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Underground Comics Artist Benjamin Marra Hits Town

April 17, 2012
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Underground Comics Artist Benjamin Marra Hits Town

Controversial Brooklyn illustrator and underground comics artist Benjamin Marra has a new solo exhibit opening up at Hampden’s Spur Gallery (co-owned by City Paper contributor David Plunkert), an offshoot of local design studio Spur Design. Marra’s work, which tends to be on the lurid side, has attracted clients ranging from Playboy to Vice to Marvel...
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Out, Damned Spot! Or is it Rover?

April 10, 2012
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Out, Damned Spot! Or is it Rover?

The Baltimore Humane Society is teaming up with the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory to put their animals into the spotlight, then hopefully into the home of a loving family. This month the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory is performing Macbeth. Different dogs or cats from the Humane Society will assume the role of “Man’s Best Friend” in each performance,...
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Station North’s Final Friday Features a Tour of City Arts Apartments

March 27, 2012
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Station North’s Final Friday Features a Tour of City Arts Apartments

On Final Fridays, which take place on the last Friday of every month, Station North transforms into a mecca of musicians, performance artists, art installations, and food. March’s Final Friday is moving on over to the east side of Station North to the City Arts Apartments for an open house. This is the first...
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Hollaback! Bmore Invites You to Mud-Stencil for the Cause

March 14, 2012
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Hollaback! Bmore Invites You to Mud-Stencil for the Cause

Hollaback! Baltimore, a local anti-street harassment organization, co-sponsors International Anti-Street Harassment Week next week, March 18-24. This week of awareness is a program from Stop Street Harassment, a resource center that presents heaps of information on street harassment as well as ideas and guidelines on how to put a stop to it. Last year at least...
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Arts Organizations Host Discussion on Politics and Theater in Hungary

March 2, 2012
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Arts Organizations Host Discussion on Politics and Theater in Hungary

The Baltimore Open Theatre, a new organization offering free performances of contemporary theater and dance, holds its first public event this month: a discussion about “the political dismantling” of Hungarian theater. Led by Andrea Tompa, president of the Hungarian Theatre Critics’ Association, the discussion will explore the artistic silence brought on by Hungary’s move...
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