Things to do in Baltimore this week 9/26

Happy Fall Y’all!  It’s finally cooler out so go and have some fun.  Go pick some pumpkins and drink apple cider, FALL!  Can you guess what my favorite season is?

Monday, September 26

BBP: September Pre-Ride
7PM – 9PM
St. Mary’s Park
600 N Paca St, Baltimore
This is the pre-ride for the BBP: Party Animals! Friday September 30th ride. At a faster pace, but doable for all skill levels, this 8.00 mile jaunt traces the plotted Bike Party path to see if it’s juuuust right for the main event. This month’s ride will end on Park Ave. between Baltimore and Fayette Streets

Drinks with Chelsea Gregoire: The Reverse Bachelorette Party
5PM – 1AM
4 W Madison St, Baltimore
We at Sugarvale have been wanting to get Chelsea back behind the stick for a while now, and we finally got our chance! There are so many things to celebrate: Chelsea was just given “Best Bartender” by City Paper, and she is two weeks out from marriage! So, she’s throwing a reverse bachelorette party: come out, party, and let her serve you! Special cocktail menu for the evening, good music, and fun to be had.

Moonlight Monday! 1/2 Off Pizzas Until 1am!
10PM – 1AM
641 S Montford Ave, Baltimore
We’ve extended our Monday hours & the fun! We’re now offering ½ price pizza to our friends in Baltimore until 1am! Also enjoy $5 draft wines/beer & special cocktail from 10pm-1am.

Our GRAND Opening in McHenry Row!
11AM – 9PM
Samos Greek Island Grill
1703 Whetstone Way, Baltimore
Come join us for the Grand Opening of our McHenry Row location! We will be open from 11am-9pm! Stop by to try some of your favorite dishes!

Latin Night At El Bufalo
8PM – 12AM
El Bufalo Tequila Bar & Kitchen
2921 Odonnell St, Baltimore
Remember when Baltimore had a really cool place to shake a tail feather on Monday nights that served great food and drinks at the same time? Well, this fabulous combination has returned! We’re delighted to bring back our Monday night Latin party! New location = El Bufalo
8pm – dance lessons begin
9pm – free dance
For you football fans, don’t fret! There are TV’s and a downstairs bar ready to cater to your football needs. Come hungry, El Bufalo’s menu is delicious!

Horatio Dark’s Between the Lines September Recording
8PM – 11PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
It’s eight o’clock. Time to dim the lights, settle in close to your radio and steel your nerves. WIND is taking you on a trip into the realm of the frighting and the bizarre. A trip Between the Lines of Reality with your host, Horatio Dark.  Join the master of the macabre, the antiquarian of the insane, your navigator through the netherworld, Horatio Dark, as he reads between the lines OF REALITY.

Teavolve’s Open Mic w Rivers
7PM – 10PM
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
The Teavolve Open Mic’s been running for about 10 years in Harbor East, Baltimore – signup at 6, performances from 7-10pm – “family friendly”, 2 pieces / 10 minutes whichever’s shorter. Every #openMicNight we also snag a featured artist and shove them in the middle of the night – someone who I viscerally NEED more than two songs from – tonight that’s Rivers.

Democalypse 2016: Presidential Debate #001
9PM – 11PM
Atomic Books
3620 Falls Rd, Baltimore
We will be hosting a debate watching party in Eightbar. Seating is very limited. So PLEASE, only RSVP if you’re planning on coming. We’re capping this event at 30 people. The debate will be divided into six time segments of approximately 15 minutes each on major topics to be selected by the moderator and announced at least one week before the debate. The moderator will open each segment with a question, after which each candidate will have two minutes to respond. Candidates will then have an opportunity to respond to each other. The moderator will use the balance of the time in the segment for a deeper discussion of the topic.

Tuesday, September 27

Seltzer Open Mic
6:30PM – 9PM
2601 N Howard St, Baltimore
Open wide! Open Mic coming atcha! Guest Host: Michelle Dwyer Gerlowski!

Tuesday Night Movie Natural Born Killers
8PM – 10PM
De Kleine Duivel
3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore
Two victims of traumatized childhoods become lovers and psychopathic serial murderers irresponsibly glorified by the mass media.
Starring Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis. Story by Quentin Tarantino. Directed by Oliver Stone.

Culture Shift: A Movement in Social Innovation
6PM – 9PM
415 S Central Ave, Baltimore
Two non-profit organizations will be coming together during BALTIMORE INNOVATION WEEK to celebrate social innovation in Baltimore City. You MUST RSVP TO ATTEND. Check here for all the details. Join us at Groove headquarters from 6-9 PM for an art show, presentation, live music demo, and a hoppin’ happy hour complete with DJ from In Haus Entertainment, and drinks from Union Craft Brewery and Tenth Harvest. Open bar. All tips will be donated to the work of Section1 Project 1 and Believe In Music.
About the Organizations:
Section 1 is a movement of how the creative minds of our generation can shape communities and enrich lives. To do this, Section 1 transforms vacant, underutilized and derelict sites into vibrant, creative venues and cultural centers.
Believe in Music is empowering change through digital music education and creation in both Baltimore’s west side and throughout the city.

In Polenta Veritas
6:30PM – 9PM
Polenta Café
900 W 36 Street, Baltimore
Polenta Tasting Menu with complimentary wine parings by Basignani Winery
(appetizer, first course, main course, dessert) beverages, tax and 18% gratuity not included. For tickets call: 443-682-9388


Adult Drum Class
7PM – 8:30PM
The Living Well Center
2443 N Charles St, Baltimore
Community Class, All Levels Welcome. Students will learn how to listen and learn specific technical rhythms and sound.
Price: $5.00 or $10.00 ( including drum rental)

Gingerwolf, Magpie Thief, Gamble Cosmos
9PM – ?
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Magpie Thief:
Gamble Cosmos:

My So Called 90’s Trivia And Comedy Night
8PM – 10PM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Answer some questions: 90’s themed
Watch some comedy: Top comics from the area who were alive in the 90’s
Win some dope prizes: Provided by The Crown, Bamf Cafe, Sobo Market, Roof Top Hot, and more!!

