Love Comes in All Forms

Especially in Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water After some big, big movies featuring Gothic horror (Crimson Peak) and giant robots battling giant monsters (Pacific Rim), director Guillermo del Toro returns to the smaller, fairy-tale films that first brought him widespread acclaim (think The Devil’s Backbone and Pan’s Labyrinth) with The Shape of Water, a very unusual romance film. Please follow and like us:

DC’s David Perruzza

Muhmmad Ali once said, “True giving happens when we give from our heart.” In today’s world, where narcissism and selfishness run rampant, it’s refreshing to find people in our neighborhood who give from the heart because it’s the right thing to do. For David Perruzza, the manager of JR’s Bar in Washington, DC, helping others has become part of his everyday norm. Please follow and like us:

By the Lights

Things are different out in the valley. There’s a lot of land, which means lots of driving between Points A and B. For example, to get to my childhood home you would literally have to go over the river and through the woods, cross a mountain, and keep your eyes peeled for deer, possums, and sometimes stray livestock along the way. The drive can range from relaxing to devastating, depending on the weather and time of day. Please follow and like us:

Provincetown • Artsy & Quaint

Provincetown, Massachusetts– also called P-town– is a great place to visit, especially for the LGBT community. It is located on the extreme tip of Cape Cod. Provincetown is the site of the Mayflower’s landing in 1620, and it is commemorated by the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum. Traveling from Baltimore to Provincetown for a weekend trip is easy: fly into Boston, take the Sliver Line bus to the World Trade Center stop, and about two blocks away, is the ferry terminal. The Bay State Cruises Company offers round trip tickets for about $90. Although getting there is easy, focusing on […]

Provincetown • Artsy & Quaint

Provincetown, Massachusetts– also called P-town– is a great place to visit, especially for the LGBT community. It is located on the extreme tip of Cape Cod. Provincetown is the site of the Mayflower’s landing in 1620, and it is commemorated by the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum. Traveling from Baltimore to Provincetown for a weekend trip is easy: fly into Boston, take the Sliver Line bus to the World Trade Center stop, and about two blocks away, is the ferry terminal. The Bay State Cruises Company offers round trip tickets for about $90. Although getting there is easy, focusing on […]

Baltimore Theatre Shines

Ladies and gentlemen, look upon this man sitting on his meager pallet of straw, this unfortunate man who, for the amusement of all of you here, has foregone physical nourishment for 40 days … this Hunger Artist, who without dispute the greatest practioner of his craft the world over has sat in this very cage in this mighty hall and has not taken even the slightest morsel of sustenance. So, states the impresario of A Hunger Artist, and if one needed any more evidence that the Baltimore theatre scene is vibrant and exploding, there was Baltimore Theatre Project’s limited performance […]

Lisa Lampanelli Takes CenterStage by Storm

The first group that really got my comedy were gay men. The lesbians, they took a little longer, but eventually came around… White Rabbit / Red Rabbit has been called a play, but it’s a lively, global sensation that no-one is allowed to talk about. Slyly humorous and audaciously pointed, this “theater entertainment meets social experiment” is unlike anything, and will make you question everything. Running from December 12th to 23rd, the performance has cast an array of local and national talent and celebrities to perform the curiosity live for the first time each night. Please follow and like us:

Everyman Theatre Brings The Revolutionists to Baltimore

The French Revolution with a feminine Bent Picture it: Paris, 1793. The Reign of Terror rages on as four women search for the right words and actions to ensure their impact on a world full of conflict. No, this is not the History Channel’s latest reincarnation of The Golden Girls, but Everyman Theatre’s bold, brave, blisteringly funny play The Revolutionists. Running from December 6th to January 7th, this work from playwright Lauren Gunderson takes audiences on a revolutionary journey about feminism, legacy, and standing up for your beliefs. Told from the point of view of Queen Marie Antoinette, assassin Charlotte […]

Everyman Theatre Brings The Revolutionists to Baltimore

The French Revolution with a feminine Bent Picture it: Paris, 1793. The Reign of Terror rages on as four women search for the right words and actions to ensure their impact on a world full of conflict. No, this is not the History Channel’s latest reincarnation of The Golden Girls, but Everyman Theatre’s bold, brave, blisteringly funny play The Revolutionists. Running from December 6th to January 7th, this work from playwright Lauren Gunderson takes audiences on a revolutionary journey about feminism, legacy, and standing up for your beliefs. Told from the point of view of Queen Marie Antoinette, assassin Charlotte […]