Things to do in Baltimore this week 9/5

Hello friends!  Enjoying the short reprieve from the heat?  Looks like we have another hot week after Labor Day.  So enjoy it while it lasts today and tomorrow.  Lots of indoor activities this week to keep you cool and entertained.  I noticed there are lots of fundraisers for the local animal shelters so go have fun and help a homeless pets!

Monday, September 5

Labor Day FUN!
10AM – 5PM
Port Discovery Children’s Museum
35 Market Pl, Baltimore
We’re open from 10am until 5pm today! Enjoy these fun programs:
Fun with Sounds: 10am – 12pm & 2pm – 4pm
Experience a unique instrument that uses movement to manipulate sound. Try it yourself and create your own personal soundtrack for every move you make!
Circle Time: 11:30am
Enjoy our signature interactive story time, featuring singing, dancing, and finger plays. Recommended for ages 6 and under.
Music with Jon Lewis 1pm & 1:30pm

The Wav Social Anniversary
7PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
The Wav Social the #1 Open Mic and Social Mixer series in the DMV, uniting Creatives and Entrepreneurs under one roof! Every first Monday at the Windup Space , located in the heart of Baltimore’s Station North Art district, we attract a diverse audience and present a cultural entertaining experience. On Monday, September 5th we will be hosting our 3 year anniversary with special guests and live performances!
Music By: Trillnatured and TT The Artist
Featuring live performances by: Phizzals, Black Assets, Kwasi Hygh Class, and Kat Reeves
Special Guests Music Panel Discussion 10:00-10:30 PM
Featuring: 92 Q- Radio One Host/DJ Lil Black The Ceo, EMG Records | Universal Music Group Representative, Kaynecha Daugherty Membership + Project Manager, GRAMMY WDC Chapter, Brandon Lackey Owner of Line Up Room Recording Studios & The Beat Club, +More to be announced!
PLUS! The lives Open Mic Acts. Open Mic sign up is open to all. Please sign up for list upon arrival to venue. List is open until filled. Open Mic acts get 5mins maximum time to perform. Music must be on cd or flashdrive or can be emailed to
hosted by TT The Artist and That’s Caly

Labor Day Brunch
10AM – 3PM
2400 Boston St, Baltimore
Sunday Brunch on a Monday? When you need to recover from the long weekend there is! Join us on Labor Day Monday for our All you can Eat side item buffet for only $20. Includes an entree item and either a mimosa or OJ.

Labor Day Classes at Studio B
8:30AM – 12PM
Studio B Yoga & Barre
5911 York Road, 2nd Floor, Baltimore
Join us for two special classes on Labor Day! These classes are in place of our regular Monday schedule. All other classes are cancelled. All guests are free!
8:30am – Labor Day Lean: Join Beth for a 60-minute specialty Barre class that will lean your thighs and fire up your glutes before you go and fire up the grill.
9:45am – Labor of Love: Did you know the first Labor Day took place on September 5, 1882, in New York City and was a creation of the labor movement dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers? It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. Join Meredith to celebrate your strength plus rejoice your breath and well-being with this special yoga class to help you unwind for the holiday.

9/5: The Body & Full of Hell, Genocide Pact, Backslider, Claw at Metro Gallery
8PM – 12AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
The Body & Full of Hell Collaborative U.S. Tour 2016
The Body & Full of Hell (Neurot Recordings/Profound Lore/Thrill Jockey)
Genocide Pact


100 Percent Pure Adrenaline
10PM – 2AM
Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar
1601 Union Ave, Baltimore
“Some guys snort for it, jab a vein for it, all you gotta do it show up..” Keeping a glorious tradition alive by screening this end of summer classic bromance with Jake Fewster on Labor Day. Help us celebrate this masterpiece of modern cinema in all its ridiculous glory with cocktails like “Punk. Quarterback Punk.”, “I AM AN FBI AGENT!” and more. One viewing at 10pm and another at Midnight for our industrious pals. Come early for for some ‘cue and get a good seat, you’ll only use the edge!

Tuesday, September 6

Happy Hour at Blue Pit BBQ
4PM – 11PM
Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar
1601 Union Ave, Baltimore
Come back from your Labor Day Weekend recharged and ready to help animals in need! Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar will be hosting an all-night happy hour with a portion of proceeds from a specialty cocktail donated to AARF!  We’ll also have AARF swag for purchase, and Blue Pit exclusives to raffle off. Come say hi, get yourself a drink, and help us in our mission to rescue and rehabilitate more dogs and cats!


The Ivy Bookshop Presents Rabia Chaudry: Adnan’s Story at Westminster Hall
6:30PM – 9PM
Westminster Hall
519 West Fayette Street, Baltimore
The Ivy Bookshop presents an evening with Rabia Chaudry, who chronicles the case of Adnan Syed – subject of the Peabody Award-winning podcast Serial. Chaudry’s book,Adnan’s Story: The Search for Truth and Justice After Serial, will be available for sale at 6:00pm, and for signing at the conclusion of Rabia’s reading.

First Tuesdays w/ Landis Expandis & NapSpace
10PM – 1:30AM
Corner Restaurant and Charcuterie Bar
850 W 36th St, Baltimore
Come dance with us on first Tuesdays with exotic drinks and amazing food. Spinning Funk, Soul, Boogaloo served up rare with Djs NapSpace and Landis Expandis.

