Wednesday, November 30th, 2016 by Alexandra Wertman
When:December 9th-10th, and 16th-17th
Where: Baltimore School for the Arts (712 Cathedral St.)
Thanksgiving is over and it’s officially the last day before December, so it’s time to start getting in the holiday spirit. Kick-off your holiday plans with a winter classic, the Nutcracker. Students from the Baltimore School for the Arts and TWIGS will preform together December 9th-10th and the 16th-17th this holiday season. Don’t miss your opportunity to celebrate the upcoming holidays with this quintessential winter ballet.
Tickets cost $20 for adults, only $15 for students and seniors.
Monday, November 28th, 2016 by Cara Hullings
What: Baltimore Record Bazaar
Where: The Windup Space, 12 W North Ave
When: Sunday, December 11th, 12pm-6pm
Love to collect any type of music? Whether it’s CDs, tapes, or vinyls, you will find it at the Baltimore Record Bazaar! Hosted by Mikie Love’s Discount Vinyl Shanty and Turntable Emporium, The Windup Space will have all types of music for everyone out there to pick something up. With more than 20 vendors including Shock Dr. Record Shop, Mystery Sound Recordings, and Normal’s Books & Records, this year’s Holiday Bazaar will most definitely be packed.
Admission to the event is free, but make sure to bring plenty of money to buy tons of records and some food too. If interested in vending, contact Dj.Mikie.Love@gmail.com for details. But no matter whether you come to buy or sell, make sure to stick around until the end for a Holiday Show! It’s guaranteed to be a day full of music that you won’t want to miss.
Friday, November 18th, 2016 by Cara Hullings
What: A holiday and train celebration!
Where: B&O Museum, 901 W Pratt St.
When: December 3rd-31st
Get into the Holiday spirit this season the Polar Express way. Head over to the B&O Museum anytime this December to hop onto the express train to Christmas-town. Every weekend, the B&O Museum will be holding different holiday activities for kids and adults alike. Take a train ride with Santa Saturdays at 11am and 1pm or Sundays at 1pm, visit Mrs. Claus, or check out the special model train layouts. For the kids, there will be a craft corner featuring a new craft every weekend like rocket sleighs or miniature greenhouses. Admission to all these great weekend events are $18 for adults and $12 for children, so bring out all the young and old of the family for some trains and Christmas fun.
Thursday, November 17th, 2016 by Cara Hullings
What: Small Business Saturday Free Breakfast
Where: Hoehn’s Bakery, 400 S Conkling St.
When: Saturday, November 26th, 8am-12pm
It’s almost time for Thanksgiving , which means it’s almost time for Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. Start off your Saturday shopping spree the right way by heading over to Hoehn’s Bakery for some free pastries and coffee. Hoehn’s is also the center for starting your day, offering a free shopping bag and shopping guide so you can buy out all of Highlandtown’s merchants.
Don’t forget to take part in the Highlandtown Shop Small Challenge while you’re out after breakfast! Visit five different Highlandtown stores in order to be entered into a raffle to win a basket filled with goodies. Get everything you need for Christmas gifts,whether it’s art from Highlandtown Gallery or some vintage steals from Rust-N-Shine. Maybe you’ll even win the raffle for a Christmas gift to yourself!
Wednesday, November 16th, 2016 by Alexandra Wertman
What: Yummm! The History, Fantasy, and Future of Food Exhibit
When: Now-September 3rd, 2017
Where: The American Visionary Art Museum
The American Visionary Art Museum, known for its eccentric and out of this world collections, will be hosting an exhibit for the next ten months centered entirely around food. 34 different artists came together to form one exhibit that is interesting, ingenious, and inspires food-revolution. The aim of the exhibit is to raise awareness to humankind’s intimate relationship with food and the effects it has on our society, planet, and future. Through this exhibit, the artists hope to instill a certain sense awareness as well as “food-creativity” in the people. Art and imagination go a long way in helping to provide a dialogue regarding the future of the planet and how to approach our relationship with food from a more loving, healthful, and clean manner.
By visiting this exhibit not only will you be able to enjoy the very careful and imaginative creations of a huge variety of artists, but you also may have your eyes opened to the food-revolution that this exhibit is hoping to shed some light on.
