Things to do in Baltimore this week 11/7

I don’t know about you, but I’m not sure I’m mentally prepared for the upcoming week.  Nonetheless, here are all of the fun things you can do.

Monday, November 7

Tapas in the City at Wayward
6:30PM – 9PM
Wayward Southern Bar & Kitchen
1117 S Charles St, Baltimore
Recently rebranded and revamped Wayward Bar and Kitchen (formerly C&R) has been serving delicious Southern food since it’s inception earlier this year. While this Fed Hill spot is usually packed with people Friday and Saturday evenings for the bar scene, referring to the food as pub grub is surely an insult. It’s the attention to detail and melding of flavors that keeps us coming back for more. On Monday, November 7th join us for a six course tapas meal with an optional drink pairing to taste all the delicious food that Chef Dave is creating in the kitchen.
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Saddlection 2016 on election eve!
8PM – 11:30PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
The only election that’s win/win!
Saddle of Centaur
Holy Fingers
Saddlection 2016! Which will you choose? Tampon Tea Party or Panty Party? Submit your vote by bringing either packs of tampons/pads or underwear! The supplies will be provided to a local organization and distributed to women experiencing homelessness. Your vote gets you party specific merch and some surprises! First 50 attendees get a free copy of the Saddle/Headwounds split 7″! A portion of the proceeds will be used to purchase supplies for local people in need!

Hellwitch (FL) with Bound By The Grave and Death Penalty
8PM – 12AM
The Depot
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
You can’t turn down Hellwitch! Celebrate Metal Monday with us at The Depot. BOUND BY THE GRAVE and Death Penalty. $10 at the door. Credit cards accepted.

Nate Hook Jam Session
7:30PM – 10PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
As a resident of Baltimore, Nate studied with Gary Thomas and earned a performance degree from the Peabody Conservatory. He has worked in recent years with Ralph Peterson, Alex Norris, Paul Bollenback, and Bob Butta, just to name a few. In the spring of 2016, Nate played bass clarinet in Gary Thomas’ “Pariah’s Pariahs” ensemble, a recording of which will be available later this year. Nate also plays bagpipes, as did John Coltrane — a little-known fact about each. Admission: $10 adults/$5 full-time students with ID

Beat the Brewers Trivia
8PM – 11PM
Brewer’s Cask
1236 Light St, Baltimore
A battle of wits against Bell’s Brewery! Feast on $2 tacos and imbibe on some of the awesome brews from Bell’s all night long!

Carpetbagger, Rye Pines, Andrew Grimm
8PM – 11PM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Hey! Neato… Early Show…
8pm $5… Neat bands…
Carpetbagger… from Carroll County Maryland! Wow.
Rye Pines… from Boston MA area… Wow x 2
Andrew Grimm… from Harford and Carroll Counties… (disaffected shrug)
Should be lots of fun… Doors at 8pm… show promptly at 8:30…

Tuesday, November 8

Presidential Election Watch Party
6PM – 11PM
Ware House 518
518 N Charles St, Baltimore
With the 2016 Presidential race culminating to this monumentous election, come join Ware House 518 + The Louie Bar, as we count down the votes, and celebrate the next President of the United States of America. WIth drink and food specials all night, let’s eat, drink, and celebrate this great nation!

Doomsday: An End of the World Party
8PM – 11PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
It’s the end of the world as we know it! Come drown your sorrows (or celebrate your victory, if that’s your thing) on election night as we await the announcement of our newest POTUS. Pretend you live in Canada for the night with beers from Unibroue Brewing Company! Also Terremoto Tequila will be in the house!! $4 Terremoto ALL NIGHT!! We’ll have some awesome shot, drink & food specials for you plus raffles for Unibroue Swag at 9pm, 10pm, and 11pm!

Margaritaville Happy Hour
6PM – 9PM
1005 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Come celebrate the end of this year’s crazy election campaigns!! There is so much more to Mexican cuisine than the Tex-Mex we see in most  Mexican restaurants these days. The Baja is one of the most exciting regions in terms of cuisine and surprisingly, in winemaking,  in Mexico.  We’ll roasted Tomatillos and onions to make a unique Guacamole, build Tacos con Ropa Viejo, make a stuffing of shrimp and Queso Blanco for stuffed Chile Rellenos, make Queso con Chorizo and deep fry the desert favorite of the region – Churros. We’ll have plenty of limes for juicing and promise to get you home early enough to see who won! $49. BYOB
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Tony Molina, Wildhoney, Snail Mail, Wipeout
8PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Unregistered Nurse Booking presents…
Tony Molina (CA, Slumberland Records)
Wildhoney (Bmore, Topshelf Records)
Snail Mail
Wipeout -band-
8pm/ ♥ ALL AGES ♥ $7-10, sliding scale

Guerrilla Girls Election Night Party at the BMA
7PM – 10PM
The Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
Gather at the BMA for a special election night event inspired by the new Front Room: Guerrilla Girls exhibition. Make political posters and masks; join in-gallery conversations on the intersection of art and politics with BMA curators and educators; and stay up-to-date on returns. Enjoy music by DJ Isabella, cash bar and concessions provided by Alma Cocina Latina, and more.
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Let’s drink away our Election Day blues
6:30PM – 10:30PM
Sullivan’s Steakhouse – Baltimore
1 E Pratt St, Baltimore
We will all need a stiff drink on Tuesday, Nov. 8th this year… join Amanda Lynne & Charles Simon for tunes, toasts and tasty grub at Sullivan’s downtown.

DC Brau Presents: Election Day Corruption Tap Take Over
4PM – 11PM
Das Bier Haus
1542 Light St, Baltimore
What better way to celebrate (or mourn) Election Day than a Tap Takeover with a DC-based brewery with a beer called “Corruption”. Take a load off and watch as history will be made while enjoying some tastey brews. Along with Corruption IPA, we will have Public Pale, and Penn Quarter Porter on tap. Get a FREE pint glass with the purchase of any DC Brau beer. Happy Hour prices on beers all night: $4 Half-Liters, $7 Full-Liters. Sample each of the three beers and vote for your favoite for a chance to win fun prizes from DC Brau!

Make Your Own: Robot
6PM – 9PM
Open Works
1400 Greenmount Ave, Baltimore
‘Make Your Own’ is part of our ongoing adult elective course lineup. Our friendly and engaging teachers will guide you through fun, hands-on projects, and you’ll walk away with a finished product!
Learn accessible beginner electronics through a crash course through arduino technology and software and electronics design! Learn to interface with anything, understand motor control, and build a robot!
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Night of 1000 Melanias: Rough Trade’s End of the World Party
8PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us on election night/ellen degenerate’s birthday for a celebration of the apocalypse! Come dressed as melania trump, watch the election results, and drink away your sadness. We’ll have performances from nicolette le fayebambi galore, whitney biennial, ellen degenerate, and more! Musical guests fun never starts and daniel ouellette with a dance party from dj vodkatrina, costume prizes, games, and surprises all night long! Cover is $7, free with a melania trump costume!