Army of Darkness – Tuesday Night Movie
8PM – 10PM
De Kleine Duivel
3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore
Classic Comedy-Horror. Third installment of the Evil Dead series. Starring Bruce Campbell. Directed by Sam Raimi.

Wednesday, September 7

Make Studio’s Art & Ice Cream Gallery Opening
6PM – 10PM
The Charmery
801 W 36th St, Baltimore
The Charmery is thrilled to be partnering with our neighbors and friends atmake Studio for an art show opening! On Wednesday, September 7th from 6pm to 10pm the walls of The Charmery will be covered with art from the amazing artists of make Studio and the dipping cabinet will have specialty flavors inspired by the artists’ work.
– Artist Margie Smeller – Dandelion Tea with Candied Flowers
– Artist Dasha Kalumuck – Fruit Loops Cheesecake
– Artist Gary Schmedes – Blood Orange Creamsicle with Silver Swirl
– Artist Dontavious Woody – Jay-Z & Beyonce’s Breakfast: Coco Puffs and Champagne
10% of sales that night will go to Make Studio. There will be an Artist’s Palette Baby Scoop Sampler of all four flavors for $5 ($1 of each sale benefits Make Studio). The artist inspired flavors debut on Wednesday, September 7th at 6pm. Artwork on display at The Charmery is for sale. 70% of the proceeds go directly to the artists and 30% goes back into Make Studio’s program.

WAX Wednesdays – feat. Capt. Cocktail
10PM – 12AM
Golden West Cafe
1105 W 36th St,Baltimore
Golden West Cafe is excited for the return of WAX WEDNESDAYS! Join us back in the Long Bar for music, beer, specialty cocktails and some late night food from our Taco Window! Featured DJ this week is: CAPTAIN COCKTAIL, spinning his concoction of New Wave & Yacht Rock.

Cheetah Chrome (Dead Boys/ Rocket From the Tombs)
7PM – ?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
(Dead Boys/ Rocket From the Tombs)
more TBA
Tix on sale at Charmington’s Cafe and at Ottobar!


Hold on to Summer Pint Night with Third Wave Brewing
5PM – 10PM
1520 Clipper Road, Baltimore
Join us on Wednesday, September 7, as we try to hold on to summer with a pint night featuring our friends from the eastern shore, Third Wave Brewing Company, and their beach themed beers.

Outer Spaces / Gun Outfit / Sitcom / All Ball
9PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Outer Spaces
Gun Outfit (from LA)
All Ball – new project featuring Cricket Arrison and Geoff Graham!

ELM September Residency with Vibe & Direct – Psylo Joe
8PM – ?
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
ELM’s September Residency at The 8×10 kicks off with Vibe & Direct and Psylo Joe. We will have late-night happy hour specials during Vibe & Direct’s performance.
ELM – Electric Love Machine) is best described as an outer space adventure through sound, infused with doses of electronic funk, traditional Americana and improvisational jazz, and whose foundation is built on a sense of community.
ELM is part of a dedicated and diverse network of Live performance artists, acrobats, painters, graphic artists, musicians, fashion designers, and music lovers from in and around the Baltimore area who support each other and often perform together to make each show a profoundly unique experience.
Vibe & Direct is an emerging 3-piece jam band hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, and is comprised of Mike Miller, Danny Giannetto, and Doug Rab. The trio is an ever-evolving musical fusion that blends the musical spectrum, leaving in their wake a psychelectrojam dance party. They perform with a magnetic pulse, creating an aurally and visually immersive experience.
Psylo Joe is an improvisational band who explores divergent areas of music such as funk, rock, acid jazz, blues, and traditional. Hailing from Greenville, NC, the band consists of Bryan (guitar, vox), George (guitar, vox), Hunter (saxophone), Tom (drums), and Matt (bass). The band has taken their artistry all across North Carolina, and have developed a loyal and congenial following. Psylo Joe provides an elevation of the mind and soul, and is surely one of the most welcoming bands around.
Buy Tickets Here

Manor Hill Pint Night
4PM – 2AM
Wet City
223 W Chase St, Baltimore
Manor Hill has a new IPA coming out called Taylor’s Row AND their super popular Imperial IPA, Citra Splendor is about to drop so of course we’re tappin’ those suckas. The Manor Hill team will be here handing out free pint glasses and other giveaways too! Chat ’em up, drink some liquid gold, and chow on some tasty bites. See you then.

Baltimore Premiere of Farewell Ferris Wheel
6PM – 8PM
Impact Hub Baltimore
10 E North Ave, Baltimore
Please join us for the Baltimore premiere of Farewell Ferris Wheel, an award-winning documentary that explores the experiences of Mexican “guest” workers in Maryland’s fair industry. Refreshments and conversation with local advocates will follow the screening.
Co-hosted by:
Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc.
Center for Progressive Reform
Maryland Immigrant Rights Coalition
Open Society Institute
Public Justice Center

Protect Your Intellectual Property
6:30PM – 8PM
Impact Hub Baltimore
10 E North Ave, Baltimore
This month, we’ll swap invaluable insight around questions like “How do I address ownership in my contract?” “Can my client request my native files?” and “What’s the benefit of a limited use agreement?” Whether you use a contract with every client or stick to a virtual handshake (aka email), all freelancers need a basic understanding of terms of agreement. Protect your IP and ensure you get the credit you deserve for your fantastic work!
Buy Tickets Here

Not-So-Whiskey Wednesday: Blackwater Distillery
5PM – 8PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
We’re mixing it up this week and tasting vodka & rum! Blackwater Distilling are the makers of local and delicious Sloop Betty Vodka‘s and Picaroon Maryland Rum‘s! Trivia, hosted by the wonderfulChelsea of Charm City Trivia, begins at 8pm so come early and stay all night! To sweeten the deal, we’ll also have a great deal on bottle pricing to take one home with you!

