CityLit Festival shifts focus to social justice
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CityLit Festival shifts focus to social justice

“Rhinoceros” is as relevant now as ever
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“Rhinoceros” is as relevant now as ever

How many rhinoceroses does it take to fill the stage of UMBC’s┬áProscenium┬áTheatre? In the case…

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A controlled burn of a game
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A controlled burn of a game

Campo Santo’s debut game, “Firewatch,” pulls absolutely no punches. Thrusting protagonist Henry alone directly into…

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The Addams Family delights, but suffers from monstrous plot
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The Addams Family delights, but suffers from monstrous plot

From the outside, the Old Theatre located next to The Commons appears to be entirely…

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Fallout 4 lives up to the post-apocalyptic hype
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Fallout 4 lives up to the post-apocalyptic hype

An eerie stillness has fallen over the Boston Commons, once bustling and filled with life.…

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A game to tug on your heartstrings
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A game to tug on your heartstrings

Never before has a piece of yarn been so intriguing. ColdWood Interactive’s newest game, “Unravel,”…

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