North Ave just regained a tiny bit of its old charm, as the Centre Theatre facade finally got some letters back up there. The renovation is part of joint effort by Johns Hopkins, MICA, and the Maryland Film Festival to spruce up and occupy both the old Parkway Theatre (read about that here) and Centre Theatre across the street. Read More →
If your typical House of Cards style is to binge-watch each season as it comes out, you should know that researchers say it “should no longer be viewed as a ‘harmless’ addictive behavior.” Instead, it should be viewed as an indicator of depression, loneliness, and an inability to control compulsions. (By the way, for this study, watching even three episodes at a time counts as binge-watching.) Read More →
From warehouses to the Lithuanian Hall, the local music scene has a long history of moving into any space that will have it. Thanks to WTMD, the latest is the baggage claim at BWI. Read More →
Everyone was hoping the Baltimore Ravens would stay out of trouble this offseason. After the team’s postseason loss to the New England Patriots, head coach John Harbaugh “remind[ed] the guys that how we handle ourselves is always important.” He said he thought “that was enough.” Well, I don’t even think the offseason has technically begun, and safety Will Hill, 24, has got a warrant for his arrest in New Jersey for unpaid child support. Read More →
The documentary “Misery Loves Comedy”, produced by local Becky Newhall, screened at the Sundance Film Festival this weekend to rave reviews and a deal with a major film company. Read More →
I guess I knew this might be coming. Grand Cru, the wonderful little wine bar at Belvedere Square, is being sold. As many know, Grand Cru’s former owner, Nelson Carey, died suddenly last summer. I wrote about it. That was a hard one to write, since I knew Nelson pretty well and always loved seeing him in the bar. We’d catch up, talk about food and wine, but mostly just enjoy each other’s company. What a good and kind person he was. Read More →
This Saturday night is date night at The Painted Palette — our neighborhood creativity hotspot! Bring a date or bring a friend to create a masterpiece and then head to the Tavern. All painters receive one FREE “Old Hilltop” brew after the session. Click for More Info/Buy Your Tickets
If you ask John Harbaugh, he’ll tell you that Deflategate — the controversy surrounding the underinflated footballs used by the New England Patriots in their AFC Championship win over the Indianapolis Colts — can’t be used to challenge the Ravens’ loss to the Pats a week earlier. “[W]e don’t know anything about that in our game,” he said. “We didn’t have a chance to handle any of their offensive footballs.” Read More →
The Creative Alliance, Bonneau Caprece and FoxxFara Studio are proud to present:
WEAR IT OUT BALTIMORE
FASHION & FILM SERIES @ CREATIVE ALLIANCE PREMIERING
Thursday, February 5, 2015/6-10pm
Created to celebrate the fine arts genre of fashion with selected films and documentaries, acknowledge Baltimore’s emerging garment making and manufacturing industry with themed Wear It Out Baltimore (WIOB) showcase segments featuring area clothing and accessories designers, stylists, fiber artists, and clothiers. Read More →
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