CaLL Walk: Living Boundaries

Lake Roland: Living Boundaries explores the scientific, artistic and social principles of absorption at Lake Roland, a defunct reservoir surrounded by parkland at the edge of Baltimore City. Artist Miguel Braceli seeks to approach the different boundaries and access that exist between the city, its inhabitants and the environment.  This work uses food grade paper, benign particulates and water to interrogate the concepts of absorption and particulate suspension, within the social context of racial and social segregation. From an ecological perspective this project seeks to approximate the forms of land use and its consequences on the environment, specifically, the relationships […]

Showcase and Silent Auction, Broadway, Our Way–New Wave Singers of Baltiomore

The NEW WAVE SINGERS OF BALTIMORE ANNOUNCES  Showcase and Silent Auction, Broadway, Our Way, Saturday, March 30, 2019 Facebook Event Link:             https://www.facebook.com/events/616936338722936/ Website Link for Tickets:        http://newwavesingers.org/tickets/ Facebook Page:                       https://www.facebook.com/NewWaveSingers/ Website for Organization:      www.newwavesingers.org   The New Wave Singers of Baltimore Presents, Broadway, Our Way, Showcase and Silent Auction Songs of inclusion, diversity, and beauty highlighting our singing members. Tickets are available on our website for $20 online or at the door.   Recommended for 18 years or older.   Saturday March 30, 2019 (doors open at 6 pm) Showcase and Silent Auction begin at 7 pm Towson Unitarian […]

Fall 2018 New Member Auditions-New Wave Singers of Baltimore

Want to join us? Auditions will be held in Sharp Hall at Govan’s Presbyterian Church on the following dates: August 21: 7:30-8:00 pm August 28: 6:00-6:45 pm September 4: 6:00-6:45 pm Please fill out the New Member Audition Form prior to coming to the rehearsals, or complete a print version of the form and bring it with you. We look forward to meeting you!

Fall 2018 New Member Auditions-New Wave Singers of Baltimore

Want to join us? Auditions will be held in Sharp Hall at Govan’s Presbyterian Church on the following dates: August 21: 7:30-8:00 pm August 28: 6:00-6:45 pm September 4: 6:00-6:45 pm Please fill out the New Member Audition Form prior to coming to the rehearsals, or complete a print version of the form and bring it with you. We look forward to meeting you!

Fall 2018 New Member Auditions-New Wave Singers of Baltimore

Want to join us? Auditions will be held in Sharp Hall at Govan’s Presbyterian Church on the following dates: August 21: 7:30-8:00 pm August 28: 6:00-6:45 pm September 4: 6:00-6:45 pm Please fill out the New Member Audition Form prior to coming to the rehearsals, or complete a print version of the form and bring it with you. We look forward to meeting you!

Staging a Musical Takeover

An Interview With Writer Josh Groban Josh Groban was born to sing show-tunes, something he does with grace and reverence on his new album Stages (Reprise). Groban’s respectful interpretations of songs from Les Miserables (“Bring Him Home”), Sunday In The Park With George (“Finishing The Hat”), Chess (“Anthem”) and Into The Woods and Sweeney Todd (the “Children Will Listen/Not While I’m Around” medley), among others, are beautifully rendered. A pair of duets, one with Kelly Clarkson on “All I Ask of You” from Phantom of the Opera and one with Audra McDonald on “If I Loved You” from Carousel, are […]

Going All the Way

An Interview with Writher Jennifer Morales Meet Me Halfway (University of Wisconsin Press, 2015), the fiction debut by Jennifer Morales is subtitled “Milwaukee Stories.” Because of that, Milwaukee is as much a character in the book as high school students Johnquell and Taquan, Johnquell’s mother Gloria and his aunt Bee-Bee, elderly Frances and Mrs. Czernicki, dedicated teacher Mrs. Charles, or any of the people who populate Morales’ stories. Most of the stories are set in present-day Milwaukee, although “Prelude to a Revolution” takes us back to the late 1960s, setting the tone for the racially divided city of today. I […]

He’s Just Grand

An Interview With Gay Singer/Songwriter Steve Grand Coming in at number eight on Out Magazine’s Most Eligible Bachelors of 2015, gay singer/songwriter Steve Grand may be single but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t millions of men (and probably some women) who are in love with him. In return, Grand, who made his name singing about unrequited love in his hit single / YouTube video “All American Boy,” has unleashed a bounty of love on his fans (who helped him raise funds via a Kickstarter campaign) with the release of his long-awaited full-length album All American Boy (Stevegrand.com).

He’s Just Grand

An Interview With Gay Singer/Songwriter Steve Grand Coming in at number eight on Out Magazine’s Most Eligible Bachelors of 2015, gay singer/songwriter Steve Grand may be single but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t millions of men (and probably some women) who are in love with him. In return, Grand, who made his name singing about unrequited love in his hit single / YouTube video “All American Boy,” has unleashed a bounty of love on his fans (who helped him raise funds via a Kickstarter campaign) with the release of his long-awaited full-length album All American Boy (Stevegrand.com).

John Waters: Straight Pride Day and Other Inspirations

Do you have trouble telling a bear from an otter? Let John Waters help. “The bear community is a community that all gay people know what they are, but no straight people do,” he says. “Bears are middle-aged, overweight gay men, and they like it. They are hairy and they like cubs, which are younger versions. And then there are otters, people who aren’t fat or hairy yet but will be.”