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 Chesapeake Shakespeare Company: Love's Labour's Lost  In this comedy filled with brilliant puns, the King of Navarre and three courtiers agree to avoid the distractions of women for three years while they study and pray. How well does that go? When the gorgeous Princess of France and her ladies arrive on a diplomatic mission, the men become lovestruck, back-stabbing sneaks. Bring…

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 American Visionary Art Museum: Parenting: An Art Without a Manual  The American Visionary Art Museum focuses public attention on what might be humanity's most essential performance art: the intuitive, transformative and complex art of parenting. AVAM's exhibition showcases works by 36 artists, created out of every conceivable medium, to best express their own personal life experience of parenting and being parented—be it…

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 Towson University: Merrily We Roll Along  through May 11,  Music by Stephen Sondheim; Lyrics by George Furth. Merrily We Roll Along tracks the unraveling of the friendship and aspirations of three friends. With a narrative traveling backward in time from 1980 to 1957, friends discover the true costs of success in this semi-autobiographical musical. Classics such as “Not a Day Goes…

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Baltimore Museum of Art: Ebony G. Patterson: ...for little whispers..., through April 7,

Greatness—and Acrimony—on the Gridiron

In his new book, Collision of Wills: Johnny Unitas, Don Shula, and the Rise of the Modern NFL, Rodgers Forge resident Jack Gilden sheds new light on the complicated relationship between "American archetypes" Johnny Unitas and Don Shula. 


 Article and Photography  The Kiss Quotient  by Helen Hoang