The Dandy Warhols
8PM – 11:30PM
Rams Head Live
20 Market Pl, Baltimore
The Dandy Warhols w/ Savoy Motel
Doors 7 PM Show 8 PM, ALL AGES
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Wednesday, September 28

Urbanites Benefit
6PM – 8PM
The Boathouse Canton, Waterfront Grille
2809 Boston St, Baltimore
Join us for the Maryland SPCA’s 3rd annual Urbanites benefit featuring Tom Geddes, CEO of Plank Industries! Geddes, a long-time supporter of shelter pets, the right-hand man toUnder Armour’s Kevin Plank, and one of Baltimore’s most successful young professionals, oversees a variety of industries and investments in Baltimore. You’ll have a chance to learn about his career path and how he places emphasis on giving back to his community.
Besides benefiting the pets, what else comes with your ticket purchase?
– Two free drink coupons (additional discounted drinks – if two won’t cut it!)
– Free hors d’oeuvres
– Conversation with Tom Geddes
– Silent auction items
– And, last but certainly not least, special appearances by some of our adoptable animals!
This event is sponsored by The Daily Record, this is an opportunity to support the Maryland SPCA and hear from one of Baltimore’s premiere industry leaders and philanthropists.
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Chef Egg Live: Hands On Paella Party
6:30PM – 9PM
Blue Moon Too
1024 Light St, Baltimore
Join Baltimore’s own Chef Egg at the Blue Moon Cafe Too in Fed Hill and learn how to make the Spanish Paella like the pro’s. You will learn how to shop and pick for authentic ingredients and then get the skills to season and steam your rice and seafood perfectly. You will also watch the chef make a batch if his Autumn Spiced Sangria and then you will whip up a batch of fresh, homemade churros.
Menu: Autumn Sangria, Spanish Paella w/ Chorizo and Seafood, Homemade Churros w/ Spiced Cinnamon Sugar
– Tix $40/pp, this class is open to all ages, 21+ for BYOB
– This is a hands on cooking class. Please wear comfortable cooking attire and close toed shoes.
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Julianna Barwick w/ Mary Lattimore and Do While
8:30PM – ?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Julianna BarwickMary Lattimore, and Do While
JULIANNA BARWICK’s new album Will comes out on May 6 on Dead Oceans Records. Since her 3rd album, Nepenthe, was released in 2013, Julianna has toured with Sigur Rós, sung with children’s choirs around the world, recorded and performed with the Flaming Lips, recorded Bach’s “Adagio from Concerto In D Minor” on Sony Masterworks, played piano and sang with Yoko Ono and brewed a wasabi beer, Rosabi, with Dogfish Head. Barwick’s diverse past has also included collaborative albums with Ikue Mori and Helado Negro, a remix commission from Radiohead and her song “Vow” remixed by Diplo. Upcoming Barwick projects include a film score and a music box.
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Grease: The Sing-A-Long at The Senator
8PM – 10PM
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore
ATTENTION ALL T-BIRDS & PINK LADIES! Join us at The Senator Theatre on Wednesday evening, September 28th and prove that you continue to be hopelessly devoted to Sandy, Danny and the whole Rydell High gang with a special Sing-A-Long screening ofGrease (1978)!
Starring: John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, Jeff Conaway, Barry Pearl, Michael Tucci, Didi Conn and Kelly Ward
About the film: A musical about teens in love in the 50’s! It’s California 1959 and greaser Danny Zuko and Australian Sandy Olsson are in love. They spend time at the beach, and when they go back to school, what neither of them knows is that they both now attend Rydell High. Danny’s the leader of the T-Birds, a group of black leather jacket-wearing greasers while Sandy hangs with the Pink Ladies, a group of pink-wearing girls led by Rizzo. When they clash at Rydell’s first pep rally, Danny isn’t the same Danny from the beach. They try to be like each other so they can be together.
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ELM September Residency with The Fritz – Catullus
8PM – 1AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
The Fritz – After four years of traveling the East Coast, steadily building a reputation as a live act not to be missed, Asheville music ambassadors The Fritz, played a strong year of sets showing thousands of new fans what throngs of Southeastern music lovers have known for years: The Fritz likes to get funky. As much as they take their funk seriously, the band takes it’s rock-honed songwriting just as seriously, but the wellcrafted song is not the only final product in the live forum. Individually, the members of The Fritz are masters of improvisation, carefully weaving their personality into each performance.
Catullus – Emerging from the suburbs of Philadelphia, Catullus is building a reputation up and down the East coast for their deep grooving and sweat inducing sets. The ecstatic and energetic music that exudes from the five talented musicians effortlessly oscillates between progressive funk-rock, and electronic untz. Steeped in the improvisational tradition, each set carries with it the potential of 1,000 different paths forged only at the moment of inspiration. The powerful vocal harmonies and lyrics truly makes Catullus a unique experience that is not to be missed.

Express Ya Self final: Vicunyah, DJ Potionz, Kotic Couture
9PM – 1:45AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Express Ya Self Hosted by DJ AMYTHSX in collaberation with OTS Productions
Featuring: Vicunyah, DJ Potionz, and Kotic Couture

Accidental Seabirds // Pony Bones
9PM – 1AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore

Slider & Beer Pairing
5PM – 7PM
Gordon Biersch Baltimore
1000 Lancaster St, Baltimore
You’ve heard of wine pairing, how about beer pairing? Get an introduction with mix and match sliders with expertly paired GB beer: 3 sliders for $10.

The St. Francis Social with Classified Frequency, Lushfarm and Underlined Passages
8PM – 1AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
We are making our Baltimore debut at the Ottobar! We are very excited to share the stage with Classified Frequency, Lushfarm and Underlined Passages. Tickets available from The Ottobar’s website or at the door the night of the show. Come one, come all!
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Whiskey Wednesdays: Sazerac Co.
5PM – 8PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Come and try some complementary bourbon from Sazerac Company and wash it down with some great food specials. Trivia, hosted by the wonderful Chelsea of Charm City Trivia, begins at 8pm so come early and stay all night!
– Buffalo Trace Distillery Stagg Jr. Bourbon
– 1792 Single Barrel Bourbon
– E.H. Taylor Small Batch Bourbon
To sweeten the deal, we’ll also have a great deal on bottle pricing to take one home with you!

