Things to do in Baltimore this week 10/31

Hi Friends!  Rough morning after the unofficial Halloween celebrations last night?  I know the Hansel to my Gretel is not doing so well.  Go out and get a greasy brunch or something and while you are are it, check out all the awesome things you can do this week.  The Halloween celebrations continue!

Monday, October 31

Dia de los Muertos at Papi’s
10/31 through 11/2 11AM – 12AM
1703 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Celebrate Dia de Los Muertos with us Oct 31st-Nov2!
La Bamba cocktail-$5-reposado tequila, triple sec, pineapple & OJ juices, grenadine
Mexican Iced Tea-$5-reposado tequila, agave nectar & Flying Dog Numero Uno lager on the rocks
Mule kick-$4-reposado tequila, peach schnapps, amaretto
Mexican flag-$5-blanco tequila, Clamato juice, lime juice, salted lime
BEERS ANY Day of the Dead Mexican craft beer for $3.50
-Pale Ale, Blonde, Hefeweizen, IPA, Mexican Chocolate Stout,
In addition to our authentic cuisine, we enjoy celebrating the tradition of Mexico’s Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, holiday here at Papi’s. We construct an ofrenda, or ritual altar, in memory of those that have passed on. Decorations include large sugar skulls that were painted by some of the staff.

TWIST Halloween Spooktactular
4PM – 10PM
Twist Fells Point
723 S Broadway, Baltimore
We are so excited for our Halloween Spooktactular. Join us before Trick or Treating for a meal like no other. We will have candy for the kids as well as Free Desert and a Glass of Prosecco for all who come in costume. Hope to see you !


Ekiben’s Bao-lloween $1 Steamed Bun Sandwiches!
4:30PM – 10PM
1622 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore
Come into Ekiben in costume on Halloween between 4:30 and 10pm for $1 steamed bun sandwiches and $3 rice bowls! Limit 1 per costumed customer, drinks and sides are full price.


New Beer Release: Ain’t That Right, Boo? Ale
5PM – 10PM
Waverly Brewing Company
1625 Union Ave, Baltimore
Join us Halloween night for a very special beer release; our new “blue” ale, Ain’t That Right, Boo? Loaded with tons of seasonally-appropriate cereal and blueberry purée, this mysterious & fabled ale brings the ghouls to the yard (sorry). All will be revealed Halloween!

Mount Vernon Marketplace Halloween Party!
7PM – 10:30PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
Trick or Treating is great BUT, Halloween parties are even better! Join us on this freaky night as we get down with DJ GRAY and host a spookish costume contest. Win prizes from our vendors and party on in our haunted Marketplace! Winners will receive Market Bucks – our new in market currency.
3rd place: $25   2nd place: $50   1st place: $100
Mina’s Crepes $10 Food: Chicken & Steak Crepe and Sweet Halloween Crepe
Big Bean Theory $6 Drink: Herbalicious Teas $10 Food: The Mean Jean Burger
Pinch $6 Drink: Van Gogh Cocktails $10 Food: Peckish + Side + Drink
TAPS $6 Drink: Halfsie with Apple Spice Kombucha & Pumpkin Spice Mead
Mi & Yu $10 Food: Fried Tofu or Chicken Veggie Bowl
Eat Taste Love $6 Drink: Cold Brew or Hemp Kettle Tea $10 Food: Pumpkin Pancakes & Hemp Kettle Tea
Brown Rice $6 Drink: 32oz Asahi
Local Oyster $6 Drink: “Ghouls Night Out” Gin, fresh lemon, apple cider & ginger beer topped with nutmeg sprinkle  $10 Food: Freshly steamed PEI mussels with buttered crostini, old bay sprinkle, & side of drawn butter
Cultured $6 Drink: “The Ghoul’s Mule” : Tequila, gin, spicy maple lime, tonic, & carrot $10 Food: “The Satanic Pig” : House Porcetta, marinade, sauteed arugula & roasted tomato oil on baguette
Juniper Culinary Apothecary $6 Drink: Warm Mulled Cider


Halloween Costume Reception for Linda DePalma
5PM – 7PM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Bring your costume A game to our special Halloween Costume Reception! During this event, you’ll be able to mingle with Motor House resident artists, enjoy light refreshments, and view Linda DePalma’s exhibition, “A JERSEY GIRL FINDS HOME” in the Motor House lobby.

9PM – 2AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Join us on HALLOWEEN, Monday October 31st upstairs at the Ottobar for our Metal Monday Haunted Halloween Party. You have never seen the Ottobar like this! Welcome to our Nightmare. Psychoholic Slag (White Zombie Tribute) will now be performing! Metal. Costume Contests. Games. Prizes. Scares. Drink Specials. Movies. Fear. More details to come. 8pm-2am. 21+over

Hampden HalloweenFest 2016
5PM – 8PM
Hampden, Baltimore
“The Avenue” W. 36th Street
It’s time! Dress up in your favorite DIY scary, funny or crazy costume and head on over to the Annual Hampden HalloweenFest taking place from 5-8 pm on Monday, October 31, 2016 on “The Avenue” (W. 36th Street). The event, sponsored by the merchants of historic Hampden, was created to encourage handmade artistry and creativity in Halloween costume design for all ages. Costumed children and adults are encouraged to go shop-to-shop for Trick-or-Treating from 5-6 p.m. with participating merchants along 36th Street, northward up Falls Road, and southward down Chestnut Avenue.  The much-anticipated Costume Contest will take place from 6:30- 8:00 p.m. in front of Ma Petite Shoe at 832 West 36th Street and awards will be given to the Scariest, the Prettiest and the Most Original in each age group. In addition, there will also be a trophy for the Best 18-Year-Old-and-Over Costume. The contest has been an annual tradition in Hampden for over 50 years and is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Hampden-Midtown. The Johns Hopkins University Circle K students function as judges along with community members.

New Belgium Pour Over Pairing feat. The PIPS
6PM – 2AM
Das Bier Haus
1542 Light St, Baltimore
New Belgium Pour Over Pairing! Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Blonde Ale Release Party with Live Music from “The Pips”. Each New Belgium beer will be paired with a flavor of Ice Cream from Ben & Jerry’s. Buy a 1/2 liter or 1 liter of New Belgium, get a free scoop of Ice Cream of your choice. Best Costume will win free Liter of New Belgium and Pint of Ben & Jerry’s.

