Things to do in Baltimore this week 2/6/17

This blog entry is brought to you by the letter “M”, for Mimosa.  I just finished getting my monies worth of bottomless mimosas at The Five and Dime Ale House.  I apologize if the Sunday section of this entry has some errors.  Anyways, lots of fun to be had this week.  I would invite you to join me at some of my activities but they are sold out, here’s looking at you Fondue Class at Schola.  Maybe I will catch you at the 2nd Anniversary Party for the Local Fry instead.  Until then, enjoy watching the Super Bowl.  Tag me on Instagram, I want to see what you all are eating for the big game today!  I’ll be making quesadillas in my fireplace with my new cast iron cooking iron.  Wish me luck!

Monday, February 6

Blush, Boudoir, & Branding Mini Portrait Sessions
10AM – 8PM
Boutique 44
318 Wyndhurst Ave, Baltimore
Are you considering giving a spicy gift to your Valentine this year? Have you been wanting to do a boudoir shoot, but haven’t gotten up the nerve? Perhaps you wanted to try out a mini session before doing a full session. Join professional photographer, Kimberly Brooke in our private space at Boutique 44 for a special, mini portrait session just in time for Valentine’s Day! Blush, Boudoir and Branding Portraits is the perfect opportunity to get in front of the camera at the most charming boutique in Roland Park. Bring some friends and enjoy private shopping, while sipping on a glass of blush. You are sure to feel at ease working with professional photographer Kimberly Brooke in our private space.  If boudoir is not your style, let’s update your image with a mini portrait session! Are you desperately in need of new professional photographs of yourself for your business branding, blog or personal social media profiles? Kimberly Brooke has a knack for making her clients feel relaxed, comfortable, and confident. You will love these photos! Unsure of what to wear? We can help with styling your look. Book Now: Call 410.800.2301 or email to reserve your spot. Limited time slots available.

Live Jazz in Celebration of Black History Month
6PM – 9PM
Enoch Pratt Free Lbry-Pennsylvania
1531 W North Ave, Baltimore
The Wayne Johnson Ensemble and the Carl Grubbs Ensemble will perform jazz standards written by African American jazz masters.


Nate Hook Jam Session
7:30PM – 9PM
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.

Tuesday, February 7

Bites & Brews Returns!
4PM – 10PM
The Chasseur
3328 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Our monthly beer-focused event, Bites & Brews is back! Each month we’ll feature 5 brews on draft from a select craft brewery paired with 5 small plates to make for a night that your tastebuds will surely enjoy! Our featured brewer for February’s Bites & Brews is Dogfish Head! Check out what we’ll be pouring and stay tuned for our “Bites” menu to be posted soon!
Featured Brews:
– 60 Minute | Flagship IPA | 6% ABV
– India Brown | Dark IPA | 7.2% ABV
– Namaste | White Ale | 4.8% ABV
– SeaQuench | Sour Ale | 4.9% ABV
– Flesh & Blood | Blood Orange IPA | 7.5% ABV


Code Orange/ Youth Code/ Nicole Dollenganger
7PM – 11PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
All Ages. Tickets at, Charmington’s Cafe and Ottobar!

Conversations with Cat
7PM – 8PM
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor by Red Lion
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
Catalina Byrd is a native of Baltimore, MD that has been an active community advocate, journalist, and political consultant for over 15 years. In the last 10 years Catalina has been featured on numerous radio and television programs and has hosted 4 radio programs of her own, specifically targeting the engagement of millennials in the voting process. One of few women of color covering politics at her age has always set her apart from her colleagues and has earned her their respect as a voice that can speak to and for many different demographics. Simply put she speaks “the people’s language”. You can listen to Catalina every Monday on WEAA 88.9’s First Edition with Sean Yoes and she frequently appears on Square Off with Richard Sher on WMAR-ABC 2 and News One Now on TV One with Roland Martin.