Thursday, September 29

2 Year Anniversary Party
5PM – 2AM
Bookmakers Cocktail Club
31 E Cross St, Baltimore
Bookmakers turned 2!! To celebrate we will be hosting a “Greatest Hits” Anniversary Party next Thursday, September 29th from 5pm til close.  We scoured all of our past menus and will have a list of our best selling/most well received cocktails on special all night. We also will be pouring the last few bottles of our Single Barrel Select Old Weller Antique that we purchased around our 1 year anniversary. We gave the empty barrel to Union and we will be tapping the keg we just received from them which is Double Duckpin barrel-aged in that Weller barrel!! Abby Hopper aka DJ Mom Jeans will be spinning vinyl of all greatest hits as well beginning at 8pm. We look forward to sharing a special evening with all of you that have made these past 2 years so memorable for us!

Cause an Effect – Chipotle Fundraiser for the Maryland SPCA
11AM – 10PM
All Maryland Chipotle Locations
Make lunch or dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support the Maryland SPCA. Come in to any Maryland Chipotle Mexican Grill location on Thursday, September 29th between 11:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Bring in the flier, show it on your smartphone or just tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Maryland SPCA. Here is the link for locations and the flier:


Piemonte Dinner with Wine Pairing
6:30PM – 9:30PM
1444 Light St, Baltimore
Join us for this regionial Italian dinner inspired by our recent trip to this special area, Piedmont. Local dishes will be recreated by Chef Kevin Perry. Rachel from Siema Wine will discuss the pairings.
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The 13th Floor Bourbon Trail
7PM – 10PM
The 13th Floor
1 E Chase St, Baltimore
September is Bourbon Heritage Month, and what better way to celebrate America’s official native spirit than a bourbon trail tasting at The 13TH Floor. Cruise along the trail and savor 13 unique Kentucky bourbons from four distilleries. Bourbon aficionados will be discussing their unique spirits. Lucky You! Your favorites will be available for purchase. As you mingle, enjoy delicious savory sliders that have been specifically selected to complement the bourbon tasting experience and then head to the bar for a unique bourbon cocktail.
– 13 drink tickets to sample bourbons from Maker’s Mark, Jim Beam, Buffalo Trace and Russell’s Reserve.
– Try your hand at dipping your rocks glass in wax, courtesy of Maker’s Mark. Complimentary, while supplies last.
– Engrave your own bourbon bottle! Complimentary with purchase of Jim Beam bottle.
– Enter to win a raffle for an Age Your Own Bourbon Kit.
– Cash bar and bourbon bottles for purchase
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Snake Hill Takeover at Boiler Room
7PM – 10PM
Boiler Room Baltimore
27 E Cross St, Baltimore
Join us on September 29th at 7 PM as our good friends from across town come take over our kitchen at Boiler Room. Signature Sausages and sides will be served with local legends Union Craft Brewing specials all night long. These local meats are so good that we had to bring them right to the people of South Baltimore. No reservations needed , just bring your appetite. We have an exclusive beer on tap for this event from Union that was made for Bookmakers and Boiler Room (RARE ALERT!!) Beer nerds make sure you come get it early before it goes.


Mermaid’s Kiss Oyster Fest
6PM – 10PM
Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Mermaid’s Kiss is back for its 6th year, this time at the Baltimore Museum of Industry! The evening will feature unlimited food and drink tastings from some of the region’s top restaurants and aquaculture farms, with proceeds benefiting the Oyster Recovery Partnership oyster restoration efforts in the Chesapeake Bay.
Featured Dishes:
Azure Annapolis: Pan fried oysters with bacon marmalade and pickled Old Bay radish, served on the half shell
Blackwall Hitch: Shrimp and crab ceviche on tortilla chips with avocado cream
Faidley’s Seafood at Lexington Market: Faidley’s famous jumbo lump crab cakes with crackers and condiments
The Grilled Oyster Company: Applewood smoked mussels with sherry vinegar and olive oil marinade. House smoked cured salmon with watercress, red onion and house cream cheese with olive oil drizzle
Harvest Wood Grill + Tap: Rockfish ceviche with crispy tortilla, smoked avocado cremeand charred peach salsa
Mt. Washington Tavern: The Oxford Oyster Shooter: freshly shucked oyster with a splash of the Tavern’s famous bloody mary mix, a shot of three olives vodka and a squeeze of lemon. The Farm to Bay Oyster Shooter: freshly shucked oyster with a splash of tarragon migonette and a shot of Effen cucumber vodka
Victoria Gastro Pub: Chilled corn soup with spicy crab relish
Vida Taco Bar: Jumbo lump crab and pork belly tostada with a tamarind lime dressing, thai chili, cilantro and mint.
Woodberry Kitchen: Crabatelli: Maryland crab with cavatelli cooked pasta, rye bread crumbs and fresh picked herbs
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Jack Daniels 150th Birthday Celebration
7PM – 2AM
The Horse You Came In On Saloon
1626 Thames St, Baltimore
Jack Daniels Speciality Cocktails , Complimentary Jack Themed Buffet (7-9), Birthday Cake , Giveaways
Ed Lauer Duo 10pm – Close (Saloon)
Video DJ Fly 10pm-Close (Cantina)
Old#7 Club members can renew bottles with limited edition 150th Anniversary Bottle for only $50


Blush + Brews
10PM – 1:45AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
A night of positivity and beauty. A monthly free dance party for the people. Blush + Brews is for the woman, she is to be empowered, she is to be supported, she is to be loved. For she is the influence.
Dance All Night, Enjoy Yourself, Be Yourself, Embrace Your Palette, Apply The Blush
Jacob Marley
So Nice Yesterday
Ducky Dynamo
Hosted by Lydia Pettit
Bodycare products by Black Lotus Handmade Healing
Premiere Screening of Genie Isabel’s video ‘Ritual’

Strange Times People Band/Liz Durette/The Flowery
9PM – 12AM
The 5th Dimension
405 W Franklin St, Baltimore
Please join us to celebrate new releases from 3 great groups.  Super group STRANGE TIMES PEOPLE BAND are releasing a new tape on Friends Records
From Ehse Records a new tape by your girl Liz Durette
And have you heard the new band The Flowery
A special show. Leave yourself behind and join us on September 29 at Fifth Dimension (H&H Building) at 9PM. We can’t wait to entertain and delight you. Please join us there. Good things come in threes.

