ATHLETE OF THE WEEK by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “With yet another win in the season, this time against visiting Franklin & Marshall, the Hopkins men's tennis team took home the Centennial Conference crown for the fifth straight year. For senior captain Casey Blythe, the win holds even more importance: it's another stepping stone towards advancing beyond the Sweet 16 for the first time in his career.”
The Barnstormers' As You Like It not so likeable by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “The original plan for the JHU Barnstormers' spring production As You Like It was to hold it outdoors in the sunshine with balmy breezes and natural pastoral imagery featuring heavily in the performance.
The venue, more widely known as the steps of Milton S.”
Maryland Film Festival set to run over the weekend by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “The Maryland Film Festival is an annual four-day event at which top-quality films and videos are presented from all over the world.
This year's festival runs from May 5 to May 8 at the Charles Theatre and promises a varied and interesting lineup of movies. Although all these films will be screened at the Charles Theatre, there will be other events during the festival that will take place elsewhere.”
Keeping an eye on The Secret in Their Eyes by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “Last Friday, Hopkins's neighbor, the Baltimore Museum of Art, closed their "Psychoanalysts Look at Film," series with the Argentine Academy Award winning detective drama El Secreto de Sus Ojos - or for those without Spanish dictionaries handy, The Secret in Their Eyes.”
How to have the perfect day in Baltimore by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “Baltimoreans-in-training, you still have much to learn.
Unfortunately, this is the last you'll read of my version of Being Baltimorean.
Yes, this is my last column. I don't know about you, but I've had fun. And thank you, dear reader, for being loyal and awesome!
So, to kick off my farewell column tour, I've decided to describe my perfect Baltimorean day.”
HopCop actor Tom Townsend directs first zany zombie flick by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “How much do you like Whose Line Is It Anyway?
If your answer is "about as much as I like Dawn of the Dead," then HopCop Tom Townsend may be your new favorite director.
His latest film, Zombie Doomsday, available through an official website and Amazon Instant Video, is a genre busting "live action" zombie movie - that means no script, zero budget and hardly any plot.”
Dr. Who crosses the pond to American audiences by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “Doctor Who is credited as the longest running sci-fi series worldwide. The story centers around an alien simply called the Doctor who travels in time and space in his spaceship called the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension in Space) with at least one female companion at his side.”
Sweetlife Music Festival brings big name artists to local Merriweather by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “Three things can make or break a music festival: the music, the food and the people.
The Sweetlife Festival held last Sunday at Merriweather Post Pavilion had all three in vast quantities, and on top of that, quantities of more than impressive quality.
The three also managed to overshadow a fourth factor, nice weather, turning a rainy Sunday afternoon into a wild and exciting, if a little muddy, dance party.”
Countdown to this year's biggest summer blockbusters by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “Ah, summer. A magical time chock full of freedom, outdoor concerts, mosquitoes, unpaid internships and sunburn.
And along with all these wonderful things come - dun dun dun - summer movies!
There's nothing quite like that onslaught of sequels, superheroes, Shrek films and sisterhoods of traveling pants.”
A student steps off campus and takes on Sweetlife by News-Letter May 04, 2016 “An uncommon case for most music festivals, Sweetlife Festival, held on Sunday at Columbia's Merriweather Post Pavilion, only had the venue's lone stage to work with.
This meant much attempted crowd regulation; however, I luckily managed to jump the fence that separated the damp, umbrella-infested green from the covered (and coveted) seated section.”