Things to do in Baltimore this week 7/11

If Pokemon Go is giving you the motivation to get out and wander around Baltimore, you really have no excuse.  Pop in to one of these fun activities while you are trying to catch em all!

Monday, July 11

Temple of the TikI
5PM – 12AM
4 W Madison St, Baltimore
Mt. Vernon gets Tiki this Monday, July 11th with the Sugarvale launch of Temple of the Tiki. The bi-weekly island “excursion” features renditions of classic and original exotic concotions brought to you by Andrew & Dave. Drinks begin at 5pm and will run throughout the eve. Our eats menu will be available from the Dooby’s kitchen until 9pm. This Monday also establishes a new day for Sugarvale service, now providing Monday – Saturday.

Ugly, Dirty and Bad (Down and Dirty)
Showing at 7PM
Charles Revival Series
1711 N Charles St, Baltimore
“A master of the commedia all’italiana, Ettore Scola (1931-2016) won Best Director 40 years ago at the Cannes Film Festival for this outrageous ‘satirical tragedy’ about a sub-proletariat household in Rome….Returning to the screen in a beautiful new digital restoration, Scola’s film contains a pitch-perfect blend of hilarity and brutality, which amounts to a brilliant portrait of squalor and cynicism unlike any other.” (Filmlinc)

Mason Dixon MasterChef: Meals on Wheels Night
5:30PM – 8:30PM
Inn at the Colonnade
4 W University Pkwy, Baltimore
Join staff and supporters of Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, Inc at the 2016 Mason Dixon Masterchef Tournament on July 11, 2016.  Chef Brendan McKinney of Tark’s Grill goes head to head with Chef Christopher Vocci of Alexandra’s at Turf Valley in Battle: Comfort Food. 10% of all ticket sales go to Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, Inc.
Buy Tickets Here

Come Together to Heal
6PM – 9PM
Zen and the City Massage and Wellness
4337 Harford Rd, Baltimore
Please come recieve free auricular acupuncture at Zen and the City on Monday evening. When external events cause our emotions to get tangled and stuck, auricular acupuncture can help us smooth out our body, mind and spirit. It is the most powerful when it is shared within community.

㺑S P C T R L NTRST # 11 㺑 Extended Release // Turnip King [NY] // What Nerv
8PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
SPCTRLNTRST is a showcase of eclectic // experimental // electronic // dance music with a penchant for obscuring the lines that divide genres and social circles while redefining traditional curatorial modes
Extended Release :: deep electribe groove
Turnip King (NY) :: shoe rock with a psych gaze
What Nerve (PHL) :: deconstructed tech noise hints of heavy sludge
BASTET :: vague output tech
Suzanne Doogan :: delightfully unique brand of performative poetry
8p Door // Show at 9 @ Crown (Red)

Teavolve’s Open Mic w. Birds with Teeth
7PM – 10PM
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
The Teavolve Open Mic happens every Monday evening with host rob of the band ilyAIMY. The list goes out at around 6pm-ish and often fills fast. As long as you’ve signed up by 7, we’ll fit you in! Performances kick off at 7 and run till 10pm.
Slots are 2 songs / 10 minutes whichever is shortest (this may be reduced as time requires – though really this rarely happens – and occasionally we go around twice when the list be short, but this happens even less) and the venue asks that we be respectful of the audience, which can contain 4 year-olds and 80 year-olds and everything in between, so we aim for a “PG-13” environment. If you have questions about this, ask the host!
Teavolve itself is one of the cooler places you’ll get to either play or see Live entertainment with a full menu of deliciousness and that rare and wondrous thing: white tea sangria.
The night is recorded and broadcast Live at later archived for a couple of weeks at

Baltimore Writers Exchange
6PM – 7:30PM
Enoch Pratt Free Library
1251 Light St, Baltimore
A read and critique group for writers with interest in all forms of writing: poetry, novel, short story, creative nonfiction. Writers of any ability are welcome, as long as there is a desire to accept critique graciously and improve your craft.

Tuesday, July 12

Hidden Kitchen
5:30PM – 9:30PM
Location is a secret!
Baltimore, MD
Baltimore magazine invites you to the second edition of the ultimate underground dining experience at one of Charm City’s hottest spots named in our March 2016 “Best Restaurants” issue. Prepare your taste buds for a one-of-a-kind evening with an exclusive four-course dinner and expertly chosen beer pairings. Here’s the catch: We can’t tell you where . . . yet. The big reveal will come via email the morning of July 12, with a name and location of the Hidden Kitchen host restaurant.
Buy Tickets Here


Standup Comedy at The Windup Space
6PM – ?
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
This will feature the funniest comics in Baltimore/DC area working out new material. Open Mic Comedy hosted by Archie Jamieson. Comic sign up at 8pm, show starts at 8:30pm. There is a Happy Hour Hangout that starts at 6pm with drink specials. Come hang out and watch great standup. Tell your friends!


Pints and Poses for a cause
6:15PM – 9PM
Peabody Heights Brewery, LLC
401 E 30th St, Baltimore
We’re back again and we apologize for skipping last month! This class will be another “Pay what you can” event for Soccer Without Borders – Baltimore. The event is still free if you can’t donate anything at the moment! You can check them out here:!baltimore/c20li 10% of bar sales after the class will go back to Soccer without borders Baltimore! Jodi from The Yoga Service Project will be instructing the class! Space is limited, so RSVP as soon as possible. Christopher John Metz from the The Milestones will be playing sweet ambient jams that will soothe the soul.

