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Baltimore School for the Arts

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  • Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake covers Lorde cover to pay off ALCS bet with Kansas City

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake covers Lorde cover to pay off ALCS bet with Kansas City
    Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake paid part of her ALCS bet with Kansas City Mayor Sly James with a rendition of a baseball-centric cover of Lorde's hit song, "Royals." This one's about to get very meta. Preakness infield performer Lorde wrote...
  • Annapolis native Christian Siriano to judge 'American Horror Story' costume contest

    Annapolis native Christian Siriano to judge 'American Horror Story' costume contest
      Christian Siriano is going from Fashion Week to "Freak Show." The "Project Runway" vet, who was born and raised in Annapolis and attended the Baltimore School for the Arts, will be using his keen fashion sense to judge a costume design competition...
  • Chesapeake agenda reflects ambition to expand entertainment, educational programs

    Chesapeake agenda reflects ambition to expand entertainment, educational programs
    A glance at Chesapeake Arts Center's upcoming schedule indicates an exciting season beginning in September, with entertainment to attract audiences with diverse tastes in music, theater and star attractions. Chesapeake recently received $20,000...
  • Tana Hicken, actress and teacher

    Tana Hicken, actress and teacher
    Tana Hicken, a Baltimore actress and teacher who deftly portrayed a wide variety of characters on stage during a professional career that spanned more than four decades, died Aug. 17 at her home in Sparks of myositis, an autoimmune disorder. She was 70....
  • In Midtown, plans to turn wasteland into wonderland

    In Midtown, plans to turn wasteland into wonderland
    Walk through a graffiti-tagged corridor, under a light rail bridge, past the cars hurtling down the Jones Falls Expressway and you've entered what some believe could become a wonderland. A group called Section 1 envisions a skate park built under a...
  • Randallstown parents want better school bus service

    Randallstown parents want better school bus service
    Getting their children into the Patapsco High School for the Arts, a magnet school in Baltimore County, was a dream come true, some Randallstown parents said. But then came the reality. From the northwest corner of the county to the school near Dundalk,...
  • Five must-see attractions at Artscape 2014

    Five must-see attractions at Artscape 2014
    This weekend, Artscape (you know, just "America's largest free art festival") will bring an abundance of color and quirkiness to Baltimore for the 33rd year. The annual festival will entertain over 350,000 attendees with a slate of free performances,...
  • Steven Eddy transfixes Rising Star audience

    He had us rapt from the first note of "Largo al factotum" from Rossini's "The Barber of Seville." Hidden in the wings of the Smith Theatre, we first heard the baritone sing the familiar "Figaro, Figaro" before we actually saw Steven Eddy, one of two...
  • School funding falls short for city gifted programs

    School funding falls short for city gifted programs
    Darius Johnson says he's just an ordinary student, presented with an educational opportunity in his freshman year of high school that led him to extraordinary choices: Johns Hopkins, Columbia, Duke, Princeton, Harvard, Cornell, Stanford and Washington...
  • Philip C. Cooper

    Philip C. Cooper
    Philip C. Cooper, a retired design executive who had been president of a New York fabric and furniture house, ended his life in Baltimore on April 3. He was 78 and had lived on Mount Royal Avenue. Born in Denton, he was the son of Gail F. Cooper, a...
  • City school board votes down tuition increase

    City school board votes down tuition increase
    The Baltimore school board voted against a tuition increase next year for students who aren't city residents, amid a push from district officials to make its rates more competitive. Currently, the district charges $5,900 for middle/high school tuition...