Mr.Seaweed // Optimist prime // Black Titan // Heads are Zeros
8:30PM – 1AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Mr. Seaweed:
Black Titan:
Optimist Prime:
Heads Are Zeros:

The Dread Crew of Oddwood 2016 Lawful Evil Tour in Baltimore with Sekengard, Dogs & Day Drinkers, & Coleus
9PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Black Rose Metal Heart Promotions presents …The Dread Crew of Oddwood 2016 Lawful Evil Tour in Baltimore
The Dread Crew of Oddwood  Acoustic Folk Metal from San Diego, CA
Sekengard  World Fusion Folk Metal from Baltimore, MD
Dogs & Day Drinkers Apocalyptic Power Metal from MD’s Eastern Shore
Coleus Circus Horror Fantasy Metal from Washington, DC
Buy Tickets Here

Cookhouse: stirring creativity through conversation & music
7PM – 10PM
The Escape Artists
827 North Charles St., Baltimore
Baltimore’s first live podcasted round table conversation featuring one person from a sponsoring business, one DJ, and one Artists Compoundmember each month. Followed by a “Boiler Room” style lounge where the featured DJ along with Artists Compound resident DJ, Stylo, take to the decks for a live stream of epic music.
Featured Conversationalists:
Local Sponsoring Business = Katia Baskina of The Escape Artists :: The Escape Artists
Featured DJ = Cornfalke Hill :: Dj Cornflake Hill
Artists Compound Member = Greg Trenchard (Photographer)

Thursday, September 8

The Gathering of Chefs
5PM – 11PM
The Gathering
Lake Roland
1000 Lakeside Dr, Baltimore
The Gathering Project invites you to our most exclusive event of the season: The Gathering of the Chefs! This very special event is a pop-up dinner held at a secret location in the Baltimore area, featuring six courses, each paired with a delicious wine. Three of the courses will be crafted and prepared by chefs from three of Baltimore’s best restaurants, with the other three courses prepared by three of Baltimore’s top food truck chefs. Our house sommelier will personally select a unique wine to pair with each course, to create a perfect evening of food, friends, and fun. Be prepared to dine among the trees and stars in a beautiful waterfront setting. White table clothes, fine china, artful decor, mood enhancing lighting, plus a string quartet will create an unforgettable experience.
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Cocktail hour (At your leisure)
6:30 pm – 9:30 pm Six course seated dinner
9:30 pm – 11:00 pm Music and cocktails
Tickets are available now
$175.00 per person
$300.00 for couples
$1,200.00 for a private table for eight people
Don’t miss this wonderful experience!

BEACH SLANG at Ottobar September 8th!
7PM – 10PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Tix on sale at Charmington’s Cafe and at Ottobar!

Comedy For a Cause – Craig Willinger Fund
8PM – 9:30PM
Ryleigh’s Oyster Mount Vernon
1225 Cathedral St, Baltimore
It’s time for another “Comedy For a Cause” event at Ryleigh’s!
This month we’ll be raising funds to help the Craig Willinger Fund . The Craig Willinger Fund (CWFund) was created to show young soccer fans fighting cancer that dreams and amazing experiences can still be part of their future. The CWFund honors these special fans with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see their favorite team – domestic or international – play on their home pitch or another unique soccer venue. Since 2010, honorees have traveled to South Africa, Barcelona, Milan, London, Madrid, New York City, Manchester, and Brazil.
Learn more about the Craig Willinger Fund:
Featured food & cocktail specials include $1 oysters, $2 Rolling Rock pints, $5 Natty Boh 32oz drafts, $4 select craft beers, & more! Full food menu also available. Here’s your comedic line-up for the evening…
BUNNY THEMELIS, Facebook: Bunny Themelis
JON YEAGER, Facebook: Jon Yeager
OLGA, Facebook: OLGA
Twitter: @olgacomedy
Hosted by…MIKE QUINDLEN, Facebook: Mike Quindlen / Mike Quindlen

Uncorked! Comedy Show
9PM – 11PM
13.5% Wine Bar
1117 W 36th St, Baltimore
13.5% Wine Bar transforms into a comedy club for one night only on September 8th! Join Chris Lamberth from NYC and local Josh Kuderna for a raucous night of jokes, delicious food, and drink specials! Table reservations are recommended!


Your dinner at Gertrudes gives back to MissionFit
5PM – 9PM
Gertrude’s Restaurant
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
Join us September 8th to enjoy an amazing meal and support our goal of strengthening the Baltimore community through fitness. 20% of the evening’s proceeds will be donated to MissionFit.