Nerd Nite Baltimore 4
7PM – 9PM
De Kleine Duivel
3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore
Welcome, nerds of all kinds, to the fourth ever Nerd Nite Baltimore! Nerd Nite (in over 90 cities around the world!) combines imbibing and learning. Anyone with a passion can be a Nerd Nite speaker! Join us for a night of educational drinking! Nerd Nite Baltimore is a bi-monthly event held at a local bar where information combines wth fun. Talks at Nerd Nite are typically 20 minutes with a rollicking Q&A afterward. The barkeeps at De Kleine Duivel will keep your glasses full of delightful Belgian beer & spirits. (This is a 21 and over venue.)
This July we have three AWESOME speakers lined up for your entertainment:
Topic #1:  Sugar and Other White Powders: Pulling Back the Veil
Topic #2:  The History and Chemistry of Beer
Topic #3:  More than Words: Tales of the Unspeakable Brain
Buy Tickets Here $5

Celebrate Baltimore’s creative community with Creatives at the Market!
7PM – 10PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
The Bmore Creatives have teamed up with Mount Vernon Marketplace &Loupe, for a one night #CreativesattheMarket celebration! The evening will celebrate Baltimore’s creative community with live Jazz by#JeronWhiteTrio, a diverse selection of food and cocktail vendors, and (of course) awesome creative people from all over #Baltimore. Sound like something you’re into? Join us at the Marketplace from 7-10pm on Tuesday, July 12 and get your jam/grub/drink/mingle on.


NEVER SHOUT NEVER at Ottobar TUES July 12th!
6PM -?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
ALL AGE SHOW! 6pm doors- Tickets onsale Fri 5/27 at Charmington’s Cafe and Ottobar!

Author D. Watkins on Living/Dying While Black in America
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Eubie Blake Cultural Center
847 North Howard Street
Best-selling author D. Watkins, “The Beast Side: Living and Dying While Black in America,” will read from his book and offer perspectives on urban challenges since the 2015 Baltimore uprising based on his best-selling book. The event is open to all ages and is FREE to the public. A light reception will precede the Artist Talk. D. Watkins is also the author of “The Cook Up” and “Baltimore’s Son.” He has been published in New York Times, The Guardian, and Salon and is a frequent contributor to NPR and CNN. He holds a Master’s in Education from Johns Hopkins University, an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Baltimore and teaches writing at Coppin State University. d. Watkins was the winner of Baltimore magazine’s “Best Writer” award in 2015.

The Smokers Club Tour 2016
7PM – ?
Rams Head Live
20 Market Pl, Baltimore
Buy Tickets Here


Jon Brady and Jordan August at Corner
9:30PM – 12:30AM
Corner Restaurant and Charcuterie Bar
850 W 36th St, Baltimore
Kenny’s arm is still not at 100% so Jon and I will be kicking it old school again as a dup – this time, ill bring the iPad to get…. weird…. Come on out and boogie with us. Lots of material to be heard. What else are you going to do on a tuesday? And remember – pants are optional.

Meditate in Hampden
6PM – 7:15PM
2050 Rockrose Ave, Baltimore
Join us for a short Dharma talk, meditation instruction, breath-work, and 30-minutes sitting meditation. To these classes Susan brings her years of experience with many different types of meditation including Vedic, Vipassana, Jewish and Buddhist studies. This light-hearted group is a perfect sangha (community) for those seeking a place to meditate and meet others along the path. All levels of meditators are welcome!
Class is facilitated by Susan Weis-Bohlen. Susan has been meditating for over 20 years and has been teaching for nearly 7 years. Many people have been able to create a regular meditation practice by anchoring their week with this group meditation. The benefits of meditation include reducing stress, anxiety, and drama in your life, sleeping better, the ability to manifest desires more easily and to learn that true happiness comes from within.
Wear comfortable clothing. Chairs and meditation cushions provided, but please bring a cushion if you have one. You don’t need to bring anything but yourself. If you can breathe, you can meditate!

7PM – ?
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Separated and Vein are coming through Baltimore, let’s show them the pain.

Wednesday, July 13

Natural Dye Fabrics Workshop – Acacia catechu (Cutch)
5PM – 6:30PM
Rawlings Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
3100 Swann Dr, Baltimore
Free Natural Dye Fabrics Workshop, 5 – 6:30, during the Druid Hill Farmers Market. Join Wax & Wane Fiber for this FREE hands-on natural dye class, and lean how to use cutch, a plant-based pigment, to make fabric art. Cutch was first popularized in India in the district of Gujarat. The city that was known for producing the most cutch dyed work was actually named Kutch. Cutch was used to produce khaki which was used in military uniforms for the region. We will be used a soda ash wash to change the color in the cutch from a light brown to a rose red. Work on large-scale tapestries in collaboration with artists and the other participants. Also, create your own bandana-sized piece to take home. Materials provided. Drop in on the workshop any time, or stay for the whole session. All ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

City Paper’s Sizzlin’ Summer Beach Bash
5:30PM – 8:30PM
The Boathouse Canton, Waterfront Grille
2809 Boston St, Baltimore
Come join City Paper’s first Annual Sizzlin’ Summer Bash! A kick back celebration of the summer season. Guests will enjoy drinks, appetizers and live music from Mambo Combo while overlooking the water at Boathouse Canton (2809 Boston St, Baltimore, MD 21224). Tickets are $25 each and include two drinks and appetizers. Sponsored by Downtown Partnerships, Zip Car, Rev Cycle, Miller Lite, Leinenkugel’s Summer Shandy, Henry’s Hard Soda, Tito’s, and Bayou Rum. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to BARCS.
Buy Tickets Here

Serial Mom at the Senator
8PM – 9:35PM
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore
“‘Serial Mom’ is the strongest film of the post-midnight-movie chapter of John Waters’s career. Successfully uniting his classic themes of celebrity, crime, exploitation filmmaking, the horrors of suburban interior design, and the idiocy of American politesse, ‘Serial Mom’ stars Kathleen Turner as Beverly Sutphin, a cheerful but mutedly uppity housewife who serves up waffles and maternal advice while swatting flies with glee and none too silently clicking her tongue when she spies her neighbors forgetting to recycle. While Beverly’s doting, June Cleaver-worthy fastidiousness is taken as a minor anomaly in 1990s America, most who encounter her take her retrograde attitudes as a welcome return to traditional American values. The problem comes when those same people don’t live up to her standards…” (Eric Henderson, Slant)

