Two new exhibits at Central Library: 'Solidarity in Sadness' and 'Soul Food'

The Enoch Pratt Free Library has opened two new exhibits at the Central Library Annex Gallery, Solidarity in Sadness and Soul Food.

RAMBLING ROSE: Farewell to Poet’s Athletic Club

Hello my dear friends, I hope you are enjoying this hot, sticky, sweaty weather we have been getting this month. Believe me, this is not a complaint from me, I love it.

BSO OrchKids hosts music and arts festival in West Baltimore

This past weekend, Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24, 2016, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra OrchKids program hosted the second annual Green Festival at Carroll Park in West Baltimore.

Misty Copeland scores role in 'Nutcracker' movie

Misty Copeland is making the leap -- or maybe a grand jeté -- to the big screen.

'Ghostbusters' star Leslie Jones busts Twitter haters, gets love in return

Leslie Jones ain't afraid of no Twitter trolls.

Film Review: Free State of Jones

In the 1860s, Newton “Newt” Knight, a farmer who is not a slave owner, becomes a medic in the Ambulance Corps of the Confederate Army. His social/political bent is more Union than Confederate.

How 'black-ish' turned 'Hope' into Emmy honors

Emmy voters officially joined America's ongoing conversation about racism on Thursday by acknowledging "black-ish" -- an ABC comedy that has sought to tackle hot-button issues with humor and heart, without sacrificing laughs in the process.

RAMBLING ROSE: Summer brings positive things to the community!

Hello my dear friends, I sure hope you are enjoying the summer with your loved ones.

Dreams live forever in ArtsCentric’s 'Dreamgirls'

The slogan for the 35th anniversary celebration of the award winning musical “Dreamgirls” is as captivating as the actors in the show.

Artscape celebrates 35th Anniversary by partying ‘like it’s 1999’

The 35th annual Artscape, the country’s largest free arts festival, kicks off on Friday, July 15, 2016, and organizers have promised a weekend that will feature new components like a Kidscape Academy, six large-scale space-themed art installations, and a partnership ...

Mervo grad is writing her own success story

Writer, director, and producer Patricia Cuffie-Jones is writing her own success story. The Baltimore native resides in Los Angeles, California, and has penned several stage play productions, which include “You Can’t Hurry Love,” and has worked with the likes of ...

The new 'Iron Man' is a black woman

There's a new Iron Man coming to comic books -- and it's not a man.

Sondheim Artscape Prize 2016 finalists exhibition at Baltimore Museum of Art

Organized by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPAA) in conjunction with Artscape, America’s largest free arts festival, the Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize: 2016 Finalists Exhibition will be on view at The Baltimore Museum of Art’s ...

BMoreFit to host Baltimore’s 2nd annual ‘DanceWalk’ at Artscape 2016

BMoreFit will host Baltimore’s second annual ‘DanceWalk’ in collaboration with Artscape 2016 on Saturday, July 16, 2016. The event encourages friends and family to get active and dance the “musical mile,” as they help raise money to fund the not-for-profit ...

Shakespeare in the Garden: "A Midsummer Night's Dream" opens July 8

The Annapolis Shakespeare Company will perform six shows of William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" during weekends from July 8 to 17 — with a few twists.