WHALE MAN Presents: Queen Wolf, Grassroots, the Holed Outs
8PM – 11:30PM
The Depot
Join us as at the bar as we listen to some great music and dread America’s future on election day! The one and only Matt Geckle (Gecco) will be turning 23 as well. Let’s get Matt drunk!
Queen Wolf (Baltimore) -Thrash Punk Metal from our backyard that is so heavy you’ll probably cry!
GrassRoots (Baltimore) – Hardcore Indie Postpunk that will steal your socks off and light them on fire!!
The Holed-Outs (St Augustine, FL) – Some unique Emo-Garbage Folk Punk from the land of Hurricanes !
Cryptic Hymn
Tickets are 5 Dollars! Doors are at 8PM, Music starts at 8:30

Election Day $2 off Drink Specials
8PM – 10PM
Grand Central Nightclub
1001 N Charles St, Baltimore
Election Day Drink Specials….. Everyone who wears their “I Voted” Sticker on Election Day….Come to Grand Central for $2 off all Drinks in the Pub from 8 till 10pm. Support America and VOTE…

Election Day Party $5 VoTe-inis
4PM – 9PM
West Madison Craft Beer & Wine Bar
311 W Madison St, Baltimore
Wear your voter sticker and enjoy $5 Vo-tinis- Cosmos, Vodka, & Blue Lemon Drop Tinis! $8 All American Beef Burgers 4-7pm! Happy Hour starts at 4!

Stars & Stripes, Ballots & Booze: Cope the Vote with VDKA 6100
6PM – 9PM
Rye Fells Point
1639 Thames St, Baltimore
Trust, we can get you through this election. VDKA 6100 will be on hand with booze for the nerves and oysters for the belly to cope you through the night as we pray, cringe and count the ballots to see our next 4 YEARS… Revelry for some, Vodka for all.

Meditate in Hampden/Woodberry Every Tuesday
6PM – 7:15PM
2050 Rockrose Ave, Baltimore
The benefits of meditation are vast. A regular practice can help you increase focus and concentration, sleep better, feel more alert, create healthier relationships, lower blood pressure, reduce anxiety, stress and depression, and find a deeper sense of happiness and well-being. Join certified Ayurvedic practitioner and meditation teacher Susan Weis-Bohlen to learn the art of meditation and begin to experience the incredible benefits yourself. Anyone can meditate. You don’t need to clear your mind of thoughts, you just need the techniques to work with your thoughts to effortlessly enter deeper states of consciousness, where true stillness and healing can be found. Susan has been meditating since 1992 began leading classes in 2008. Her light-hearted, easy-going groups are attended by all levels of meditators. Drawing on her years of practice and study, Susan teaches from many traditions, including Vedic (Indian), Vipasana (Insight), Mindfulness, Buddhist and Jewish. Cost: $10 donation suggested

Mug Club Launch
11AM – 2AM
Wayward Southern Bar & Kitchen
1117 S Charles St, Baltimore
We hear votin’ can make you thirsty! On November 8th we’d like you encourage you to swing by after you vote, make a less tedious decision and join our Mug Club. The first 20 people in the door will get $5 off their membership fee. We will have coupons, giveaways and much more!
Details for the Mug Club are as follows:
$65 for entry and 20oz Mug
-$3 Domestics
-$5 Crafts
20% Off Makers 46 Bottle Club
$20 Toward your Birthday Dinner

Wednesday, November 9

Tapas in the City at Wayward Night TWO
6:30PM – 9PM
Wayward Southern Bar & Kitchen
1117 S Charles St, Baltimore
ecently rebranded and revamped Wayward Bar and Kitchen (formerly C&R) has been serving delicious Southern food since it’s inception earlier this year. While this Fed Hill spot is usually packed with people Friday and Saturday evenings for the bar scene, referring to the food as pub grub is surely an insult. It’s the attention to detail and melding of flavors that keeps us coming back for more. On Wednesday, November 9th join us for a six course tapas meal with an optional drink pairing to taste all the delicious food that Chef Dave is creating in the kitchen.
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Painted Palette at The 13TH Floor
7PM – 9:30PM
The 13th Floor at the Belvedere
1 East Chase Street, Baltimore
Join us at The 13TH Floor for a fun and unique way to uncork your creativity! Unleash your inner artist and recreate a featured painting, guided every step of the way by a Painted Palette instructor. You’ll be amazed at what you can create!
Your Ticket Includes: Canvas, Paint, Brushes, Easel and Apron, Sweets and Snacks, One drink ticket for House Wine or Domestic Beer
Please arrive at 6:45 pm as the painting will start promptly at 7:00 pm for time purposes.

Tom Reyes & Friends
8:30PM – 10:30PM
13.5% Wine Bar
1117 W 36th St, Baltimore
Featuring Rae Bernard, and Alice Schlothauer on vocals, Ed Kernan on bass, Michael Schlothauer on sax, Mike Thomas on drums, and Tom Reyes on keys.

Lydia/ Brian Swindle of Have Mercy/ June Divided
7PM – 12AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Tickets at, Charmington’s Cafe and Ottobar!

Bunk Buddha Residency w/ Sawce ft: Evan Lintz – Attic Tapes – Patrick
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Bunk Buddha – Music has a different meaning to everybody but one thing that has never changed is the bond it creates amongst people when they are listening together. Bunk Buddha helps put people in sync and harmony through the loving sounds they produce and provide.
Sawce featuring Evan Lintz
Patrick Richards
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Signature Chefs Auction 2016 – Central Maryland
6PM – 9PM
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
700 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Join us for the Signature Chefs Auction of Central Maryland. We are honored that Al and Vicki Saxon will serve as the chairs of this year’s event. The event offers an evening of fine food, wine and fabulous auction items. You will be able to taste exquisite sample dishes of over 25 of the area’s celebrated chefs all in one evening. The tasting and silent auction begin at 6:00 pm and the live auction will begin promptly at 8:00 pm.
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Magnificent Machines & Astonishing Tales: a steampunk rock opera
11/9 at 7pm, 11/10 at 9:15pm, 11/11 at 10:30pm, 11/12 at 6pm
Church & Company
3647 Falls Road, Baltimore
Tap your toes and sing along with the crew of a 19th Century steam powered airship (with a working time machine) as they leave the home port of Baltimore to engage in fantastic exploits with historical figures, fictional characters, friends, and foes. The story is inspired by the fiction of Jules Verne and HG Wells and told through orginal songs that that merge musical styles from rock, Appalachian, sea shanties and jazz genres. Costumes, Terry Guilliam inspired annimation clips, and ‘more cowbell’ help bring the audience along on a trip through a world that could have been, but never was.
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Frank Wallace: Three Spanish Guitars
8PM – 9PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Frank Wallace: composer, guitarist, vihuelist, lutenist, baritone;
With echoes of medieval, Latin, and classical music, as well as jazz and the blues, Frank Wallace’s music has been called “contemporary musical emancipation” by Frank Oteri of His compositions showcase the classical guitar in solo, duo, and ensemble works from 3-6 guitars; and in chamber works with voice, flute, cello, English horn, mandolin, and piano. As a performer, Wallace is known for his “elegant virtuosity” (Classics Today) on the solo guitar as well as his mastery of self-accompanied song. He tours internationally as a soloist, and with mezzo-soprano Nancy Knowles, as Duo LiveOak.  Fanfare magazine has dubbed him a composer with “an authentic expressive voice” and a “high standard of musical interest” who performs with “flawless technical proficiency”. Tickets: $15 in advance/$18 at door/$10 full-time students with ID

Chef Bey Pop Up with Farm Alliance
11AM – 3PM
Lexington Market
400 W Lexington St, Baltimore
HaVen’s very own Chef Bey will be doing a pop up event at the Farm Alliance of Baltimore City stall in the Lexington Market on November 9th. He’ll be cooking up vegan cheese steaks with baby kale and tomatoes as main course. The Side will be baked cheesy fries with micro greens. The Signature drink will be Blue Cool Alkaline Aid garnished with Mint Leaves and Honey Bee Bush flowers.

