An in-depth look at Rhymin’ Simon is coming to Baltimore. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is making Baltimore the first stop for a touring exhibit that pays tribute to the great musician before he bookends his career. Read More →
The sun fought off Joaquin’s clouds, and Baltimore is ready for fall shenanigans to resume. With the wet weather and cancellations of the past several days, we’re already looking at what the Baltimore festival calendar has in store for Columbus Day weekend. Read More →
Fashion, art and philanthropy unite on October 8 at the Art of Giving Fashion Show at the Renaissance Gallery in Cross Keys. Hosted by Renaissance and Ruth Shaw, the event benefits the Baltimore School for the Arts and Kennedy Krieger Institute. It will also showcase former Kennedy Krieger patients and members of the BSA’s Twigs, a free after-school arts program for city children. Read More →
The Baltimore Shabbat Project
The Baltimore Shabbat Project (BSP) is a unique, grassroots Jewish identity movement that is partnering with the international Shabbos Project. First launched in South Africa in 2013, this global initiative spanned more than 465 cities last year, bringing together Jews from all backgrounds and traditions to celebrate ONE Shabbat as ONE people with ONE heart.
This weekend marks the Sixth Art for Land’s Sake, a biannual art show and sale held to benefit the Valley’s Planning Council, a 50 year old preservation organization. More than 300 works of art will be for sale during the two-day event.
Art for Land’s Sake is held at different venues every other year and this year’s show and sale is at the Party Barn at Caves Farm, a 600-acre equestrian farm which has been preserved with the help of the Valleys Planning Council.
This year’s Art for Land’s Sake is featuring Art for the New Collector. These selected pieces come with a lower price point so cost is not a barrier to acquisition. Many of the artists will be at the show throughout the weekend and are happy to answer questions about their subjects and techniques. Read More →
Beginning Oct. 1, there will be hundreds of free events to go to in Baltimore. The monthlong Free Fall Baltimore program is back, opening up spaces across the city for exploration. Read More →
Center Stage will host three events the weekend of Oct. 2-4: its annual family-friendly open house, Backstage @ Center Stage; a costume, props and furniture tag sale; and its fall Play Lab workshop series. Read More →
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