Review: “Miss You Like Hell” gives a glimpse into the American immigration system
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Review: “Miss You Like Hell” gives a glimpse into the American immigration system

Do not forget to keep looking over your shoulder. They could come at any minute, banging down your door. They do not show mercy. They do not show…

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Ready to audition? Here’s some advice for succeeding in the casting room.
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Ready to audition? Here’s some advice for succeeding in the casting room.

Meryl Streep once said, “acting is not about being someone different. It’s finding the similarity in what is apparently different, then finding myself in there.” The beginning of…

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Lê Quan Ninh opens up about improv sound rituals
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Lê Quan Ninh opens up about improv sound rituals

Lê Quan Ninh is an internationally known improv drummer. For the past three decades, Ninh has pushed the sonic envelope through experimentation with his bass drum and various…

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Review: “Tall Girl” falls short
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Review: “Tall Girl” falls short

This review contains spoilers for the Netflix movie “Tall Girl.” “Tall Girl” does not live up to the “height.” Netflix’s new original movie about a 6 foot one…

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Karen Finley honors artists before her with “Baltimore Psychic Portraits”
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Karen Finley honors artists before her with “Baltimore Psychic Portraits”

Performance artist, musician and poet, Karen Finley recently impressed University of Maryland, Baltimore County with “Venus in Retrograde,” a performance dedicated to giving attention to the issues within…

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Rickenbackers and Punk Rock: Baby Shakes release new album before this weekend’s Hampdenfest

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Rickenbackers and Punk Rock: Baby Shakes release new album before this weekend’s Hampdenfest

For fans of The Ramones, The Go-Go’s and The Runaways: Grunge-rockers Baby Shakes will launch their new LP, “Cause a Scene,” on Sept. 20. On Sept. 21, listeners can…

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