Comedy on the Fringe
8PM – 11PM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Charm City Fringe & OKAY Recordings Present Comedy on the Fringe – A Fringe After Dark event.
Performances by: Samantha Kelly, Shawn Leverett, Collin Baker, Ronald James, Ben Brodel, and Archie Jamieson. FREE SHOW!

Art Opening & Reception
6PM – 8PM
SoBo Cafe
6-8 W Cross St, Baltimore
Join us in celebrating the artwork of Maria Cavacos on Wednesday, November 9th from 6-8pm. Enjoy drink specials and lite appetizers . Sadly, Maria passed away back in August, but her artwork will live on and be celebrated.  Maria has traveled extensively participating in art events and has been commissioned to do a number of works for the city, private institutions and clients.” You can view more of her work at

Thursday, November 10

Cocktails at the Conservatory – November 10, 2016
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Rawlings Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
3100 Swann Dr, Baltimore
Mix, mingle and enjoy botanically-inspired cocktails by master mixologists from Baltimore and beyond at the Rawlings Conservatory! In addition to the signature Palm House Punch, they have created several new drinks especially for this event — incorporating plants and flowers that can be found in the Conservatory’s collection of plants from around the world! Bring a friend or come alone to sip delicious cocktails in the beautiful and exotic environs of the Rawlings Conservatory. Tickets are $35 online, $40 at the door. Admission includes 3 drink tickets, snacks, and music, too! 21+
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Brews and Board Games at Myth and Moonshine
6PM – 10PM
Myth and Moonshine
2300 Boston St, Baltimore
Come play some games upstairs at Myth and Moonshine! Some board and card games, both classic and contemporary, are provided for anyone to play. Feel free to bring your own as well if you have something special in mind. Bring some friends or meet some new ones, drink some beers, eat some food, and play some games.
As always, winners get prizes:
– Cheap Ass Prizes!
– 3 Actual Good Prizes, generously provided by: Canton Games, Shananigans Toy Shop, and THIRD EYE COMICS!
FREE! Stop on by between 6 and 10. Invite your friends!

Body/Head, Zomes, Permanent Waves at Ottobar
8PM – 1AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Body/Head are an electric guitar duo comprised of Kim Gordon (CKM, Sonic Youth, Free Kitten, etc.) and Bill Nace (X.O.4, Vampire Belt, Ceylon Mange, etc.) They began working together in various loose formats a few years ago, but the Body/Head concept evolved more specifically in early 2012. Body/Head have recorded a single for Dennis Tyfuss’ Ultra Eczema Editions, a tour EP for Nace’s own Open Mouth Productions, and released a collaboration with Dead C’s Michael Morley through Feeding Tube Records. Their debut LP, Coming Apart, will be released by Matador Records on September 10.
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New Sounds for Silent Films
7PM – 8:30PM
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
A trip to the cinema in the early days of film meant listening to a live music performance, which might change from venue to venue. In conjunction with the special exhibition A Feast for the Senses, the Walters and the Maryland Film Festival have invited musicians Jamal Moore, Ami Dang, and WUME to create and perform new scores for three silent films. Films include: Moon 1969, Asparagus, and Time Piece.
About the films:
“Moon 1969” 1969, Directed by Scott Bartlett
Blurred television tapes of the Apollo 11 moon trip, alternating explosions of blank and color film, music, the voice of an astrologer discussing “all-ness,” love, and the stars, and abstract film patterns combine to create what the director describes as a “cosmic mind flight.”
“Asparagus” 1979, Directed by Suzan Pitt
This candy coloured nightmare rocked audiences upon its release and catapulted maker Suzan Pitt to the front ranks of indie animation.
“Time Piece”1969, Directed by Jim Henson
Time Piece is a 1965 experimental short film directed, written, produced by and starring Jim Henson. The film depicts an ordinary man moving in constant motion, in a desperate attempt to escape the passage of time.
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Gin and Jokes X: Fringe Fest Edition
9PM – 11PM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Gin and Jokes rides again, this time on a special day for Fringe Fest! Come hang out November 10th for our 10th show spectacular in the Joe2 Basement! Still $5 and still selling out, we’re still the best comedy night in Baltimore! This month we’re bringing in Joe Zimmerman, who’s done John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show on Comedy Central, Conan on TBS, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, and his own Comedy Central Half Hour Special! Now he’s ready for the big time! Gin and Jokes!
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Blossoms In The Storm: Work by Stephanie Schafer & Rebecca Woll
7PM – 11PM
13.5% Wine Bar
1117 W 36th St, Baltimore
13.5% Wine Bar Presents BLOSSOMS IN THE STORM: Work by Stephanie Schafer & Rebecca Woll. OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, November 10th, 7-11 PM
Music by: DJ Gray. $6 cocktail specials and Special menu for the evening
Stephanie Schafer is a mixed-media visual artist and fine art photographer living in Baltimore, Maryland. She received her B.F.A. with an emphasis in photography from the University of Maryland in 2000. Sometimes beautiful, often haunting, her work is constructed by using a blend of digitally manipulated photography, collage, and painting on canvas and wood panel.The mythic, religious, and psychological themes present in Schafer’s work express the delicate balance between good and evil, while visually narrating the lives of her friends, family and self. She often incorporates her own hand-constructed mixed-media props, costumes, and back drops made out of wood, paper, and other natural objects. She is legally blind.
Rebecca Woll received a scholarship to attend Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA where she recieved an outstanding education in the foundation studies of fine art. “At the time, I only saw the positive-the objects in front of me and yearned for the negative, which I observed, was stronger than anything the eye can see”. Rebecca’s art is greatly influenced by 18th and 19th century art in the Romanticism and Pre-Raphaelite styles and has a whimsical, mythical twist. She currently reside in Baltimore, MD-painting on productive days and a receptor on all others.

Downtown Family Date Night at the Baltimore Museum of Industry
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Highway, Baltimore
Build Your Own Video Game with us at Baltimore Museum of Industry! Meet video game designers from Baltimore’s own Firaxis Games and build your own online video game — ready to play at home! Everyone from video game novices to Minecraft experts will love exploring the BMI’s Video Game Wizards experience. All other exhibits at the BMI will be open as well and we’ll have activities for kids of all ages. Dessert, face painting, entertainment, and more. Join (cool) progeny and Downtown Partnership of Baltimore for our last downtown family date night of 2016!
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Thirsty Thursdays at the Opera: VINO & VERDI
8PM – 10PM
The Engineers Club
11 W Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Baltimore Concert Opera continues its popular new performance series this season, Thirsty Thursdays at the Opera. In Vino & Verdi, luscious Italian wines will be paired with top-flight professional opera singers performing operatic highlights from Verdi’s opera Rigoletto. The same cast will perform the full opera in concert at BCO the following week on Nov 18 & 20. Vino & Verdi will be a guided tour through the opera, featuring large sections of the music, energetic commentary and interesting facts about the tragic opera Rigoletto and its fascinating composer, Giuseppe Verdi. The event will be a casual, relaxed evening in the beautiful Grand Ballroom of the Engineers Club in the heart of Mount Vernon. These events always sell out, so be sure to get your tickets early!
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Schlafly Tap Takeover
3PM – 6PM
The Nickel Taphouse
1604 Kelly Avenue, Baltimore
Schlafly, out of St. Louis, Missouri, makes delicious beer. Come and drink delicious St. Louis beer at the Nickel Taphouse and get a free glass!

