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  • Actor Jason Alexander brings his first love -- Broadway tunes -- to the Meyerhoff

    Actor Jason Alexander brings his first love -- Broadway tunes -- to the Meyerhoff
    Jason Alexander fully understands that he will always be most widely known as George Costanza, the highly neurotic, easily angered friend of Jerry Seinfeld on the NBC sitcom "Seinfeld."
  • A transcendent Bruckner 8th from Gunther Herbig, BSO

    A transcendent Bruckner 8th from Gunther Herbig, BSO
    A Cole Porter line popped into my head throughout Friday night's deeply fulfilling Baltimore Symphony Orchestra concert: "How strange the change from major to minor." Harmonic shifts, both subtle and startling, provide a key structural and emotional...

    Nepal House and Ryleigh's Oyster set for Mount Vernon openings

    Nepal House and Ryleigh's Oyster set for Mount Vernon openings
    Nepal House will open Sunday in the Mount Vernon space that housed the Indian restaurant Mughal Garden. The new restaurant is owned by Prem Raja Mahat, who has managed, operated and owned various restaurants featuring other cuisines of Indian, Nepalese...

    Colorful productions ahead for the holidays

    Colorful productions ahead for the holidays
    It's back. The holiday season. All those alternately warming and wearing weeks with family and friends, all those seasonal entertainments you can take them to (or use as a way to escape from them). The usual mass of "Messiahs" and inevitable...

    Alsop, BSO deliver a riveting program of Bernstein and Beethoven

    Alsop, BSO deliver a riveting program of Bernstein and Beethoven
    Leonard Bernstein spent a good deal of time confronting age-old existential questions of life, religion, identity. He was determined to discover definitive meaning and purpose. But, as the famed conductor-composer wrote in 1960, "I have two answers to...