Better Than the Original: A Conversation about Reuse in Art and Culture
7PM – 8:30PM
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
Artists and craftspeople have always been resourceful. In medieval art, the practice of reuse was common, as highlighted by the ongoing exhibition, “Waste Not: the Art of Medieval Recycling”. Continue the conversation about practices of recycling and upcycling, with a lively discussion featuring curator Lynley Herbert, fashion writer and stylist Zoey Washington, and furniture designer Will Holman. This event is FREE and open to the public. Register for free at the ticket link provided.

60 Cent Cannoli!
9AM – 10PM
Vaccaro’s Italian Pastry Shop-Little Italy
222 Albemarle St, Baltimore
So you missed the last one… Don’t worry we got you covered! Come in September 8th for 60 Cent Cannoli! But all good things must have a limit. Limit 2 per person, must be present, carry-out only! Please come into any of our 4 locations to buy, LARGE Regular CANNOLI for 60 cents each. (You must ask for this deal as it will not be applied automatically, limit 2.) If you miss the deal, we will be continuing it every Second Thursday of the month until December. Catch us again on October 13, November 10, and December 8.

BROS Night at the Brewer’s Art: Brides of Tortuga Edition!
8PM – 12AM
The Brewer’s Art
1106 N Charles St, Baltimore
It’s time to party AND support your favorite DIY rock opera society the easiest way possible: BY DRINKING DELICIOUS BEER!! Once again the Baltimore Rock Opera Society descends upon the lower level of Brewer’s Art for BROS NIGHT! A portion of each delicious craft brew you drink will help benefit our upcoming fall show: BRIDES OF TORTUGA! We want to hang out with YOU and talk about all the crazy stuff we’re making for this show – exploding cannons, giant boats, and CERTAINLY NOT PIRATES. It’s gonna be a great time so tell your friends and come hang out!

Bmore BeatClub 25
7PM – 11PM
Maryland Art Place
218 W Saratoga St, Baltimore
For our 25th installment Lineup Room Recording Studio is partnering with Maryland Art Place, DJ MooseJaw & Bmore Strong Merchandising
Producers Bring Your Beats (On Your Phone) & Artists Bring Your Bars!!! This month we are featuring McWAVY, BANGLA & DIE$EL MACl!! As usual THE Eze Jackson will be your host with DJ MooseJaw on the Turntables. If you want to play some beats or spit come EARLY to sign up!! Check out our FEATURED PRODUCERS’ WORK BELOW!!
Die$el Mac

“F*** You, Pay Me!” for Empathic Creatives
6PM – 9PM
The Room – Mt. Vernon
800 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Do you have trouble asking to get paid for your artwork? Does talking about money stress you out? Do you struggle with setting prices and sticking to them? Are you so busy worrying about your client’s financial situation that you neglect your own? Musician, therapist, and coach Lauren Aycock Anderson wants to help you know your worth, state it, and stick to it. She’ll share her knowledge and experiences as a small business owner, artist, and helper on the intellectual, emotional, and cultural pieces involved in getting paid for art. You’ll leave with a specific strategy to help you start getting paid for your creative work. Stick around after to share your thoughts over a glass of vino or a brewsky paired with a sandwich made right.

Wume][Spires][Kahoutek][Floom][The Flowery
8PM – 11PM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Hear these things:
Wume ||
Spires That in the Sunset Rise ||
Kohoutek ||
The Flowery

The Marcus King Band w/ Brooks Long and The Mad Dog No Goodq
7PM – 12AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
CEG & Nolafunk Present: The Marcus King Band at The 8×10!
Songwriter. Guitarist. Singer. Bandleader. At only 20 years of age, Marcus King’s dazzling musical ability is evident throughout The Marcus King Band, the young phenom’s 2nd full-length LP and first for Fantasy Records. Operating within the fiery brand of American roots music that King calls “soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock,” the album highlights King’s gorgeous, rough-hewn vocals, soaring guitar work and heartfelt songwriting all amidst a group of masterful musicians who, together, are quickly becoming one of the country’s most sought after live acts.
Brooks Long and The Mad Dog No Good – Melding the traditions of vintage R&B and Blues with the aesthetics of classic singer/songwriters, Brooks Long brings the old school into the 21st century in a style all his own. Whether by himself or with his backing band, the funky, righteous Mad Dog No Good, he brings to his live shows the kind of passion, energy and humor rare in today’s music scene.
Buy Tickets Here

Mother’s Presents: Eric Lindell with Special Guest Cris Jacobs
8:30PM – 12AM
Mothers Grille
1113 S Charles St, Baltimore
Join us for a night of music with New Orleans great Eric Lindell and special guest Cris Jacobs. 21+ doors 8:30

Chaturangas and Champagne
6PM – 7PM
CorePower Yoga (Federal Hill)
1420 Key Hwy, Suite #201, Baltimore
Do you LOVE Chaturangas? Do you LOVE Champagne?
If you answered yes to one or both then join Jenna Levy and Andrew Hann for a night of #Sculpt fun and a little toast to our upcoming#YogaSculptTeacherTraining