Whiskey Wednesday Is Finally Here!
5PM – 12AM
Bookmakers Cocktail Club
31 E Cross St, Baltimore
Did you miss out last week? Did you join us and had so much fun you can’t wait to do it again?!  Join us again this week for Whiskey Wednesday, when we offer 50% Off Whiskey* (Bourbon, Rye, Scotch, Asian, etc) from 5pm til midnight. If you have been here before you know how insane this deal is, considering you have almost 300 whiskies to choose from!
*All whiskey will be offered neat or on the rocks. There are a handful of rare whiskies that will not be offered due to such limited availability.


Old Line Spirits Summer Tasting
7PM – 10PM
Bookmakers Cocktail Club
31 E Cross St, Baltimore
Mark McLaughlin and Arch Watkins, former Naval Flight Officers with a lifelong love of whiskey met Bob Stilnovich, a founder of Golden Distillery while on a trip to Seattle. Bob, a fellow veteran, was ready to retire, so a deal was struck to pass on his recipes—and more importantly, his extensive whiskey-making knowledge. Mark and Arch set off for Washington State, where they mastered the art of distilling under Bob’s guidance. With their apprenticeship complete, they acquired Golden, and with his blessing, moved the distillery to their hometown of Baltimore.
Old Line Spirits will be providing sample tastings of their American Single Malt Whiskey. Beverage Director Ryan Sparks will offer 2 housemade cocktails using the spirit for only $7 each, as well as neat pours of the Single Malt for only $5. Chef Nelson will also have 3 appetizer specials to pair with the whiskey. For every Old Line product you purchase you will receive 1 raffle ticket that makes you eligible to win an empty 10 gallon barrel that will be given away that night.

GK Presents: Direct Hit! / The Hellstroms / Pkew Pkew Pkew/ Problem Daughter
8PM – ?
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
DIRECT HIT! (WI) Fat Wreck Chords
PKEW PKEW PKEW (Toronto) Royal Mountain Records
PROBLEM DAUGHTER (SLC) Dying Scene Records
7pm $10/$12 18+ under 21

Best Friendsdays Week 2: 3lon : Holographic Sticker Club : Cvltlife : Ponyo : Spike Dronze : DJ Space Dinosaur
8PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
The Sneaks and The Broom Factory Factory – BFF present Best Friendsdays.
EVERY WEDNESDAY IS BEST FRIENDS DAY. Free shows at the Crown. Every Wed in July. No cover. All proceeds go to FreeState Justice. Provides free legal services to fight discrimination. (
The Holographic Sticker Club
Elon Battle
-Ponyo (Antonio Harper)
-Cvltlife (Jay Lawson, Han Dogan)
-Spike Dronze (Battlestar Gadlacticis, Matthew Creedon)
-Space Dinosaur (DJ)
-Dijon Muscles (DJ)

MOVEZ hits Canton!
6:30PM – 9:30PM
La Tolteca: Boston St
2324 Boston St, Baltimore
yes… it’s finally happening! MOVEZ classes are now being offered in CANTON! You’ve seen the videos on FB & IG, and now you can work your Body, WERK that bawdy! and join the ultimate SWEAT & SLAY class right in City! Classes Every Wednesday- 2324 Boston St. 21224 Drop In – $10 Packages also available!

Whiskey Wednesdays: Belle Meade Bourbon
5PM – 8PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Come and try an excellent sour-mash bourbon with shot and food specials.  You can also get a great deal on bottle pricing to take one home with you!

Thursday, July 14

First Annual Feast for Farms and Families
All Day
Restaurants all over Baltimore
Feast with a purpose! On Thursday, July 14th, treat yourself to an extended lunch break, ice cream happy hour, or date night to support the Maryland Farmers Market Association’s Maryland Market Money program (MMM). Participating restaurants will generously donate a percentage of sales to MMM, which provides bonus dollars for food-insecure households to purchase fresh, healthy food from local farmers at Maryland farmers markets. It’s a win-win: improving food access while supporting local producers!
Join us at Artifact Coffee, Atwater’s, Bean Rush Cafe, Bertucci’s, Breaking Bread Page, The Brewer’s Art, The Charmery, Ev & Maddy’s, HEX Ferments at Belvedere Square, Joe Squared, Catonsville Peace A Pizza,Praline Bakery & Bistro, Red Canoe, and Sugarvale to take part!

Bastille day : let’s celebrate Bastille day with a feast : a peasants feast !!
6PM – ?
3520 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore
Our menu is prix fixe and features a total of 6 dishes that change weekly. Diners may opt for all 6 courses for $65 or choose 3 of the 6 for $45. Always seasonal & local. Only communal tables!!! Menu to come within a couple of days, stay tuned !

 Young Blood 2016 Opening Reception
6PM – 9PM
Maryland Art Place

218 W Saratoga St, Baltimore

Exhibition Dates: July 14 – August 20, 2016
Every year MAP’s Program Advisory Committee (PAC) curates Young Blood, an annual exhibition of works by recent Baltimore-area Masters of Fine Art graduates. The exhibition includes emerging artists from area colleges such as Maryland Institute College of Art, Towson and The University of Maryland College Park.
This years Young Blood exhibition includes:
Tom Boram (UMBC, MFA Intermedia and Digital Arts)
Elena Debold (UMBC, MFA Intermedia and Digital Arts)
Sarah Eargle (Towson)
Taha Heydari (MICA, Hoffberger School of Painting)
Kei Ito (MICA, MFA Photographic and Electronic Media)
Andrew Paul Keiper (MICA, MFA Photographic and Electronic Media)
Dane Winkler (UMCP)
Jowita Wyszomirska (UMCP)
To date, Young Blood has provided an important post-graduate artistic platform for 72 transitioning Masters of Fine Arts students. Since 2008 this program has continually brought recent graduates together to make new connections and present special selections from their thesis exhibitions.

