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Step OUT to celebrate July 4 in Baltimore

Not sure what to do this July 4? We've got several options for you, including a picnic with a view, a July 4 for foodies and a pet parade. There's also fireworks at the Inner Harbor and live music from Jah Works.

Q&A: Hometown girl Mink Stole sings a new tune

Mink Stole may be best known for acting in all of John Waters' films. But her creative repertoire also includes singing. She recently chatted with BmoreMedia about her experience making her first CD, working with the "Hairspray" director and Catholicism.  

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. 

Expanded Maryland Film Festival to feature Matthew Porterfield's latest movie

Baltimore filmmaker Matthew Porterfield talks about his latest film "I Used to Be Darker," showing next week at the Maryland Film Festival. The movie premiered at Sundance and picked up awards in Nashville and Buenos Aires.  

Globe Poster's iconic images live on in new exhibit

The Globe Poster Co. created ads promoting legendary African-American musicians. Now its posters will be on display in a new exhibit at the Creative Alliance, which starts April 27. Though it closed three years ago, the company's influence can be seen in Baltimore and around the world. 

Go behind the scenes of an underground house concert

Indie musicians are turning to concerts held in someone's home to promote their music and connect with fans. It's another manifestation of the DIY trend and a throwback to a time when people gathered around to tell stories and play music. 

Local musician sings the praises of urban gardening

Singer Karissa LaRen wants to see more community gardens in Baltimore. So she has teamed up with a local nonprofit to plant community gardens at city schools, using the proceeds from her debut album to fund the effort.

Contest: Win Tickets to Everclear and Eve 6 at Rams Head

We're giving away two pairs of tickets to see these bands at Rams Head Live Dec. 6. 

Slideshow: Moviegoers Take in La Dolce Cinema in Little Italy

It's an annual tradition in Little Italy that takes place Friday nights in July and August. Photographer Steve Ruark captured the scene at the Aug. 17 Cinema al Fresco, which featured The Talented Mr. Ripley

Step OUT: For a Summer Social

Take in music and food at the Inner Harbor's Summer Social July 27 at West Shore Park.

Q&A: Re-Envisioning Rash Field

That stretch of land between the Maryland Science Center and Rusty Scupper could be used for more than playing volleyball games. Find out some of the ideas that Baltimore architecture firm Ayers Saint Gross has for redesigning Rash Field. 

Step OUT: For the Launch of an Urban Culture Blog

Baltimore's emerging hip hop and urban culture scene has gotten its own voice with True Laurels. Founder Lawrence Burney is hosting a free event with live local music and visual art April 6.

Operatic Entrepreneurship Rises From the Ashes in Baltimore

"We're not your grandmother's opera company, but we sure sound like it." So declare the folks behind Baltimore Concert Opera -- a grassroots, entrepreneurial, modern attempt at making opera relevant in today's crowded entertainment landscape. Is it working? We tracked down founder Brendan Cooke to find out.
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