Baltimore Print Studios continues to thrive in a burgeoning Station North

  This year,  (BPS) is celebrating five years of business. A public-access printing studio, BPS is located at 18 W. North Ave in Station North. The husband and wife co-founders, Kyle Von Horn and Kim Bentley, run all parts of the business, including hosting workshops and studio hours, and working on private design commissions. BPS…

Center Stage’s “X’s and O’s” tackles the controversies of football

By: Mia White, Staff Writer To many Americans, football season is a yearly ritual filled with a mixture of elation and excitement. To others, it is a mystifying, or even brutal, obsession. Center Stage’s “X’s and O’s” explores the game through combination of fiction and interviews, creating an experience that will appeal to an audience…

“The Secret Garden” blooms at Center Stage

Center Stage’s production of “The Secret Garden” is an emotional and energetic production bursting with talented actors who bring the script to life. Most viewers are familiar with the children’s book published by Frances Hodgson Burnett in 1910, and adapted many times to stage and screen. Center Stage’s production is a musical, written by Pulitzer…

Spotlight on Center Stage’s 2015-16 season 5 

The fall always brings excitement to Baltimore’s theater scene, as local venues begin their new seasons and announce the shows to come. This season, Center Stage has a diverse range of literary and contemporary shows. Whether you’re a sports per- son, a Shakespeare buff or an Austenite, Center Stage has a show to appeal to…

Spotlight to work with local Stillpointe company for production of “Assassins”

This fall, the University of Baltimore’s Spotlight will join the local company, Stillpointe Theatre, to produce Steven Sondheim’s musical “Assassins.” Plans of staging a musical have been in the works since last spring 2014 when then Dean Laura Bryan suggested it to Spotlight’s Kimberly Lynne. The decision to work with Stillpointe, however, was almost instantaneous….

BMA to open expanded African and Asian galleries

On April 26, the Baltimore Museum of Art will open their dramatically renovated African and Asian galleries. The first-floor galleries will greatly expand the space that previously housed the artworks. Alongside the re-opening of the galleries, there will be events to celebrate the newly unveiled gallery space. The project follows the celebration of the BMA’s…