BALTIMORE — The view from 19 stories above St. Paul Street in midtown Baltimore affords the 85-year-old artist Raoul Middleman plenty of subject matter for his daily paintings in watercolor and gouache: The harbor and Francis Scott Key Bridge, Canton and Clinton Street, cargo cranes and railroad tracks, the Belvedere […]

Tom DeLonge The former Blink-182 star is perhaps Hollywood’s biggest UFO advocate, spearheading decades of research on the topic and efforts to publicize sightings. You can see our full timeline of his history with UFOs here. Most recently, in April 2020, the U.S. Navy officially released three clips of UFO […]

Natalie Aronno is attending UC Irvine remotely to study dance. (Christina House/Los Angeles Times) Part of a year-end series revisiting subjects of some of our most popular arts articles of the year. For freshman starting college this fall, COVID-19 upended their education, as some colleges closed their campuses and offered […]

Having opened its doors at the start of Penn State’s fall semester, the Crust & Crumb Cafe on Beaver Avenue is looking to establish itself within the downtown State College community amid the coronavirus pandemic by playing into its “artisan-inspired” atmosphere. To accomplish this goal, cafe owner Amber Winkler and […]

This article is part of our latest Fine Arts & Exhibits special report, which focuses on how art endures and inspires, even in the darkest of times. For centuries, artists and poets have escaped the world of people by choice, opting out to find clarity or to see from a […]