles: The Book Thing will reopen its physical location in the Abell neighborhood next week, according to the book warehouse’s Facebook page.The site, which was known for housing hundreds of free books for the taking on Vineyard Lane, will open Oct. 14, after being closed s…