Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 by Cara Hullings
What: Rock ‘N’ Flow Yoga
Where: Rams Head Live, 20 Market Pl
When: Saturday March 4th, 6:30pm-9pm
There are two types of people: those that clear their head with music and those who clear there head through meditation. Rams Head Live says why not both!? The second ever Rock ‘N’ Flow Yoga offers a mix of power yoga and a musical experience for an experience like no other concert venue has ever created. Enjoy a full on concert experience complete with great songs and cool lights while exercising your body and your mind. Music will be played by Mickey Coviello & The Herd Brothers while the yoga is led by M. Power Studio instructors, Dani Yarusso and Meaghan McDermott. Rock ‘N’ Flow will include challenging yoga exercises focused on breath work and meditation, which when combined with the awesome music while have you destressed and relaxed in no time. Get your tickets in advanced here and make sure to wear your favorite concert tee to this unique workout.
Tuesday, February 14th, 2017 by Cara Hullings
What: Baltimore Vegan Weekend
When: February 17th (7am)-19th (9pm)
Where: All over Baltimore!
Make this weekend all about food, fun and Veganism! With events all weekend all over the city, vegans and food lovers alike will want to get a piece of this event. Kick the weekend off with Friday’s Vegan Food Crawl in which restaurants throughout Baltimore are participating. Head to Hampden to grab some vegan pizza at Paulie Gee’s and then over to Rocket to Venus for some specialty vegan sandwiches. Or go to Fells Point for some vegan ice cream at Pitango Gelato and vegan Asian fusion at Ekiben. You can check out all the participating restaurants here.
Make sure not to fill up too much though, because Saturday is the Second Annual Vegan Mac and Cheese Smackdown. Hosted from 3pm-7pm at Baltimore City Community College, there will be over 30 different versions of this classic dish for your vegan taste buds to try and then vote on.
To close off the weekend, enjoy a Baltimore Vegan Brunch at any of these participating restaurants. Whether you’re in the mood for sausage, scrambled eggs, waffles, or crepes one of these fine restaurants will have it for you. Well the vegan version, but equally delicious version. With all this great vegan food, after Baltimore’s Vegan Weekend, you’ll be stuffed, happy, and healthy.
Friday, February 10th, 2017 by Cara Hullings
What: Baby’s on Fire Cafe and Record Store
Where: 1010 Morton St
When: Mon-Fri 7am-6pm, Sat, 8am-6pm, Sun 10am-4pm
Are you ready for the most hipster thing you can think of? Well, it’s Baby’s on Fire, a record shop and cafe all in one restored Mt. Vernon carriage house. Started by the married musicians David Koslowski and Shirlé Hale-Koslowski, the goal of Baby’s on Fire is to offer up a fun, cozy space for any Baltimorean to hang out, enjoy some food and some music. Whenever you pop in, there will most likely be a record on that David picked out himself and tons of records for you to look through and buy for yourself. (more…)
Wednesday, February 8th, 2017 by Cara Hullings
What: Frozen Harbor Music Festival
Where: The Inner Harbor (34 Market Place)
When: February 17th and 18th
The annual Frozen Harbor Music Festival is back this year for 2 days and with 140 acts! Including 9 stages like Rams Head Live!, Baltimore Soundstage, and Angel’s Rock Bar, this local music fest is worth the frostbite of February. Awesome local artists like Onyx and Pasadena will be performing, as well as WLOY favorites like Skribe and Breakforth. Friday and Saturday both have some amazing acts planned, so get your ticket to both days, or buy a ticket for the warmer day here. No matter what your music taste is, there will definitely some bands out of the 140 for you, so hurry up and get your tickets, and maybe a new scarf to keep you warm.
Monday, January 30th, 2017 by Cara Hullings
What: Bey vs Ye vs Jay Valentine’s Dance Party
Where: The Ottobar, 2549 N Howard St
When: Friday, February 10th 9pm-2am
Celebrate your Valentine’s Day with the romantic sounds of Beyonce, Jay-Z, and Kanye. Okay, so maybe “Heartless” and “Lemonade” don’t exactly scream Valentine’s Day, but DJ Mills’ mix of these three hot artists will have you feeling some type of way. Playing the classics like Drunk in Love and Izzo, you’ll be dancing all night long. But don’t worry, DJ Mills will be throwing in the slow jams too for you and your significant other. So stop by The Ottobar so you and your bae can get in that Bey and Jay V-day spirit.
Thursday, January 26th, 2017 by Cara Hullings
What: Lunar New Year Celebration
Where: Walters Art Museum, 600 N Charles St
When: Sunday, January 29th 11am-4pm
Join the Women’s Committee of the Walters Art Museum to celebrate the Chinese New Year. The Walters Art Museum is ringing in the Year of the Rooster with some fun art activities and traditional Lunar New Year performances. These authentic performances include ones by Baltimore Chinese School, the Johns Hopkins Lion Dance Troupe, Sang Hee Ju Traditional Dance Company, and Stepping Stones. All these groups will perform various dances representing various traditions in various cultures. With all this celebration, the Walters Art Museum’s Lunar New Year will makes sure the Year of the Rooster is a good one!
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 by Cara Hullings
What: Take Me Out! 2000’s Indie Dance Party
When: Saturday, January 28th, 9pm-2am
Where: The Ottobar, 2549 N Howard St
Come help The Ottobar celebrate their 10th anniversary on North Howard Street with a fun night of indie throwbacks! DJ’s Matt Walter and Craig Boarman will be making sure to spin the sweet indie hits from old favorites like Franz Ferdinand, The Strokes, and Pheonix. These awesome old hits not enough? The Ottobar will also play those who graced their stage and some great hits from artists like The Cure and Outkast. With songs from all these great 2000’s artists, this night isn’t just cool, it’s ice cold. So throw on some straight leg jeans and a pastel band tee, grab your ticket, dance, and try not to cry to that Death Cab for Cutie song.
Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 by Cara Hullings
What: Hot Cocoa and Cookies
Where: 700 Block of 34th Street, Hampden
When: Thursday, December 15th, 6pm-9pm
The Miracle on 34th Street light display has been putting Baltimore in the Christmas spirit for years and the home owners on the street continue that tradition this year. Stop by any time between now and December 31st to see the unique and quirky lights all down the street that capture the Baltimore and Christmas spirit.
Come warm your stomach while looking at lights this holiday season with Hot Cocoa and Cookies on December 15th. Kitties and Pitties will be volunteering and handing out hot chocolate and cookies to help celebrate the great festivities. Be sure to stop by and donate to them during the season of giving and get so tasty treats for yourself!
Friday, December 2nd, 2016 by Cara Hullings
What: Holiday Market
Where: Mount Vernon Marketplace, 520 Park Ave
When: Sunday, December 3rd 10am-3pm
If you’re on the lookup for where to get some great Christmas gift, look no further. This Sunday, Mount Vernon marketplace will be hosting a Holistic Holiday Pop-Up Market for all your holiday needs. With both guest vendors and permanent vendors, there will be plenty to shop from. Vendors like Pure Chocolate by Jinji and Wild Yam Pottery will be at this event, promoting fun, healthy, local gifts for this holiday season. While you’re here, grab some lunch too at one of the many permanent restaurants located in the Marketplace, like Mina’s Crepes, Pinch Dumplings, or The Local Oyster. With food, friends, shopping and fun, Mount Vernon Marketplace is definitely creating a holistic experience with this Holiday Market!
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.