Community Night at Gertrude’s Restaurant
5PM – 9PM
Gertrude’s Restaurant
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
On November 10th, Gertrude’s will donate up to 20% of your meal price to the Maryland Farmers Market Association. Donations from Gertrude’s are based on the number of guests who dine at the restaurant. We would love to see everyone out there. Grab your friends, families, and partners- Gertrude’s is the perfect place for a family night out, date night, or friends night! Make reservations! When you arrive, mention the Maryland Farmers Market Association, and they will donate on your behalf.

Giulia Millanta & Irene Jalenti TWO SETS 8:00pm and 9:30pm
8PM – 11PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Singer-songwriter, Giulia (Julia) Millanta, is a native-born Italian from Florence who now calls Austin, Texas home. A creative and prolific artist, she has released four albums touring regionally, nationally throughout the USA and internationally. An accomplished guitarist, Giulia also plays ukulele and sings in four languages. She has been described by critics as being “deeply evocative with a dash of Piaf, a sprinkle of Lady Day, a pinch of Norah Jones and a teaspoon of Medeleine Peroux.” She has been called smart, pensive and cool and credited with psychedelic grooveability whilst “baring her clairvoyant soul” to “deliver musical mojo.”
“Her warmth and strong stage presence allow her to communicate the essence, power and importance of jazz” says Sonny Rollins’s bassist Bob Cranshaw about Irene Jalenti, jazz vocalist who has brought her European flavor to Baltimore in 2010 and has become one of the most requested performers in the area. A graduate of Peabody Conservatory Irene has studied with Gary Thomas and Jay Clayton. She is currently completing her Master Degree in Jazz Studies at Howard University where she is also part of the multi-award winning vocal jazz ensemble Afro Blue.
Tickets: $17 in advance/$20 at door/$10 full-time students with ID

Waiting List: Peabody Jazz Combo Series
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Peabody Institute Concerts
1 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Peabody Jazz Combo SeriesPeabody Jazz Combo Series presents Gary Thomas, director, Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies. Small-group jazz under the direction of Peabody’s renowned faculty. Enjoy the live concert-setting in the Centre Street Performance Studio, or listen via HiFi feed in Maestro’s Café over coffee.

Micah Schnabel, John Miller with art from Vanessa Jean Speckman
7PM – 9PM
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 Union Ave, Ste D, Baltimore
Micah Schanbel and John Miller (The Fox Hunt) will be playing acoustic sets and Vanessa Jean Speckman will be bringing her art. Farm To Charm Food Truck will be here.
About Micah Schnabel: Welcome to your new America, friends. I am your new Norman Rockwell. Painting pictures of all of us. Trying to bring us together through our similarities rather than divide us through our differences. I am a product of your rural slums and it’s taken me way too long to realize the world was laughing at me and not with me. But I’m trying to be better. And I’d love to have you on my side.
About Vanessa Jean Speckman: Vanessa Jean Speckman is a visual and textual artist who travels with her nomadic pop up art in hopes of connecting with people through the vulnerability expressed in her work. No cynicism, just all heart and guts. She explores a variety of mediums and the use of text and pushing boundaries to illustrate that there shouldn’t be walls around us, just unapologetic vulnerability, and then that’s where we can be the change we want to see.
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God! Live in Person! Charm City Fringe
NOVEMBER 10 8:45 PM — 9:55 PM
NOVEMBER 11 8:45 PM — 9:55 PM
NOVEMBER 12 10:30 PM — 11:40 PM
NOVEMBER 13 3:30 PM — 4:40 PM
StillPointe Theatre
1825 N Charles St, Baltimore
In the beginning, God said, “Let there be light,” but first! … join His Greatness, moments before The Big Bang, and he’ll perform miracles for your entertainment in this irreverent prequel to “The Bible.” Come bear witness to God’s last-minute deadline panic before he boots up your Universe!
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The Hecks (Chicago) / NUNS + more at The Crown
9PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
THE HECKS (Chicago, IL – Trouble In Mind Rec)
NUNS (Baltimore)
+ more TBA !

Friday, November 11

Whiskey Hill Reveal Party on the 1st Floor of Stalking Horse
7PM – 10PM
Stalking Horse
26 E Cross St, Baltimore
Check out our new concept, Whiskey Hill, coming soon to the 1st floor of Stalking Horse in our newly rebranded upscale space. We’ve made some major changes including renovations + a new menu. And our cocktail menu is sure to impress. We can’t wait for the big reveal.

David Glover Presents Cocktail Conversations Going Live
8PM – 8:30PM
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor by Red Lion
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
David Glover is the Author of Cocktail Conversations by the Controversial Conversation.Glover always approached his techniques as a counselor different from most. Where most counselors are appealing to the hearts of clients, he always appealed to hitting individuals on the head. From Niagara Falls, New York, Glover graduated from Niagara University with a bachelor of arts in social science and a masters in counseling education. Currently residing in Baltimore, Maryland, Glover has always dedicated himself to serving others in the education field as well as the human service field. Glover has worked in most capacities in both fields, which gives him the expertise to dissect scenarios discussed in Cocktail Conversations. Glover has seen it all, heard it all, and is bold enough to bring these issues to the forefront.

The Fresh Sesh Comedy Showcase
8PM – ?
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
We’re back with a fresh new line up!
Elizabeth Croydon
Jess Feeney
Mike Smith
A special guest
And your host! MEEEEEE
8 -music
9- 90 minutes of comedy
1030- DJ dance party
5$ at the door! We’ll have CHEAP DRINKS AND SMOKE SESHS A PLENTY!!!

Culture Shift – Two Days of Music & Art at Motor House
5PM – 1AM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
5pm – 9pm – CULTURE FLY – HAPPY HOUR w/ The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, Featuring UNION Craft Brewing & Tenth Harvest Wines
6:00pm – (FRONT BAR) Jose Andres Rosero Presents… “Visual Motion”… an interactive audio and visual mapping installation with a soundtrack from DJ’s: Chris Brooks, Ypset, Brian Pope, Scotty Doo and more..
9pm – 1am  (BACK BOX) – Believe In Music Presents… James Nasty’s STREET BEAT – Featuring Special Guests: TT THE ARTIST, Blaqstarr, and DJ WHO — The first in the exploration of Baltimore’s underground Club Music Culture, and the break-beats that have fueled the movement.