Halloween Costume Contest
9PM – 1:30AM
Grand Central Nightclub
1001 N Charles St, Baltimore
Grand Central’s Annual Halloween Contest Party…
$500 First Place, $250 Second Place, $50 Third Place
Join Us in the Disco, Doors Open 9pm, Costume Contest @12:30

Spooky Salsa at Ikaros W/ Josmarly Cordero & DJ Dola
8PM – 12:30AM
Ikaros Restaurant
4901 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
This Monday, Sentimiento Dance Co. & RDCB will be hosting a Halloween costume party so make sure that you come out dressed up and ready to have a good time! We’ll have prize giveaways for the sexiest, scariest, funniest and most original costumes! For our guest instructor and Dj for the night…we’ve brought in 2 of the best on the entire east coast to do it! We’ll have the lovely JOSMARLY CORDERO of Latin Zone Baltimore teaching a footwork and body movement class from 8-845pm! If you haven’t taken her classes before, you definitely wouldn’t want to miss this one! After the class is over, the one and only Mr. Salsa Underground himself and co-organizer of the 2017 Baltimore Salsa Congress, DJ DOLA will be in the house blazing some of the hottest music that you’ve ever heard in your life! So Ikaros will definitely be the place to be to party on Halloween night!

Halloween BOOOOgie Dance Party
10:30PM – 1:45AM
Sticky Rice Bmore
1634 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Join us for a Halloween BOOOOgie Dance Party!  No cover, $4 drink specials, prizes for clever costumes. DJ Mom Jeans (Abby Hopper) and super special guest appearance from Casey Williams!

901 Arts Haunted House 2016: FREAK SHOW
4:30PM – 7PM
901 Arts
901 Montpelier St, Baltimore
Join 901 Arts for a tour through this year’s haunted maze, a dark carnival where performers are eager to show you their terrifying talents! Not for the faint of heart! Entrance to the haunted house is $1 and all are invited to enjoy candy, apples and cider with friends out front!


Halloween Costume Trivia Contest
8PM – 10PM
Cafe Hon
1002 W 36th St, Baltimore
Come join us Halloween for our weekly Trivia with a twist! Prize for Best Custome & runner up with Beer & Food Specials. hosted by Charm City Trivia

Tuesday, November 1

Vegan Takeover at The Room
7AM – 1PM
The Room – Mt. Vernon
800 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Nourrie Cuisine and Hvmble Vegan Kitchen are teaming up for a Vegan Takeover on World Vegan Day! Check out the menu below! The Room – Mt. Vernon is turning their kitchen over to us for a completely vegan breakfast and lunch service. Please come out to support vegan food in Baltimore and share this with your friends.
BREAKFAST MENU (while supplies last)
Breakfast Platter: Baked Tofu-Egg and Seitan-Sausage drizzled with warm Cashew-Hollandaise Sauce served with a side of Sweet Potato Kale Hash
Breakfast Sandwich: Baked Tofu-Egg, Seitan-Sausage, and Scallion Cream Cheese on a Toasted Bagel
Toasted Bagel with Scallion Cream Cheese
Soup: Creamy Tomato Basil
Salad: Kale, Apple, Dried Cranberries, and Creamy Herb Dressing
Asian Tofu Panini: Ginger Soy Tofu with Pickled Apple, Lettuce, and Spicy Peanut Sauce
Reuben Panini: Seitan-Sausage with Sauerkraut, Thousand Island, and Cashew-Cheese
DESSERT by Hvmble Vegan


Tito’s Vodka “Yappier Hour”
6PM – 8PM
Gunther & Co.
3650 Toone St, Baltimore
The first of four “Yappier Hours” co-hosted with Tito’s vodka and benefitting the Maryland SPCA! We’ll have giveaways, dog treats, prizes and, of course, cocktail specials!!! So grab your pup and join us for #vodkafordogpeople!

Dia de Los Muertos at Banditos
11AM – 1AM
Banditos Bar & Kitchen
1118 S Charles St, Baltimore
Celebrate the Day of Dead at Banditos with food & drink specials all day! Of course since it’s a Tuesday we’ll have our $2 & $3 tacos all day! We will also have $4.00 Corona, Corona Light, & Modelo as well as $6 margaritas. Don’t forget about the face painter + giveaways and more.


Wine Tasting
7PM – 8PM
Trinacria Italian Cafe
111 W Centre St, Baltimore
Join us for our first wine tasting.Sample 6 wines from Italy
Enjoy appetizers and finger food.All wines for sale that evening up to 50%off menu price. Cost is $ 20 with $10 going towards your wine purchase that evening. This will be a fun filled evening of learning, eating and tasting! Call the cafe to reserve your spot now, space is limited.

Peabody Student Jazz hosted by Rachel Winder and Mike Gary
7:30PM – 9PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Saxophonist Rachel Winder and Guitarist Mike Gary are joined by Peabody students and alumni and friends — a different collection of artists with each performance!!
Tickets: $10 in advance/$13 at door/$5 full-time students with ID

Ruby Rose Fox / Joseph & The Beasts / Kerra Holtgren
8PM – 11PM
33 W. North Ave, Baltimore
Ruby Rose Fox, a vocal powerhouse of soul-­driven, edgy rock ‘n’ roll (with a nod to new ­wave pop), whose voice threatens to knock down the walls of any room in which she performs is hard at work to make 2016 her strongest year of new releases and live performances.
JOSEPH & THE BEASTS (Baltimore Nebulous Rock)
RUBY ROSE FOX (Powerful Soul/Rock from Boston)
KERRA HOLTGREN aka THE SWEDISH FIST (Ukulele with Attitude)

Howardian (ex-Japanther) at Ottobar, Baltimore
8:30PM – 10:30PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
with special guests:

Stallone, Lemmiwinks, Black Dominia, Skulls and The Subtastics
8PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Stallone: Juan Montoya’s instrumental project (of Killer Be Killed/ Former-Torche)
Lemmiwinks: Punk Rock outta Panama!
Black Dominia: Heavy Doom Jazz Psych Rock from VA!
Skulls: Misfits Tribute band from DC!
Subtastics: Baltimore Pop Punk!

CD Release Party for David Smooke’s “Nutshell Studies”
7:30PM – 10:30PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
CD Release Party for David Smooke’s “Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death” Featuring performances by David Smooke, the Baltimore Boom Bap Society, members of the Lunar Ensemble, and more! Improvisations inspired by the album, and music by David’s former students: Jason Charney, Anna Meadors, and Frances Pollock.

Winemaker Cooking Series – Daniella Rocca of Albino Rocca
6:30PM – 9:30PM
1005 N Charles St, Baltimore
Albino Rocca’s history starts in the mid 1940’s when Albino Rocca’s father Giacomo started in the wine business initially selling grapes from family vineyards and later making his own wine that was sold in demijohn. Thanks to the inheritance of some of the most precious vineyards in the 1960’s Giacomo was able to start what is now Albino Rocca. Albino’s hard work and his strong support of our father Angelo Rocca laid the foundation that created a family winemaking tradition that has grown internationally over the years. Menu TBD. $79.
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Wednesday, November 2

Opening Reception
6PM – 8PM
Zella’s Pizzeria
1145 Hollins St, Baltimore
Annual show and sale of small original works of art – priced for gift giving. As always, free admission and refreshments. Arts sales by check or cash only. Multiple artists.