Octopocalypse Art Show at XS Walls
6PM – 9PM
1307 N Charles St, Baltimore
Octopocalypse is a pop-up art show by No Discipline Arts Collective and Art Hanging Out.  Enjoy sushi, cocktails, and dessert while you celebrate 27 local artists and explore their visions of nautical armageddon! We’ve taken over four floors of wall space with giant octopuses, killer seas monsters, mermaids, and flooded cityscapes. Art will be available for purchase, and you’ll have an opportunity to speak with the artists about the inspiration for their work.
Featured artists include: Brit AustinBonnie Blottenberger, Darcy Blottenberger, Derek BlottenbergerDustin Blottenberger, Sharon Broomall, CP Christ, Casey CookeTimothy C. CookeRich Del GrandeEmily DollDeidre Delpino DykesJenna Sais QuoiSemra Ergun, Jonathan Hawk, Lorraine ImwoldJulie GouldenerKhurrum MaqboolStephanie Malanowski- MartinColl McConeJudi MckenzieAmy NichollsTim PrendergastAmber SimpsonMandy StaffordBrigitte Winter, and Kay Wrenn
No Discipline is an informal collective of artists, writers, and art-lovers. We are an artist-led initiative committed to producing cross-disciplinary work that breaks down traditional boundaries between isolated artists and disciplines. Like us on Facebook at No Discipline Arts Collective, and join us on Meetup at Art Hanging Out “creates a culture of original art” by facilitating monthly and quarterly art exhibits in local businesses and by hosting events that encourage open dialogue between artists and the community.

Friday, September 9

Teacher Appreciation Happy Hour
5:30Pm – 7:30PM
Maryland SPCA
3300 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Join us for ReLove Animals Inc. and the Maryland SPCA teacher appreciation happy hour! Mingle with fellow teachers and enjoy hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine or soda while learning about the ReLove Animals Inc. Education for Responsibility program and the MD SPCA’s Beyond the classroom program. Teachers who have already signed up will receive their class materials. It’s sure to be a paw-some time!


Secrets of the Heart Film Festival
8PM – 12AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Secrets of…The Heart Film Festival! Short Films telling the truth that HURTS. A collection of 10 short films (betwwen 5-7 mins) by several top NYC filmakers about love. This fantastic program was compiled and will be presented by Jeffrey Wengrofsky. Mid film intermission with music performance by psychedelic music pioneers the Godz, more to be announced.

Michael Formanek Ensemble Kolossus
7PM – ?
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Presented in association with Creative Differences. Baltimore bassist extraordinaire, Michael Formanek convenes a truly massive, powerhouse big band to celebrate his new release on ECM records.
The Kolossus is a vehicle for bassist Formanek’s singular compositions and arrangements and features a stunning lineup of world class jazz artists. This will be one of the highlights of the jazz music calendar and a celebratory victory for the Baltimore jazz scene. Don’t miss out on this!
Two shows! | 7pm & 9:30pm | ADV $20, $17 mbrs. | +$3 at the door
Buy Tickets Here

Sarah Sullivan and the New Old Fashioneds Live!
8PM – 12PM
Mobtown Ballroom
861 Washington Blvd, Baltimore
Once again, we are lighting up the stage at the Mobtown Ballroom with one of our legendary house bands–Sarah Sullivan and the New Old Fashioneds. They thunder. Always. Drop in beginner lesson at 8, dance at 9. Bam. $15 for the whole shebang.

David Ubias “Onslaught of Obsolescence” Opening Reception
6PM – 9PM
16 W North Ave, Baltimore
Institute of Contemporary Art Baltimore presents David Ubias’ Onslaught of Obsolescence at Spacecamp in Baltimore, MD. David is serious about making silly paintings and the show will be his first comprehensive installation of this continuing series. David utilizes the constraints of modest materials such as paper pulp, hot glue, and wood as a shrug towards the frenzy of new media. The results are intensely textured and colored paintings that present an iconography that slips between the contemporary and the archaic, the acerbic and the earnest. Body language, personal anecdotes, advertising and current events serve as a catalyst for studio activity. Onslaught of Obsolescence is an ongoing project that explores enduring (common) technologies that teeter on the threshold of relevance while also questioning the feasibility of maintaining a constant state of curated comfort.
Spacecamp creates temporary autonomous zones for the habitation of social and cultural activations. Spacecamp is an open source, curated community space for artistic projects in Baltimore. Spacecamp is governed by a group of 5 people who set the schedule and coordinate with potential collaborators who are interested in using the space. Spacecamp does not program the space for it’s own projects, but partners with organizations that will produce great shows with artists or groups of artists.

EarthCry (Anthony of Papadosio) at The 8×10 with Erothyme
8PM – 1AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
EarthCry is Anthony of Papadosio’s secondary musical project, serving as an outlet for his more electronic musical ideas, as well as a place to try experimental genre mashing, developmental frequency blending, and odd instrument combinations. Staying true to live roots, an EarthCry show can consist of any combination of live instruments, mixing, slicing, looping, and cutting overtop of arrangements that come out differently every time. All the while, electronic controls are always facing the crowd to encourage a deeper experience of interaction. As a beneficial operation, EarthCry also donates 50% of all earnings to different ecological initiatives around the world.
Erothyme was born on planet Earth and has been making the jams since, like, forever, man! His sound is a majestic blend of overblown hyperbole and meaningless adjectives that actually have nothing to do with music. Scientific research suggests that he is freshy fresh and his tracks land in your ear like a dolphin gracefully diving into the surface of the ocean after doing a triple backflip in front of the setting sun.

