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John Waters’ 2019 Christmas special set for Dec. 19, tickets on sale tomorrow

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Photo via Baltimore Soundstage/Facebook

You are correct: It’s not even close to that time of year again. But John Waters’ annual Christmas special is wildly popular, and thus warrants some lead time for snagging tickets.

Publisher moves up release date for John Waters’ next book, ‘Mr. Know-It-All’

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Photo courtesy of Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

John Waters fans have less time to wait for his next book, a collection of essays entitled “Mr. Know-It-All: The Tarnished Wisdom of a Filth Elder.”

This Valentine’s Day, enjoy ‘A Date with John Waters’ at Baltimore Soundstage

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Image via Baltimore Soundstage’s Facebook.

His art retrospective is up at the Baltimore Museum of Art, and every year around Christmas he takes the stage as a “St. Nick for the Christmas corrupted” to spread the holiday spirit. And now this Valentine’s Day, John Waters, Baltimore’s beloved agitator and the Pope of Trash, is going to be a date in the very intimate setting of the Baltimore Soundstage.

‘John Waters: Indecent Exposure’ highlights the auteur’s intellectual savvy

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Image courtesy of the Baltimore Museum of Art.

She Shoulda Said ‘No!’ was a 1949 exploitation film in the “Reefer Madness” mold, designed to warn red-blooded, young Americans about the moral rot, social deviancy and sexual degeneracy that comes with using drugs. In it, a young woman’s experiments with weed lead her into a wayward spiral of selling drugs, losing her job and promiscuity, her moral downfall pushing her brother to suicide. Only after cleaning up in jail and collaborating with authorities can she right her way in life.

BMA to hold John Waters retrospective starting in October

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“Beverly Hills John” by John Waters. Image via the BMA.

Baltimoreans are familiar with John Waters’ films, and now they’ll get a chance to see more of more of his visual art.

Starting Oct. 7, the Baltimore Museum of Art is showing “John Waters: Indecent Exposure,” an exhibit of 160 photographs, sculptures, sound and video works made by the director since the 1990s. The museum says it is the first major retrospective of Waters’ visual art in his hometown.

John Waters’ ‘Female Trouble’ to get the Criterion treatment

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Image via IMDB

John Waters’ 1974 film “Female Trouble,” about a hell-raising runaway student (Divine) who becomes a model for beauticians that like to photograph women committing crimes, is getting the Criterion Collection treatment this summer.

‘A John Waters Christmas’ Returns to Baltimore Soundstage on December 19

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John Waters. Image via Baltimore Sound Stage.

“You better watch out. You better cry,” taunts the hot pink poster for an upcoming holiday event at Baltimore Soundstage. “John Waters, the People’s Pervert, is coming to town.” 

Hot House: Mt. Vernon Storefront With Pink Flamingos Cameo Asks $150K

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Hot House: 233 W. Read Street, Baltimore, 21201 MD

Triangular brick townhouse, circa 1900, with storefront. First-floor shop with trapdoor access to full, unfinished basement with half bath. Second-floor living room/kitchen. Third-floor full bath and bedroom. About 552 sq. ft. aboveground. Separate side entrance to living space. Good condition, all systems up to date. Forced air heat, no central air. Zoned for residential and commercial use, buyer will need commercial loan: $150,000 

Divine Took Trampoline Lessons to Prepare for Role in ‘Female Trouble,’ Pat Moran Reveals

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Image via Maryland Film Festival/Parkway Theatre

The actor Divine was so dedicated to his craft that he took trampoline lessons at the YMCA to prepare for a scene in filmmaker John Waters’ 1974 movie, “Female Trouble.”

NYT’s ‘Frugal Traveler’ Column Touts Baltimore Art, Good Eats and Duckpin Bowling

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The American Visionary Art Museum. Photo by Jack Hoffberger.

The New York Times’ travel section fixated on Baltimore for a second straight week this month, supplementing its “36 Hours in Baltimore” guide with a column on Charm City’s unique mix of fun, artistic flare and affordability.

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