Cogs and Couture
6:45PM – 9:30PM
Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Baltimore Style is taking the (industrial) revolution to the runway with COGS & COUTURE, Baltimore’s chicest party of the year! Strut your stuff down the red carpet and join us for an unforgettable night of fantastic food, great company and a locally handpicked fashion show. 100% of ticket sales benefit BARCS Animal Shelter


Baltimore: Comedy for a Cause with Amer Zahr
7PM – 9PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Join ANERA at Creative Alliance in Baltimore on Wednesday, November 2, at 7:00 PM for a performance by Palestinian-American comedian Amer Zahr! Proceeds from this event will benefit ANERA’s health, education, and economic development programs across Palestine and Lebanon. We hope to see you there!
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2-For-1 Wednesday Happy Hour
5PM – 7PM
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
1525 Russell St, Baltimore
Stop by Johnny Sánchez Baltimore on Wednesday, November 2nd for our 2-For-1 Happy Hour. That’s right, all Tacos, Margaritas, Drafts, Well Drinks and House Wine are Buy One Get One free! Mark your calendars because this one after work soiree that you will NOT want to miss!

Chef Egg Live: Hands On Moroccan
6:30PM – 9PM
Blue Moon Too
1024 Light St, Baltimore
Join Chef Egg at Blue Moon Cafe Too In Fed Hill and learn about the history, flavors and culture of Morocco. In this hands on class, you will learn how to mix Morrocan spices, marinades and sauces, preserve lemons and make your own homemade pita bread. You will also understand the techniques to perfect steamed cous cous and how to flavor and braise homemade chicken tagine.
Preserved Lemon (Demo)
Authentic Steamed Cous Cous w/ Saffron (Demo)
Moroccan Skillet Pita Bread aka Batbout
Shrimp w/ Herb and Garlic Chermoula
Braised Chicken, Apple and Olive Tagine
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Playread With Me: An Informal, Participatory Reading Series
5:30PM – 9PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
This playreading meets bookclub invites you to grab a drink, take on a role in the play, and join actors around the table to read a script dealing with identity in America. Then we’ll talk about the themes and their relevance to you and Baltimore. Mutt’s discussion will focus around race and politics and will be facilitate by P.J. Brendese, Assistant Professor of Political Science at JHU and Co-Director of the Racism, Immigration and Citizenship Program. If you want to read, show up at 5:30PM to get a part. The reading will begin at 6 (those who don’t want to read are welcome to listen!). FREE EVENT (you purchase your own drinks and can throw in $5 for Joe’s Squared pizza if you want food!)
Synopsis of the play: The Republican Party finally – finally! – realizes it has a problem with race. So it decides its best chance for success in the presidential election is to back a candidate who’s of mixed race- a little bit of everything. A blisteringly funny satire that skewers not only the elephants in the room but the donkeys too, Mutt burns down the entire house of racial cards.


Big Eyes w/ Bested, The Rememberables, My Friday Anthem
8:30PM – 11:30PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Big Eyes
Bested (ex Roomrunner)
The Rememberables
My Friday Anthem
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Bunk Buddha w/ Teknacolor Ninja – Zoo Logic – Image.Nation
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Night 1 of Bunk Buddha‘s November Wednesday Residency with Teknacolor NinjaZoo LogicImage.Nation
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Are You Devil Enough? Tasting & Eating Contest
8PM – 11PM
Myth and Moonshine
2300 Boston St, Baltimore
In Honor of National Deviled Egg Day we are giving away over $500 in prizes during our Deviled Egg Eating contest along with a tasting menu with a variety of Deviled Eggs from Chef Kevin’s kitchen. Plus Ravens Tickets too!
Get a Ticket to get into the Eating Contest.


The Art of Making Sushi
6PM – 9PM
1005 N Charles St, Baltimore
Traditional Japanese sushi can be considered very simple…just fish and rice. But it is much more complicated than that. Join us as we explore the proper way to make sushi rice, how to choose and cut different types of fish and how to make the basic sushi styles; Nigirizushi or ‘hand-pressed’ and the different rolls – Hosomaki, Futomaki, Uramaki and Temaki. Of course, we’ll turn you loose to create your own sushi creations! $49.
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Nate McCormick at The Corner Charcuterie
9PM – 12AM
Corner Restaurant and Charcuterie Bar
850 W 36th St, Baltimore
altimore peeps! Lets make this happen right! This is my first time making an appearance and I’ve only heard great things. Writing new songs, so expect an expanse to the song list – and more to get stuck in your head. Show starts at 9, and as always, there’ll be demo’s available.


Kostov-Valkov Duo
8PM – 9PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
In 2009, the Kostov-Valkov Duo gave their Carnegie Hall debut at Zankel Hall. In 2011 they won the Liszt-Garisson International Competition, where they were awarded First Prize, the overall Liszt Prize, and all the special prizes in the collaborative artists category. In 2016 they released a second CD, containing award-winning transcriptions by the Kostov-Valkov Duo of works by Franz Liszt, as well as virtuoso arrangements from the operas Carmen, and The Barber of Seville.
Tickets: $15 in advance/$18 at door/$10 full-time students with ID

Dia De Los Muertos – Celebration Salsa Bachata Party at Mex
8:30PM – 1AM
Mex Baltimore
26 Market Pl at Power Plant Live!, Baltimore
An annual celebration to honor the spirits of the dead, observed in Mexico and other Latin American countries. There will be music, dancing, friends galore, We have a fantastic dance floor! Join us for our Day of the Dead Party on this fun night at Mex Tequila at the Power Plant Live.
Lessons with Niss Albaig of SalsaNow:
8:30 PM Beginner Salsa Basics
9:15 PM Partnering Salsa Patterns
Salsa, Bachata and more, best dance music with resident DJ Mambo Soul

Thursday, November 3

Fried Chicken & Cocktails
6PM – 10PM
4 W Madison St, Baltimore
Take a sneak peek at R. House’s upcoming fried chicken stall BRD. Alex Janian & co. will be in the house, slinging fried chicken sandwiches, wings, and homestyle sides paired with off-menu cocktails from the Sugarvale crew. Cap it off with some sweet desserts from Dooby’s, because why not. No reservations, just bring all of your friends… and their friends too.