Jazz Night at Cunningham’s!
6PM – 9PM
1 Olympic Pl, Towson
Join us on July 14th from 6-8 pm for Jazz Night featuring Cold Spring Jazz Quartet. Happy hour runs from 5-7 pm.


Let them eat cake!
6PM – 1AM
1709 N. Charles St.
Station North, Baltimore
Come to our pre-Artscape/La fete nationale party! DJ Impulse, Chris Brooks and Rob Macy are here to storm the Bastille! Booze, wine and beer! Marie Antoinette will be here slingin’ cake. Charles St. will be closed due to Artscape set-up. Let’s party like it’s 1789 or heads will roll…

Summer Etched Glass Class
6:30PM – 9PM
Delia Foley’s
1439 S Charles St, Baltimore
Join us for our summer etched glass class. These glasses are darling!! Perfect to add to your summer collection or they make a wonderful gift! You’ll choose at the time of payment whether you want the crab set (4 crabs) OR the beach set (crab, flip flops, starfish, anchor). You’ll also get to choose wine glasses OR beer stouts. All materials are provided—just bring some friends! We’ll walk you through each step while you enjoy drinks and food from Delia’s. Glasses are dishwasher safe!

Belvedere Mafia Murder Dinner
6:30PM – 9:30PM
Belvedere & Co. Events
1 E Chase St, Baltimore
Belvedere & Co. Events announces Mafia Murders, an audience-interactive comedy/murder mystery dinner theatre, presented by Ovation Dinner Theatre.
– Admission Includes the show and fabulous three course meal
– Cash Bar Available
– Reservations Required
– Free Validation Parking, if you park in the garage at 1017 N. Charles Street.
First Course: Caprese Salad, Balsamic Vinaigrette
Second Course: Entree Duet – Spinach & Ricotta Stuffed Chicken with Marsala Sauce AND Roasted Sirloin Steak with fresh herb crust, port wine demi glace.
Third Course: Mixed Berry Shortcake
Buy Tickets Here


Terrarium Building Workshop
6:30PM – 8PM
3 Bean Coffee
209 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Join us at 3 Bean Coffee for a fun evening of terrarium building. Choose your own unique, re-purposed container, and learn everything you need to know to create a beautiful, long-lasting terrarium. These will be planted with humidity loving, tropical plants. Perfect for any space in your home or office that gets indirect sunshine. B.Willow provides all supplies including containers. No discounts will be given if you bring your own, sorry! Workshop will last approx. 1.5 hours.
Tickets are $45

Crabaret–our 14th Annual
6:30PM – 10PM
Gertrude’s Restaurant
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
Join us at Crabaret for a sensational summer sunset, live in the BMA’s sculpture garden, to benefit House of Ruth Maryland. Feast on Chef John Shields’ crabby concoctions complimented by a bevy of beer from Heavy Seas, and dance the night away under the stars!..s. You can also make a bid on fantastic items in our silent and live auctions! Make sure to buy your ticket now for summer’s best outdoor party!
Buy Tickets Here


Fit Before Flicks: Tours de Federal Hill Bike Ride #1
6:30PM – 8PM
Race Pace Bicycles – Baltimore
1410 Key Hwy, Baltimore
AVAM & Race Pace Bicycles are teaming up once again for the annual Tours de Federal Hill bike rides – offered on 2 different Flicks nights! See the local sights & scenery from the seat of your 2-wheeler on these relaxed, evening rides. Each night, we’ll meet at 6:30pm at Race Pace Bicycles (1410 Key Hwy), then pedal through the historic neighborhoods & parks of Federal Hill, ending at AVAM around 8pm – just in time for you to visit the museum & catch the free Flicks From The Hill movie at 9pm! Bring your own bike, or rent one from Race Pace Federal Hill (please call ahead to reserve as supply is limited: 410-986-0001); helmets, lights & locks are encouraged too. After the ride, take a stroll through our current exhibition: The Big Hope Show, as the museum is OPEN & FREE from 5pm to 9pm on Flicks nights. Then grab a blanket and relax under the stars while you enjoy the free outdoor movies on Federal Hill – part of AVAM’s critically acclaimed, free outdoor film series: Flicks From The Hill.

Flicks From The Hill: Best in Show
9PM – 11PM
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Hwy, Baltimore
A colorful array of characters compete at a national dog show. (IMDB)
Food Trucks: Slainte on Wheels, Miss Twist
ABOUT FLICKS: Thursdays: July 7–August 25 • FREE movies @ 9pm on Federal Hill • AVAM Open & Free 5–9pm on Flicks nights • Pre-Flicks events each night of the series!
Grab a blanket, picnic under the stars, and watch a great film selection inspired by AVAM’s current exhibition, “The Big Hope Show.” The Hughes Family Outdoor Theater features seating for more than a thousand on the natural amphitheater formed by Federal Hill; a 30-foot wide screen held from above by Adam Kurtzman’s “Giant Golden Hand;” a twinkling view of the city; and an amazing, all-ages, community experience that is FREE! AVAM’s #Flicks series was listed by Travel + Leisure Magazine as one of the “World’s Best Free Things,” and won City Paper’s 2014 Best of Baltimore award for “Best Rain or Shine Event.” And don’t forget: the museum is OPEN & FREE between 5pm and 9pm on Flicks nights!