Heather Joi & George Skepton Opening Reception
7PM – 10PM
The Escape Artists
827 North Charles St., Baltimore
Resident Escape Artist, the masterful George Skepton,
is pleased to host Heather Joi as his guest for the next presentation of: the Escape Artists Plus One series. You are enthusiastically invited to attend the opening reception on Friday September the 9th during 7pm until 10pm. Prepare for a stimulating cornucopia of sensory languages to usher your exploring self along a mobius path through worlds. Light refreshments will be offered.

Place and Time: Photography by John Lucia III
7PM – 11PM
StillPointe Theatre
1825 N Charles St, Baltimore
STILLPOINTE THEATRE presents the amazing photography of John Wayne Lucia III. This 4 week gallery exhibition will kick off Friday September 9th in the Stillpointe Theatre Gallery, located in the heart of the Station North : Arts and Entertainment district. Photography, booze, lite fare and friends. What’s not to love?! Join us!

Todd Marcus Quintet at An Die Musik
8PM – 11PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
New quintet music by bass clarinetist/composer Todd Marcus written to capture elements of his west Baltimore neighborhood where the death of community member Freddie Gray in April 2015 led to the city’s subsequent civil unrest.  As a musician who has also worked as a community activist in his neighborhood for 20 years (at his nonprofit Intersection of Change), Marcus’ new compositions seek to portray both the challenges and strengths of his community and find beauty in each.
Buy Tickets Here

Baltimore Drag : Alive & Well
9PM – 12AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Baltimore Drag is Alive & Well!
Come see some of Baltimore’s best entertainers go head to head in a lipsync battle! The winners are all based on audience applause!
The lipsync battles for the night:
Brooklyn Heights vs Krystal Nova
Sabrina Sommers vs Jordin Jamison
Anita Minett vs Jezzi Bell Devine
Ganivah Cache vs Jazmine Sephora
Bella Forte vs Vron
Iyana Deschanel vs Dee Attitood
Heather Marie Thomas vs Sextia Eight
Kandi Pop vs Pariah St Clair
Pamela dela Cruz vs Neveah Starr
Anastasia Belladonna vs Dee Dee Dereon
Onyx D Pearl vs Shaunda Leer
Sarabesque Mizrahi vs Tara Evans

Doors at 9 and show at 10! $7

Saving Apollo w/ You’re Too Kind, Clear For Takeoff, Holdfast, FAL
7PM – 11:30PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Get abducted by an awesome night of MD Pop Punk & Post Hardcore at Ottobar as Saving Apollo releases their New Album!
Saving Apollo
You’re Too Kind
Clear For Takeoff
Fast As Lightning
$10 Adv. / $15 Door
Buy Tickets Here

Kundalini By Candlelight
8PM – 9:30PM
YogaWorks Midtown
107 East Preston St., Baltimore
Come practice the start of fall with a special evening class! HEALING will be the theme of our movement, breath, and meditation. Take home tips and tools for your own self-care.

Charm City Junction at Germano’s
6PM – 10PM
Germano’s Piattini and Cabaret at Germano’s
300 S High St, Baltimore
Charm City Junction returns to Germano’s Piattini and Cabaret at Germano’s for a night of Old-Time, Irish and Bluegrass served up with some of the finest Italian food in Baltimore. Dinner starts at 6pm with the concert beginning at 7:30pm.
Hot off their biggest summer yet, Charm City Junction is taking the acoustic music scene by storm. Their hypnotizing blend of roots music is not to be missed. Featuring Patrick McAvinue on fiddle and mandolin,Sean McComiskey on button accordion, Brad Kolodner on banjo and Alex Lacquement on bass, their energetic live performances are top notch.
Tickets should be purchased in advance online.

Saturday, September 10

QUE at the ZOO
11AM – 8PM
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
1876 Mansion House Dr, Baltimore
Live Stage: The BridgePeople’s Blues of RichmondELM – Electric Love MachineBunk BuddhaBrooks Long & The Mad Dog No Good
DJ’s From Aya: OSCAR G (Space, Murk, Miami), Shawn Q + DJ WHODELTAnineJames NastyGraham HatkeYpset
Baltimore BBQ Competition: The Smoking Swine, @jurrasic pork , @Smoke, Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar, Kommie Pig BBQ, Dinosaur BBQ Baltimore, The BBQ Joint + More
Choose the top ribs + pulled pork + chicken. Limited BBQ. BBQ Judges Ticket (Limited Quantity)
General Admission – $29 Enjoy some tunes and the zoo
Qued Up General Admission – $59 GA + BBQ Judges Ticket (Limited Quantity)
VIP – $65 Tunes, Zoo, 3 Beverage Tokens, Access to the Comfort Station, a VIP Lanyard, and VIP Viewing Area, Premium Parking
Qued Up VIP – $85 Everything in the VIP + BBQ
Proceeds benefit the Maryland Zoo & Believe in Music
Buy Tickets Here


