The 100-year-old time capsule that was found in the Washington Monument is out of safekeeping at the Waters Art Museum. But they’re not quite ready to open it, despite positive X-ray results. Read More →
Hot House: 715 Lovegrove Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
Nineteenth century carriage house, residential conversion, circa 1959. Painted brick exterior, asphalt shingle roof. 1,500 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, no basement. Hardwood floors, working fireplace in living room, sunken kitchen with office. Updated kitchen and appliances, recent roof. Large second floor family room. Central a/c, no parking: $385,000* Read More →
Baltimore pizza lovers take note: Iggies, a beloved Mt. Vernon pizza spot, has moved to Towson. Well, sort of. Read More →
Developer David Tufaro’s Terra Nova Ventures received city planning approval to redevelop Whitehall Cotton Mill on Clipper Mill Road in Hampden more than a year ago. But they’ve only just closed on the property. In addition to apartments, offices, and a restaurant, the soon-to-be renovated mill building will house a Belvedere Square-type marketplace. Read More →
Don’t get us wrong– we love a good production of The Nutcracker or A Christmas Carol. They’re holiday season staples, of course. But sometimes it’s nice to mix it up– lest we only watch Miracle on 34th Street and It’s a Wonderful Life over and over and over again, right? Well, leave it the the Baltimore Theatre Project to push the envelope ever so gently with what could well become a new, local holiday staple: it’s Charlie Bethel’s one-man rendition of Charles Dickens’ The Seven Poor Travellers.
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Lily DeBell, 14, has been knitting for five years. Recently, she parlayed her skill into an Etsy shop that sells legwarmers, a $25,000 entrepreneurship prize, and an invitation to the White House. Read More →
When the temperature starts dropping, you have two choices: Stay inside, crank up the heat, and huddle under the covers… or venture outside in search of one of Baltimore’s many restaurants and bars with cozy fireplaces. Here are a few of our favorite places to warm up around town: Read More →
Next to Normal
Oct 8–Nov 16
Music by Tom Kitt
Book and Lyrics by Brian Yorkey
Directed by David Schweizer
Some buildings don’t even have a 13th floor out of superstition. But then, doesn’t that make an actual 13th floor the perfect setting for a genuinely chilling Halloween? Well, it might not actually be the scariest Halloween venue in town, but it’s more than likely the classiest. The newly renovated 13th Floor is holding an inaugural Halloween fete on All Hallow’s Eve itself, and we’re all invited. There will be a costume contest, live music, and all of the fabulous food, drink, and service you’d expect there any day of the year.
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