Comedy Night: Asperger’s Are Us
7PM – 10PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Asperger’s Are Us is the first comedy troupe consisting of openly autistic people. As they say, “We’re not a charity and we’re not poking fun at Asperger’s. We’re absurd.” For the members of the Massachusetts sketch comedy troupe, it’s easier to associate with a faceless audience than with their own families. No matter who’s in the crowd, best friends Noah, New Michael, Jack, and Ethan have one simple mantra: “We would much rather have the audience appreciate us as comedians than people who have overcome adversity.” In 2016, a documentary film about their work was screened at SXSW, and was picked up by Netflix where it will available this fall.
Who should come to this show? As the troupe states: “As always, all performances are appropriate for anyone who’s started puberty.”
Ric Royer will open the evening. Ric Royer from Psychic Readings Co, will sing and dance and melt hearts with Magic Clap, a new type of clapping. This will be his first public appearance after a terrible car accident left him really messed up.
7pm | $15, $12 mbrs | + $3 at the door
Buy Tickets Here

FArtscape: A Celebration of Comedic Civil Disobedience
8PM – 9:30PM
Ryleigh’s Oyster Mount Vernon
1225 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Kicking off Artscape weekend with a special edition of our weekly Thursday night comedy series! FArtscape: A Celebration of Comedic Civil Disobedience!
$1 Oysters! $2 Rolling Rock Pints! $3 PBR Tall Boy Cans! $4 Craft Beers! $5 32oz Natty Boh drafts! $6 Wines! + Full Food & Cocktail Menus! FREE JOKES & LAUGHS!
Tonight’s headliner:Chris Milner (host of Specific Ignorance /
plus… Matt Baetz, Joe Gilpin, Bryan Preston, Ross Benoit, Danny Charnley, Lyle Drescher, Liz P Curtis, Kimberly Ambrose, Jim Bryan, and Hosted by Mike Quindlen

Barre to Barre with Langermanns
6PM – 9PM
The Can Company
2400 Boston St, Baltimore
Please join us for a taste of Pure Barre and a taste of Langermanns! We will be having a pop up class starting at 6:00PM on the lawn of the Can Company, then extended happy hour specials at Langermanns. We will be accepting donations for the One Love Foundation and cant wait to show everyone what Pure Barre is all about!

Bastille Day Wine & Cheese Tasting
5PM – 7PM
La Folie Wine Bar & Steak Frites
2903 O’Donnell Street, Baltimore
Ooh La La! Francophiles come celebrate French National Day with us. We will have complimentary wine tasting featuring traditional bistro wines and our soon to be famous Frosé.

Artist Industry Night
4PM – 7PM
Dovecote Cafe
2501 Madison Ave, Baltimore
It’s time for an Artist Mash-Up!!! Regardless of Medium (i.e. Painters, Dancers, Musicans, Rappers, Singers, Performers, Photographers, Videographers, all y’all) pull up for Cocktails, Kick-back, Collaboration, and the Pre-Weekend Pop-Off!

Happy Hour for Roberto Lugo
5PM – 9PM
Pen & Quill
1701 N Charles St, Baltimore
Baltimore Clayworks is pleased to announce a happy hour for Visiting Artist, Roberto Lugo. Lugo will be visiting Baltimore to work with our Community Arts program. Help us kick off his visit with a happy hour to support his housing at LABStudios!
Also being celebrated are “Postcards From Baltimore” a collection of postcards that feature Baltimore artists’s work, and is curated by residents of 1720 Saint Paul Street, and produced by Life After Boring Studios (LABStudios). Curators Joseph Faura, Brittney-Elizabeth Williams, Tori McReynolds and Jaimes Mayhew chose works that reflect on loss and renewal. Sets of cards will be for sale at the happy hour.

Colebrook Road – Quimby Mountain Band – Skribe
8PM – ?
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Quimby Mountain Band
Known for their incredible live performances, Quimby Mountain Band is quickly reaching new heights as they have opened up for several major acts in the last few months.
In concert, the band plays predominately originals with a sound that spans a wide range of genres, with parts funk, blues, southern rock, reggae and soul mixed in, or as band members like to say, “We are all over the place.” Some of their music has a jam-like flare to it, but the band isn’t confined to any one style, which makes them unique in their approach and good reason for celebration among their rabid following.
Colebrook Road
Drive through central Pennsylvania’s countryside and you’re bound to end up crossing one of the many thoroughfares called Colebrook Road. Take a listen to the sound of hard-driving original bluegrass and you’ll find a band that shares the same name comprised of members from vast musical backgrounds. The band started as a bunch of guys living in the Harrisburg, PA area connected by a love of acoustic music. Since then, the group has changed and expanded through many shows across the mid-atlantic region and the release of its first full length studio album featuring 10 original songs. With a sound that combines traditional straight-drive bluegrass with modern tonalities, technical playing, tight vocal harmonies, and a unique voice based on large amounts of original composition, Colebrook Road brings interest and excitement to their music and their audience.
Skribe travels from town to town in a blue hearse spreading his own blend of garage folk: An unpretentious soulful sub-genre that draws from roots Americana & the 60’s garage rock spirit. Skribe’s non-stop live presence has ignited musical collaborations with the areas most skilled musicians & generated a cultured following. This amazing scene helped crowdfund & launch skribe’s recent 12″ LP. The fine tuned production of ‘Less Is More’ showcases the artists’ growth & raw soulful dynamic. Whatever the fidelity, skribe’s blooming creative career should not be considered a rolling stone…it’s a boulder.

Dave Matthews’ Dreaming Tree Wine Tasting
5PM – 7PM
1444 Light St, Baltimore
Enjoy 3 four once glasses of Dave Matthews’ The Dreaming Tree varietals. His collaboration with a California wine maker produces easy drinking flavorful wine. Their area wine rep will be on hand to elaborate. Bread, cheese, & fruit to nibble on.
And of course Dave Matthews’ music!