Tuesday, November 15th, 2016 by Cara Hullings
What: Cafe and Crepes
Where: 380 W 36th St
When: Tues-Thurs, Sat 9am-7pm, Fri 9am-8pm, Sun 10am-5pm
Need a cool place for coffee or dinner or dessert? Well, Ma Petite Shoe Cafe has it all! Inspired by Paris, Me Petite Shoe adds its own Hampden twist on crepes, making some awesome sweet and savory snacks. They love to blend international flavors into their food, giving customers a fast of the world in a little shop in Hampden. Whether you’re in the mood for some Cinnamon Sugar crepes, Egg and Cheese crepes, or
If you’re not too hungry,then try some of the delicious coffee and tea options. Also inspired by international flavors, Ma Petite Shoe offers everything from Bombay Lattes to
Monday, November 14th, 2016 by Brendan Pierce
Another season of Greyhounds basketball is officially underway as both the men and women’s teams began their season this weekend. The men’s team suffered a hard fought loss to A-10 opponent Duquesne by a score of 65-60 on Friday. However, the women notched their first win of the season in blowout fashion over Lipscomb 74-30.
The men’s team was lead by senior big man, Jarred Jones and junior point guard Andre Walker. The Greyhound tandem each dropped 21 points, but it was not enough to prevail over a tough Dukes team. Junior Chancellor Barnard put up a strong effort on the defensive end as he had a team high 5 blocks. The Greyhounds got limited help off the bench as they only had a combined 3 bench points compared to Duquesne’s 23. The Greyhounds also had a difficult time from the free throw line as they shot 47% from the charity stripe. The men will look to bounce back in their home opener tonight at 7:30 against the Millersville Marauders. (more…)
Friday, November 11th, 2016 by Cara Hullings
What: Interactive Movie Night: The Goonies
Where: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave
When: Wednesday November 16th, 7:30-11pm
Who needs regular movies when you could see an interactive movie? Definitely not me. Creative Alliance’s Interactive Movie Night is back by popular demand with The Goonies as the featured film! Dress up as your favorite Goonie and come out to play games, enter contests, and enjoy the movie. Hosted by Creative Alliance’s Heather Keating and Jen Marsh, these two lovely ladies will kick off the night of ridiculousness. This craziness includes a Truffle Shuffle dance contest, drink specials, movie trivia, and much more.
Come out at 7:30 to hang out and meet people, or show up in time for the movie at 8. Tickets are $15 at the door or purchase them in advanced here for $12. You can also purchase an Ultimate Fan Pack at the door for an extra $5 which includes everything you need to play the crazy Goonies movie game. So get ready to grab your Ultimate Fan Pack, reteach yourself the Truffle Shuffle, and get ready to play some Goonie games!
Thursday, November 10th, 2016 by Cara Hullings
What: Irish Festival
When: November 11th, 12th, and 13th
Where: Maryland State Fair Grounds (Timinium Rd & York Rd)
Explore the history and the culture of Ireland at this year’s Maryland Irish Festival! Maryland, one of the first colonies to accept the Irish in the 1600’s, is the perfect place to embrace the Celtic culture, so make sure to come out this weekend. With all the cool things going on at the festival, you’ll learn all about the traditions, music, dance and food of Ireland. Featuring Irish bands like Screaming Orchards, there will be tons of great songs to dance to throughout all the days of the festival. Not interested in the songs of Ireland? Then head over to the kilt competition to see real Irish style, or watch a demonstration on making Irish wool and linen. When you’re all done with these excellent events, check out the various vendors like Benedictine Gift & Book Shop, Got Kilt, and Dancing Hands Jewelry to pick out a great gift for yourself or your Irish friends.
Tuesday, November 8th, 2016 by Cara Hullings
What: Community Theater
Where: 801 McCulloh Street
Since 1953, Arena Players has been putting on performances as a way to highlight African-American experiences and bring Baltimore communities together. They wear their title as a community theater proudly, trying to nurture, entertain, and educate the audience, combining the knowledge and talents of those who are part of Arena Players.
Arena Players has shows running throughout the year presented by volunteer actors who love what they do. Almost all the shows put on reflect an aspect of African-American life as a way to offer representation. Their current upcoming event is the play Last House Standing, a play about a family in Baltimore, which will be showing November 11th, 12th, and 13th. Grab your tickets and get in on the scene of Baltimore.