Aziz Ansari: More than Just a Comedian?

Mia Gogle

May 26, 2016

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When you say the name Aziz Ansari, you may think of his ditzy character “Tom Haverford” from Parks and Recreation, a comedy on NBC. But Ansari is much more than that. His new T.V. series “Master of None” had most viewers expecting a ...

A Musical Tradition

A Musical Tradition

May 26, 2016

BSO Pulse

Alex Kaplan

April 26, 2016

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This year, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra started a collaboration with local radio station WTMD, the popular Towson University source for rock-alternative programming. With a grant provided by the Wallace Foundation, BSO Pul...

Music Festivals

Elizabeth Markis, Julia Pascale

February 11, 2016

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When I say the word “Woodstock,” what comes to mind? Did you think of tie dye, flowers, and mud? Flash forward to today and you hear the words, “music festival,” what do you think of now? Most likely girls walking aroun...

Art Angels Review

Nick Krywucki

February 11, 2016

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Art Angels is packed with an explosive identity that’s blasted into mainstream success. Canadian musician Claire Boucher, AKA Grimes, has produced her most successful album to date in Art Angels, which comes three years afte...

Goodbye David Bowie

Anna Fedder

February 11, 2016

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On January 10th, music legend and pioneer David Bowie was taken by liver cancer. This was just days after both his 69th birthday and the release of his 26th studio album, Blackstar. When the news of Bowie’s death arose, the world immedi...

Leonardo DiCaprio ACTUALLY WON a Golden Globe

Madalynn Williams

February 11, 2016

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Slow clap for Leonardo DiCaprio who won his 2nd Golden Globe earlier in January. Out of 11 nominations he has only won twice, once for The Aviator in 2005 and now one for The Revenant. For any DiCaprio enthusiast, there’s a bit of teen...

Star Wars

Madalynn Williams

February 11, 2016

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If you somehow haven’t seen Star Wars: VII yet, congratulations, you are a part of the 1%. It’s been 10 years since the last Star Wars movie came out. Regrettably, the last movie was a part of the prequel series which you...

An Interview With Ben Kinder

Paige Shepherd

February 11, 2016

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What was broken in the old auditorium? What was the extent of what was possible in terms of lighting? In the old space we didn't have enough outlets for all the lights that we had, and the blackout button on our board didn'...

The Future of Films

Chris Zdenek

December 3, 2015

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The film Beasts of No Nation was just released on October 16, and it served as the first film to go directly to an online streaming service. The film follows an African child who is trained by a fierce warlord (Idris Elba) to join...

Play at Enoch Pratt

Ben Kinder

December 1, 2015

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The Mesmeric Revelations of Edgar Allan Poe is an immersive theatre piece put on by SubMersive Productions in the Enoch Pratt house and graciously hosted by the Maryland Historical Society. Revelations is an immersive show, w...

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