Friday, July 15

Artscape 2016
Jul 15 at 11 AM to Jul 17 at 8 PM
140 W Mount Royal Ave, Baltimore
Artscape returns to Baltimore on Friday, July 15 and Saturday, July 16 from 11am to 9pm and Sunday, July 17 from 11am to 8pm on Mount Royal Avenue and North Charles Street. The theme for this year’s Artscape is “Space: Explore What’s Out There,” which is incorporated throughout the festival’s visual and performing arts programming. The 2016 festival is headlined by Wyclef Jean on Friday, July 15 at 7:30pm, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones on Saturday, July 16 at 7:30pm and the Legendary Burning Spear on Sunday, July 17 at 6:30pm on the BGE Main Stage at the Maryland Institute College of Art. For a complete schedule of music performances, visit or download the Artscape 2016 app.


Summer Social Featuring Loose Ties
5PM – 8PM
West Shore Park – Inner Harbor
501 Light Street, Baltimore
Bring a blanket and enjoy a fun, family-friendly evening at West Shore Park, featuring live music by Loose Ties, Gypsy Queen and Dunkin Donuts food trucks, beer, wine and mixed drinks, Not Your Fathers Floats and ice cream courtesy of The Charmery and the Walter Sondheim Interactive Fountain. Summer Socials are always free to attend.

Motor House x Artscape: 90s Dance Party
8PM – 12AM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Celebrate the glory days of the 90s with sounds from The Loneliest Monk! No scrubs allowed. $5


Artscape Afterparty
9PM – 12AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Line Up:
Raven Knight
Keyboard Comrade


ROUGH TRADE Presents: The Seth Bogart Show w/ Wet Brain, Ellen Degenerate, Molly Rhinestones
9PM -?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
ROUGH TRADE Presents The Seth Bogart Show with special guests WET BRAIN, Ellen Degenerate, Molly Rhinestones and more TBA!!
The Seth Bogart SHOW is the new live televisual performance starring Seth Bogart (formerly of Hunx & His Punx and Gravy Train). The performance features a video backdrop (inspired by Pee Wee’s Playhouse and Liquid Television) set to music inspired by Radio Disney, Kraftwerk , Le Tigre, Broadcast + Nina Hagen. The live show was tested for the first time this summer in France, and became an art installation in LA at 356 S. Mission Rd this fall.18+ // $5 admission, $8 after 10pm!!
Buy Tickets Here

4 Hours of Funk :: Artscape 2016 :: Graham & Fleg + Trevski
9PM – 2AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
4 HOURS OF FUNK ARTSCAPE 2016! Last Month’s 7 year anniversary was incredible as predicted. Thank you all for the support, now let’s dance some more! We pride ourselves on being a party that is all inclusive and is about the music, dancing and occasionally having a drink or two 😉 Come through and add to the vibe!
Cost: Free before 10:00 5 Bux After!

Artscape After Party w/ Illiterate Light / Shagwüf / Z-Plan//The Swedish Fist
9PM – ?
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Illiterate Light – VA experimental rock duo singing songs since 1971!!!!! Two best friends that bonded over a love for heirloom artichokes and traditional values (traditional meaning pre-axial age). Don’t let the suburbs infiltrate the mountains (
Shagwüf – Shagwüf isn’t reinventing the wheel, just putting a cool spin on a tried and true concept.. Stylistically they are reminiscent of LA’s ‘X’, with a little nod to ‘the Pixies’ while leaning a little more towards the punk end of the hard rock spectrum with just the right amount of hard blues and psychedelia to invoke early metal pioneers like ‘Black Sabbath’, all wrapped up in a slightly twangy, swampy package that is sure to keep your head banging. Members of Tom, Hanks shagwü
Z Plan – pop, music, over-easy eggs, country ham, biscuits & gravy, melody music, nice chords, kid friendly, pop tarts, songs about love, interesting, very interesting, songs not about love, do a back flip

The Players Band at Nick’s Fish House
7PM – 11PM
Nick’s Fish House
2600 Insulator Dr, Baltimore
Approaching their 500th show since their founding in 1999, The Players
Band continues to deliver sweet Jamaican ska, rock, and reggae sounds
to festival and club crowds across the Mid-Atlantic region.

Odd Maude Girls Presents: Ain’t Love a Drag?
7PM – ?
Baltimore Free Farm
3510 Ash St, Baltimore
Odd Maude Girls Presents their second annual Drag show, “Ain’t Love a Drag”. Get ready to fall in love with our many wonderful performers.  Hosted by the most charming twins in Baltimore, Connie and Connor Lyngus!
Performers: Natasha Burzynski, Maiden Raven, Evan DeGenderless , Tiger Lily , Good Will-Helmina, Spam , Miss Ovation, Alexander Heroine, And Kira Klonopin
Stage Kittens: Mr.Buttersworth and Jade Abarai
Doors open at 7. Show starts at 8. The show is free. Theres a suggested Donation of $8 but what ever you’d like to donate is fine too. All proceeds at door and in donation jar go towards the Baltimore Free Farm and the Pulse Victims Fund.

Saturday, July 16

GRAND Opening: AsanaRoots Yoga Studio
11AM – 6PM
1707 N. Charles St, Baltimore
AsanaRoots is proud and extremely excited to invite you to join us for our GRAND OPENING this coming ArtScape weekend! Get out of the heat and check out one of many FREE micro classes (15-10min) to experience some of the offerings you now have access to! Acroyoga, Yin Yoga, Vinyasa, Hatha, Kundalini, Beginners yoga and more, now just a block north of Pennsylvania Station (Baltimore)!! Feel free to drop by any time between 11am and 6pm Saturday the 16th and Sunday the 17th to beat the heat and drop into your bodies!!!

Free Yoga
8:30AM – 9:45AM
Mount Vernon Place
699 Washington Pl, Baltimore
Come experience the Conservancy’s sponsored free Yoga – Mount Vernon Place – East Square. Bring your own mat and water bottle. Appropriate for all levels. Yoga continues outside every Sat. through Sept. 24. Thanks to instructor Jude Asher for leading this group!

