THURSDAY 10 Reading: Katharine Noel Katharine Noel returns to exploring complex relationships and self-discovery with her new Meantime, wherein 30-something Clare Hood deals with her stepsister’s pregnancy, her husband’s lingering relationship with his ex and her family’s own eccentric history. (Maybe you can relate.) Free. 7 p.m. at Ivy Bookshop. …Read More »
Why should the boys have all the fun? After the landmark success of 2016’s “Boys of Hampden” calendar, the women of the quirky neighborhood were eager to get in on the action—with a twist. The 2017 “Ladies of Hampden” calendar will feature an eclectic mix of Hampden’s female business owners, …Read More »
ICYMI: Great American Canyon Band Premieres New Video "Only You Remain" provides scenic views and soaring melodies.
You may remember Great American Canyon Band from STYLE’s stunning June cover. The stately pair were celebrating the release of their new album, Only You Remain. Now, only months later, the husband-and-wife duo have premiered both a beautiful new video for “Only You Remain (Out Here Mix)” and a new …Read More »
If you hoped to escape the election drama by attending the Hippodrome’s Broadway Series production of Cinderella, we’ve got some bad news: You won’t. Sure, the show features plenty of magical “falderal and fiddle-dee-dee,” as the Fairy Godmother would say, but it’s not without its contemporary elements: a biting remark …Read More »
For many people, Nov. 1 marks the official beginning of the holiday season. But for those participating in the Ulman Cancer Fund’s annual Beard Off, the first of November means only one thing: time to grow. Though it began three years ago as a simple bet among friends to see …Read More »
Winner’s Circle STYLE editor Betsy Boyd and other talented writers share their work at the Creative Alliance Oct. 19.
Be honest: You’d rather be doing anything than watching the debate Wednesday night. Fortunately, the Creative Alliance is hosting Open Circle Read & Response, a delightfully artistic alternative to all that hot air. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., STYLE editor Betsy Boyd and local writer Sally Shivnan will read from their …Read More »
Become a “True Believer” You're invited to Baltimore folk rocker Red Sammy's album release party tonight.
“True Believer” — the new album from Baltimore’s favorite emo folk rocker, Red Sammy (Adam Trice) — releases tonight! And you can party on the intimate scene. Enjoy a house concert and gathering in Mt. Vernon via the Live in the Lobby music showcases hosted by John McClaren. The event …Read More »
Baltimore Artists Take to Berlin Two Goucher alums will present a moving display at the Berlin Light Weeks Sept. 30-Oct. 16.
If you attended Light City this past spring, you may remember a cascade of multi-dimensional, multicolored images falling over the Inner Harbor waters—and as you passed by, your presence made the shapes and colors change. Sound familiar? You were witnessing “Water Wall,” a piece by Baltimore-based artists Greg St. Pierre …Read More »
As the holiday season approaches, people from around the world will flock to New York City to admire the rows and rows of beautiful storefront window displays. This past weekend, Kathy Matava of Matava Shoes did one better: She brought New York windows to Green Spring Station. Hoping to transform …Read More »
After a whole year of planning, everything is finally falling into place for Little Italy’s Madonnari Arts Festival…that is, everything but the weather. “The weather may be an issue,” says Cyd Wolf, the festival’s executive producer. “We’re asking everyone to put positive, sunny thoughts out there.” While rain can put …Read More »