Murdercastle: How to Make a Rock Opera at Ottobar
7PM – 10PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Human Being Productions presents a screening of their documentary feature film Murdercastle: How to Make a Rock Opera, upstairs at the Ottobar! $10-$20 sliding scale at the door. In this movie, The Baltimore Rock Opera Society, a beer-fueled rock theatre company, pushes the limits of propriety and perseverance as they create a rock musical about the life of H.H. Holmes, America’s first serial killer. This screening will feature a directors’ note from creators Matt Kelley and Greg Bowen, and the Murdercastle drinking game. Stick around for Thursday night at the Ottobar!
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Xenia Rubinos at Ottobar 9/29
8PM – 11PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Xenia Rubinos, Dylijens & Friends  and more TBA!
Vocalist and composer Xenia Rubinos crafts movingly powerful songs dipping in and out of genre and structure to create a sound that is fearlessly her own. Xenia’s powerhouse vocals are at the center of her music which grows from a wide range of influences from R&B to Hip-Hop to Caribbean rhythms and jazz all delivered with a soulful punk aura. Her debut album Magic Trix was released in 2013 by Ba Da Bing! Records to wide critical acclaim. Pitchfork lauded the radiant singer as “a unique new pop personality” while a profile in The New Yorker described her work as “rhythmically fierce, vocally generous music that slips through the net ofany known genre”. Xenia’s energetic live show and presence echoes some of the larger than life iconic singers she admired as a child including Judy Garland, Nina Simone and La Lupe while her powerhouse vocals recall the pop sensibility of Mariah Carey and soulfulness of Erykah Badu.
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Project/Object ft: Ike Willis and Don Preston (Zappa Tribute)
8PM – 1AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
One of Frank Zappa’s greatest skills was his incredible sixth sense in identifying something magical in each of the musicians he hired. Recognizing this – Project/Object continues it’s singular mission to present the music as it was recorded -but also to respect and develop the creative “live” aspect that Zappa always pushed his band towards. With the support of the fans, Project/Object chooses to do this with the “Alumni”: the people who were there with Frank as the music was created, recorded and performed.

The Westerlies
8PM – 9PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
The Westerlies (“prevailing winds from the West to the East”) are a New York based brass quartet comprised of four friends from Seattle, Washington: Riley Mulherkar and Zubin Hensler on trumpet, and Andy Clausen and Willem de Koch on trombone. Trained at Juilliard and Manhattan School of Music, the Westerlies formed in 2011 to explore the intersection of chamber music, American folk music and Jazz. Our debut album, Wish the Children Would Come On Home: The Music of Wayne Horvitz, was met with praise from NPR’s Fresh Air, Jazz Times, PopMatters, and more, and was NPR Music critic Francis Davis’s selection for Best Debut of 2014.
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Concert: Art and Music Bring us Together
7PM – 8PM
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
This concert is FREE and open to the public. Daniel Colin Xavier Rich, baritone, and Samuel Springer, piano, of Morgan State University will present a night of compositions from the 18th through the 20th century, highlighting the broader connections between art and music, in the Museum’s beautiful Sculpture Court.

Beer vs Bourbon (…&Rum)
7PM – ?
Saigon Today
700 S Potomac St, Baltimore
An amazing 4 course meal, each course paired with a beer, and a bourbon/ rum cocktail. Call NOW and get your seats, 410-276-4888

7:30PM – 12AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Brute Force brings you the hardcore outfit Nihil, along with support from Hot Gospel! Nihil is on tour to promote their upcoming album “Foundation”. Foundation will be available in Vinyl, CD, & digital at the time of this show!
Hot Gospel:
Deities(formerly Swarm the North)
Earthworm Von Doom
Relentless Souls

Old Man Soul Dance Party
8PM – 11PM
1919 Fleet St, Baltimore
Remember to collage days Dance Parties? Will I sure do. Everybody Dancing, good friends and great dance music. And I promise to play a lot of James Brown!!!

The Cook Up: Meet Author D. Watkins
7PM – 8:30PM
Randallstown Branch Library
8604 Liberty Rd, Randallstown
Having been the smartest kid on his block in East Baltimore, author and educator D. Watkins was certain he would escape the life of drugs, decadence and violence that had surrounded him since birth. But when his brother Devin was shot, the plans for his life were demolished and he assumed the mantel of his brother’s crack empire. Equally terrifying and hilarious, inspiring and heartbreaking, The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir is a riveting look inside the Baltimore drug trade portrayed in The Wire and an incredible story of redemption. Join D. Watkins, the winner of Baltimore Magazine’s “Best Writer” award in 2015, as he reads from The Cook Up. Sales and signings available.

Friday, September 30

Downtown Corn Hole Tournament
5PM – 8PM
Center Plaza
120 W. Fayette Street, Baltimore
Clear your schedule on Friday, September 30 and compete against Downtown friends and neighbors in our first ever Corn Hole tournament. We’re looking for eight teams (two players per team) to battle it out- registration is $20 per team and includes two free beers a player (Heavy Seas, the good stuff), and a Proudly Baltimore baseball cap.
Winning should be enough glory, but to sweeten the deal we have prizes:
1st Place: $150     2nd Place: $20
Online registration will close Sept 23 for the September 30 tournament, or sooner as it fills up. Tournament players must be 21+. No refunds, but you can transfer to another player if you have a cancellation. If you don’t want to play, but just want to hang out for happy hour, beer will be for sale. See you there.

BBP: Party Animals!
6:30PM – 11PM
St. Mary’s Park
600 N Paca St, Baltimore
Hey Party Animals, Not just dogs can ride a bike. They get all the YouTube glory, but we know the animal kingdom is full of two-wheel wannabes. Celebrate this Zootember (oops, we meant September) ride with your best animal costume or wheeled steed. We’ll start at the usual spot, St. Mary’s Park in Seton Hill, meeting at 6:30 p.m. and leaving at 7 p.m. to ride around Baltimore, ending in the unit block of Park Ave between Baltimore and Fayette.