Trap Them w/ Yautja, Secret Cutter, Blacken and Enemy Insects
7PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Savage Party Presents… Trap ThemYautjaSecret CutterBlacken, and Enemy Insects
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The Crabfeast Stand-Up Show w/ Ryan Sickler & Jay Larson
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Baltimore’s own Ryan Sickler, now living in LA, and comedian Jay Larson, have been building a strong reputation with their podcast, The CrabFeast with Ryan Sickler and Jay Larson Tonight, the two ditch the podcast format for a night of blistering standup and storytelling. On the podcast, chemistry between Ryan and Jay enables them to take the conversation anywhere, often making light of some heavier subjects. They make their guests feel like family and their listeners feel like they’re sitting around sharing stories with old friends. They’ll bring that same aura of comfort and warmth to the Creative Alliance.  Pull up a chair, grab a coupla cold ones, and enjoy The Feast!
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RÊVE (Record Release) w/ Parallel Heights, Yo No Say, Smantx
7PM – 12AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
One of the coolest lineups of MD Indie Rock you’ll see all year celebrates the much anticipated release of RÊVE “La Marionnette”!
RÊVEParallel HeightsYo No SaySmantx, and Civil Youth
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Emo Night Bawltimore
9PM – 2AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
We’ve got more secrets than you’ll ever know. Text your friend Maria and tell her to count you in, Get your tickets early and lets hang! We’ve got a few really cool guests coming to hang out and play their favorite songs from all your favorite bands. From Saves the day to My Chemical Romance we will make sure the night is filled with nostalgia.
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Club Orbit
8PM – 10:30PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Moonbot, Scrapple, Topiary, OLGA, Sam Kelly, Eddie Finn, Michael Furr
Host: Michael Furr
The countdown begins! Prepare from some out-of-this-world comedy every second Friday…hosted by house team Moonbot! First, we’ll blast off with standup from host Michael Furr, DC’s Eddie Finn, and Sam Kelly, then start the improv with resident duo OLGA and Bmore indie team Topiary! After the break, we’re soaring with a set from Bmore indie newcomers Scrapple, then ascending into the reaches of outer space with house team Moonbot!
Tickets: $5 cash at the door, or online up until 7:30 PM the day of the show.
This show is presented by Charm City Comedy Project upstairs at Zissimos Bar.

BIG Something at The 8×10 with Optimus Riff
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
BIG Something  A 6 piece powerhouse with a sound that is both unique and timeless, BIG Something fuses elements of rock, pop, funk, and improvisation to take listeners on a journey through a myriad of musical styles. It’s no secret why this group has quickly become one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from the Southeast. Soaring guitars, synths, horns and alluring vocal hooks rise to the top of their infectious collection of songs and represent a sound that has caught the ears of such revered Summer circuit stalwarts as Galactic, moe., Robert Randolph, and even The B52s who have all tapped Big Something as direct support.
Optimus Riff Enter the Riff. Optimus Riff, that is! Dubbed by many as the “Funk Super Group of the Mid-Atlantic”, Optimus Riff is a culmination of the area’s top musical talents. With diverse origins and extensive experience, this group has forged a style that is squeezed, swelled, polished, and wrapped up into the squeakiest, sexiest package that one’s twisted musical mind could ever conjure. The band is comprised of four young, virtuostic members that have over five decades of combined experience taking the stage and melting faces.
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Your Funeral | Group Exhibition
7PM – 10PM
218 W. Saratoga St. 3rd Floor, Baltimore
Join us on Friday, November 11th for the Opening Reception for YOUR FUNERAL
Featuring the work of: Jared Africa, Jacy Catlin, Binny Debbie, Lesser Gonzalez, Michael Anthony Farley, Janea Kelly, Maya Martinez, and Lexie Mountain
This is a group show, this is slab culture, the end, the reiteration of the word. This is fun: sad fun, difficult fun, a branded sense of refusal, obscuration, compulsion. We cannot stop, yet we so desperately wish to be able to, and at the same time we are happy? The text rearranges itself on the page, some of this is out of our control, some of us are just rowing a boat trying to avoid the day-to-day, a text dies and is reborn to us. A cold hand on a warm tablet and the joke which keeps us most alive is the one about persistence in the LCD luminous face of futility and obsolescence. Or was it the one about perspiration? Inspiration or aspiration? What constitutes a lasting percentage, a gift from the beyond the grave? Runs November 11th – December 17th


Rare and Obscure Fest
11AM – 5PM
Max’s Taphouse
737 S Broadway, Baltimore
Max’s Taphouse annual Rare and Obscure fest needs no description. Allagash will be sending down some stashed specialties from our cellar!

Jeff Cosgrove Trio – featuring Matthew Shipp and Mat Maneri
8PM – 11PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Praised for his “open-time creativity and melodic sense” (Gapplegate Music Reviews), drummer Jeff Cosgrove has pursued a unique improvisational path with varied ensembles, including a trio with Matthew Shipp and William Parker (Alternating Current), another with Frank Kimbrough and Martin Wind (Conversations with Owls), and a quartet playing repertory by the late Paul Motian (Motian Sickness). Projects are also ongoing with Shipp and Mat Maneri, Scott Robinson and Ken Filiano, and rising tenor saxophone star Noah Preminger.

Growing up in the Washington, D.C. area, Cosgrove developed a wide range of musical interests that continue to inform his output. He has worked extensively with blues and rock bands and singer-songwriters, citing B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, The Grateful Dead, Wilco, Andrew Bird, Jimi Hendrix, Tom Waits and Phish as pivotal influences. His role models in jazz are Motian, Elvin Jones, Joe Chambers, Ben Riley and Roy Haynes. He’s also been fortunate to study with Andrew Cyrille, Matt Wilson, Joe Hunt (Bill Evans), Tony Martucci (Mose Allison/James Moody) and Mike Shepherd (Maynard Ferguson/U.S. Navy Commodores/Barney Kessel).

Pandora Ice Rink Opening Ceremonies Performance
1PM – 3PM
Pandora Ice Rink at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
201 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Please join us November 11, 2016 and the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore for the Opening Ceremony of the Pandora Ice Rink at the Inner Harbor from 1-3 pm. Members of The Next Ice Age will open the season “It’s a Waterfront Life,” and will perform a Thursday night in December, and 3 times in January before the closing January 16th. Free admission to the show!!

Kinder Dreams Art Opening
7PM – 10PM
The Escape Artists
827 North Charles St., Baltimore
Escape Artists Gallery presents a show inspired by childhood and all things wimsical called Kinder Dreams. This show is also a fundreaiser for Bolton Hill Nursery and will be showcasing artwork by children as well as local Baltimore artists. We will also have a raffle.


Swingin’ on the Fringe w/ Tongue in Cheek & Orchester Praževica
9PM – 12AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
OKAY Recordings & Charm City Fringe Present
SWINGING ON THE FRINGE, a “Fringe After Dark” Event with:
Tongue in Cheek & Orchester Praževica
$7 at the door, $5 with a Fringe Button (

Quarterbacks / Eleanor Fish / Brendan Sullivan at The Crown
9PM – 12AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
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Saturday, November 12

JAM Session: John & Amy Mewhiney Cancer Foundation Benefit Show
6PM – 2AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
This will be the 4th annual JAM Session to benefit the John and Amy Mewhiney Cancer Foundation – – featuring:
Cowabunga Pizza Time
Canker Blossom
Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb
The Stents
Cash Registers
Manners Manners
$10. Doors at 6:00. As always, we’ll have raffle prizes from local businesses and more! Stay tuned for more info and save the date!

