Halloween and history — both very recent and long past — captivated Baltimore this week. And we still aren’t forgetting about that Charles Village construction, either. It’s the Week in Review for Oct. 25-31: Read More →
If you’re still unsure about how to spend this haunted evening, you can skip right down to the bottom of this post and immediately click the link to last-minute reserve your tickets to Rocklands Farm’s annual Halloween event. Tonight, they team up with the Murder Mystery Company for what will surely be a killer night and an unforgettable Halloween experience. Each year, the farm hosts a lovely event in its historic barn, but bizarrely, a tragic and unexpected death always seems to occur. Who’d have thunk? And as usual, it’s up to the guests to help get the party back on track by trading clues, gathering information and solving the crime before the murderous menace gets away. Read More →
This column, That Nature Show, is about the nature right under your nose: in our backyards, playgrounds and parks! Stop and look around, you’ll be amazed at what surrounds you.
Velllcome, friendos, to That Nature Show’s Halloween edition. Bwhahahahaha. Today we’re going to be glad that after Friday we can take our banana and calavera costumes off, go back to being our selves — suburban mothers of two, poetry slammers, hipsters, lacrosse dads, wearers of designer boots, purchasers of pour-overs, because the world’s weirdest animals never can. For as long as it lives the warthog will be a warthog. It doesn’t get to play around.
The aye-aye (above) will always be a aye-aye. It can never get out of its wacky vampire-bat-ish clown suit. See how surprised-Gremlin it looks? Like, I’m stuck in this pop-up Halloween store cheap made-in-China costume? Are you serious? What the %^&?
Waiting for a youth baseball game to begin, I whiled away the time talking with a guy whose kid seemed to have a lot in common with my son: Same age, shared interests, similar school curriculums. Before long, the conversation turned to homework. “He’s working his butt off,” the dad said. “Up ‘til 11 most nights, oftentimes up at 5:30 and back at it again.” As in 5:30 a.m. Read More →
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