The Shondes in Baltimore: Brighton Tour w/ Manners Manners and $100 Girlfriend
9PM – 12AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
THE SHONDES (Brooklyn, NY) bring their fist-pumping anthems to Baltimore in celebration of the 9/16 release of their new album Brighton on Exotic Fever Records!! Don’t miss it. Rolling Stone calls them “Riot-grrrl furor, arena bombast and klezmer stomp,” while the Washington Post claims “everytime I have seen The Shondes, a hurricane has touched down.” They will be joined by Manners Manners and $100 Girlfriend!

Horse Lords + Kaynak Pipers of Bulgaria
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
A night of wild hypnotic, drone laden grooves from Bulgaria to Baltimore.
Kaynak Pipers of Bulgaria bring multiple kaba gaida (singe drone, low-pitched Bulgarian bagpipe) masters together, along with traditional drummers, to preserve the traditional music from their home in the Rhodope mountain region of Bulgaria. The word “kaynak” means “source” and is used to name a kaba gaida performer’s specific tunes/instrumentals, often demonstrating their performing skills. The sound of the solo instrument is haunting, emotional, and wild. In ensemble format, there is a force and power rarely heard in the United States.
Closing this evening of aural explorations, Baltimore’s own Horse Lordscall upon African poly-rhythms, minimalism, krautrock, and more, to create bold Baltimore rock and roll. The quartet of bass, sax, guitar and drums find a groove that is unmistakable and undeniable. Their recent recordings have garnered them National attention – and they are simply awesome live.
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A Midsummer Nightmare: photography by Todd Welsh
6PM – 9PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Closing reception for “A Midsummer Nightmare” — photography by Todd Welsh

Fells Point Fun Festival 50th Anniversary!
5PM – ?
Fell’s Point, Baltimore
The Fell’s Point Fun Festival began as a small neighborhood festival 50 years ago as a way to raise money to fight against a project that would have linked I-83 and I-95 by building an elevated highway along the north shore of the Baltimore Harbor.This project would have entailed extensive demolition within Fell’s Point, and the highway would have cut off the remainder of the neighborhood from the waterfront. Over the years, The Preservation Society has worked
to maintain the 18th and 19th century character of the historic structures within Fell’s Point. The Society operates without cost to the city of Baltimore and it currently maintains many of the buildings as well as running historic tours of Fell’s Point. The Fell’s Point Fun Festival has grown dramatically over the years and continues to have a large impact in maintaining the historic integrity of Fell’s Point for businesses, residents and visitors.

Little Italy Baltimore Madonnari Arts Festival
11AM – ?
Little Italy, Baltimore
We kick off this glorious 3 day arts festival with 50 artists creating chalk masterpieces, literally painting the streets of Little Italy, complemented by music, theater, children’s chalk center, al fresco dining and more! for full schedule of events.

BARCS Annual Crab Feast
6PM – 10PM
Jimmy’s Famous Seafood
6526 Holabird Ave, Baltimore
Join us for our always-popular, all-you-can-eat, annual Crab Feast at Jimmy’s Famous Seafood!
This year’s all-included menu includes:
CRABS!, Maryland Crab Soup, Coleslaw (best on the planet!), Greek Salad, Roasted Vegetables and Tri-Colored Potatoes, Pit Beef, Pit Ham, Pit Turkey, BBQ Pulled Pork, Vegetable Penne Primavera, Chicken & Shrimp Creole, Corn on the Cob, Draft Beer & Soda
Tickets: $65 Single Ticket: These are individual tickets. Tickets in this category purchased at the same time, on the same card, will be seated together.
$600 Table for Ten: One table for ten people (seated together). Names for each guest can be sent via reply to confirmation email.
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Charles Street 3-5-7 Stroll
4PM – 9PM
Charles Street, Baltimore
We’re bringing back the Dollar Stroll … with a twist! Grab your friends and take a stroll around the Charles Street Corridor for $3, $5, and $7 deals. There are deals for everybody, ranging from $3 accessories and appetizers to $7 entrees and drink specials! So whether you’re in the need for some shopping or grabbing drinks with friends, head to Charles Street and support local businesses! Visit our website at for more information and be sure to check back as the business list continues to grow.


The Combs! Honey Whitlock! The Phantom Killers!
9PM – 12AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Honey Whitlock (
The Phantom Killers (

BCO presents Rossini’s ‘Tancredi’
7:30PM – 10:30PM
The Engineers Club
11 W Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Librettist Gaetano Rossi stated that, with the composition of Tancredi, “Rossini rose to glory,” although Rossini was not yet 21 at the time of its premiere. A tale of mistaken identities and misconstrued letters set against the Turkish war with Syracuse in the 11th century, Tancredi tells the story of Amenaide, the daughter of the leader of the senate in Syracuse, and her love for the exiled knight Tancredi. When her letter to the knight is intercepted and misunderstood, the innocent maiden is sentenced to death for treachery, and only Tancredi can save her. BCO is pleased to present Tancredi in a co-production with Opera Southwest.
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8PM – 10PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: The Debate, Glitterati, Scrapple PLUS BONUS Improv Jam!
Host: Cole Grinnell
Take a break from all the legislative hubbub in the news and immerse yourself in our special brand of satire! Tonight, we’re bringing back Jason Garber’s popular sketch/improv hybrid talk show, along with a landslide of long form improv! We’ll start with sets from Bmore indie teams Scrapple and Glitterati, then after the break, we’ll celebrate our freedoms with an open improv jam. Finally, it’s time for the in-depth costume drama/political panel that is The Debate!
Tickets: $5 cash only at the door, or online up until 7:30 the night of the show.
This show is presented by Charm City Comedy Project upstairs atZissimos Bar in Hampden.

Outcalls//paris_monster//Joseph & the Beasts
9PM – 1AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Joseph & The Beasts traffic in counter-rhythms that can begin as muted valleys and crash into fevered crescendos. Shifts in time give way to sprawling valleys of fuzz-drenched keyboards, before soaring vocals erupt into a fervor-filled maelstrom. The Baltimore-based band is currently gearing up for the release of their first full-length lp, GOLD LIGHT.
paris_monster – Beat-driven. Employing heavy elements of funk and soul, paris_monster closes the gaps between synth-pop & garage; between modern detail and old-school grit. Solid earth. Soaring soundscapes. A mass of noise.
Volatility. Vocal singularity.
Outcalls, a female-fronted septet, draws influence from classical, rock, electronic, hip-hop, soul, and folk genres. Their song-by-song approach to music-making draws lyrical content from current political and social happenings. The Baltimore-based group strives to reach audiences not only through imaginative music, but also excellent storytelling and stage presence. At 89.7 WTMD’s 2016 Baltimore Band Block Party, they were winners of a Baltimore Hit Parade feature and a Baker Artist Merit Award made possible by the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund.

