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The Signal, 10.21.11 & 10.22.11, Full Circle Dance Company’s “B.A.R.E.”, CAmm Slam preview, and Edward Glaeser on the future of Baltimore as a ‘triumphant city’
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October 21st & 22nd, 2011, on The Signal…
“Bodies, Attitudes, Reflections, Exposed,” an upcoming performance by Baltimore’s Full Circle Dance Company, explores social pressures, sexual power, and body image. We drop in at a rehearsal and talk with director Donna Jacobs about what happens when controversy meets choreography.
The Creative Alliance is hosting the 10th annual CAmm Slamm 48-hour film festival, and we get a preview with one of the festival organizers and the host for this year’s gala event.
Harvard University economics professor Edward Glaeser is the author of “Triumph of the City: How Our Greatest Invention Makes Us Richer, Smarter, Greener, Healthier, and Happier” – we ask him how Baltimore fits into his optimistic thesis.