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Jones, Kent. “Down in the Hole.” Sight & Sound, 18 (May 2008): 22-26.

Joseph, Philip. “Soldiers in Baltimore: ‘The Wire’ and the New Global Wars.” CR-The New Centennial Review, 13 (Spring 2013): 209-40.

Kagarise, Leon. Pure Country: The Leon Kagarise Archives, 1961-1971. Port Townsend, WA: Process Media, 2008.

Kahn, Philip, Jr. "The Yiddish Theater." Generations (Fall 1993): 17, 19.

Kane, Gregory. “Mario Sings the Blues.” Baltimore, 104 (January 2011): 164-67, 196-97.

Kares, M. "Baltimore: Center of German-American Organ Building." Tracker 39, no. 3 (1995): 10-17.

Karidis, Arlene. “Stitch by Stitch.” Maryland Life, 4 (January/February 2008): 58, 62.
Category: Music and Theater

Katz, Adam. "Conducting History," Annapolis Quarterly (Spring 1996): 18-22.
Category: Music and Theater

Katz-Stone, Adam. " 'Green' Pastures." Annapolis Quarterly (Fall 1996): 86-88.
Category: Music and Theater

Kauffman, Michael W. American Brutus: John Wilkes Booth and the Lincoln Conspiracies. New York: Random House, 2004.

Keefer, Lubov. Baltimore's Music: The Haven of the American Composer. Baltimore: J. H. Furst Co., 1962.
Annotations / Notes: As eccentric as its author, the incomparable Lubov Breit Keefer, Baltimore's Music is a dizzying stream of consciousness that rushed from Colonial Maryland headlong into the 'sixties. Keefer covers everything from church music to tin pan alley, packing in histories of all of the city's major musical organizations, amateur and professional, along with glimpses of composers, performers and musical trends. It helps to remember that no on else had the nerve to take on this topic. Keefer did, publishing it herself, without the benefit of an editor, and this is all we have to date.

Keiger, Dale. “The Maestra Tunes Up.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 59 (September 2007): 28-33.
Category: Music and Theater

Keiger, Dale. "The Gospel According to Manuel." Johns Hopkins Magazine, 53 (September 2001): 26-32.
Category: Music and Theater

Keiger, Dale. “‘Mom! It’s Ballet!’.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 63 (Summer 2011): 34- 41.
Category: Music and Theater

Keiger, Dale. “‘Run-Out’ New York.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 58 (June 2006): 46-51.
Category: Music and Theater

Keiger, Dale. “D.I.Y. Opera.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 62 (Winter 2010): 38-43.
Category: Music and Theater

Keiger, Dale. “Meet Betty Dylan.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 58 (November 2006): 40-45.
Category: Music and Theater

Keiger, Dale. “Tales of Hoffman.” Johns Hopkins Magazine, 66 (Summer 2014): 50-57.
Category: Music and Theater

Kelbaugh, Jack, and Fred Fetrow. "Murder, Music, and Meteorology: When the Russians Came to the County." Anne Arundel County History Notes 29 (October 1997): 1-2.

Kelbaugh, Jack. "The Star: Anne Arundel's Only Black Movie Theater." Anne Arundel County History Notes 31 (October 1999): 3-4, 9.