Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun

Mary Carole McCauley

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore, MD, United States

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  • The Baltimore Sun
Past:
  • CapitalGazette.com
  • Carroll County Times
  • chicagotribune.com

Recent articles by Mary:

Baltimore Center Stage postpones, shortens 2020-21 season of live performances due to coronavirus pandemic

Baltimore Center Stage announced Thursday that it will delay the start of its 2020-21 season by four months and will reopen to the public in late January. → Read More

As Baltimore slowly begins to reopen, some movie theater owners ask when it will be their turn

The owner of a local chain of movie theaters is calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to reopen film houses in Maryland. → Read More

Old Bay hot sauce is coming back. Here’s how to get your hands on some.

When the sauce launched in January by the Hunt Valley-based McCormick & Co., it sold out online within an hour. → Read More

Lime relaunches scooters in Baltimore Saturday for essential medical personnel

Lime announced that about 50 scooters will be deployed in downtown Baltimore near the University of Maryland Medical Center, Johns Hopkins Hospital, the Mercy Medical Center and around the Inner Harbor. → Read More

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra cancels concerts through mid-June

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Wednesday that it has canceled all concerts and public events through June 14 at its halls in Baltimore and North Bethesda due to the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Maryland Farmers Market Association ceases operations

The Maryland Farmers Market Association, the nonprofit organization that has informally coordinated and advocated for the state's network of outdoor farmers’ markets, has shut down for financial reasons. → Read More

Maryland residents are growing their own food during the coronavirus shutdown. Here’s how you can too.

Nationwide and throughout Maryland, members of the public feel beset by an invisible attacker (the novel coronavirus) that they can’t control. They are responding by taking charge of things that they can manage, including their food. → Read More

'God made a mistake’: Ex-Maryland Lt. Gov. Kennedy Townsend’s daughter, grandson recalled in online service

A family member said during an online memorial service Saturday that the recent deaths by drowning of former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend’s 40-year-old daughter Maeve McKean and McKean’s 8-year-old son, Gideon, have resulted in a different magnitude of heartbreak. → Read More

'This is a collective experience’: How Baltimore’s creative class practices self-care during coronavirus pandemic

Members of Baltimore's culinary, literary and musical communities discuss their strategies for coping with the anxiety and uncertainty of this moment. → Read More

10 ways to help your kids through coronavirus fears using constructive play, from Baltimore’s cultural institutions

Experts say that constructive play can help relieve kids’ worries by providing a way for them to express their fears. → Read More

BSO seeks $15 million in public and private funds over next six years, proposes 52-week performing season

A state task force on Monday called for securing an additional $15 million in public and private funds through the next six years to restore the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra to fiscal health. → Read More

Alma Cocina Latina will open a second restaurant in the American Visionary Art Museum

The new restaurant will be called Cielo Verde, or Green Sky, and will take over the space formerly occupied by the vegetarian-centric Encantada. → Read More

‘Reading changed me’: Prisoners at Jessup inspired by books, from Obama to Outlander

Inside Jessup Correctional Institution's library, an unimposing, carpeted room with shelves that hold roughly 6,000 books and a circulation desk at the front. → Read More

A 19th-century book helped lay the foundation for gay rights. A Hopkins researcher just found a rare copy.

A curator at Johns Hopkins University recently stumbled across an extremely rare copy of the 19th-century essay by John Addington Symonds that helped lay the foundation for the modern gay rights movement. → Read More

Baltimore Museum of Art will only acquire works from women next year: ‘You have to do something radical’

The Baltimore Museum of Art will celebrate 2020 by adopting a daring new policy designed to reverse the art world’s historic marginalization of female artists. → Read More

How does Baltimore’s ’Dracula’ get so gruesome? Meet the people behind the stage show’s blood and gore

The “blood wrangler” for the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s production of 'Dracula' has spilled more plasma than Lestart de Lioncourt of “The Vampire Chronicles” and Edward Cullen of “The Twilight Saga” combined. Here's how she does it. → Read More

Baltimore Symphony names new board chair to replace Bozzuto, calls timing after labor dispute coincidental

Two days after the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra resolved a bitter labor dispute, the organization announced a critical change in leadership. → Read More

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians reach tentative agreement with management, could perform Friday

The Baltimore Symphony Orchetra and its musicians announced Saturday that they have reached a tentative contract agreement that could return the performers to the stage at Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall as early as next week. → Read More

Top Baltimore arts events for fall 2019

Figuring out how to budget your time and money for the Baltimore autumn concert season? We recommend the following. → Read More

The Ivy Bookshop moving from Baltimore County to larger space in city, but it’s only two blocks south

The Ivy Bookshop, an independent bookstore, will leave its location at 6080 Falls Road this spring and move two blocks south to the site of the former Divine Life Church. → Read More