Baltimore Whiskey Festival – Baltimore, MD
6PM – 9PM
The Engineers Club
11 W Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
A New Event For Lovers of Fine Spirits. You’ve seen them in other cities……New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. and others. Finally, Charm City has its own! The Baltimore Whiskey Fest offers you the opportunity to taste from a selection of more than 100+ whiskies from around the world. Your ticket includes access to the grand tasting and a commemorative glass. Do you want to learn more about whiskies, scotches and other distilled spirits? Attend free seminars conducted by whisky experts. And be sure to take some time to enjoy the succulent gourmet food offered. Meet the whisky distillers, master blenders, and other whisky experts who will be in attendance. This is your chance to taste from a selection of single malt and blended Scotch, Irish, Tennessee, bourbon, rye, Japanese, Canadian, and craft-distilled whiskies, all assembled in one place for one special night. High-end rum, cognac, and other spirits will be available as well. Casual Business Attire is Expected and Appreciated.
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TheArtistExchange Radio Show “FireStarters” Series
7PM – 10PM
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor by Red Lion
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.” – Booker T. Washington. TheArtistExchange Radio Show presents the ‘FireStarters Series” a collection of interviews that spotlight the artists, entrepreneurs, and community leaders from The DMV area. A live yet intimate interview with a few of the DMV’s; exceptional artists, entrepreneurs and community leaders. Hosted by Nate Couser , Founder and Host of TheArtistExchange Radio Show & LLC. Our Live Broad Cast can be found on

Festival Launch Party – 5th Anniversary Charm City Fringe Fest
7PM – 11PM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Kick off the 5th anniversary Charm City Fringe Fest in style! CCF and festival partner Joe Squared are throwing a party to launch Baltimore’s biggest indie theatre and performing arts festival.
WHAT DO YOU GET?: A festival button, drink ticket, musical guests, festival preview performances, a Pixilated photo booth, and special surprises from our friends across the city! Come for the snacks by Joe Squared and drink specials all night with your shiny new button, stay for the great music and theatre.
The Great Invention
Night Watch Paradox
The Eulogy
More Sex, Drugs, & Audience Participation
B-Side Man
Sharing a Dance With You
Featuring musical performances by Tool Shed
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Honey Whitlock, Queen Wolf, Governess, DJ Pancakes
8PM – 2AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Some of the baddest babes in Baltimore and DC making music in the moonlight – mighty nice! DJ Pancakes bringing her sweet stuff all in between and on top!
Honey Whitlock –
Governess –
Queen Wolf –
DJ Pancakes –

Shellshag, Vacation, Homosuperior at The Sidebar
9PM – 12AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
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Game Night at the Walters
6:30PM – 9PM
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
Many contemporary tabletop games have relationships or even origins in the medieval period. Jason Corace, Sam Sheffield, and the MICA Game Design department will explain this evolution in gaming using examples from the special exhibition “A Feast for the Senses: Art and Experience in Medieval Europe”. Spend the evening trying your hand at dozens of games from the past and present.
Register for Free Here

A Taste of Hampden 2016
6PM – 9PM
The Ideal Arts Space
905 W 36th St, Baltimore
You are cordially invited to attend A Taste of Hampden 2016, another fabulous party to benefit the Hampden Family Center, this year in a great new venue. And ideal it will be, with Hampden chefs performing daring feats of culinary prowess, demonstrating artistry and good taste.
Participating restaurants (to-date) include:
Asian Taste, Birroteca, Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar, Café Cito, Cafe Hon , Common Ground, Corner Charcuterie Bar, Cosima, Daniela’s Pasta and Pasteries, Dangerously Delicious Pies, Five and Dime Ale House, Frazier’s on the Avenue, Harmony Bakery, Holy Frijoles, Ma Petite Shoe and Café, Play Café, Rocket to Venus, The Art House, The Charmery, The Food Market, The Sweet Side Café, Wicked Sisters, Woodberry Kitchen, And more!
Advance tickets – $40 per person, Tickets at the door – $40
All proceeds going to benefit the programs and services at the Hampden Family Center!


Support The Urban Children Foundation
5PM – 8:45PM
Gertrude’s Restaurant
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
Join us Thursday, November 3rd, for dinner at Gertrude’s, an amazing restaurant, and support our mission for Baltimore City’s youth to be the best they can be in their extracurricular activity. 20% of the evening’s proceeds will be donated to The Urban Children Foundation. Reservations can be made from 5 P.M. – 8:45 P.M. We hope you are able to join us!

Quintron & Miss Pussycat w/ Frogman (Ed Schrader & Kevin Sherry)
8PM – 11PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
The Quintron and Miss Pussycat live show is one of barely controlled electronic chaos, “Swamp-Tech” dance beats, small explosions, clothes, and entertaining puppet stories. You can experience them live at their own secret club, the Spellcaster Lodge in New Orleans or on one of their many tours around the world. This act somehow has equal relevance in sleazy nightclubs, pizza restaurants, and university lecture halls.
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Squaring The Circle – First Thursday at Corner
9PM – 12AM
Corner Restaurant and Charcuterie Bar
850 W 36th St, Baltimore
Hello… did you miss us Baltimore?!? It’s been quite awhile, and it’s time to return to our First Thursday show at Corner!!! You know the deal – shot and a beer special, delicious food, plenty of jams, and more debauchery than one can handle!  LET’S PARTY!!!

Mondo Baltimore – Hard Ticket to Hawaii
7PM – 11PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
As always it’s FREE, with KARAOKE after the flicks!!
7PM – VACATION FROM HELL: A clip show that will make you glad you’re in Baltimore right now.
8PM – HARD TICKET TO HAWAII: From cult icon Andy Sidaris comes one of his most notorious T&A spy action romps, featuring a bevy of Playboy playmates, explosions galore, and an escaped python made even more deadly thanks to toxic waste.

Goucher Improv Troupe vs. The University of Maryland Troupe
9PM – 10:30PM
Single Carrot Theatre
2600 N Howard St, Baltimore
Goucher Improv Troupe is facing off with the improv troupe from University of Maryland to earn a free spot in the College Improv Tournament (nationals, baby!). Come show your love and support for us and we’ll pay ya back with laughs that make ya tinkle!

