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Hook, Line, and Dinner Stops Off in Baltimore

April 18, 2012
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Hook, Line, and Dinner Stops Off in Baltimore

Seafood connoisseur Ben Sargent recently came through Baltimore, and he brought his cameras with him. A chef, radio personality, and–we kid you not–one-time organizer of an underground, possibly illegal lobster-roll enterprise, Sargent is now in the second season of a new project: the TV show Hook, Line, and Dinner on the Cooking Channel. The episode,...
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Documentary on Black Power TV Screens at Coppin

April 12, 2012
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Documentary on Black Power TV Screens at Coppin

Next Thursday, Shoes in the Bed Productions will dive deep into the history of one of America’s most momentous decades, screening its documentary Mr. Soul!: Ellis Haizlip and the Birth of Black Power TV. In the midst of the civil rights movement, and right on the heels of the 1968 riots that thundered through...
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Glass Mind Theatre Hosts 360 Storytelling

April 5, 2012
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Glass Mind Theatre Hosts 360 Storytelling

Glass Mind Theatre will break the proverbial fourth wall this Friday, inviting audience members to come on stage and participate in its second annual 360 Storytelling event. The idea, first conceived by an online theater community known as 2 a.m. Theater, is simple: Everyone has a story, and, what’s more, a right to share it....
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Baltimore High and Gilman School Accepting Submissions for Film Festivals

March 28, 2012
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Baltimore High and Gilman School Accepting Submissions for Film Festivals

The big screens at Baltimore High and the Gilman School will be lighting up once again as their annual film festivals roll around the corner. If last year’s submissions are any indication, Baltimore’s brimming with young talent. If you’re a high school student with a penchant for the director’s chair, submit your short films...
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James Franco Hosts Screening at Johns Hopkins

March 8, 2012
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James Franco Hosts Screening at Johns Hopkins

Baltimore boys, beware: Unfair competition is heading your way. James Franco—actor, author, filmmaker, and every woman’s not-so-secret celebrity obsession—is coming to Johns Hopkins on March 9 to attend a screening of his film The Broken Tower. The black-and-white docudrama, which Franco wrote, starred in, edited, and co-produced, retells the “tortured” life of a fellow...
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