The New Normal

Don’t look now folks, but corporate profits are at an all time high while fewer Americans are working than at…

Rock Opera: Valhella

As I sat in the audience at opening night of the Baltimore Rock Opera Society’s newest production, Valhella, I found…

Loring Cornish

A few weeks ago I got an interesting phone call from photographer Glenford Nunez. He’d happened across a newly opened…

Clutch

Weathermaker Music   “We never made a penny off of our own recordings until we started our own label.” That’s…

Fishbone Documentary

“Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone” – documentary trailer from Tilapia Film on Vimeo. Everyday Sunshine is a documentary about…

Baltimore Afrobeat Society

Performances by the Baltimore Afrobeat Society are both intense and deeply cathartic experiences as well as important cultural gatherings that have become a ritual for many of us. As the dates for their most recent performances approached, fans of the ensemble spoke of the impending celebrations with reverence knowing that these happenings aren’t your typical live shows. They are rites of affirmation.

Glenford Nunez

With seemingly little mentoring, or outside direction, at 24 years old, Glenford has broken into the New York agency scene through shear determination. In fact, the agencies send ir models to his studio here in Baltimore. Granted, Glenford’s work has yet to grace the pages of any major magazines, what’s impressive is that he’s going after his vision and accomplishing his goals in what seems like record time.