THURSDAY 16 Music: Lincoln Portrait The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra salutes Abraham Lincoln, mere days after his birthday, by presenting Aaron Copland’s emotionally potent Lincoln Portrait, corraling Center Stage Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah to provide the work’s stirring narration. Also on the program: Dvořák’s “Cello Concerto” (with soloist Johannes Moser), Samuel …Read More »
Visit Baltimore Hosts First-Ever Legends & Legacies Jubilee The free Feb. 18 event will honor Baltimore's rich African-American cultural heritage.
“In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute,” said Thurgood Marshall, a native Baltimorean and the first American-American justice to serve on the Supreme Court. This Black History Month, Baltimore will honor Justice Marshall and other members of the African-American community during its first-ever …Read More »
The Secret to a Lasting Love Three couples share their tips and tricks for a long and happy marriage.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Baltimore STYLE’s Kim Uslin sat down with three inspiring couples from North Oaks in Pikesville to hear what has made their lives together great. The three couples tell the stories of how they fell in love, offer inspiring advice to young couples, and illuminate …Read More »
Spring is coming. Can you feel it? This month, we’re heading to one of my favorite neighborhoods: Georgetown, where old meets new in the perfect union of historical landmarks and contemporary hotspots. Whether you’re looking for a day of shopping and good eats, a leisurely hike or a stroll along …Read More »
New Documentary Tackles Regional Opiate Crisis "Breaking Heroin's Grip: Road to Recovery" debuts Feb. 11 on MPT.
It’s no secret that the United States is in the midst of a heroin epidemic—and Baltimore is no exception. Though the city has always been plagued by the drug, the past several years have seen unprecedented growth in the number of addictions and overdose deaths, nearly doubling from 2015 to …Read More »
The Art of Business: Creativity Exchange at the BMA The free, innovative event will take place Feb. 11.
On Saturday, February 11th, the Baltimore Museum of Art will present “Creativity Exchange: Intersections Between Black Artists and Black-Owned Business.” Perfect for those who are looking to expand their business knowledge in a creative way, the afternoon will include a vendor fair, storytelling workshop, panel discussion and reception catered by …Read More »
Celebrate V-Day Like a Celebrity A new flower delivery service brings some star power to Charm City.
Why go red roses when you can go red carpet? Shake it up this Valentine’s Day with a celebrity-inspired bouquet from Urban Stems—the delivery chain recently bloomed in Baltimore and is offering a unique take on your typical February flowers. (They’ve even got a more masculine option for the man …Read More »
Want to get away? You may not be able to hop on the next plane to Punta Cana, but you can set up a spirited staycation at Mount Vernon’s Ivy Hotel. The luxe spot is hosting its first-ever Winter Whiskey Weekend, a two-day celebration of all things malt and mash—and …Read More »
Center Stage Unveils New Charm City-Centric Brand The community favorite will now be known as "Baltimore Center Stage."
In STYLE’s most recent issue, Judith Krummeck detailed Center Stage’s massive physical renovations. Now, the state theater of Maryland has revealed its plan for a different type of makeover: a Baltimore-based rebranding effort featuring a new name, new logo and new tech-savvy website. Why the transformation? Baltimore Center Stage wanted …Read More »
It’s February, a month famous for its flowers—or, at least, the mad rush to order them before the fourteenth. But why break the bank this V-Day when you can drop a fiver for a bouquet that’s just as fabulous? Enter $5 Fridays at Flowers & Fancies in Owings Mills. Tucked …Read More »