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  • Burlesque duo featured on Sundance show

    Burlesque duo featured on Sundance show
    This has been a good year for Baltimore representation in the New York theater scene. In March, Trixie Little and the Evil Hate Monkey, the madcap acrobatic burlesque performers known for any number of adventures in Charm City, had their first off-...
  • Tuesday August 21, 2012

    Google's Geo Expert, Daniel Seiberg talks about Digital Maps Digital maps, like Google and MapQuest, have really improved over the past 10 years. Now, we can check out cities without leaving the computer and even take a look at the block a potential...
  • They're 'Mortified,' we're entertained

    They're 'Mortified,' we're entertained
    As a genre, the celebrity interview hasn't changed much over the years. The standard talk show appearance is home to the carefully sculpted anecdote. In-depth magazine profiles tend to pivot around a contrived field trip or two, or leave you with the...
  • As real as it gets – Sundance Channel’s “Push Girls” – Angela Rockwood, Auti Angel, Tiphany Adams, Mia Schaikewitz

     
    Beautiful, smart, opinionated and … paralyzed? It’s certainly not your typical docuseries cast, but that’s what caught the attention of Sundance Channel as it looks to shatter stereotypes by documenting the lives of four dynamic women &#...
  • Missions accomplished in 2010

     
    As the editorial board puts together its wish list for 2011, we thought we'd take a look back at our hopes for 2010 and see how we fared. We weren't so lucky with some of our requests: Congress didn't pass......
  • GLAAD goes for ‘Glee,”Philip Morris,’ ‘Girl Who Played with Fire’…and ‘Burlesque’

     
    Yes, there's a gay cliche or two to be gleaned from this year's GLAAD Award nominations. And no, Liza didn't earn an honor for shaking her hip-replaced groove thing in “Sex and the City #2.” Some good films such as “The Kids are All...
  • Kate Moss documentary airs on the Sundance Channel on Tuesday night

     
    Kate Moss, supermodel and fashion icon, is the subject of a documentary airing Tuesday night on the Sundance Channel — part of the network's seven-day series of style-related content that coincides with New York Fashion Week. "Kate! The Making of......
  • Media watch: Jamie Oliver calls Sarah Palin a 'froot loop'; Ludo's pop-up TV show; Anthony Bourdain in Haiti

     
    Jamie Oliver fights fire with fire: In an interview with the Associated Press, Jamie Oliver countered the barrage of finger pointing by conservatives like Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin against the Obama administration's healthful eating agenda, claiming...
  • Cablevision moves forward with spinoff of AMC Networks

     
    Cablevision Systems Corp., the Long Island, N.Y.-based media company that owns cable TV systems and a raft of cable networks, said Thursday that it was on track to spin off its Rainbow Networks unit in mid-2011 and the soon-to-be created......
  • Ludo Lefebvre and Michael Voltaggio want to know: What's a chef gotta do to pay his dues?

     
    L.A. chefs Ludo Lefebvre and Michael Voltaggio say they have cried and bled in the name of their profession, so the eighth paragraph of a New York Times story today about Sam Talbot -- a third-place "Top Chef" alum now......
  • The Arts on TV: Rem Koolhaas, Israel Philharmonic and Ramsey Lewis

     
    “The Artist Toolbox” 10 p.m. Friday, KVCR: Jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis. “Humanities Through the Arts” 1 a.m. Friday, KOCE: “Painting: Rousseau, the Lovely Dream.” “Humanities Through the Arts” 1:30 a.m....