Mobtown Microshow: Celebration

Story by Brett Yale of Bmore Musically Informed. Last Thursday’s Microshow was a spiritually intimate performance by Celebration, one of my favorite musical tribes from Baltimore. I could tell you about how Sean Antanaitis’ vintage organ’s notes lead way, while David Bergander’s cosmically calculated drumming owned the beat and Katrina Ford’s thoughtful and gentle vocals entranced those who filled the tiny space (not to mention Walker and Tony‘s contributions), but I suppose it’d be more interesting for me to start from the beginning…

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…

Visionary Gathering II

The famed and wonderfully talented photographer Philip Laubner. It seems this past weekend Soul Mob Productions and Telesma were up…

Fishbone Documentary

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

scapescape

Scapescape took place this past Labor Day weekend, filling the Station North Arts & Entertainment District with over 70 of the…