House of the Day

House of the Day: Corner Unit With Panoramic Views of the Harbor and Skyline

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100 Harborview Drive, Inner Harbor
2 bedroom(s), 2 bathroom(s)
2,178 square feet
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Former Princeton University Admissions Pro to Speak in Baltimore – Sign-up today!

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Money & Power

Heather Mizeur: Don’t Vote for Me in Governor’s Race

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Heather Mizeur

Heather Mizeur

On Election Day, Heather Mizeur doesn’t want your vote. Read More →

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100-Year-Old Time Capsule Found in Washington Monument

8 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 3:05pm


Along with rare views of the city, the restoration on Baltimore’s Washington Monument turned up a small box that leaders hope will be a trove of city history. The contents, however, will remain a mystery at least for the time being.
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Food & Drink

Halloween Cocktails for your Spooky Soiree

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 2:05pm

candy corn martini
Candy Corn Martini

If you’re hosting a Halloween bash this weekend, here are a few spooky and fun (and boozy) cocktails you can serve. Read More →

Catch of the Day, Inner Harbor

World’s Largest Women’s Barbershop Competition Coming to Baltimore

4 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 1:03pm

Barbershop Harmonies
catch of the day fish (2)You can usually tell when a “con” (that is, a convention) is in town. Suddenly the light rail (and harbor, and Lexington Market, and everything else) is full of young men dressed as My Little Ponies (BronyCon) or people of all stripes dressed as Anime characters (Otakon). It can be a little disorienting, of course, but it can also fill one with a kind of civic pride. After all, if Baltimore is the kind of place that people can comfortably assemble for their not-quite-run-of-the-mill gatherings, we think that speaks pretty well of our city. Well, here comes a convention whose attendees may be less conspicuous– but which is certainly as worthy of notice as anything else we’ve seen all year. It’s the 68th annual Sweet Adelines International Convention and Competition. For the uninitiated, that’s the world’s largest women’s barbershop harmony competition– 2015 edition.

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Register Today and Come See What Life at the Park School is Like

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 12:00pm


from the Park School website:

We hope you’ll visit the campus to experience Park first hand. During a tour we will offer you the opportunity to glimpse into our stimulating classrooms, step into the Arts and Athletic Centers to observe the co-curricular work of students, and meet personally with a member of the Admission Team.

Attend an Admission Event

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Mind – Land – Sea – City Scapes:­ A Regional Art SHOWShow at Renaissance Fine Arts

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November 1 ­ 29, 2014

Monday through Friday: 10am ­ 6pm, Saturdays: 10am ­ 5pm

This November 2014, join Renaissance Fine Arts in a celebration of our Regional Artists.  Explore the exquisite collection within all three of our locations, and discover the unique art of our diverse region. This exhibition will showcase a variety of genres and media featuring the work of Eric Abrecht, Jeff Erickson, Vitali Miagkov, Tina Palmer, Alice Pritchard, and John Sills. Please check our website for further details. | 410.484.8900

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Gilman to Host Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond on Nov. 11

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 11:00am

unnamedSpend an evening steeped in music and contemporary American history when civil rights activist and leader Julian Bond presents “Crossing the Color Line: From Rhythm-n-Blues to Rock-n-Roll,” the first lecture in Gilman School’s annual Race Dialogue Series on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, at 6 p.m. in the Alumni Memorial Auditorium. Read More →

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When Bill Murray Crashed This Baltimorean’s Bachelor Party

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 10:26am


EJ Rumpke was just minding his own business one Saturday this summer — okay, it was his bachelor party, so things might’ve been a little raucous–when Bill Murray showed up and crashed his party. Yes, Bill Murray-Bill Murray. Millions of people watched the video of the ensuing shenanigans, but we talked with Rumpke–now happily married and the director of operations at a Baltimore-based start-up–to get the story behind the viral phenomenon.

So where and how did you come to meet Bill Murray?

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