What better setting is there for showcasing startup technology than at a startup event? Glam Tech, in its first official year, brought out Baltimore’s chic and tech-savvy—oh and not to mention Ty Hunter, Beyoncé’s stylist of 16 years—to the Knights of Columbus Hall on Hull Street this past Saturday. The …Read More »
This past Wednesday we invited our readers and friends out on the town. A little rain didn’t ruin our parade. Thanks again to everyone who braved the elements to hang out with us, it was a fun night!Read More »
Yesterday was a big day for Enoch Pratt Free Library CEO Carla Hayden. President Obama announced his intent to nominate her to be 14th Librarian of Congress. If confirmed, she would be the first woman and first African American in that post. In the immortal words of our Vice President, …Read More »
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Several mayoral candidates gather for a forum on community development
In truth, nothing particularly funny happened at the Southwest Partnership Candidate Forum Tuesday night. Although, upon entering the church where it was being held, my phone rang (it was on vibrate, I’m not a total heathen) and one of the greeters told me it better be Jesus calling—that was funny. …Read More »
A STYLE Contributor Shared Her Work & Our Editor Shared Her Glasses We had fun at Artifact Coffee's Starts Here! reading last night!
During the Starts Here! reading last night at Artifact Coffee, one of our contributors read from a few of her great STYLE pieces and our editor’s glasses really worked the room!Read More »
Starts Here! Reading Series Tonight at Artifact Coffee STYLE contributor--and Mid-Atlantic Media senior reporter--Melissa Gerr will share her recent work.
Kick off the week in the kickiest way imaginable–go out tonight. Starts Heres! novelist Jen Michalski’s ongoing reading series, in collaboration with the Ivy Bookshop, starts at 7 p.m. At Artifact Coffee: 1500 Union Ave. AND our own Melissa Gerr–digital media editor, managing editor and senior reporter at Mid-Atlantic Media–joins …Read More »
It should come as no surprise: Superstar Maryland chef Cindy Wolf and her restaurant Charleston (co-owned with Tony Foreman)—in Harbor East—are up for more prestigious culinary awards. Wolf has been named a semi-finalist for the James Beard Foundation Award in the Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic category. So this is the …Read More »
Candid Theater The Baltimore Theatre Project wants to get all up in your personal space this weekend. Kassandra Production has traveled from Denmark, the happiest country in the world, to present LET’S GET PERSONAL. The event is, what they’re calling, a satire performance lecture on the everyday demands we face …Read More »
In honor of Black History Month, we asked Rona Sue London of the Ivy Bookshop to recommend relevant children’s books for all ages. Fiction for younger readers: One Word from Sophia by Jim Averback and Yasmeen Ismail My Pen by Christopher Myers Float by Daniel Miyares Last Stop on Market Street …Read More »
Beyond Skin Deep For Everyman Theatre lighting designer Jay Herzog, the current show cuts close to the bone.
Playwright Michael Hollinger’s “Under the Skin,” fresh from its debut in Philadelphia, opened Jan. 29 at Everyman Theatre to critical acclaim. The show, about a father who attempts to reconnect with his estranged daughter for a timely and desperately needed organ donation, is a comedy whose fictional story is something …Read More »