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Film series launched by local artists promotes the retro

Step inside Gunky's Basement, a monthly film screening curated by two of Baltimore's best known artists. Jimmy Joe Roche and Dan Deacon show movies from the 80s and 90s in their original 35-millimeter format.

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. 

Everyman Theatre actor embraces new role as the underdog

"This is not a safe play," says actor Eric Berryman of the current production at Everyman Theatre. Berryman, who plays Booth in "Topdog/Underdog," talks about his character and the influence of his "theater mom."

Step OUT for an interactive fashion show at the Tremont Grand

Check out the designers, stylists and artists nominated for this year's Fashion Awards MD at May Day 2013 at the Tremont Grand. The May 8 event benefits a program for men re-entering the workforce. 

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. 

Step OUT for Wit & Wisdom's wine education series

Learn about white wines from around the world at Wit & Wisdom's inaugural monthly wine tasting class April 25.

Step OUT for a variety show celebrating great books

See a variety show that celebrates great works of literature from Mary Shelley, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Dr. Seuss. Fluid Movement will perform "Glitteracy: A Book Revue" March 16. 

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. 
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