Food Friday’s: Govanstowne Farmers’ Market

September 4th, 2015 by Allison Langley

Govanstowne Farmer's Market

 What: Govanstowne

 Where: 5104 York Road, Baltimore

 When: Click here to find the dates

I am always craving fresh fruit, a nice strawberry and some raspberries — I cannot live without raspberries. So I’ll be stopping by the Govanstowne farmer market and you should too! Govanstowne has had roots since 1783–needless to say it has a wealth of history and character. The farmers market has become a great way for the community of Govanstowne to come together. Come join in on the community fun, and grab some fresh veggies and fruit while the warm weather lasts. Skip the V8 and go for the real thing!

 



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Theater Thursday: Pride and Prejudice

September 3rd, 2015 by Allison Langley

pride and prejudiceWhat: Pride and Prejudice

Where: Center Stage     When: September 11th-October11th

To quench your theater thirsts, head to Center Stage. Come to the Center Stage Theater on North Calvert Street in Baltimore to see Jane Austen’s 19th century, Pride and Prejudice novel portrayed on stage. Sink yourselves into the theater red chairs and indulge your craving for outstanding talent. Center Stage has been up and running since 1963–enjoy a little piece of history in Baltimore while enjoying a fabulous show! More Information!

 

 



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Tourism Tuesdays: City Lights Helicopter Tour

September 1st, 2015 by Allison Langley

CityLightsHeliTour

 

What: City Lights Helicopter Tour

Where: Monumental Helicopters (Ft. Meade, MD)

When: Anytime!

Don’t be your average tourist traveling by foot around the inner harbor–try a helicopter! Monumental Helicopters offers day and night helicopter tours of the inner harbor. It can be a great family experience or a romantic evening over looking the city lights! These private tours give you an unique view of Baltimore, one, I am sure you will not forget! For more information and booking click here!



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Museum Monday: Black Box: Sharon Hayes

August 31st, 2015 by Allison Langley

Black Box at BMAWhat: Black Box: Sharon Hayes

Where: Baltimore Museum of Art

When: Now until October 11. 11-5pm

Baltimore Museum of Art is hosting the exhibition Black Box by Sharon Hayes. Hayes is an artist who shows current political and social situations through several mediums of art. Black Box is highlighting gender inequality. Stop by BMA to get your fix of culture for the week and to see a wonderful exhibition!



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Food Fridays: Phillip’s Crab Deck

August 28th, 2015 by Allison Langley

Phillip's Crab DeckWhat: Phillip’s Crab Deck

Where: Phillip’s (601 Easy Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland)

When: Ending Sept 7, open any day at 11 weather permitting

I hate to be the one to say it, but for those who don’t know, summer is coming to a close my friends. Unfortunately this means that Phillip’s Crab deck is also closing for the season. You have until septemebet 7th to delight in the past time of cracking crabs and savor the spicy taste of old bay and Maryland blue crab. But don’t stop at crabs! Phillip’s can offer your seafood-loving heart whatever it may desire. So get out to the inner harbour and enjoy a delicious meal while taking in all the sights and sounds batlimore has to offer on Phillips crab deck. Click here for more info!



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Theatre Thursday: Bengie’s Drive-In

August 27th, 2015 by Allison Langley

Bengies Theatre What: Bengies Drive In: Straigh Outta Compton, Minions, Jurassic World  

Where: Bengies Drive In

When: Friday August 28th, 7:45 to 11:45pm

Enjoy a classic evening in a car… at the drive in. Pull- up, turn the radio on, turn your lights off and enjoy an array of shows. They are featuring Straight Outta Compton to the family friendly shows such as, Minions and Jurassic World… Like I said an array of shows varying from gangs to cute adorable little minions and dinosaurs. On a warm summer night what is better than being outside enjoying a movie on the big screen. Bengies Theatre Info



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Wacky Wednesday: Lego Castle Adventure

August 26th, 2015 by Allison Langley

Wacky Wednesday: Lego Castle Adventure What: Lego Castle Adventure  

Where: Port Discovery Children’s Museum

When: Now until Spetember 20th/ 9:30am-4:30pm

Two words: Castles and Legos. If you have little ones or maybe you just love the art of playing with legos, go to The Port Discovery Children’s Museum; they are hosting the Lego Castle Adventure Exhibtion for all ages. Now, this isn’t just an event to look at amazing castles built of legos in awe. No, this is a hands on, interactive event for everyone to build their own castles and a virtual fortress to test to see if it can withstand a battle! Have fun while sneaking through secret passage ways and climbing to the top of your own look out tower! A great way to spend time with family and friends, for info click here!



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Sweetlife Festival Day 2

July 16th, 2015 by The Professor

Sweetlife 2015 sign We sent Phil and Brandon to Sweetlife Festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion to shoot some photos and check out some bands. It’s fair to say they enjoyed the shows, meeting and interviewing some great acts and enjoying a very cool festival. From a wide variety of food vendors to green power companies, the whole vibe was green, friendly and fun. Brandon covered Day 1, so Phil does Day 2: Read the rest of this entry »



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Say Anything / Modern Baseball Show Review

July 13th, 2015 by The Professor

by Gordo

So to start off, I have been to more than a few concerts in more than a few places. I’ve been to several venues in Manhattan(NY), Montclair(NJ), Baltimore(MD), Homdel(NJ) and many other places. Most concerts run pretty similarly. A couple of small name bands open up for usually one or two headliners. More often than not, the smaller bands just happen to have less experience on stage, less variety and this leads to a bad opening set.

When I saw Say Anything, Modern Baseball, Cymbals Eat Guitars and Hardgirls at the Baltimore Soundstage this was not the case. I showed up at doors time, which is normally about an hour before the first band plays. I was passionately looking forward to screaming my head off for Modern Baseball and I did not get a chance to look at the opening bands. People filed in and got some drinks and bought some merch and then the opening band started playing. Read the rest of this entry »



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Florence LaRue (5th Dimension) Interview

July 12th, 2015 by The Professor

Florence LaRue Radio RockonTour host Timothy Tilghman caught up with Florence LaRue, lead singer for the 5th Dimension shortly before their appearance at the Maryland Live Casino (5/28/15). Miss LaRue is the only remaining original member of the band, which brought home 14 Gold and 6 Platinum records along with 6 Grammy awards. She talked with Tim about her early days, touring the world, and the rise of her classic Soul/R&B band. Although she continues to tour with the band, she has many side projects and charity work that keep her busy as well.

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