Country French Cooking
6:30PM – 9:30PM
1005 N Charles St, Baltimore
Country French Cooking – Saturday September 10, 6:30PM
Join us as we create the perfect fall menu based on traditional French Country food. We’ll start with snacks of house made pate and pickles, French cheeses and fresh baked bread. We’ll then create three courses – Escargot in Garlic Butter and Puff Pastry, the Traditional Cassoulet with lots of sausage and a rich Chocolate Mousse with Shortbread ‘Sticks’. $69.
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21 Candles \\ A John Hughes Dance Party!
8PM – 12AM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave
21 Candles \\ A John Hughes Dance Party!  w/ DJ Vince Christopher
It’s a coming of age birthday party! Dress like you did at 21, make a fake ID, dance to your favorite rom-com movie soundtracks, and fall in love John Hughes style!
80s & 90s tunes on the dance floor!  Prizes for best outfit!  Local artists & vintage! Drink Specials! 8pm | $12, $9 mbrs. (+$3 at the door)

Beats By the Pound
9PM – 1AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
DJ Dubz, Dj Willie, DJ Knucklz, DJ Al X and special guest. $5 cover

Downward Dog – Fur the Animals
10:30AM – 12PM
Maryland SPCA
3300 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Join us on Saturday, September 10 as we move into our cat pose and downward dog in support of the all the animals at the Maryland SPCA. This class is open to all yoga experience levels. Registration and check-in will open at 10:30 a.m., and yoga will begin promptly at 11:15 a.m. We will be outside on the grounds of the MD SPCA, so please bring your own yoga mat or towel.  There is a $15 registration fee. Additional donations are welcome. All proceeds go directly to the MD SPCA. After class, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and visit with adoptable animals inside the shelter! You may also bring donations for the animals — blankets, toys, food, treats and toys.
Melody Clark Yoga ( has graciously offered her expertise in leading this class. We thank her for her generosity in support of the MD SPCA.
Buy Tickets Here

Titus Andronicus w/ A Giant Dog & Surf Harp at Metro Gallery
8PM – 11PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Monozine Presents
Titus Andronicus
A Giant Dog
Surf Harp
Buy Tickets Here

Free Comedy Night! – “The Second Saturday S#!t Show”
7:30PM – 9:15PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
This month’s headliner:
MIKE STORCK  (from NYC by way of Baltimore! Finalist in HBO’s “Lucky 21” + regularly featured on XM Satellite Radio!)
Also bringing the heat with the jokes this evening:
Matt Brown
Ivan Martin
Andy Iwancio
LeMaire Lee Twitter/SnapChat/Instagram: @LeMaireLee
Hosted by Kim Ambrose

HGE Designs hosts “Collide” Where fashion meets art!
3PM – 8PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
Save the date! Since our last show was so amazing, we decided to do it again! #hgedesigns will have lots of summer pieces marked down and new transitional and fall pieces available. Come see our amazing new ponchos and artwork. @katrinatheglamartist will be selling untouched, unopened, hard to find vintage limited edition MAC Cosmetics makeup. @featherdiana will have her one of a kind wearable art!

World Music Party
9PM – 12AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Join Two Great Bands Playing Music from way abroad and beyond the Boundaries of Baltimore:
Novas Trio (Chilean/NYC)
Orchester Prazevica  (Slovakia/Columbia)

Depth Perception Presents: Birds of Paradise & Aligning Minds
8PM – 2AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Depth Perception is an exploration into the depths of electronic music in celebration of our diversity and roots as well as our vast future ahead. We couldn’t be more excited to be hosting Birds of Paradise first Baltimore appearance. They are one of our personal favorite artists out today and we are so so honored to have them with us to kick off the fall!!
Birds of Paradise – Holophonic Vibrational Architecture to Make Transparent the Boundary Between Matter and Mind, Flesh and Spirit
Aligning Minds  is melodic and bass heavy. It’s emotionally charged future music that rides on hypnotic breakbeats, infectious basslines, dubby soundscapes, and idm experimentation for one to dance or lounge to.
Choppy Oppy Live – Combining deep dubstep, glitch-hop, funk, bass, and live instrumentation, Choppy Oppy creates soundscapes that take you through scenic peaks and valleys.
Grimer is the alias of DJ and selecta Max Stillson. He started pulling records at the age of 13 when he first heard dub in the form of King Tubby and Lee Scratch Perry. In his later teen years he moved toward metal for its grittier, edgier feel. Then he heard the grimey goodness of dubstep from djs like Hatcha and Youngsta and was hooked.
Kyczar – Connecting people through vibrational energies, Kyczar sticks to deep dubstep roots while constantly evolving and experimenting with unique styles. Adding layers of such feeling and soul creates a musical experience unlike anything else.

Multicult / Old Lines / Grizzlor / Bardus / Homosuperior at Windup!
8PM – 12PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Multicult (Record Release!)
Old Lines (Bmore D-Beat Bosses)
Grizzlor (Sci Fi Noise Rock from CT)
Bardus (Sludgepunk from Philly)
Homosuperior (Queercore Punk Skronk from DC)
w/ DJ Sean Gray spinning between sets

2016 Locust Point Festival
11AM – 6PM
Latrobe Park, Baltimore
Food – Beer – Music – Games – Family Activities – Local Vendors and more!

