This week in Baltimore: They Might Be Giants, The Stoop, Hare’s Breath Records Opening

The Stoop Storytelling Series at The Senator on October 25. A Baltimore-based live show and weekly podcast that features the extraordinary true tales of “ordinary” people. The theme is “Getting it Wrong: Stories about…

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Crumb brings new indie sound to the Metro Gallery

The first hints of fall made for a brisk October night this past Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. Eager fans in hoodies and knit beanies filled the Metro Gallery,…

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The Twenty-First Century Illiad
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The Twenty-First Century Illiad

Kicking off Ancient Studies Week, Ewing Professor of Greek Language and Literature and Professor of Classics at Princeton University, Andrew Ford gave a fascinating lecture on the plasticity…

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Young Thug brings listeners on the run in new EP
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Young Thug brings listeners on the run in new EP

Three days before announcing the release of his EP, “On the Rvn,” rapper Young Thug was charged with eight felonies rooting from an arrest in his home state…

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Sierra Burgess is not a winner
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Sierra Burgess is not a winner

Neflix’s newest original romantic comedy follows the life of Sierra Burgess (Shannon Purser), a high school student who, in the midst of preparing for her college admittance into…

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The Swirlies take the Ottobar back in time
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The Swirlies take the Ottobar back in time

Hidden in an alleyway adjacent to Ottobar in downtown Baltimore, members of The Swirlies kick around a hackeysack, rarely keeping it airborne for more than three bounces. Nonetheless,…

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