Valentine’s Day falls serendipitously on a weekend this year, but it still can divide an event schedule. Even if the Hallmark side is too inside the box (of chocolates), there are plenty of ways to embrace Valentine’s Day in the city. Some of those include getting in touch with your hatred of the lovey holiday. Here are a half-dozen events happening this weekend: Read More →
This weekend, Baltimore restaurants will be packed with diners with hearts in their eyes and champagne in their glasses. But Valentine’s meals are just the tip of the iceberg in the Baltimore restaurant world this week. We’ve got major openings, theme parties and tastings, celebrations of vegan food…and celebrations of baked goods.
Here’s a glimpse of what’s happening in Baltimore restaurants this week: Read More →
The Municipal Employees Credit Union Neighborhood Event Grants return for 2016! Each year, the program awards cash grants to Baltimore neighborhood associations and community-based non-profit groups for special events. Thanks to MECU, Baltimore’s credit union, eligible groups can receive up to $1,000 to produce events such as art workshops, back-to-school rallies, block parties, book drives, food drives, health fairs, neighborhood clean-ups and more. Read More →
If you’ve already broken your New Year’s resolution to quit smoking/sugar/TV, don’t worry — it’s not your fault! It’s your brain’s fault! Read More →
Teens aren’t very good at stealing things. Read More →
Friday Morning Headlines: Bernie Sanders Got Married in Baltimore; Howard Delegates Unite Around Criticism of School System; DJ Reggie Reg’s Viewing Soundtracked by Baltimore Club; and More
Bernie Sanders Got Married in Baltimore? Yep. – Baltimore magazine
Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Zika Virus Case in Maryland; Deputies Killed in Shooting Identified; Deep Freeze; and More
Baltimore enters deep freeze that could end with snow — Baltimore Sun
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