Surgeon, Existentium, Thought Eater
8PM – 12AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Thought Eater

KARL BLAU + LAKE w/ Other Colors and Special GUEST at the CROWN
8PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
THE CROWN presents:
LAKE (olympia, wa)
with OTHER COLORS (Baltimore / Friends Records)
The Crown: Red Buy Tickets Here

Elise Testone and her All Star Band – Cara Kelly & The Tell Tale
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Elise Testone – A powerhouse vocalist whose incredible stage presence and vocal maturity rank with the best, Elise Testone is the perfect combination of soul, rock, attitude and restraint. Equally as impressive and at ease belting James Brown style vocals over a relentless funk groove as she is resting her voice gently over a ballad, Testone’s range of influences and vocal capacity know few limits.
Cara Kelly & the Tell Tale – soulful, rootsy, rock and roll crosses genre lines and captivates the crowd with their energetic live performances. Led with the fierce intensity of Kelly’s vocals and rounded out with Tim Nodar’s soaring harmonies. Together they focus on crafting their songs and creating a sound that is wholly their own. Along with Cara’s brother Tony Kelly (organ, piano), Audrey Hamilton (bass, vox), and Rob Parrish (drums). Local independent radio station WTMD took notice and CKTT quickly found their niche in the growing Baltimore music scene and beyond, playing the main stages at regional festivals such as Hot August Blues, Lunar Bay, and Camp Barefoot Music & Arts Festivals. They released their second EP “Puncture” in early 2014.
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Hey You, Come Back! November Reading
8PM – 10PM
The Crown – Blue Room
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Naré Navasardyan lives in dc after graduating from college in Baltimore where she majored in love letters. She likes dream diaries, porn, and watery diner coffee.
Cija (pronounced Kia) Jefferson is a non-fiction writer who earned her MFA in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts from University of Baltimore. She’s currently collaborating with a friend on the photography series, “Behind a Window,” writing micro-stories about images of New York City windows. You can find them on her blog, Cija’s Quips.
Rachael Clifford is a first-year MFA student in the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University. She is first-generation Nigerian-American. She strives to write in the poetic & storytelling traditions of Toni Morrison, Sandra Cisneros, Jamaica Kincaid, and Lucille Clifton, among many others.

Formaggi, salume and vino
7PM – 9PM
Pane e Vino Of Little Italy
408 S High St, Baltimore
Join us for an evening of sipping, savoring and socializing. Enovations wine ambassador, and Baltimore boy, Filippo Lapides will be present to introduce the selected italian wine varietals. International Gourmet’s Gina Laferdinando will be on hand to discuss the process of cheese making and how to harmoniously pair the two. Five courses of sampling, $25 per person. 410-685-3300 for Reservation.

Gallery 788’s Marie-Paule DC’s Wild Flowers and Crazy Weeds
7PM – 9PM
La Cakerie Mt Vernon
1216 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us at the opening reception of Marie-Paule DC’s Wild Flowers and Crazy Weeds Pop Up Art Show on Thursday, November 3rd 7pm at La Cakerie, Mount Vernon.

Michael Koppy, Americana Songwriter – Baltimore Debut
8PM – 9PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
“Michael Koppy’s Ashmore’s Store is the Best Album of the Year—and ‘All in the Timing’ is the best song this critic has heard in the past 30 years…This is great art…A work of genius.” — Paul Riley, Country Music People Magazine
He’s Scott Walker meets Bob Dylan, on a wild road trip through life….utterly sensational. — Paul Riley, Country Music People Magazine
Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 a door/$10 full-time students with ID

Friday, November 4

Join us for our Grand Opening at 36 POP!
3PM – 11PM
36 POP
850 36th Street, Baltimore
We are offically opening our doors for this very special day. Join us as we celebrate our Hampden community, brand new shop and artisinal products. On the first Friday of every month, the charming Baltimore neighborhood of Hampden welcomes the community with late-night shopping, drink specials and cheap eats. Up and down The Avenue (36th St.) businesses are open late, so shoppers can sample the best Hampden has to offer.


White Russian Release!
3PM – 10PM
Jailbreak Brewing Company
9445 Washington Blvd N, Ste F, Laurel
Join us for our 3rd annual Lebowski night and have a White Russian with The Dude! Cheers! Did you know this was a can release as well? White Russian will be packaged and put in 4packs with no limits on how many you can purchase the day of release! We’ll be showing The Big Lebowski on the projection screen. Of course we encourage you to dress up, we know our brew master will!

The Gift of Art Holiday Show 2016
6PM – 9PM
Mud and Metal
1121 W 36th St, Baltimore
Opening Reception for The Gift of Art Holiday Show 2016. Treasured art to give is a treasured gift to artists who love to create. The upcoming holidays are rich with blessings of giving and receiving. Visit The Gallery Above over MUD and METAL in November and December to see art works that will enhance your living or work spaces year after year, as a gift for yourself or for some lucky person on your gift list. See unique, original art that is the product of the creative gifts of four local artists.

Mark Cottman presents: Art and Poetry
7PM – 9PM
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor by Red Lion
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
Mark Cottman will feature an evening of his vibrant art and poetry. In 1999, after a successful career as an architectural engineer, Mark Cottman decided to become a full time artist. He knew then his decision would lead to a more fulfilling existence. Born and raised in Baltimore, this self taught, award winning artist, favors a large variety of subject matter. “Through my art and words”, Cottman says, “I feel it’s necessary to offer something of meaning in this world. I believe there is no ‘us’ or ‘them’ only ‘we’. We all share the Earth as our home. Only through a conscious mind can we really know ourselves and find peace.” In 2010, Cottman founded and established the Mark Cottman Gallery. Mark Cottman Gallery is committed to raising consciousness through his artwork and writings. The gallery also gives back to the community through partnering with non-profit and community based organizations.

Crush 2016: 10 Years of Crush,10 Best Wine Regions
7:30PM – 10:30PM
The Engineers Club
11 W Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Come enjoy wines from the world’s 10 best wine regions served along a menu inspired by the best dishes from the 10 previous years of Crush, including:
• Gazpacho with Shrimp
• Oyster Oscar – topped with jumbo Lump Crab, Asparagus, & Applewood Smoked Bacon
• Roasted BBQ Lamb Chops
• Lobster Salad
• Sushi Station
• Italian Minestrone with Focaccia Bread
• Pistachio Crusted Seabass
• Boursin Topped Beef Sirloin with French Fried Onion & Balsamic Glaze
• Sea Scallop in Puff Pastry with Sweet Baby Peas & Carrots
Don’t Miss Out on the Education Session*:
Regional Wine Education: Presented by Certified Sommelier Tim O’Hare 8:00 pm Space is Limited! Register when ordering your tickets.
The Crush is a Benefit for the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion Endowment Fund.
Buy Tickets Here

$30 BYOB 3-Course Dinner & Clothing Drive
7PM – 11PM
Delights by Mina LLC
105 N Charles St, Baltimore
SAVE THE DATE: Friday, November 4th @ 7pm, Chef Mina will be hosting her First Friday Monthly Dinner at Delights by Mina LLC, featuring:
★ Her delicious 3-Course Dinner, starting at just $30 (★BYOB★)
★ A Winter Clothing Drive to help the needy: Bring a winter clothing item, and receive a FREE PREMIUM ENTRÉE UPGRADE (normally +$10)
★ LIVE MUSIC from Rufus Roundtree of Rufus Roundtree and Da B’more Brass Factory and El Lambert & the El Lambert Band
To make reservations, please call/text our reservation line at 443-300-MINA (6462). We look forward to seeing you there!

