Imagine playing the first two holes of a round of mini-golf at Penn Station, then hiking up past the Metro Gallery for another couple, then to the Ynot Lot, and finally to the park at St. Paul Street and Lafayette Avenue with the “We the People” mural. Read More →
Getting together in the neighborhood and catching an outdoor movie is one of the many joys of summer. In Hampden, Luigi’s is providing the screen, and even some grilled meats. Read More →
By just about any measure, the Baltimore Orioles are killing it this season. Read More →
The Walters Art Museum isn’t offering outdoor concerts for the summer, but they’re still using the fair weather months to offer music in an out-of-the-ordinary context. Read More →
Baltimore Writers’ Club is an occasional series introducing new books from Baltimoreans.
Jessica Anya Blau fans — a significant voting bloc in Baltimore —will be found on their pool lounges this summer with another of her high-spirited, racy novels in hand. As usual, it’s a triple fudge sundae with sex, drugs, and money on top. This time, we’re at a fictional East Coast private school called Ruxton Academy, where guidance counselor Lexie James, 33, has gotten herself in a heap o’ trouble.
One of Baltimore’s favorite guitar players just got a signature model that doubles as an art piece. Read More →
The city’s growing Latino population is set to celebrate in Southeast Baltimore this weekend. Read More →
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