White Ford Bronco – All 90’s Band
8PM – 11PM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
White Ford Bronco is influenced by the critical parental advice of Danny Tanner and the food at the Max. And the Peach Pit. The cuckolding of 90210 and Melrose Place. The red one pieces and the authority of David Hasselhoff that looks over the Los Angeles County Beaches. The Reebok Pump. Carlton’s dance moves. The sound of a slammer pounding down on a pile of pogs. The snap of a slap bracelet. George Herbert Walker Bush. William Jefferson Clinton. And at times Ross Perot, Al Gore, Bob Dole and Dan Quayle. Wayne’s World. Hypercolor T- Shirts. The ever so adorable Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Tim Allen’s two other kids. Scratch that, JTT and the Olson Twins. And of course the same thing we try to do everyday Pinky…try to take over the world.
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Best Buddies Maryland Tastebuds | Fine Food, Friendships & Cocktails
6:30PM – ?
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
1525 Russell St, Baltimore
Don’t miss the best night out of the year! All the best Baltimore restaurants in one location, great drinks, amazing people and all to benefit individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Join 20 of Baltimore’s best dining establishments for an evening of fine food, friendship and cocktails. Enjoy live and silent auctions, plus special celebrity guest appearances.
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Raw Content w/ Mikie Love
10PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Come travel to a magical land of music. Dance and romance to many ADULT styles; Soul, Disco, Rock, House, 80’s, Club, Rap, Dark EDM, Rare Grooves, Crucial Vibes, Slow Jamz, ICP, Alaska Bounce, etc.

The Elephant Man
September 2nd – October 2nd, 2016
Fridays – 8:00pm
Saturdays – 8:00pm
Sundays – 2:00pm
From the production team that brought you last season’s smash hit The 39 Steps, comes the story of a kind soul in a grotesque body who is befriended by a free-thinking surgeon in 19th century London. Brimming with wit and humanity, the events follow John Merrick’s ascension from “circus freak” to Victorian Society elites by way of his own intelligence and charm, and the courage of those who saw something within the “Elephant Man.” 1979 Tony Award Winner for Best Play.
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Saturday, October 1

Zoo Zoom 8K Race And Family Fun Run
8:30AM – ?
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
1876 Mansion House Dr, Baltimore
Registration for the wildest 8K in Baltimore is now open – now at an earlier date. Oct. 1st is your chance to run with the animals. The race goes right through the Zoo, so you might spy the spots, stripes and scales of Zoo animals as you run the challenging 8k course. If you are more like the tortoise than the hare, or you have some little ducklings following you, choose the CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield 1 Mile Family Walk/ Fun Run. After the race, racers enjoy tasty treats, awards, and all day admission to the Zoo! Race to register, spots for this wildly popular event fill fast.
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2016 Fall Ale Festival
12PM – 5PM
Pratt Street Ale House
206 W Pratt St, Baltimore
Join us at Pratt Street Ale House for another amazing Fall Ale Festival! We are celebrating great beers and local producers with dozens of casks and drafts to sample. This event features brews from Charm City Meadworks, Flying Dog, Evolution Craft Brewing, Handsome Beer Company, our own Oliver Brewing Company and many more!
VIP Admission (12-5pm): 1-hour early admission (skip the lines and get the first taste of the offerings), delicious hors d’oeuvres included.
Regular Admission (1-5pm): 4 amazing hours of unlimited sampling and live music!
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Not-So-Soft Launch Party: #communiversary
4PM – 7PM
Dovecote Cafe
2501 Madison Ave, Baltimore
It’s been a YEAR since we’ve been a part of this INCREDIBLE community!! And to celebrate, we’re hosting a month of DOVECOTE ACTIVATION. Kicking off the month by paying homage to our 2015 “Soft Launch Party” with a “NOT-SO-SOFT” Launch Party. DJ!! Live Pop-up Performances!! Dancing!! Games!! All-day BRUNCH!! Debut of our 2016 Holiday Pies! Gifts, Raffles, and Giveaways! Adult Bar curated by Whitelock Community Farm: featuring fresh herb syrups! Come celebrate with us!! See you at the cafe!

Celebration of Art • Preview Brunch and Celebration of Art • Gallery Reception
11:30AM – 8PM
Cylburn Arboretum
4915 Greenspring Avenue, Baltimore
Cylburn Arboretum’s Celebration of Art features regional artists in a gallery show and reception in the beautiful Vollmer Center. Paintings, drawings, collages, indoor and outdoor sculpture, and photographs will all be a part of this dynamic show. A weekend of art activities and programs accompany the gallery show.
On Saturday, October 1st, there are two very special events that allow early access to view and purchase art.
Beginning at 11:30 am join us for brunch, a lecture, and first access to the art gallery.
Beginning at 5:30 pm, enjoy a gallery reception with honorary chairperson Denise Koch
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Psychedelic Mexican Jazz: Troker Score The Grey Automobile
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Psychadelic Mexican jazz renegades TROKER make their Bmore debut with a score to one of the few remaining films of the silent-age of Mexican Cinema, the 1919 gangster film, “The Grey Automobile” For this evening, Troker will debut their newest project for Baltimore audiences, providing a live, original score the 1919 Mexican silent film classic, The Grey Automobile. Following the film (117 min run time), they will play a short set of original music.
About “The Grey Automobile”: Directed by Enrique Rosas, El Automovil Gris (1919) was filmed in Mexico prior to the Mexican film boom of the 1920s and is one of the few surviving Mexican silent films. It synthesizes many elements popular in international cinema. El Auto was originally a 12 chapter serial, and now the film survives in an edited down version. Rosas filmed on location where the actual events occurred, giving audiences a rare glimpse into the city streets of the late 1910s. The plot of the The Grey Automobile is more than just a cops and robbers shootout. The initial audience was quite familiar with the story of the Grey Automobile Gang who terrorized the streets of Mexico City almost a century ago. Many of the actors/actresses in the film are actual key players in the gang escapades of the Grey Automobile Gang.
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Lafayette Gilchrist & New Volcanoes, Brooks Long, Navasha Daya
8PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
“Blues for Freddie Gray EP Release Concert Lafayette Gilchrist featuring New Volcanoes with specials guests, Brooks Long and Navasha Daya. A sonic and lyrical journey into a new world of urban blues and big boom bap.” $10 admission gets you in AND the new single!