Darsombra // Stinking Lizaveta // Hex Inverter // Rukut
8PM – 1AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Come celebrate Darsombra’s homecoming from Infinity Tour / “Polyvision” album release!!!
Stinking Lizaveta
Hex Inverter

Helado Negro w/ Buscabulla & Citrine  at Ottobar
9PM – 12AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Helado Negro w/ special guests Buscabulla & Citrine
A South Florida native, born to Ecuadorian immigrants and based in Brooklyn, Roberto Carlos Lange’s upbringing provides essential elements to his songwriting, including his consistently bilingual – English and Spanish – lyrics. While citing the influence of electro and Miami-bass he heard on the radio in his youth, his diverse work as Helado Negro points to shades of kraut rock bathed in his mesmerizing rhythms, loops and hair-raising melodies. Known for his craftsmanship, Lange has cultured his identity, ideology and musical dexterity with constant artistic and introspective development, pouring his heart and full sincerity into his music.
Buy Tickets Here

Labor Removed
7PM – 10PM
La Bodega Gallery
1501 Guilford Ave A100, Baltimore
This November Allover St. come join us with the opening reception of Jacob Zimmerman’s “Labor Removed”! Native to the Baltimore region, Jacob grew up in Harford County. Introduced to sculptural thinking early in college after spending most of his childhood and high school in B/W dark rooms. Coming from a construction employment background, he has extensive knowledge of tooIs and thier function. Through this he has found an ability to effectively express himself through creating objects and spaces. While also maintaining a sensibility and appreciation for photo/video documentation. Currently a senior BFA student at Towson University.

Deaf Scene, Black Lung, You Bred Raptors?
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Deaf Scene (Baltimore)
BLACK LUNG (Baltimore)
You Bred Raptors? (NYC)
Deaf Scene is coming back to the 8×10 to play their first hometown show since their successful August split residency with Aqueous! Don’t miss them for this special end-of-tour headline show, the dudes will be back with a vengeance!
Baltimore Stoner-rock favorites BLACK LUNG will be joining the trio party to make their 8×10 debut, rocking new tunes off of their recently released album, “See The Enemy”, released on Noisolution Records.
NYC natives You Bred Raptors? are coming to Baltimore again following their tour with Deaf Scene and their Adult Swim debut at New York Comicon! Expect some critical hits, special moves, and crucial combos as they engage your senses with an incredible Cello / 8-string Bass / Drums package.
Buy Tickets Here

Michel Nirenberg Brazilian Jazz Quartet
8PM – 11PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Saxophone master and composer Michel Nirenberg shares the beautiful melodies and fascinating rhythms of Brazil on this tour and brings plenty of new music with him. The young musician first came to the U.S. for to earn a master’s degree in classical performance from James Madison University. Before returning to Brazil he released his first album and joined the roster of Jazz Beyond Borders artists. Performances in many cities drew many standing ovations. In upcoming U.S. shows like this one, Nirenberg will share some tunes slated for his next recording. At An die Musik Live, he’ll be backed by Brazilian percussionist Alejandro Lucini, pianist Todd Simon and bassist Mike Pope . Nirenberg himself on saxophones, voice and percussion. The audience will hear exciting new pieces representing a wide range of Brazilian instrumental music styles. Nirenberg’s composition “Faith,” mixes baião, partido alto and maracatu rhythms. His deeply spiritual composition “Bahia de Todos os Santos” is an Ijexá rhythm from the state of Bahia in northeast Brazil and includes a traditional capoeira chant. You’ll also hear favorites from his last album. Tickets are only $20 and $10 for students with I.D. Buy Tickets Here

Version 1.5
9PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
DJ Trillnatured will be carrying the vibes all night long!

Puddle/ Dark Water Transit/ Hamilton Outlaw/ Mantis Toboggan
9PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Puddle headlines this evening of locally sourced, grass-fed talent. Super stoked to be sharing the stage with our new friends Mantis Toboggan, punk rock veterans with a new band called Hamilton Outlaw, and math-rock-legends Dark Water Transit, who just reunited after a ten year hiatus! Join us for cheap drinks, loud music, and love, in the cozy ambiance of Baltimore’s one and only Sidebar.
Bands in order as follows:
Mantis Toboggan, Hamilton Outlaw, Dark Water Transit, and Puddle

I’m With Her
8PM – 10PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Gina Brown, Tiffany Cain, Liz Curtis, Eileen Haley, Becca Lundberg, Elizabeth Norman, Hedi Sandberg, Maya Siegel, Wendy Stewart, Alyssa Truszkowski, Wendy Wroblewski. Host: Elizabeth Norman
Bring your white gloves and veiled fascinators…we’ve got a special SUPER SIZED version of our ladies standup showcase in honor of Secretary HRC. No doubt we’ll be setting prim and proper behavior aside for the night. We’ll start off with standup from host Elizabeth Norman, then we’re taking a lazy stroll down the lane with the rest of the ladies! Our headliner is Liz Curtis of Harrisburg, PA.
Tickets: $5 cash at the door, or buy them online up until 7:30 PM the day of the show.
This show is presented upstairs at Zissimos Bar by Charm City Comedy Project.

A Night with Doomsday Mavericks & Friends Host By The Commish
7PM – 10PM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
A Night to remember with this awesome lineup . SHow 21+ . get your Advance dicounted tickets from the bands for just $8 bucks. 4 Awesome bands
Kan Of Worms 7:45 to 8:30
HellpieBand 8:45 to 9:30
Doomsday Mavericks 9:45 to 10:30
Mangog 10:45 to 11:30
Host by The Commish
“Remember without local Music the world would be Silent”

Saturday, November 5

Fruit Tree Fair
10AM – 2PM
Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens of Baltimore
3100 Swann Dr., Baltimore
TreeBaltimore is Baltimore’s program for the coordination of all tree plantings by city agencies, non‑profit organizations, neighborhoods, and community associations. The Baltimore City Fruit Tree Partnership was formed in 2015 with Baltimore Recnparks, TreeBaltimore, Baltimore Orchard Project, and Parks & People Foundation to coordinate community orchard fruit tree plantings throughout the city. Our goal for this event is to create a space for networking, education, and family fun. We plan to offer several workshop and panel sessions for guests to receive some in-depth information that they can take home and practice in their neighborhood whether it’s pruning your fruit tree, or learning about various programs available to help you get a community orchard started! We can grow food as we grow community, all the while increasing the city’s tree canopy! No registration is required, however, free native and urban hardy fruit trees will be provided on a first come- first served basis, so come early, get a tree, and find a workshop to participate in! All Fair happenings will be taking place directly outside and inside of the Beautiful Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens at 3100 Swann Drive in Druid Hill Park!


