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Baltimore Shakespeare Factory Stages Measure for Measure, Now thru 8/29
Measure for Measure, in which William Shakespeare laid bare the cross currents of sin, crime and truth, rounds out the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory's duet of summer shows for 2014.
The Baltimore Sun
Hampden parking woes lead to call for strict limits
A proposal to sharply limit parking in part of Hampden is drawing concern from some who think the new restrictions would merely shift parking woes to other streets in the popular Baltimore neighborhood.
Camden Falls showcases - Coastal Color'
Camden Falls Gallery will open its midsummer show, "Coastal Color," a public exhibition of work depicting the local color of coastal Maine as seen through the eyes of gallery artists, Saturday, July 19, to run through Aug. 7. Featuring work by Daniel Corey, Susan Graeber, Brita Holmquist, Nina Jerome, Aline Ordman, Janis Sanders, Judith Schuppien ... (more)
The Mobtown Players Present Thomas Kyd's the Spanish Tragedy, Now thru 7/26
The Mobtown Players concludes its 2013-2014 season with the Baltimore premiere of Thomas Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy, the Elizabethan thriller considered by some to be the first modern play.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Baltimore still enmeshed with painted screens
Baltimore is known for its row houses – modest brick buildings lining sidewalks so narrow, you can see right through the front windows into people's homes.
Northern Michigan News
Keeping Baltimore's painted window screens alive
Baltimore is known for its row houses - modest brick buildings lining sidewalks so narrow, you can see right through the front windows into people's homes.