“I always say I couldn’t afford ‘Elizabeth,’” laughs Beth Rosenwald, founding partner of nearly two-decade old Pikesville- based wealth management company The Rosenwald Team. Having been “in the business” for the past 28 years, though, Rosenwald knows what it takes to afford and save for an ample retirement. She first …Read More »
Real Estate State of Mind Why a cool head—and professional support— are essential when buying real estate.
Whether you buy or build, moving into the home of your dreams is an exciting prospect. But buyer beware, the process can turn into a nightmare quickly without preparation. The quickest pathway to disaster for a buyer is a dose of overconfidence. “Buyers [sometimes] contact us thinking they don’t need …Read More »
THURSDAY 9 Theater: Undercurrent Festival For their “Theatre For Now”-themed festival, Single Carrot will put on four concurrent plays in three weeks: race-based solo performance “The Bitter Game,” right wing exploration “MOM BABY GOD,” Baltimore tale “Kids on Bikes” and video-game metaphoric “You Are the Hero.” Ticket prices vary, and …Read More »
Weekend Plans: What to Do 3/3-3/5 March into the weekend with a full slate of arts and entertainment.
FRIDAY 3 Art: The Nature of Reality In The Nature of Reality, Sowebo- based wife-and-husband artists Pat Dennis and Robert F.X. Giroux explore the personal and the political with insight and verve. Free. March 2 to April 1, with an opening reception on March 5, at the MAX Gallery. Theater: …Read More »
THURSDAY 9 Art: Tamar Guimarães & Kasper Akhøj The newest BMA Black Box exhibition celebrates the work of these talented filmmakers with a looped screening of “Captain Gervasio’s Family,” a psycho-spiritual 14-minute film. Free. Through June 11 in the Black Box. Lecture: Baltimore Brew James Boicourt tells the tale of …Read More »
THURSDAY 26 Theater: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Feel the earth move with this fantastic production. Read our review here. Tickets: $42-$174. Jan 24-29 at the Hippodrome. Convention: Baltimore Boat Show The Baltimore Boat Show is dropping its anchor at Baltimore Convention Center—browse through hundreds of the latest boat models …Read More »
THURSDAY 19 Theater: Samsara In Lauren Yee’s comedic Samsara, Katie and Craig are having a surrogate baby with Suraiya, an aspiring doctor from India who’s growing a “smart-mouthed fetus” in her womb (they chat, incidentally). All three—make that four—inject their respective neuroses into the budding equation. Tickets: $15-$29. Jan. 18-Feb. …Read More »
FRIDAY 6 Music: Jimmie’s Chicken Shack Performing a curious hybrid of funk, metal, reggae, ska and alternative rock—sometimes all in the same song—Annapolis-based Jimmie’s Chicken Shack has remained surprisingly pertinent since it emerged in the midst of the early-1990s grunge explosion Tickets: $10-$20. 8 p.m. at Rams Head Live. Art: …Read More »
THURSDAY 29 Theater: A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder Why are all the D’Ysquiths dying? Find out in this production of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, winner of the 2014 Tony Award for Best Musical. Follow Monty Navarro in his macabre quest of jumping the line of …Read More »
On Thursday, December 8, shoppers and children of all ages gathered at The Shops At Kenilworth for their annual Night of Smart Shopping. Everyone enjoyed special deals, music and holiday fun!Read More »