Vino in Vogue
12PM – 4PM
Harbor East
Where President Street Meets Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Taste wines from Harbor East restaurants, poured by their top sommeliers and connoisseurs, while you enjoy an afternoon of swirling, sampling and shopping (this is Harbor East, after all). Tasting tables hosted by select neighborhood restaurants will line the sidewalks of Harbor East, offering pours of three wines from their impressive cellars. Love one of the selections? Full glasses will be available for purchase. Complimentary cheese, sweets and lite bites offered inside retail shops, with select stores hosting special sales and promotions. Live music from Pressing Strings and food from Whole Foods Market make the afternoon a festive fall affair.
Buy Tickets Here

The Mighty Pint Homebrew Competition
12PM – 4PM
1 Olympic Pl, Towson
Think you have great taste in beer? Well, let’s find out. Join us here at our studios for WTMD’s 2nd annual ‘THE MIGHTY PINT’ Homebrew Competition! Enjoy unlimited tastings from over 30 area home-brewers, a commemorative glass and live music by Sean K Preston and The Loaded Pistols. PLUS, your votes will help determine the popular vote winners and the judges panel will determine who will get their beer brewed by The Brewer’s Art! This is a rain or shine event and tickets are limited. The Mighty Pint Homebrew Competition is presented by Nepenthe Homebrew and Bond Distributing.
Buy Tickets Here


The Great Baltimore Oyster Festival
1PM – 5PM
West Shore Park – Inner Harbor
501 Light Street, Baltimore
Waterfront Partnership and The Chesapeake Bay Foundation are teaming up again to host The Great Baltimore Oyster Festival! This event will be held on Saturday, November 5th from 1pm to 5pm at West Shore Park. Enjoy live music by the High & Wides and Tongue in Cheek, oysters, other seafood options, alcohol, food trucks, family friendly activities and interactive Chesapeake Bay themed displays! Online ticket sales will close at 11:59pm on Wednesday November 2nd.
Buy Tickets Here

Baltimore Whiskey Co 1 Year Anniversary Party!
5PM – 9PM
The Baltimore Whiskey Company
2800 Sisson, Baltimore, Maryland
What a year! It’s not easy to make it even this long as a small business, and we couldn’t have done it without Baltimore’s amazing support! Join us in celebrating our one year anniversary with music, food, and drinks. Grilled Steak Buns cooked on site from Dooby’s and cocktails and beer from Sugarvale featuring The Baltimore Whiskey Company spirits. Tour the distillery, relax with friends, let us say THANK YOU, and get your Saturday started right. Brass Tacks: Indoor-Outdoor event. Rain or shine. No door fee; cash bar.

Waverly Brewing Company One-Year Anniversary Party
6PM – 12AM
Waverly Brewing Company
1625 Union Ave, Baltimore
We’re turning one and want to celebrate in style with food by The Smoking Swine & The Local Oyster + music by Squaring The Circle & James Nasty! There’s no admission charge or tickets, but, space is limited so come early to get a good spot to get your groove on next to the mighty Jones Falls. Thanks for a great year and here’s to many, many more!

Breaking Frames Opening
6PM – 8PM
Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
847 N Howard St, Baltimore
Join us for the official opening of the Breaking Frames art benefit and show at the Eubie Blake Center. All 50+ pieces of art will be on display and up for auction. Auction will be both live and online, so you can purchase the artwork from anywhere! Come support the young men and women of Baltimore’s Renaissance Academy and enjoy live music, refreshments, and free wine/beer for those 21+.


Celebrity Fashion Show
7PM – 11PM
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Join Pathfinders for Autism as we celebrate our 5th biennial Evening of Celebrity Fashion & Fun! Come check out our celeb models, enjoy a lively cocktail party, open bar, awesome live and silent auction, and dancing! Valet Parking Available. Cocktail Attire.
Event Emcee: Jennifer Gilbert, FOX45
Performance by: Joe Maye, The Voice Season 9
Fashions: Panache • Christopher Schafer Clothier • The Tuxedo House • JS Edwards • Smyth Jewelers
Celebrity Models:
Benjamin & Kirsten Watson, Baltimore Ravens
Mike & Monica Bordick, Baltimore Orioles
Matt & Allison Katula, Baltimore Ravens
Keenan Reynolds, Baltimore Ravens
Choo Smith, Original Harlem Globetrotter
Jessica Long, Paralympic Gold Medalist
Joe Maye, Singer & Songwriter
Pat & Kristen Skerry, Towson University Men’s Basketball
Elena Russo, Broadcaster
Mark & Megan Viviano, CBS
Sarah Caldwell, Ava Marie, Keith Mills, Omar Jimenez, Scott Wykoff, WBAL
and more!

The Cris Jacobs Band with Amy Helm & the Handsome Strangers
8PM – 11PM
Gordon Center for Performing Arts
3506 Gwynnbrook Ave, Owings Mills
Co-Presented with Charm City Bluegrass
In advance – $26 At the door – $31 Come early from 7-8pm to enjoy a live acoustic set from Brooks Long and tasty local brews from UNION Craft Brewing.
Singer/songwriter Amy Helm, the late Levon Helm’s daughter, begins the evening with her soulful voice and original lyrics. Hot off the road from recent collaborations with artists including Ivan Neville, Steve Winwood and Sturgill Simpson, Baltimore-based singer-songwriter Cris Jacobs and his band will round out the evening exploring the outer realms of bluegrass, folk, funk, country, blues, soul, and rock with stylistic reverence and emotional sincerity.
Buy Tickets Here

Celebrate the Day of the Dead
9PM – 1AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Celebrate the Day of the Dead with The Things, Spider Cake and The Cremains.

Bond St. District “A Church On Vulcan” release show at Ottobar
8PM – 1AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Bond St. District Presents…A Church On Vulcan Album Release
Call To Worship By Eze Jackson
Invocation Performed By Blacksage
Scripture Read By Joy Postell
Offering Led By Chiffon
Sermon Delivered By Bond St. District
Music Ministry By D.K. the Punisher
Best Dressed In Sunday’s Best Receives $100.00 From The Collection Plate
Best ‘Church Lady Hat’ Receives $50.00 From The Collection Plate
Sunday’s Best Attire Encouraged
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Doug Stevenson & The Spades
9PM – 1AM
1919 Fleet St, Baltimore
In recent months we’ve said so long to stalwarts Tom Alderson, steel guitars, and Chris Zogby, drums, and to short-timer Allison Smith, fiddle and vocals. What’s that mean for you? Adventure! Lately we’ve been a powerhouse bluegrass trio on-stage and in-vale, a full-on five piece honky-tonk machine, a fine looking four-piece picking-on-the-portico wedding band… Last month we were the original swinging four. Before that veterans Randy Austin on lap steel and guitar and Jamie Wilson on drums powered us through a hard-charging set. This time? It’s another treat! Doug Stevenson & The Spades as sharp guitar combo featuring Eric Rose’s Telecaster and Dan Buccino’s drumming. Comin’ your way. Don’t miss it!

