Lighten up the music
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Lighten up the music

Krisztina Dér’s flute solo and light show performance last Thursday in UMBC’s Music Box, entitled “Flute/Light,” shifted the way audiences receive music. Inspired by the idea that the…

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Tomás Saraceno’s “Entangled Orbits” float through Baltimore Museum of Art
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Tomás Saraceno’s “Entangled Orbits” float through Baltimore Museum of Art

As you enter the East lobby of the Baltimore Museum of Art, a web of wires run from wall to wall and hang from the ceiling, supporting clusters…

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“Lady Bird” begs to reflect on the influence of the past
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“Lady Bird” begs to reflect on the influence of the past

“Lady Bird,” directed by Greta Gerwig, is a film about a young girl’s coming of age. At the center of this movie, however, is her conflicting yet loving…

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Medieval Asian shipwrecks shed new light on ancient maritime trade
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Medieval Asian shipwrecks shed new light on ancient maritime trade

How much is known about medieval maritime trade between the ancient Asian and Arabian powers? Unfortunately, not as much as historians and museums would like. However, this year,…

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Gonzalez’s Poetry Gathering
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Gonzalez’s Poetry Gathering

UMBC’s English Department Reading Series invites writers of all backgrounds to share their literary art with students on campus. On April 11, the English department happily welcomed poet…

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Charm City Bluegrass Festival brings bluegrass to Baltimore this month
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Charm City Bluegrass Festival brings bluegrass to Baltimore this month

For those looking for outdoor fun in Baltimore this month, the Charm City Bluegrass Festival is right around the corner. This two day festival is happening on April…

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