The Electric Pharaoh in Photos

The Baltimore Rock Opera Society‘s production of The Electric Pharaoh. Photos by Brooke Hall. From the BROS: The Electric Pharaoh is a rock musical set in a place which was…

Kinetic Sculpture

Last Saturday marked the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM)’s 14th Annual Kinetic Sculpture Race. Kinetic Sculptures are amphibious, human-powered works of art custom-built for the race which AVAM hosts each May…

Occupy Everywhere

Words by Brooke Hall Photos by Valerie Paulsgrove Videos by Franciska Farkas and Work in Progress Productions   Want to see what a 21st Century Internet-based, people-powered mass revolution looks…

Shock Trauma Love

    Charm City Love Chronicles is a new What Weekly column all about your true stories. Jordan Sondler is illustrating a new column for and you, the readers, are…

Alley Aerial Fest 2011

Graffiti Alley in Station North is a veritable gallery of work by some of Baltimore’s less than conventional visual artists. There’s an explosion of color and profusion of inventive urban…

Brooke Hall Creative

Living the mission What Weekly is brought to you every week by Brooke Hall Creative, a full service creative studio that has a penchant for working with forward thinking groups…

Bosley’s Neon Magazine

Bosley (the artist formerly known as Tommy Tucker) just released a remarkable new video for Neon Magazine, first single from his forthcoming album, Honey Pig. The CD release show will…

Bethany Dinsick Gives Colors

The thing with Bethany Dinsick is that she’s been through so much and still manages to do more than most people ever attempt. What some people would consider a handicap, she fancies a catalyst. Where some people play it safe, she experiments like mad. This is the magic, the quiet strength, that has already made her a prolific artist and musician at 26 years old.