A Bmore Love Thing II
8PM – 1AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Dope Music Village, S.U. The Clique, Donnie Breeze, Ollie Voso, Duck Myers, Drizzy Dre Robinson.
Buy Tickets Here

Hall Williams Does Oysters
8PM – 12AM
Ryleigh’s Oyster Mount Vernon
1225 Cathedral St, Baltimore
A little bit funky, a little bit country, a little bit rock n roll; the Hall Williams Band is sure to get you out of your seat and onto the dance floor. Don’t let Hall do the oysters alone; get in on what Ryleigh’s is known for….oyster shooters!

Souvenirs @ 70 a Celebration of John Prine’s Timeless Songssam
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Join BHB as part of an All Star Show featuring :
The Old Part of Town
Howard Parker and Palookaville
Ellen Cherry
Letitia VanSant
Mike Barth & Friends
And your old neighbors Big Hillbilly Bluegrass

Kahlon: The Cut Up Series Part I ft. Leiomy
8PM – 1:30AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Kahlon is coming back as The Cut Up Series, a mini music and arts festival that will occur in three installments throughout the year at different locations in Baltimore. Kahlon pushes the boundaries of genre-specific music events by presenting new wave artists with distinctive styles together on one stage, to a colorful influx of music enthusiasts.
The first installment is November 5th at The Crown ($10) and features:
Buy Tickets Here

The UKG Social/Bassline Business edt.
9PM – 2AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
As we proceed and continue to rock the decks with that UK Sound! This month we return to the Depot W/ Skankuh- DC, DJ Omnibud and Brother Pinch !! As always be sure to bring your dancing shoes!
Skankuh / Bassline Business
Brother Pinch / UKG Social
D.j. Omnibud / UKG Social

Better Off Dead Live at The 8×10 w/ Swamp Donkey Newgrass
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Back to the grooviest place in Bmore!!! Come shake ‘dem bones with us as we jam out some tasty Dead and Jerry Band Tunes!!! Swamp Donkey Newgrass is a high energy Newgrass (not bluegrass) band with a twist of rock. We are stretching the “grass” concept to the limit and deliver a very unique sound in the process. We pride ourselves on solid vocal harmonies and tight transitions in tempo and style!
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The War of the Worlds
8PM – 9:30PM
The Yellow Sign Theatre
1726 N Charles St, Baltimore
The Yellow Sign Theatre proudly recreates Orson Welles’ and The Mercury Theatre of the Air’s legendary 1938 radio broadcast of H.G. Wells’ “The War of the Worlds”. Halloween runs long this year as we recreate the greatest “trick” ever as a treat for you. Featuring the live Foley effects of Baltimore’s master of sound, Dave Marcoot and an out-of-this-world cast, YST brings back the night that panicked America!
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Pig & Oysterfest
12PM – 5PM
Mussel Bar & Grille Baltimore
1350 Lancaster St, Baltimore
Roast pig, Oysters on the half-shell, a full spread and local beer features. Come on down for our all you can eat buffet dedicated to wonderful little mollusk. Entry is $35, Reservations are preferred but you can buy in at the door. We will have featured pricing on beers from Calvert Brewing, North Coast Brewing, and Handsome Brewing.

TOM, HANKS (Waits/Williams Tribute Band) Fringe After Dark
9PM – 1AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
OKAY Recordings and Charm City Fringe Present: Fringe After Dark, featuring:
Tom, Hanks – A Tribute to Hank Williams and Tom Waits with special guest Micheala Gran

Game Night: A Gaming Fundraiser for Cohesion Theatre Company
6PM – 12AM
923 S. East Avenue, Baltimore 21224
We love games and we love getting together with people, so what better way to raise a little dough than by gathering with friends and trouncing them in our favorite games? Join the staff and friends of Cohesion Theatre Company for a special Game Night Fundraiser in support of Season 3 at Cohesion Theatre Company. We will provide a massive selection of board games, card games, and we’ll even hook up our Wii to a projector so it’s huge (phrasing). Our space is also conveniently located between two Pokestops, which we’ll throw lures on all night for the Pokemon Trainers in the room.
In addition to all the games, we are having a Cohesion Theatre Company Bake Sale to provide you with plenty of tasty treats while you get your game on. Everything from sweet cookies and savory pastries, to full blown pies and cakes! Come hungry and ready to game, because we also have prizes to give out to the best of the best. Gift Certificates, Theatre Tickets, and more can all be yours if you rise to the challenge, and smash your opponents!
Tickets are just a $10 donation at the door, but don’t forget to bring some extra cash for the bake sale goodies!

Sunday, November 6

Ravens are playing the Steelers so obviously not much going on today other than football.  My apologies if you don’t like football.  Go eat brunch or something.

Pay What You Want Day
9AM – 5PM
National Aquarium
501 E Pratt St, Baltimore
The National Aquarium is proud to once again offer Pay What You Want Day, made possible with the generous support of T. Rowe Price, our official community engagement sponsor. On November 6, 2016, guests may choose their admission price to access nearly 20,000 animals in our award-winning exhibits. Tickets must be purchased in person on November 6. Tickets for timed entry are available for purchase on a first come, first served basis. Pay What You Want Day is part of the National Aquarium’s continuing effort to encourage Marylanders to reconnect with the world’s aquatic treasures and become inspired to protect the Chesapeake Bay and all aquatic habitats. Extended hours for this special offer are 9 AM to 5 PM, and guests may elect to add a 4-D Immersion Film experience to their visit for $5. In addition, the National Aquarium and our official parking facility partners are pleased to offer $10 parking to guests attending our 2016 Pay What You Want Day. To take advantage of this discount, please use either LAZ Inner Harbor Garage at 100 S. Gay Street or Lockwood Parking at 124 Market Place. Bring proof of your Aquarium visit to garage attendant before departure and you will be granted this special rate.

LIVE Recording! The Fruition Experience
6PM – 8:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
LIVE RECORDING! The Fruition Experience! (w/ special guests Craig Alston and Theljon Allen)
Hey Friends,  We’re excited to announce our live recording on Sun. 11/6 6pm (After the Ravens game lol)! Please let us know if you can join us! Tickets $15 in advance at  ($20 at the door/$10 Students)


– Lindsey

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