The west side of downtown could be getting another theatre in the near future. Spotlighters Theatre, which is currently located in Mt. Vernon, is looking to relocate to the Bromo Arts District. Read More →
Upper Chesapeake Insurance Agency recently uploaded to YouTube a five-minute drone video, “I LOVE 21230,” featuring aerial shots of the zip code’s many landmarks. Read More →
Please join us on the first day of December at the new SharpDressed Man recycled suit boutique. Our new location is on Park Avenue in Downtown Baltimore. Street parking is free after 6pm. Drinks and appetizers will be served. Clothing donations of men’s business attire and monetary donations will be accepted to help us further our mission. Please feel free to bring a friend, representatives from complimentary organizations, and to share this invite.
We are excited to announce that we are having a raffle benefitting Sharp Dressed Man. The prize is a custom Christopher Schafer Clothier suit made of Dormeuil fabric with two custom shirts and two handmade silk ties valued at $3000. Each donation of $25 purchases you a ticket for this great prize. The winning ticket will be drawn at the open house on December 1st. Please click here to purchase one or more tickets, thank you.
Light Up Lexington returns tonight. This time, Spike Gjerde is headlining. Read More →
We’ll have to wait a little longer for a glimpse of the new Under Armour Performance Center that’s set to open at 10 Light St. But the company released renderings to provide a preview this week. Read More →
The Baltimore diner made famous in Barry Levinson’s 1982 film Diner has had many lives. A series of owners have tried to turn the silver-sided landmark into a pizza joint, a late-night spot, and a Southern food restaurant. None of that worked — leading some (or maybe just me) to wonder if the place was cursed. Hopefully this new plan will prove me wrong! Read More →
The hands on the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower clock were shaking this morning, but it wasn’t the result of a time warp. Workers were removing the massive hands, which are each made of three layers of wood held together by 200 brass bolts. After more than a century overlooking Baltimore, the iconic clock is in need of restoration. Read More →
Enjoy these Maryland Crab & Oyster specialties: Read More →
It’s officially autumn, which means rooftop bar season is more or less over. But in case things unexpectedly warm up in the next few weeks, there’s a new drinking-with-a-view option in town. Read More →
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