No Pants Flash Mob at Artscape!
1PM – 5PM
Corner of Charles and Lafayette Streets, Baltimore
[TAKE OFF YOUR PANTS AND JOIN US!] We’re taking off our pants in the streets to start a dialogue about Respect- Because everyone is deserving of Respect. No matter how they dress or look, no matter their sexual preference or gender identity, NO MATTER WHAT.
[WHEN AND WHERE] On Saturday July 16th, find us hanging out on the corner of Charles and Lafayette Streets- just beyond the Charles theater and right in the heart of Artscape. Pick up some fliers, then head out to enjoy Artscape with your friends!  At 2pm sharp, no matter where you are at the festival, take off your pants!! Just walk about casually, enjoying the sights and delicious food, and acting as if you barely notice that you’re not wearing pants- and if anyone asks or looks interested, hand them a flier and start a revolution!
[WHY] If we are to see an end to hate, including but not limited to victim blaming, shaming, racism, discrimination, transphobia, cat calling and bullying, we need to learn to accept and be tolerant of differences rather than judge them. By taking off our pants, we hope to draw attention to ourselves, and to ask others to explore the question- do I deserve to be disrespected just because I am not just like you? While taking off your pants might be silly and evoke a few giggles from passers by, the underlying message is as clear as it is important- we ALL deserve to be comfortable in our skin, we all deserve to be met with respect.
[WHO] Those of every gender, color and size are encouraged to join the movement! Though not wearing pants is legal, participants are encouraged to wear full underwear, briefs or boxers, not thongs or G strings.

Barre & Brunch open house
10AM – 12PM
The Bar Method Baltimore
Fells Point, Baltimore
Join us at 300 S. Collington across from beautiful Patterson Park for a morning of FREE Bar Method and brunch! Learn more about The Bar Method Baltimore and enjoy a healthy brunch from Whole Foods. Class from 10-11am, brunch and mingle until 12pm. Please wear socks, and exercise pants that cover the knee. Clients must be 13 to attend, clients under 18 will need a parents signature.

Yoga to Save the Bay
9AM – ?
Fells Point Pier
Baltimore, Maryland
Every third Saturday of the month SID Yoga will hold a donation class in which 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Blue Water Baltimore and our mission to restore local waterways. Classes will be held June 18, July 16, and August 20. So bring you water bottle and yoga mats and let’s help make a difference in the growing movement for clean water! Classes will be held in Fells Point on the Pier next to Barcocina. Free metered parking until 10 am. No registration required to join the class.


Alien: Baltimore :: New paintings by Matt Muirhead
2PM – 5PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
ALIEN: BALTIMORE :: New paintings by Matt Muirhead
Matt Muirhead is a self-taught screenprinter, luthier, and installation artist. He works primarily with homemade silkscreens and prints images that range from monsters, spaceships, row houses, pop culture icons, tentacles, and most especially his beloved cats. Matt finds his home in Baltimore and brings the city into his paintings. In his show ALIEN:BALTIMORE he doubles down on the science fiction and brings it home to coincide with the theme of this year’s ARTSCAPE, happening right outside the gallery doors.


Grow your Own Spirulina
4PM – 9PM
Charm City Farms
1310 Hillman St, Baltimore
Cultivate an understanding of our blue-green ally. The course begins with a visual presentation accompanied by a disquisition into the history of Spirulina and its potential for food, remediation, and application in permaculture systems. We will have the opportunity to look at a few morphs or “species” of Spirulina Arthrospira platensis, A. maxima, and Spirulina Major under a compound microscope, and through the projector. Near the end of the workshop there will be a demonstration of a few Spirulina recipes for people to enjoy a phycophage “The Eating of Algae”. *** Space is limited to 15 ***
Buy Tickets Here Cost: $40

A 2Geeky Comedy Seance!
8PM – ?
Charm City Comedy Project
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Bunny is running her own show where she invites hilarious comedians to share the jokes they love that are so geeky/nerdy/esoteric they never land in a comedy club setting. This month’s theme is a comedy seance, Bunny will be talking about the ouija board’s Baltimore origins and maybe summon a few ghosts! FREE!

Motor House x Artscape: Soul Space Stories
12PM – 6PM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Explore what Motor House gallery residents have been up to during our Artscape gallery open house hours. Soul Space Stories will be an exhibition for Motor House artists to explore the dynamics of how space can be defined, expressed, and interpreted in a wide variety of media and stylistic genres.

Motor House x Artscape: Rufus Roundtree and Da B’More Brass Factory
9:30PM – 12:30AM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Serving up a healthy dose of the “Balti Gras” sound. The place where “The Wire” meets “Treme”. Welcome to BaltimOrleans!!!! This brass band takes Baltimore music and mixes it with New Orleans, and Mardi Gras elements. Rufus Roundtree and da B’more Brass Factory re-imagine R&B and hip-hop tunes by adding soul, jazz, and funk details. $10


Alex Knopf’s last Red Maple Party!
10PM – 2AM
Red Maple
930 N Charles St, Ste 1, Baltimore
It is with a heavy heart that I have to say that Red Maple is being sold. But it is with pride that I come out of promotion retirement one last time to help make it’s final party go out with a bang! Three years ago I came out of party retirement to help bring order to the Baltimore Russian Community nightlife (and to escape a few of my own demons through sweet self destruction)… The result was the Goldin Gun Entertainment era that followed my resurgeance and my partnership with my good friend Felixx Gold and our amazing relationship with Leonard Clarke and Red Maple. It was like a second wind that revitalized the golden era of local Russian style parties in our amazing city. While I once again retired from the scene to focus on perusing other ventures in my personal and professional life, I feel almost obligated to return to the scene one last time in order to help support the good friends that have made so many of my nights memorable for many years to come! Come join me for my final Red Maple Crusade, where I shall boldly wage war against sobriety and boredom!  Our final party will feature a great list of versatile DJs performing consecutive 30 minute sets. Tony Smooth and Marat Leon are confrirmed… the final list shall be updated shortly!