Baltimore Jazz Fest
12PM – 8PM
Druid Hill Park
2600 Madison Ave, Baltimore
BJA’s first-ever jazz festival, a FREE event featuring some of Baltimore’s finest jazz musicians playing in a range of styles, including straight-ahead, Latin, gypsy jazz, funk & fusion – something for everyone! There will be food booths, artists, a beer garden, and a musicial instrument “petting zoo.” The beautiful surroundings of Druid Hill Park and the Rawlings Conservatory will make this a great way to spend the day seeing and hearing many of Baltimore’s greatest jazz artists all in one place.


Areas for Action LIVE!
11AM – 2PM
The Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
During this performance of Areas for Action directed by Oliver Herring, four volunteers will spray colorful food dye from their mouths onto gallery walls. Joyful, messy, surprising, and often fatiguing, this playful, but physically demanding performance is expected to take several hours, showing the profound commitment of time and effort involved in artistic experimentation. The color-splattered walls will become a vibrant backdrop for a new installation of twelve videos by Herring that document a month of public performances from 2010 in New York City.

Ghost-Note in Baltimore *featuring members of Snarky Puppy & Prince* w/ Jonathan Scales Fourchestra
8PM – 2AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Great night of music w/ Jonathan Scales Fourchestra
*Ghost-Note lineup*
Robert “Sput” Searight- Drums (Snarky Puppy)
Nate Werth- Percussion (Snarky Puppy)
MonoNeon- Bass (Prince)
Jonathan Mones- Sax (Funky Knuckles)
Justin Stanton- Keys (Snarky Puppy)
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Kippa Madden presents: The Madden-ness
8PM – 8:45PM
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor by Red Lion
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
Kippa Madden, is a vocalist in the Baltimore area. She has been singing’ all of her life but over the past 15 years has performed at various open mics and showcases in addition to working on several projects with local artists. Kippa has performed with the world renowned Morgan State University Choir while studying voice under Janice Chandler-Eteme at Morgan State University. She is known for her versatile vocal abilities in a wide range of musical genres including but not limited to R & B, Neo-Soul, Pop, and Jazz. In addition to utilizing her vocal abilities, Kippa is also a songwriter, with an extensive catalog. Her influences include: Billy Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Nancy Wilson, Chaka Khan, Stephanie Mills, Natalie Cole and Jill Scott, just to name a few. Kippa released her debut EP “Madness” in October 2015 and is currently working on her next project.

Saturday Anightilation
8PM – 10PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Championship Arm Wrestling, That Brütal Panel Show, Waiting For Steinberg, Topiary   Host: Adam Long
We’ll open the show with some thundering long form improv from Bmore indie team Topiary, then we’re rocking it out with short form improv from house troupe Waiting for Steinberg. After the break, we’ll launch into the hilarious and unique spectacle that is That Brütal Panel Show. Finally, long-running improv/sketch hybrid Championship Arm Wrestling takes the stage. Get your ticket to access the complex world of Baltimore’s only arm wrestling league!
Tickets: $5 cash only at the door, or purchase tickets online up until 7:30 PM the night of the show. This show is presented by Charm City Comedy Project upstairs atZissimos Bar in Hampden.

Anubis Unbound (returns!) – Novarium – Exemptus & more!
7PM – 12AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
One of Baltimore’s most killer Metal Bands returns with a vengeance & a stacked lineup! Anubis UnboundNovariumExemptus, Ardor, and Emerge A Tyrant

NEANDERTAL/3rd Grade Friends,/Jorge Arana Trio/Dentist
8:30PM – 1:30AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
NEANDERTAL ex Members of robotopotomus
3rd Grade Friends
Jorge Arana Trio (MO)
Dentist (NJ)


Morphene Dreamin Presents Straight Outta Baltimore
9PM – 2AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Come Party With The Morphene Dreamin’ Camp(Griff, Emory Forbes, Yetti, & DJ Ariez “The 84 All$tar”) and‘s Shugga Mama. We Turning Up For Whole 410 and Celebrating Sutton Music Group’s Recording Artist Lucchi Major Birthday. We Got Philly’s On DJ Voguish On Deck. BIG DRINKS Flowing All Night. LADIES FREE UNTIL 12AM. FELLAS $10 ALL NIGHT

Matt Monta + June Star at Dangerously Delicious Pies
4PM – 7PM
Dangerously Delicious Pies, Baltimore
2839 O’Donnell Street, Baltimore
Matt Monta, singer-songwriter from Columbus, Ohio will be performing his original songs at Dangerously Delicious Pies in Baltimore. Local favoriteJune Star will be giving a performance as well!

Sunday, October 2

Local Love
11AM – 4PM
White Marsh Mall
8200 Perry Hall Blvd, Baltimore
The Maryland SPCA, together with ReLove Animals Inc., Baltimore County Animal Services and the White Marsh Mall, invite you to join us for Local Love – a humane education event, Sunday, October 2 from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. Join us for fun, games, education, prizes, mascots, food trucks, face painting, adoptable pets from the MD SPCA and Baltimore County Animal Services, and more! This event is focused on teaching the next generation about caring and kindness for animals in our community. The event will be held in the parking lot of the White Marsh Mall across from IKEA. We hope to see you there!

Bonsai Lecture
2PM – 3PM
Cylburn Arboretum
4915 Greenspring Avenue, Baltimore
Cylburn Arboretum’s Celebration of Art features regional artists in a gallery show and reception in the beautiful Vollmer Center. Paintings, drawings, collages, indoor and outdoor sculpture, and photographs will all be a part of this dynamic show. A weekend of art activities and programs accompany the gallery show. On Sunday, October 2nd we are offering additional programs and free access to this wonderful exhibition connect the community to art programming at Cylburn Arboretum.
10am to 4pm, the gallery show will be open to the public on Sunday.
At 2pm, Steve Miller will present a free lecture: The Art of Bonsai. RSVP required.