The Principles of Thai Cookery
6:30PM – 9:30PM
1005 North Charles Street, Baltimore
The Principles of Thai CookeryChef McDang, the most respected chef in Thailand, in his book ‘The Principles of Thai Cookery’ describes ‘sum rap Thai’ – the way Thais eat. He explains that Thai cooking can be defined by ‘intricacy, attention to detail, texture, color, taste and the use of ingredients with medicinal benefits as well as good flavor.’ The class will prepare eight of his most classic dishes and enjoy them family style, as is the tradition in Thailand. $69.
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OURS + Mount Holly at Ottobar
7PM – 10:30PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Ours play Ottobar in Baltimore, Maryland with special guests MOUNT HOLLY
Doors: 7:00 PM Show: 7:30 PM ALL AGES Tickets: $18/advance, $20/day-of-show
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Free Comedy Night! The Second Saturday S#!t Show!
7:30PM – 9PM
Ottobar (upstairs)
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
It’s time again for ‘The Second Saturday S#!t Show’…Ottobar’s monthly stand-up comedy night! 7pm doors/ 7:30pm show! (Free for ages 21+ / $10 ages 18-20)
This month’s headliner…Artist, Activist, & Stand-Up Comedian Pierre Bennu
with… Mike QuindlenMax RosenblumRobin HazelCollin Baker, Hosted by Kimberly Ambrose

True Widow w/ Mary Lattimore and Baklavaa
9PM – 12AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Unregistered Nurse Booking Presents
True Widow
Mary Lattimore
Dallas trio TRUE WIDOW craft patient, rounded music that calls to mind images of foggy dawns and parched fields. Formed in November 2007, TRUE WIDOW released their self-titled debut a year later and immediately caught the ears of the underground. At its core, the music of TRUE WIDOW is powered by the driving, guitar-dense aspects of shoegaze and stoner rock and the heavy, low-moving evocations of ambient music.
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Oyster Bash – Baltimore
2PM – 7PM
The Oceanaire Seafood Room (Baltimore)
801 Aliceanna St., Baltimore
Join us in celebrating Charm City’s best variety of East and West coast OYSTERS, along with fresh lobster, shrimp and other great seafood items… all paired with fine wines, local spirits & craft brews! Live music by The Dan Haas Band! Tickets include unlimited oysters, hors d’oeuvres & beverages.
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Culture Shift – Two Days of Music & Art at Motor House
2PM – 9PM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
2pm – 5pm – (BACK BOX) BALTI GURLS Present… “PRACTICE” – INFO:
3pm – 7pm – (ALLEY) Section1 Project – Paint Jam & Free Form Photo Shoot… Join a curated collection of street artists from Section One as Graffiti Alley becomes a LIVE transformative Set for local photographers perforning a free photoshoot for area recording artists.
6:30pm – (FRONT BAR) Jose Rosero Presents… Visual Motion… an interactive audio and visual mapping installation with DJ’s Spinning down-tempo and house grooves. DJ FLEG, Prismatic, Landis Expandis, Ypset, Trillnatured, DJ WHO and More…
7:30pm – 9pm (BACK BOX) Creative Nomads & WEAA Radio Present a panel discussion… Brands + Bands: When Corporate America and Creatives Collaborate… The collaboration of brands and bands has grown wildly in the last decade. Music drives the distinctiveness of a brand of a multitude of consumer touch points. There can be more than a brand just using a bands music to sell a product but the actual collaboration of an original piece that reflects both entities and sometimes their common cause.

GIRLS RULE! Dance Party at Ottobar
10PM – 2AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
The second Saturday of every month… Ottobar presents Girls Rule!
PARTiCOL will be taking your requests and selekting dance hits from all your favorite female artists! Beyonce, Rihanna, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, MIA, Missy Eliot, Grimes, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, J-Lo, etc.
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RISK: True Tales Told Boldly, Baltimore Show
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Tonight’s theme: Wounded. RISK! is a live show and podcast where people tell true stories they never thought they’d dare to share. Founded in 2009 by Kevin Allison of MTV’s legendary sketch comedy show, The State, RISK! has been downloaded tens of millions of times and has featured incredible true stories from Sarah Silverman, Kevin Nealon, Dan Savage, Margaret Cho, Andy Dick, Michael Ian Black, and regular folks from around the world. Slate calls RISK! “jaw-dropping, hilarious and just plain touching.” RISK! also puts on live shows for sold out crowds internationally. Learn more RISK! is a labor of love, a communal groundswell, and a start-up with one hell of a future in the works. Be a part of it all. Or, as Kevin ends every episode of the podcast saying, “Folks, today’s the day. Take a risk!”
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OURS + Mount Holly at Ottobar
7PM – 10:30PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Ours play Ottobar in Baltimore, Maryland special guests MOUNT HOLLY
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Kurt Deemer Band w/ June Star and Pale Barn Ghost
9PM – 12AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
A great night of music along with our friends and local favorites June Star and coming down from Gettysburg to join us Pale Barn Ghost (you want to see these guys)

BALTI GURLS Presents: “Practice”
3PM – 5PM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Get ready for an intimate panel discussion about creating, making, and what it’s takes to “do your thing” as a women of color artist living and working in Baltimore. Bring your questions, notebooks, and your BFF. Made possible by a generous grant from The Grit Fund this event is FREE and open to the public.
SHAN (Photographer, Writer and Freedom Fighter)
Natalia Arias (Artist and Designer)
Megan Lewis (Illustrator and Muralist)
Sheena Black (Movement Artist)
Andrea Boston (Writer/Multimedia Storyteller)
Moderated by Nakeya Brown (Photographer, Producer and Educator)
Hosted by BALTI GURLS. A collective of Black and Brown womyn artists building platforms and cultivating “creative safe space” for fellow womyn of color since 2014.

Rachel And Tyler James Acoustic at Ryleighs Oyster Mt Vernon
8PM – 12AM
Ryleigh’s Oyster Mount Vernon
1225 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Come shuck and jive with us at Ryleighs! Great food and drink specials and free admission. Cheers!

Worlds Within
8PM – 9:30PM
The Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
Kinetics Dance Company announces the opening of its new season with “Worlds Within,” on Saturday, November 12th at the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Meyerhoff Auditorium. The event will feature four premieres and three pieces of returning repertory. Artistic Director Lauren Snyder and Guest Choreographer Jaya Mathur present a collaborative new work that layers the nuanced, sculptural elements of Bharat Natyam classical Indian Dance with modern dance techniques. Other new works premiering at this event are Mind Full by hip hop choreographer CJ Cunningham, Symbiosis, a duet by Franki Graham and Jeanna Riscigno, and a performance by the cast of Kinetics’ Apprentice Company, choreographed by Erin Gum. Returning repertory pieces will include Meagan Singleton’s Immersion, Erin Gum’s Colombus, and Lauren Snyder’s GLASS, which incorporates mylar and mirrored sets.
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Reginald F. Lewis Museum 2016 Gala Party
8:30PM – 1AM
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
830 E Pratt St, Baltimore
You are cordially invited to the Museum Gala Party 2016: Global Carnival. Enjoy a dazzling celebration of the cultures of the diaspora, with live entertainment on all floors of the museum. $90 members, $100 non-members, and $125 at the door. Tickets are non-refundable. Visit to purchase tickets.
Tickets include: Open bar, Specialty cocktail, DJ and Dance Floor, Hor d’oeuvres, Live entertainment on all floors of the museum, and Casino
Dress is festive attire or black tie. Your support of the 2016 Gala will help schoolchildren, families and communities engage in the museum’s inspiring programs and exhibitions that showcase the achievements of African Americans from our state. Thank you in advance for your support!