Sunday, July 17

SHANE at the Senator
Showing at 10AM
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore
“Looked at a certain way, the entire story of ‘Shane’ is simply a backdrop against which the hero can play out his own personal repression and remorse. The movie is conventionally seen as the story of farmers standing up to the brutal law of the gun in the Old West, with a lone rider helping a settler hold onto his land in the face of hired thugs.
Look a little more carefully and you find that the rider and the farmer’s wife feel an attraction for one another. And that Shane is touched by the admiration of young Joey, the son of the farm couple.  It’s not that a greater truth lurks in the depths of George Stevens’ ‘Shane’. It’s that all of these levels coexist, making the movie more complex than a simple morality play.” (Roger Ebert)

Sunday Munch: Trout Steak Revival
11AM – 2PM
Hollywood Diner Food Truck Park
400 E Saratoga St, Baltimore
This will be an extra special Sunday Munch series as we are honored to be hosting Denver’s Emmy Award winning and Telluride Bluegrass Festival competition champion TROUT STEAK REVIVAL! The Marinara Bros. (Shane Haddaway/Drew Kiniri) will bekicking things off and jamming at set break!  Let’s celebrate Baltimore’s favorite farmers market & food truck gathering with a family friendly event, music & , of course, food trucks. Bring the whole family! Bring a blanket, a chair, and a smile. Be prepared for some of the best hand crafted bloody mary’s, an array of mimosas featuring fresh juices along with other tasty treats. Food trucks will be available for lunch, Art vendors will be available for purusing, Friends will be available to boogie with.

Brews & Crabs with Long Trail & Otter Creek Brewing Co.
2PM – ?
Knottypine Baltimore
801 S Conkling St, Baltimore
We steam Maryland crabs in house every Sunday beginning at 2PM. Crabs are sold individually so enjoy as little or as many as you wish. $2 each!!  Help us welcome Long Trail & Otter Creek Brewing Co. We’ll be featuring 2 Vermont breweries with draft & bucket specials and a FREE pint glass with the purchase of your first LT or OC beer!! Our full menu is available as well as Corn on the Cob & Potato Salad, Crab Cakes, Steamed Shrimp, & more.

Sotto Sopra’s Opera Night – 5 course Italian dinner & live Opera
6PM – 9PM
Sotto Sopra Restaurant
405 N Charles St, Baltimore
Summer is here and it is hot out there, chill with us for an evening of tantalizing Sotto Sopra cuisine. Our performers will regale you with your favorite arias that tell the stories of lives and loves both won and lost. Hear their amazing voices as they envelop Sotto Sopra’s 19th century dining room. The acoustics are amazing, the singers engaging and the food—aah, the food reflects the deft hand that is Italian.
Karen Myers Rhodovi, Soprano, Paul McIlvaine, Tenor, Tom Hetrick, Pianist
Beef Bresaola / Melon Arugula Salad
Shitake and Cauliflower Risotto/Port Wine Glaze
Lemon Sorbetto
Pan Seared Grouper with potato pancake, sautéed zucchini and spaghetti with cherry tomato,olive and parsley wine butter sauce
Pear Almond Tart with Strawberry sauce.
$58 Per Person Includes multi course dinner and live entertainment (excludes beverages, tax and gratuity)
*Credit card guaranteed tickets are required for Opera Night. Parties cancelling their tickets 48 hours prior and no shows to Opera Night will be billed $50 per person in their party.

Tiny Rhymes, Letitia Van Sant, Pennington at The Alchemy of Art
7PM – 11PM
The Alchemy of Art
1637 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Tiny Rhymes will be playing at Alchemy of Art Gallery alongside Pennington and Letitia Van Sant. Doors open at 7, music starts at 8. BYOB. $10.

Mounted Air Plants + Botany Lesson!
5PM – 7PM
Artifact Coffee
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
Join us for an afternoon of botany and plant-making. Create your own mounted Air plant display on drift wood, and learn a ton about these interesting plants! $45 Tickets include all supplies.
Buy Tickets Here

Roots Cafe: Jesse Palidofsky and Doug Stevenson
5PM – 6:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Roots Cafe Singer-Songwriter Series
Jesse Palidofsky (Top-Ten on the Folk Radio DJ Charts) & Doug Stevenson (leader of the roots-rock bands Doug Stevenson and The Spades and Raised by Wolves) perform their own songs in the round with your singing host Geoffrey Himes.
Tickets: $10 in advance / $13 at door

Fine & Mellow – July
6PM – 9PM
13.5% Wine Bar
1117 W 36th St, Baltimore
Unwind from the weekend with Fine & Mellow every Sunday at 13.5% Wine Bar, featuring the best jazz acts in town. No cover! 7/17: MICHAEL RAITZYK


Artscape After Party at the Depot (curated by Pretend Industries)
7PM – 1AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
An Artscape After Party curated by Pretend Industries.
performances by
-Bag of Humans
-Squaring the Circle
-Low Power
-Scant Locations #scantlocations
-My Useless Self
visual artists- Nicholas Cellinese, E Marie Erb, Rob Parrish, Rebekah Lorraine Powers, Danny Lorden. (art will be displayed/for sale during all of Artscape.)

Art Escape (Artscape Afterparty)
8PM – 12AM
The Escape Artists
827 North Charles St., Baltimore
Come and party with the Escape Artists and Artists Compound after Artscape.
Enjoy music by the one and only Bart Shifflet along with amazing art by local artists.
We will have snacks and refreshments. $10 at the door


– Lindsey

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