Seldom Scene at Charm City Bluegrass Presents Live at Westminster Hall
3PM – 6PM
Westminster Hall and Burying Ground
519 W Fayette St, Baltimore
On January 15, 2016 after the announcement of Ben Eldridge’s retirement from the band, RICKIE SIMPKINS became the newest member of the Seldom Scene. Rickie started his musical career with “The Heights of Grass” and then continued professionally with groups like; “The Virginia Squires”, “Tony Rice Unit”, And then on to “Emmylou Harris’ The Red Dirt Boys”. Rickie is one of the most powerful multi instrumentalists on the planet. Rickie plays Banjo and Fiddle and sings with the Seldom Scene.
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Kickoff and Throwdown
7PM – 10PM
Artifact Coffee
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
The Baltimore Coffee Alliance is kicking off the 2016-17 season of events at Artifact Coffee! We are having a party with food provided by Artifact, beer from Union Craft and a Thowdown supported by Counter Culture, Trickling Springs and the BCA. This throwdown won’t be your granpappy’s throwdown, though: It’s part of a 3 tier event circuit, a “Coffee Triple Crown.” Points will be tallied over the course of the circuit, with the winner qualifiing for a BCA sponsored trip to the United States Barista Competition or Barista Camp in the spring! $5 buy in, competitors will be randomly paired into teams of two, and will pour collaberatively through three rounds, each round progressing in difficulty. The three rounds will be scored on symetry, contrast and recognzability/overall execution. In the spirit of coffee competitions, you must announce your pour to the judges before they see it. The scores will be tallied and the top team will walk away with loot and swag.


Mount Vernon Cultural Walk
10AM – 11:30AM
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light St, Baltimore
The Cultural Walk explores the fine architecture and world-renowned institutions along the Charles Street National Scenic Byway. Impressive buildings and monuments line the corridor, from Benjamin Latrobe’s Basilica to the sophisticated minimalism of Mies van der Rohe’s One Charles Center. The nation’s first monument to George Washington stands tall in the center of Mount Vernon Place, just steps away from some of the nation’s foremost cultural institutions, including the Walters Art Museum, Enoch Pratt Free Library, and the Peabody Institute. Tour co-sponsored by the Baltimore National Heritage Area. It begins at the Inner Harbor Visitor Center and ends at the Monument. Limited to 20. $3.50-$10. Tour does not include Monument climb. Reservation for a climb ($6.35) for after the conclusion of your tour can be made on the Conservancy’s website:
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Drunk Vs. Faded: A Spelling Bee
8PM – 10PM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
One team of random drunk bar folk* and one team of predetermined locals with certain activities in their bloodstream will compete against each other in a spelling contest. Audience, we’ll need YOUR word suggestions for our spellers. Come laugh at folks who can’t spell “thesaurus” even though they would be able to sober. You could be the random drunk bar folk! If you’d like to join Team Drunk, arrive before 8:30.
8:00-8:30: Sign-up for the draft lottery
8:35: Names are chosen for Team Drunk
8:36 – 9:00: Team Drunk drinks til drunk. (One free tequila shot will be given, then you are on your own)
FREE at The Crown (Blue Room)

Sunday Bender – a drag brunch
10:45AM – 12:30PM
El Bufalo Tequila Bar & Kitchen
2921 Odonnell St, Baltimore
After a long night or boozing and debauchery one should probably go to church…… NOT! One goes to BRUNCH! And if you are going to go to brunch why not go to a brunch that has delicious food for that hangover and have your other senses overwhelmed by fabulosity, you know what that means, a DRAG BRUNCH! Artists Compound and El Bufalo present your Sunday Bender: a Drag Brunch with your Hostess, the human cannonball of filth and glitter, Bambi Galore! Come to El Bufalo to taste the spicy while watching the hottest Drag Queens in Baltimore perform before your very eyes. Tickets are for sale and you will want to snatch one up, it guarantees you a seat up close to the action and a bottomless beverage of your choosing. Don’t be stuck hanging in the door way when you can be inches from the action. And if you are celebrating anything from a birthday to a divorce, brunch with the girls at El Bufalo is a must!
Come see the incredible talents of
Shaunda Leer, the Ebony Enchantress
Jezzi Bell Divine, a human dancing tornado
Veronica Lush, the queen who will have you laughing all day long
So come on down and sit a spell with us, get your drink on and Praise the fabulosity!
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Annual Edgar Allan Poe Lecture: 2016
1:30PM – 4PM
Westminster Hall and Burying Ground
519 W Fayette St, Baltimore
We hope you’ll join this three-part event that starts at Poe’s grave and moves to the University of Maryland (801 W. Baltimore Street)
1:30 p.m. – Tribute to Poe at the Poet’s Grave
Location: Westminster Burying Ground, at the corner of Fayette and Greene Streets
(This is a very brief and informal ceremony. Anyone wishing to bring flowers to be placed on Poe’s grave is welcome to do so.)
2:00 p.m. – 94th Commemorative Edgar Allan Poe Lecture
Location: Discover auditorium University of Maryland BioPark, 1st Floor, 801 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201. (The University of Maryland BioPark is only a few blocks away from Westminster Hall and the University of Maryland Hospital, just on the western side of Martin Luther King Blvd. Free parking is available on the street.)
Welcome, and Introduction of the Speaker
Address: “ ‘Deep into that darkness peering’: Poe’s Cross-Genre Response to Mystery” by Paul Lewis (professor of English at Boston College, and president of the Poe Studies Association).
Abstract of the lecture: The lemons life gave Poe were bitter loss and haunting mystery. The lemonade he made poured out not only in works that deal with dying women and unloving men but across the genres he explored with relentless, irresistible energy. From the “homeless” protagonist of his first major poem, “Tamerlane,” through the triumphantly empirical Dupin and the dumbfounded narrators of the gothic tales and poems, from the fascination with ciphers through the authoritative voice of the book reviews and the bold assertions of Eureka — mystery looms as the inescapable challenge and extraordinary opportunity created by Poe’s disorienting childhood.
Response/Discussion and Questions from the audience. A reception with cake, cookies and punch will be available following the lecture.


– Lindsey

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