“Fire and Flood” – a local artist’s response to natural disasters
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“Fire and Flood” – a local artist’s response to natural disasters

On Mainstreet Ellicott City, tucked away in a tiny corner next to Taylor’s Collective, is the Artists’ Gallery. The Artists’ Gallery showcases local artists’ work and helps them…

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Celeste Ng deLIGHTS readers with “Little Fires Everywhere”
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Celeste Ng deLIGHTS readers with “Little Fires Everywhere”

In a world where intersectionality is a central part of our view of society, people cannot shy away from their own hybrid identities and their attempts to balance…

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“Chicory” and the forgotten voices of Black Baltimore
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“Chicory” and the forgotten voices of Black Baltimore

As part of the Dresher Center for the Humanities’ Inaugural Public Humanities Speaker Series, assistant professor of history and director of the Graduate Program in American Studies at…

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Lil Pump fails to live up to hype with “Harverd Dropout”
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Lil Pump fails to live up to hype with “Harverd Dropout”

Rapper Lil Pump released his highly anticipated second studio album, “Harverd Dropout,” on Feb. 22. The young Florida rapper’s music has been viewed as controversial as rap purists…

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Velvet Buzzsaw: too much in too little
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Velvet Buzzsaw: too much in too little

Peeking through the guise of a comedic satire, “Velvet Buzzsaw” reveals its true colors as a horror film. The film’s attempt at creating a snarky Los Angeles art…

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Offset stands out with “FATHER OF 4”
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Offset stands out with “FATHER OF 4”

Offset’s newest project, “FATHER OF 4,” is the latest solo album from a member of Migos. Quavo dropped “Quavo Huncho” in Oct., only to receive mixed reviews. Takeoff,…

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