Marx set for 'Rush' tour

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November 06, 1991|By LAURA CHARLES

AIRPORT MUSIC: Capitol recording artist Richard Marx will kick off and complete an ambitious concert tour Saturday when he performs five concerts in five cities in the United States all before midnight of the same day. Called the "Rush-In, Rush-Out, Rush Street Tour," after Marx's newly released "Rush Street" album, the five-city tour will begin at Butler Aviation at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport Saturday at 9 a.m. and will wind up at Burbank Airport in Los Angeles that night at 10:30.

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THE MARYLAND HISTORICAL Society will kick off its 14th annual "Star Spangled Celebration" Maryland Antiques Show at the Fifth Regiment Armory with a gala opening party tomorrow night from 6 to 9.

The gala, which features a cocktail buffet, music and open bar, offers patrons a chance to see and purchase items before the show opens to the public on Friday. Show manager Penny Jones has assembled more than 50 dealers from Maine to California for the show, which runs though Sunday. Call 685-3750 for info.

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REEL PEOPLE: The Baltimore Film Forum is bringing Yugoslavian filmmaker Lazar Stojanovic and his feature film "Plastic Jesus" to the BMA Friday. After the screening at 8 p.m., the director will discuss the film, which led to his arrest and

three-year imprisonment by Yugoslavian authorities. The movie won a Critics Award at the 1991 Montreal Film Festival.

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AROUND THE TOWN: The Child Advocacy Network is staging its second annual fund-raising dinner cruise Friday night on board the Bay Lady. Call 396-1990 . . . The 19th annual Tavern Tug of War was held at Catonsville Community College recently. Founder Brodie Hindle announced he raised more than $10,000 for the United Cerebral Palsy's Delrey Pre-School . . . A wine tasting fund-raiser for Santa Claus Anonymous is being held tomorrow night in conjunction with First Thursdays from 7 to 9 at the George Peabody Library on Mount Vernon Place. A donation of $20 is requested.

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