THURSDAY 13 Festival: Maryland Fleet Week All aboard for Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show, a massive gathering of domestic and international navy ships in the Inner Harbor. Activities include ship tours, crew competitions, free music and entertainment, educational sessions and an air show from the Blue Angels, as well …Read More »
FRIDAY 7 Festival: Women of the World Festival A woman may be closer to the presidency than ever before, but the glass ceiling is far from shattered—unequal pay, everyday sexism, sexual stigmatization and countless other inequities still plague women in the United States and throughout the world. These barriers are …Read More »
MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN Folk singer-songwriter Brett Dennen’s upcoming performance with the BSO is part of the orchestra’s Pulse series, concerts that fuse classical music and indie rock/pop/folk in an effort to induce cross-genre conversation. This isn’t a gig to come fashionably late to—there’s a pre-concert party with provisions by …Read More »
Weekend Plans Sept. 29-Oct. 2 Whiskey, jazz and provocative art take the stage this weekend in Baltimore.
THURSDAY 29 Event: Mom’s Night Out Calling all #MomBosses! Author Nicole Feliciano celebrates the launch of her new book, MomBoss: Balancing Entrepreneurship, Kids, and Success with help from four other mom-trepreneurs. The best part? Tickets include a free signed copy of the book—and complimentary wine and beer. Tickets: $20 in …Read More »
Weekend Plans Sept. 22-25 John Waters, the Baltimore Book Festival, an Ellicott City Benefit and much more.
THURSDAY 22 Art: “John Waters’ Kiddie Flamingos” Baltimore’s favorite son brings his unique brand of oddity to “John Waters’ Kiddie Flamingos,” a 2014 remake of “Pink Flamingos” featuring a full cast of children—appropriately edited, of course, but to perhaps an even more depraved effect, and broadcast on continuous loop in …Read More »
THURSDAY 15 Lecture: Immigration, Racism and the Changing Face of the Nation MICA (with the ACLU) commemorates Constitution Day by presenting Immigration, Racism and the Changing Face of the Nation, an informed discussion with Washington Post columnist and NPR commentator E.J. Dionne, sculptor Margarita Cabrera and National Immigration Law Center …Read More »
Football, food, festivals…this weekend is one for the books! THURSDAY 8 Event: STYLE’s Little Italy Happy Hour It’s not too late to join the STYLE staff for happy hour at the Kohler showroom in Little Italy. Enjoy food from local restaurants, sip on a complimentary glass of prosecco and enter …Read More »
You have a whole extra day this weekend, Baltimore—don’t waste it. THURSDAY 1 Dance: (end of) Summer Shorts Enjoy bite-sized choreography as various dancers and ensembles present their brief takes on the night’s theme. Tickets: $12-$15. 7:30 p.m. at Creative Alliance. FRIDAY 2 Festival: Baltimore Comic Con It’s that time …Read More »
Get Out: September All the things to see and do this September—plus, a season preview of the city's best theatres, museums and more.
Alors On Danse Fall in step as 15-plus dance companies and more than 150 individual performers fill the streets and venues of Station North for the fifth annual AKIMBO Dance & Movement Art Festival. Expect everything from the waltz to the undeniably weird in the toe-stepping universe, all of it …Read More »
It’s our last weekend in August, Baltimore! Let’s make it a good one. THURSDAY 25 Music: ART/SOUND/NOW As part of the Walters’ interdisciplinary Art/Sound/Now series, electronic music and text artist Bonnie Jones plumbs the museum’s Renaissance and Medieval collections to explore the never-more-timely-than-now themes of migration, mobility and impermanence, while jazz pianist and composer Lafayette Gilchrist focuses his musical …Read More »