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The Guerrilla Girls: Artistic Feminism

In an article posted on Oct. 24, 2014, Guerrilla Girls, Frida Kahlo and Zubeida Agha, spoke to a filled Baltimore School for the Arts auditorium on the issues of corruption and criminal activity in the art market, feminism and their mission as a part of The Guerrilla Girls. 663 more words

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DF Previews Soprano Kathleen Battle (Verizon Hall / Kimmel Center -- 24 October 2014)

Make no mistake about it: A performance by Kathleen Battle is An Event. Anyone interested in hearing great music – and experiencing a true diva – should go at least once. 328 more words


DF Reviews Detroit (Philadelphia Theatre Company, October 2014)

Good things come to those who wait. Slow cooking yields the best flavor.

You might want to keep these aphorisms in mind as you watch Lisa D’Amour’s… 466 more words


DF Reviews Bad Jews (Walnut Studio Theatre, October 2014)

To review or not to review? That was my question as we divided up the schedule for City Paper. In the yes column, I had seen… 442 more words


Blue Hill Tavern (938 South Conkling Street)

This weekend I was in search of a fancier restaurant in Baltimore. Before a decision could be made, the restaurant had to meet a few criteria: a cool/chic décor, an interesting menu and not a chain restaurant. 546 more words


What goes bump in The Basement?

Today, the City Paper posted an article I wrote about The Basement, Pittsburgh ScareHouse’s adults-only, full-contact haunted attraction. And if that doesn’t get your attention, I don’t know what will. 10 more words


Philly's Right-to-Know and 2015 - Part One

By Dustin Slaughter

Newsworks‘ Holly Otterbein reported last week on yet another troubling deficiency in the public’s right to access government records: namely, city employees can, and often do, arbitrarily delete emails after a mere 50 days. 790 more words