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Q&A: Actor Bruce Nelson sets the stage for his latest role at Everyman

Bruce Randolph Nelson talks about his latest role at Everyman Theatre, as artist Mark Rothko in John Logan's "Red". The actor opens up about his troubled childhood, why he remains in Baltimore and whether he reads reviews. 

What Drives An Artist to Paint Cars?

One of Artscape's most popular exhibits features outlandish painted cars.  We chatted with one car artist, Bob Hieronimus, about why he prefers a canvas that comes on four wheels. 

Developers find new uses for sacred spaces

Baltimore is dotted with beautiful, old churches. But not all are used to hold Sunday service. Many have been renovated on behalf of nonprofits and businesses that now use them to hold meetings and events.

Baltimore architects pick five buildings that inspire

Five local architects pick their favorite buildings in Baltimore, including structures in Mount Vernon, Mount Washington and the west side. Some are historic buildings while others are contemporary in design. 

Step OUT for Baltimore theater productions

Theaters in Greater Baltimore are tackling love and marriage, Cleopatra's ill-fated romance and the joy of joblessness. Check out some of the summer productions.  

Step OUT to listen to the music of Edith Piaf

Classical singer Alexis Tantau celebrates "La Vie en Rose" singer Edith Piaf in a live performance at Pazo on Sunday, June 16. The evening includes a three-course dinner at the Harbor East restaurant. 

University of Maryland law school means business

The University of Maryland has revamped its law school curriculum so students are better prepared for the job market. Students learn how to read a balance sheet and learn what it takes to start a company. 

BmoreMedia is on break for Memorial Day

BmoreMedia is taking off for Memorial Day. We will publish our next issue June 4.

New Centerstage play rewrites the script on race

Centerstage Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah talks about his new play, "Beneatha's Place." In it, he challenges the assumptions about whites and blacks in reaction to another play also currently running at the theater.

Step OUT for the CityLit Festival

The CityLit Festival is holding its 10th annual festival April 13 at the Enoch Pratt Free Library. This year's event will feature poets, novelists, fiction and non-fiction writers. 
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