Haint Blue w/ The Schooley Mountain Band, 10 Step Groove, Bounge
8PM – 1AM
Baltimore Free Farm
3510 Ash St, Baltimore
This is it, boys and girls. The one you’ve been waiting for. Haint Blue is back in Baltimore where it all began, the Baltimore Free Farm. Last time we were here, we celebrated the release of our first EP. This time around, we’re celebrating something even bigger!  Join us and our incredible friends for a fall blowout show you’re not gonna forget.
Haint Blue
The Schooley Mountain Band
10 Step Groove
Late night dance party feat. Bounge

Depth Perception Presents: Mr. Bill w Circuit Bent & Jade Cicada
8PM – 2AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Depth Perception is an exploration into the depths of electronic music in celebration of our diversity and roots as well as our vast future ahead.
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Lg2m2! :3lon\Sun Club/Al Rogers\Kotic Couture/DJ Lexie Mountain
9PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Terrault and Platform Gallery are going back to Miami this year to exhibit in the Satellite Art Show and taking a slew of Baltimore artists! But we need your help to raise money for us to get there by coming to this amazing. $10-15 sliding scale
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1PM – 7PM
Brewer’s Cask
1236 Light St, Baltimore
An all day celebration of craft beer, bacon, and live music! Plenty of chances to win some cool brewery prizes while indulging in an all-you-can-eat bacon buffet that could make Ron Swanson’s toes curl. Live music all day with plenty of amazing rare craft beer. This is one event to not miss!
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Banjo Social
7PM – 9PM
Atomic Books
3620 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Do you play banjo? Clawhammer? Bluegrass? Are you banjo curious? Banjo players and enthusiasts will be in Eightbar just hanging out. Bring your banjo! No, it’s not quite a jam, just a get together, maybe with some playing, definitely drinking and talking.

F Jaguardini Duc D’Angelos Fringe After Dark
8PM – 1AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
OKAY Recordings & Charm City Fringe Present Fringe After Dark with:
The Funky Bass and Beat Group Known as “F”
The Duc D’Angelos
Jaguardini – Gameboy as sequencer, drum machine, shredding, megaphone. 80s synthwave / videogame hybrid

My Medication At The Depot Baltimore
9PM – ?
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
We are Road trippn down to Baltimore for Charm City jam. Cheers!

Beginner German Wheel Workshop
1PM – 2:30PM
Mobtown Ballroom
861 Washington Blvd, Baltimore
Come for a spin on a german wheel with Chris Delgado!
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At The Table: Welcome to R. House
6:45PM – 9:45PM
Stall 11 Baltimore
301 West 29th Street, Baltimore
Exclusine Access to R. House Pre-opening “Down to the Dirt” – Enjoy a 5-Course, Plant-based Chef’s Table + Juice Pairing ($75) by Chef, Melanie Molinaro, Executive Chef of Stall 11.
About At The Table: Unique Gatherings Around Food, Art, & Culture Curated in Partnership with Local Entrepreneurs
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Contra & Square Dance | Greg Frock w/ Frequent Flyers
8PM – 11PM
Baltimore Folk Music Society – BFMS
2200 St Paul st, Baltimore
Greg Frock calls to Frequent Flyers featuring Laura Light (Fiddle) and Anita Anderson (from Seattle) (Piano) and Julia Weatherford (Fiddle and Cello) The Baltimore Folk Music Society presents American Square and Contra Dancing on the 2nd Saturday of the month running from 8:00 ’till 11:00 pm, with a short break in the middle. Admission is: $9 BFMS Members & Affiliates, $13 non-members. Under 21 and full-time students with ID: $4 members, $6 non-members. Beginners, singles, couples, and families are welcome. No Experience necessary; you don’t need to bring a partner.
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Midnight Pokemon Go at the Park
10PM – 12AM
Lake Roland
1000 Lakeside Dr, Baltimore
$1 per person, Be sure to bring CASH, we do not accept credit card payment! Join us at this special after-dark event for 2 hours of catching Pokemon and visiting the 6 Pokestops along the paved loop. Our Nature Center (a Pokemon Gym) will have refreshments, hot drinks, and a charging station. Park gates open at 9:45 pm and close at 12:15 am. Parking is FREE at our lot on Lakeside Drive. Parking and transportation are also available via the MTA Light Rail at the Falls Road stop, right next to the park entrance. Children under the age of 18 need to be signed in by an adult. Children under the age of 15 must be signed in and accompanied by an adult at all times.

Standing Rock Benefit
6PM – 12AM
H&H Building
405 Franklin, Baltimore
Mark Lousy is back and he’s playing at the 5th dimension on Nov 12, all proceeds go buy stoves and tents for the protestors at standing rock Indian reservation


Sunday, November 13

Bluesman Selwyn Birchwood
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Baltimore Blues Society & Creative Alliance team up to present a night of blues fire power with one of the new stars of the blues.  Selwyn Birchwood, Florida’s rising young blues fireball, is a guitar and lap steel playing bundle of pure energy. He delivers his original songs with a revival tent preacher’s fervor and a natural storyteller’s charisma made all the more impactful by his raw, unvarnished vocals. Birchwood plays high-octane blues—at once deeply rooted, funky and up-to-the-minute—with true passion and honest emotion. With his band feeding off his drive and exuberance, the striking 6’3” 29-year-old with his trademark Afro roams the stage (often barefoot), ripping out memorable guitar licks with ease. “There’s nothing I’d rather be doing than playing the blues,” he says. “And I try to convey that with every song and with every performance.”
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Busdriver x Deantoni Parks x Abdu Ali at Metro Gallery
8PM – 12AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Busdriver/ x Deantoni Parks x Abdu Ali
On the tenuous fringes of what can be deemed rap there lies the reviled LA maverick, Busdriver. Who for years has been wowing unsuspecting audiences with his patented visceral onslaught of rants, rhyming and displaced musical sensibility. Whether sitting-in with unlikely cohorts such as; Islands, Daedelus, Z-Trip, TTC, Boom-Bip, 2mex etc., or plowing throw his enthralling solo sets, there is a distinct brand of showmanship employed and at least a handful of concert-goers who are maladjusted enough to submit to the shear unadulterated thrill ensued. Unrelenting touring and the willingness to embrace the transient nature of the road gives way to the title of his 5th solo album and Anti/Epitaph debut, RoadKillOvercoat.
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5 Year Anniversary Party
5PM – 9PM
800 Key Highway, Baltimore
We’ve reached a milestone! SoBo Cafe is turning 5 this year! Help us celebrate on Sunday, November 13th with a huge birthday bash at the American Visionary Art Museum Barn Building. From 5pm to 9pm, enjoy classic SoBo foods and new favorites, Live music with Roses n Rust, local brews from Key Brewing Co. and UNION Craft Brewing, Charm City Meadworks, treats from Mouth Party Caramel and (for your furry friends) Annabelle’s Gourmet Dog Treats, delicious drinks from Gundalow Juice, wine and craft cocktails with fun activities for the kiddos. Door Prizes and Giveaways! Don’t miss it.Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for kids 12 -16 yrs. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Baltimore Station – A non-profit dedicated to helping homeless veterans and others transition through the cycle of poverty, addiction, and homelessness to self-sufficiency.
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Reggae Spin Cycle – November Edition!
3PM – 7PM
Waverly Brewing Company
1625 Union Ave, Baltimore
Yes, it’s time for some great beer, tasty grub and 4 hours of “thankful” reggae music when Waverly Brewing Company presents the November Edition of Reggae Spin Cycle! Throw on your pilgrim hat and big-buckled dancing shoes on Sunday November 13th as the Spin Cycle Crew nices up the W.B.C. from 3 until 7! Yes, we’re moving the party indoors for the ensuing winter months and what better way to warm yourself than a tasty brew and a reggae tune… or two, or twenty. Come on down, relax and enjoy the good vibes!


