When fans head to the Maryland Science Center this weekend to see “Captain Marvel,” they’ll get to experience every fight scene and action sequence with crisp digital visuals and a state-of-the-art sound system in the museum’s five-story IMAX Theater.
Baltimost is a new Baltimore Fishbowl feature that asks locals what they love about their city. The idea is to celebrate Baltimore and the people who make it so unique.
So what makes Baltimore the Baltimost to you? It could be a favorite place, a great meal, a memorable interaction or something else entirely. Email suggestions to Karen at [email protected]
Catina Smith, 33, is a line cook at Alexander Brown. In her words:
With just over 100 days until the start of camp, it’s time to make your plans for Summer fun! Whether creating masterpieces in Visual Arts Camp, shining on stage in Imagination Alive or Take Two, or showing off awesome moves in Dance Camp, Summer at Friends is the place to explore your interests and talents in the arts!
For its production of “Frankenstein,” Cohesion Theatre decided on an adaption of the classic story told through the perspective of Victor Frankenstein’s adult daughter who attempts to bring her father back to life. The result is insanely creative in addition to being a poetic, lyrical examination of grief and loss told through stellar direction, acting and production design.
Still on the road in support of the excellent album “7,” Baltimore duo Beach House is returning home this summer for a local show at one of the city’s grandest venues, the Hippodrome Theatre.
First The Hippo, and now Grand Central.
Baltimore will lose its largest gay nightclub when new owners start converting Grand Central at 1001-1003 N. Charles Street to an office building with retail space at street level.
May brings us spring showers, and a stacked lineup of jazz-influenced, genre-bending artists playing the Inner Harbor, headlined by Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals.
Baltimore’s theater scene includes more than 35 professional and independent theater companies. This month, they’re presenting a variety of Pulitzer Prize-winning plays, popular musicals, classic stories and contemporary shows in 15 productions.
It’s a good weekend to see some music, whether it’s a cappella, dancing with the neighbors, a Sunday afternoon jazz set or checking out a touring band. Here’s the lineup: