THURSDAY 9 Art: Tara Sellios and Ben Marcin Two photographers Tara Sellios and Ben Marcin, pair up to showcase their work in a memorable winter show. Sellios, of Boston, is known for her striking interpretive images, often of animals, representing life, death and carnality. Marcin, of Baltimore, compiles photos of urban …Read More »
We had so much fun with everyone at our annual big bash at the Modell Lyric on Nov. 2! Thanks to all of our sponsors and, of course, to our readers, who made this a fabulous night of fashion and friends.Read More »
We were so excited to be a part of the Baltimore Humane Society’s DogFest! Here are the Audience Picks for Best of the Fest. Overall Winner: Mikazuki Best Smile: Maya Best Mutt: Rambo Thanks to all who voted! Find out more about the Baltimore Humane Society at www.BmoreHumane.org.Read More »
The Charm City Fringe festival is back! In its sixth year, the festival continues to serve as a platform for under-the-radar artists who want to get their work out into the public and focuses on comedy, theater, music, and performing arts. Befitting its experimental “fringe theater” origins, the fest brings comedy, theater, …Read More »
Coming Full Circle A local dance company's upcoming performance explores the cycle of domestic violence.
Seventeen years ago, Donna Jacobs, the Artistic Director of Full Circle Dance Company and Director of Morton Street Dance, created the FCDC to give teachers at an opportunity to perform. Later that year, the company was chosen to perform in a showcase at Broadway Dance Center in New York. Now, …Read More »
Day Trippin’: Get Lost in Gettysburg The southern PA town has history, stunning views and plenty of apple cider.
The leaves are beginning to shed their green for gold, apple cider is lurking around the corner of every grocery store, and tees and tanks are being swapped for cable-knits and cashmere. After a welcome Indian summer, my favorite time of year is here! Few places rival the East Coast’s …Read More »
The stakes were high as I wandered into Baltimore Center Stage’s Press Night performance of “Shakespeare in Love” last Thursday. The show, after all, is based on the 1998 film of the same name, which just so happens to be one of my favorite movies of all time. And while …Read More »
There are few things I love more than new beauty trends, so you can bet your bronzer that I was all over dermaplaning mere minutes after I heard about. A delicate razor that removes dead skin and peach fuzz for a more even complexion, easier makeup application, and better product …Read More »
FRIDAY 27 Art: Rachel Rotenberg See Rachel Rotenberg’s stunning wooden sculptures in her new exhibit, Sanity, “populated by sensually curving surfaces, intriguingly formed negative spaces, and forceful volumes.” Oct. 24 – Dec. 10 at The Silber Gallery. Art: Jim Condron Painter and sculptor Jim Condron presents his latest, “Picking Up …Read More »
I was raised with five siblings in a Catholic, Mexican-American family that fostered 24 children and often housed friends and strangers. I was surrounded by family and playmates my entire childhood—and I absolutely loved it. The moments and love that I experienced as a child made me want the same …Read More »