Stranger Live at the Ottobar
4PM – 8PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Stranger live at the Ottobar, playing as a part of the Bring The Noise showcase. Set times TBD. Contact us for pre-sale tickets! Only $10!

Dance Track Throwback
10PM – 1AM
Rye Fells Point
1639 Thames St, Baltimore
Return the nostalgia of days bygone with a weekly retro dance party at Fells Points newest hot spot, Rye. Baltimore’s own Landis Expandis of the All Mighty Senators is bringing out all of the golden oldies to get your body moving. If it’s before the 80’s expect it to be played. Perfected classic cocktails made by Rye’s bartenders led by Baltimore Bartenders Guild alumni, Perez Klebhan.

Anicon, Wayfarer, Seasick Gladiator, Jera
8PM – 1AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Sunday is better with: Anicon, Wayfarer, Seasick Gladiator, JERA; $10 at the door. And it is also, Robert Louis Stevenson’s birthday!

The Royal Tenenbaums: A Live Reading
6:30PM – 9PM
Space 2640
2640 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Join the JHU Film Society for our second annual Live Reading, this time a performance of Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson’s screenplay for the 2001 film, THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS. Doors open at 6pm, and the reading will begin 6:30pm.
Featuring an all-star cast of Baltimore artists:
Royal Tenenbaum: BENN RAY
Etheline Tenenbaum: MARIA BROOM
Chas Tenenbaum: 83 CUTLASS
Richie Tenenbaum: ALBERT BIRNEY
Margot Tenenbaum: APRIL CAMLIN
Raleigh St. Clair: KEVIN SHERRY
The Narrator: DEANA HAGGAG
NOTE: we will have about 100 chairs for seating, but the remaining attendees will have to sit on the floor, story time style! Please bring your own blankets and pillows to ensure comfort and avoid splinters. Admission to the reading is $5, cash only. No advance ticket sales, seating is first-come, first-serve.


Fringe Closing Party with Voodoo Pharmacology & Fractal Cat
7PM – 10PM
The Mercury Theater
1823 N Charles St, Baltimore
Close out the 2016 Charm City Fringe Festival in *style*! Come out for the final installment of Fringe After Dark and find out this year’s Best of Fringe and Audience Choice Award winners! It’s FREE! Your admission gets you complimentary snacks and pizza by Joe Squared, special musical performances, and a photo booth by Pixilated! We’ll be pouring all night, so bring your Fringe button and celebrate the close of our 5th anniversary festival! Featuring musical guests Voodoo Pharmacology and Fractal Cat.

Chef Takeover with Chef Cat
6PM – 9PM
Dovecote Cafe
2501 Madison Ave, Baltimore
Every 2nd Sunday, we turn over our kitchen for a “TAKEOVER” by a guest chef! The Chef offers a Prix Fixe meal and provides a full after hours restaurant experience in the cafe! We are excited to showcase the talents of our very own Chef Catina Smith in November!! Chef Cat is providing an amptly timed 10 course feast – served family style! Dinner starts at 6p! $55 (includes dinner and her signature Caramel Apple Sangria) BYOB is ALWAYS an option!
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A Fistful of Amaro
5PM – 9PM
3734 Fleet Street, Baltimore
“A Fistful of Amaro” – A Cocktail Tribute to Spaghetti Westerns – featuring a special list of western-inspired amaro cocktails by Amie Ward & Sam White, $10 spaghetti and meatball specials by Chef Brian Lavin, and Spaghetti Western flicks all evening long (i.e. Clint Eastwood in “The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly” and “A Fistful of Dollars”). Western attire is encouraged!

She’s Crafty – A day to benefit House of Ruth
12PM – 4PM
Sticky Rice Bmore
1634 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Join us for our second annual art and hand made craft show. We will have seven regional artists and crafters featuring affordable gift ideas. Enjoy complimentory Drambuie cocktails and live crafting from noon-4:00pm. Sticky Rice Baltimore will be donatng 10% of in house sales to House of Ruth! Skip the mall and support local artist and an amazing nonprofit in one great day!

Manual Coffee Brewing Workshop
7PM – 8:30PM
3 Bean Coffee
209 Key Hwy, Baltimore
3 Bean Coffee is hosting a manual coffee brewing workshop in partnership with the Baltimore Coffee Alliance. This event is open to the public and BYOB! The workshop will be a discussion on taste perception and how different coffees and brewing devices influence a barista’s choice of brew method and technique. We will brew a signle coffee three different ways, and participants will write down predictions of how the coffee will be influenced (or not) by each brewing method. We will all taste together and discuss predictions vs. results.

Make your own Bitters, Cordials & Vinegar shrubs.
12PM – 4:30PM
1903 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Interested in making your own medicine, knowing how to preserve cultivated or wild crafted medicinal plants? Join us for this introduction to making herbal extracts with alcohol and glycerine. This mini medicine maker’s workshop is part demonstration and part information. Learn which types of herbs are best prepared as tinctures and when glycerine is more appropriate. Sample and compare fresh versus dried plant extracts. 25$ includes samples and instruction guides to take home. Class space limited to 8 people.
2:30pm – 4:30pm CORDIALS & SHRUBS
Cordials are sweetened alcohol based extracts of herbs and fruit. Different from single herb extracts, cordials are magical compositions of aromatic herbs and ripe fruits. Shrubs are similar but made with apple cider vinegar. Both are used as mixers for alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. This is a hands-on workshop. Herbs, fruit, natural sweeteners, liquids, and jars are provided along with a handout to guide you to make your own cordial or shrub. Cordials & shrubs make wonderful homemade holiday gifts! 35$ includes the material fee for everyone to make/take home one 16 oz cordial OR shrub.
Class space limited to 8 people. 60$ for both classes including materials, samples, and handouts. To register, please send payment via PayPal. Class registration is non-refundable

Industry Today Series – Clean It Up
12:30PM – 2PM
Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Clean It Up – Adam Lindquist of Healthy Harbor Initiative shares the work of oyster gardens and floating wetlands. John Kellett, Clearwater Mills, tells how Mr. Trash Wheel contributes. COST Free with museum admission. Our Industry Today Series explores how local businesses meet today’s changing economic and technological demands and opportunities.

CCBC Holiday Bazaar
1PM – 5PM
Performing Arts at CCBC
7201 Rossville Blvd, Baltimore
Get a head start on your holidays with the Performing Arts at CCBC! You can browse and purchase holiday decorations from an AMAZING personal collection; see easy decorating demos; bid on fully decorated, full-sized, themed Christmas trees; hear some holiday music and enjoy light refreshments. All proceeds from this FREE event benefit the Performing Arts at CCBC Endowment.


– Lindsey

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