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Washington Post Explores The Future of Maryland’s Hunt Cup

0 Written by: | Friday, Apr 17, 2015 2:50pm

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With the 2015 Maryland Hunt Cup taking place April 25, The Washington Post Magazine looks at the globally renowned and dangerous tradition of timber racing, and the tight-knit community in Baltimore County that is trying to keep it relevant and expanding.

 

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Full Cast and Creative Team Announced for Marley, the Musical

0 Written by: | Friday, Apr 17, 2015 11:30am

Music and lyrics by Bob Marley,

Written and directed by Kwame Kwei-Armah

Performances will run May 7* to June 14, 2015

at Center Stage in Baltimore

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Center Stage announced this week the full cast and creative team for the world premiere production of Marley, a new musical with music and lyrics by Bob Marley, and written and directed by Center Stage Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah. The production will run May 7* to June 14, 2015 at Center Stage in Baltimore. Read More →

Culture, Food & Drink, Sponsored Post

Just Announced- Milkshake to Perform at St. Paul’s Plus 25th Anniversary Party

0 Written by: | Friday, Apr 17, 2015 10:00am

 

ST. PAUL'S PLUS' 25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Saturday, April 25, 3:00-7:00 p.m. Ober Field next to St. Paul's Plus

ST. PAUL’S PLUS’ 25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Saturday, April 25, 3:00-7:00 p.m.
Ober Field next to St. Paul’s Plus

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Culture, Food & Drink, Giving

Walters Women’s Committee Hosts Spring Event Friday

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015 12:09pm

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Join the Walters Art Museum Women’s Committee for a lecture and lunch on Friday. Click here for more information.

Culture, Featured, Lifeline

Dolls Painted Black and Hung from a Tree in West Baltimore

1 Written by: | Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015 9:05am

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The death of Walter Scott was too much for Loring Cornish.

The police killing of Walter Scott in South Carolina was something of a last straw for Baltimore artist Loring Cornish. It prompted him to close his gallery and set up a public art installation outside his studio on the 2700 block of Parkwood Avenue. Read More →

Culture, Featured, Money & Power

O’Malley Mentioned in Hilarious SNL Cold Open

1 Written by: | Monday, Apr 13, 2015 10:14am

hillary-clinton-snlMartin O’Malley has really come into his own as a politician on the national stage. Which is to say, he got a mention on the Saturday Night Live cold open. Fittingly, the sketch is almost entirely about O’Malley’s massive party rival Hillary Clinton. Read More →

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Architectural Drawings Show Opening Reception at Halcyon House, Tuesday, April 14

0 Written by: | Saturday, Apr 11, 2015 4:41pm

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Halcyon House Antiques and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation will host a show and sale of antique architectural watercolors at the shop, located at 11219 Greenspring Avenue in Lutherville. An opening reception will take place on Tuesday, April 14 beginning at 5:30 p.m. Walter Schamu, FAIA, one of Baltimore’s leading architects, will lead a discussion of the importance of the pieces, and why, after all of these years, architectural drawings are still in style. Please RSVP to Eric at Halcyon House Antiques at 410-828-8889 to attend.

To read more about the art of architectural drawings, click here.

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Ellicott City: Quaint and Small, There’s Something for Everyone

0 Written by: | Saturday, Apr 11, 2015 3:30pm

From Mid-Atlantic Day Trips – For a town* that stretches barely a mile long, there’s an impressive array of things to do in Ellicott City. Booze it up in the bars, sit down for fine dining (preferably before you booze it up), spend an afternoon shopping the variety of boutiques that line Main Street, explore local rail history at the B&O Museum, take a walk on the old trolleycar trail to Catonsville, or go ghost hunting.I live near historic Main Street Ellicott City — a quaint old milltown main street lined with boutique and antique stores and some well-respected restaurants in old stone buildings.

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Only a Few Guest List Tickets Remain for the Harbor East FashionEasta Event

0 Written by: | Saturday, Apr 11, 2015 12:00pm

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A soiree for the stylish. A fete for the fabulous. The event of the season returns to Aliceanna Street.

On Saturday, April 25th Baltimore’s chicest shopping destination highlights the fashions of some of its most notable retailers. Guests are welcome to shop in-store specials and style events, groove to live entertainment, and savor cocktails and bites from Harbor East restaurants. The festivities culminate with a showcase of the best of spring fashion as the hottest looks hit the runway for the FashionEASTa Fashion Show, sponsored by Baltimore magazine with special guest model, the Ravens’ Justin Tucker! 

Saturday, April 25, 1pm-6pm

The next wave of chic is here… and you’re going to want to view it in style.  Reserve the best seats in the house with our special Guest List tickets:
GUEST LIST TICKETS

FashionEASTa: The Fashion Show is FREE and open to all. Serious fashionEASTas will want to reserve their spot on the “Guest List” for an even more fabulous experience. Guest List tickets are $35 and include:

– Reserved seating for the FashionEASTa Fashion Show (standing room only otherwise)

– Discounted food & drink vouchers good for street-side offerings from 1-6PM

– An exclusive FashionEASTa shopping tote

– Valet or garage parking in Harbor East for the day!

Tickets must be purchased in advance. Quantities are limited.

Click here to reserve your special Guest List Tickets.

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Buck Showalter Hopes Rain Doesn’t Dampen Home Opener

1 Written by: | Friday, Apr 10, 2015 2:59pm

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From Pressbox – Prior to the Orioles’ 2015 home opener April 10, the weather forecast in Baltimore didn’t exactly scream “spring.”

With afternoon showers predicted near the scheduled 3 p.m. start time at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, O’s manager Buck Showalter said the team was keeping a close eye on the forecast. The Birds were hoping to figure out whether they could start the game at its scheduled time or delay first pitch until there is a longer window of clear skies. Read More →

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