3rd Anniversary Sidewalk Party
12PM – 8PM
The Chasseur
3328 Foster Ave, Baltimore
We’re celebrating our 3rd Anniversary the best way we know how…… by throwing one kickass bash! Bring your friends and neighbors to party with us as we celebrate our third year as part of this awesome Canton community! We’ll have beer tubs, kegs and a bomb bar outside and the full bar going inside. We’ll be serving up some tasty eats too, including BBQ Pulled Pork from our sister bar, The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse! Let’s send summer out with a bang!

Sunday, September 11

The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984) at The Senator
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore
Jim Henson’s Muppets find themselves in Manhattan yearning to get a musical on Broadway in this charming film that also chides show business and its foibles. Kermit the Frog has just put together a successful variety show at Danhurst college (probably somewhere between Amherst and Dartmouth), and although he would like to mount it on Broadway so he would have a hit and be able to marry Miss Piggy, he cannot find backers. The Muppets are then forced to take jobs to support themselves, and it is while working as a waiter that Kermit meets the friendly Jennie (Juliana Donald). Jennie is the daughter of the owner of the restaurant and a source of great jealousy for Miss Piggy, who does not like competition. With stunning musical numbers involving a hundred or so Muppets and on-scene locations in New York City, the film is impressive in its merging of technical achievements and acting.

30th & Weldon presents: Sunday at the Mill 2016
3PM – 7PM
Union Mill
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
30th & Weldon presents the 2nd annual Sunday at the Mill, a celebration of the end-of-summer and all things Baltimore. Join us, along with Artifact Coffee, at the Union Mill Courtyard to enjoy performances by local musicians and wares from Baltimore artists and vendors. Food & drink is available for purchase thanks to Artifact Coffee.
This year, we have two ticket tiers available.
General Admission:
$8 Early Bird // $10 Advanced Sales // $12 at the Door
Enjoy all the festival has to offer. Listen to live music, meet our fantastic vendors, and enjoy food & drink that is available for purchase.
VIP Admission
$33 Early Bird // $35 Advanced Sales // $40 at the Door
Enjoy the festival with unlimited booze all day! Food is available for purchase. Must be 21+ to enjoy this ticket. ID will be verified at the door.
VENDORS // Close Call Studio, Milk & Ice Vintage, By the Bay Jewelry, Pearlswirl Jewelry,  The Moon Life, Found Wanderer, Priya Means Love, Ann Margaret Cermanics, Brightside Boutique, Wight Tea Company, All About Me Salon & Day Spa, TWIGS & WOOL, Doubledutch Boutique, Becca & Mars *more to come*
Kids 12 & under can enjoy the festival for free. Bring a blanket to stretch out and enjoy! Get your picture taken at a photo booth by Colorless. Music and more vendors will be announced soon.

Live Jazz on Sunday Afternoon at Bertha’s
2PM – 5PM
Bertha’s Mussels
734 S Broadway, Baltimore
Live Jazz on Sunday Afternoon at Bertha’s
Jimmy “Slick” Lockhard -tenor sax
Alex Meadow -bass
Frank Russo -drums
Darius Scott -piano
No cover, just make sure you visit with Phillip the Tip Jar!


Yoga with Cats at Mutt Mart
9:30AM – 10:30AM
Mutt Mart
2904 Hamilton Ave, Baltimore
Cats and yoga, what a purrrrfect combination! Anyone who lives with cats knows they are yoga masters by nature. The yoga poses come easily to our lithe and sinewy feline friends. Come be inspired by our flexible feline friends as we move and stretch while raising money for MAS Rescue. All bodies of all levels and shapes and sizes are welcome! Sign up at Mutt Mart, or call us at (443)708-7870. Suggested donation of $20 for this one of a kind yoga fundraiser

Coffee & Doughnuts for Cats & Dogs
11AM – 1PM
Mutt Mart
2904 Hamilton Ave, Baltimore
Enjoy Baltimore’s Best dog-friendly brunch to benefit the Batimore Humane Society. Bring a suggested donation of $5 for Baltimore Humane Society, and Mutt Mart will serve you a bottomless cup of Zeke’s coffee and a Center Cut Doughnut. Dogs are welcome to attend this event!

Chef Takeover with Chef Bey
6PM – 8PM
Dovecote Cafe
2501 Madison Ave, Baltimore
Every 2nd Sunday, we turn over our kitchen for a “TAKEOVER” by a guest chef! The Chef offers a Prix Fixe meal and provides a full after hours restaurant experience in the café!  We are excited to have Chef Bey with us for September! Chef Bey is curating the ultimate Vegan Supper Club! Dinner Starts at 6p!
6+ Courses with Drink Pairing $75

Grant Earl Lavalley/ Dang Olsen Dream Tape/ Gusher/ Pony Payroll Bones/ Quna
9PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Grant Earl Lavalley (CA)
Dang Olsen Dream Tape (CA)
Gusher (Balt)
Pony Payroll Bones (Balt)
Quna (Balt)

Seth Kibel Quartet at An Die Musik
5:30PM – 7:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
An afternoon of jazz, swing, and klezmer!
Seth Kibel — clarinet, tenor saxophone, flute
Michael Raitzyk — electric guitar
Bob Abbott — double bass
Chuck Karner — drums
Tickets – $12, $10 students, Advance reservations strongly encouraged!
Buy Tickets Here


– Lindsey

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