5 Course Guest Chef Mediterranean Middle East Dinner
7PM – 9PM
Sotto Sopra Restaurant
405 N Charles St, Baltimore
Welcome to the first in a series of Sotto Sopra’s Guest Chef Dinners. We are pleased to have Chef Jason Cohen as our top toque for the evening’s festivities. Chef Cohen is currently the chef de partie at Wit & Wisdom Restaurant located in Baltimore’s Four Seasons Hotel. Jason defines his style as Modern Middle Eastern, and designs his menus at work with that same twist.  Chef Cohen has created a very special menu featuring those flavors and influences from his travels and living in the Middle East and he’s culinary experience in Mediterranean influenced kitchens.
kohlrabi / shaved fennel / Israeli Yoghurt / clementine / mint
bresaola / smoked beet cream / tarragon / asparagus / horseradish bread-crumbs
Spanish mackerel / squid ink “skin” / uni cream / Fresno chili
Braised lamb shank / pomegranate / allspice / Vidalia onion jus
brown butter cake / robiola gelato / honey figs
$65 per person, 5 Course Prix Fixe Dinner (excludes beverages, tax and gratuity)
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Tuesday Night Movie – Mean Streets
8PM – 10PM
De Kleine Duivel
3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore
Robert De Niro. Harvey Keitel. Martin Scorsese. 1973 American crime drama.

Chopped Viewing Party
9PM – 11PM
The Dizz
300 W 30th St, Baltimore
Gertrude’s Executive Chef Doug Wetzel is competing on The Food Network’s CHOPPED on Tuesday, Feb 7. Join us for a fun viewing party as we all find out together just how well Doug did. And since the show was taped early, Doug will be with us at the party. Our good friends at The Dizz are letting us take over their bar and turn all their TVs to The Food Network so we can cheer Doug on in the competition. There’s no charge for the viewing party but food and drink will be available. Come join us for this fun evening.

La Guerre (KS) / Dwellingville / Colora / Grass Roots Music
8PM – 12AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
La Guerre Apparition Pop from Lawrence, KS
Grass Roots Music

Free Evolution Contemporary Music Series:Reimagining Sondheim
7PM – 9PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
7:00pm conversation with the artist, 8:00pm concert.  Pianist Anthony de Mare performs new versions of Stephen Sondheim’s songs — “not just inventive piano arrangements…but new compositions written in the composers’ own styles” (Anthony Tommasini, New York Times) — by Andy Akiho, Ethan Iverson, Gabriel Kahane and more.

The Poets Church Open Mic Nite
7PM – 9PM
Breaking Bread Page
771 Washington Blvd, Baltimore
Church will again be in session. We had a dynamite opening night and hope you’ll make it out and become a part of our growing congregation.

Introduction: How To Vegan
7PM – 9PM
Zeke’s Coffee
4607 Harford Rd, Baltimore
Hi–we’re a new vegan food business based in Hamilton-Lauraville. We’re passionate about being vegans and want to support and make it easier for you to make vegan choices. This is the first session in our free educational series “How To Vegan.” This workshop is for anyone who is looking to learn more about the benefits of the vegan lifestyle with regard to animal rights, environmental concerns, and personal health. You don’t need to be a vegan or vegetarian to attend–just have an open mind and questions.  In this introductory session, we will cover the basics of veganism, introduce ourselves, discuss local resources, answer any questions you may have, and prioritize future workshop topics based on interest (e.g. vegan convenience foods at the local supermarket, finding the right plant-based milk for every use, raising a vegan child, vegan meal planning, vegan cheese tasting, and the like). All ages are welcome, but there may be discussion of the cruel realities of animal agriculture depending on the questions that are asked. We believe it’s important to understand these for-profit government-subsidized industries and how they treat both animals and their human workers, so each person can make informed decisions regarding the food they eat and the companies they support. A big “thank you!” to Zeke’s Coffee–they are letting us use their location after hours for this event. Vegan snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

Meditate in Hampden/Woodberry Every Tuesday
6PM – 7PM
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. Cost: $10 donation suggested.

Valentine’s Printmaking Workshop
6:30PM – 9:30PM
Night Owl Gallery & Gifts
248 S Conkling St, Unit C, Baltimore
Linoleum Printmaking, or Linocut, is a printmaking technique in which a design is cut into the surface of a linoleum block with a sharp knife, V-shaped chisel, or gouge, with the uncut areas representing a mirror image of the art to be printed. The linoleum block is then inked with a roller and impressed onto paper. Using these blocks and ink, you can create greeting cards, stationary, wall-art, or any other stamping application! We will be learn a new craft taught by the fabulous and talented Lorraine Imwold, whose work will be on display for inspiration, and create printed masterpieces and take-home linoleum blocks for future use!  Whether you’re looking to make Valentine’s cards to express your appreciation for the loved ones in your life, fun cards to celebrate the season, or hand-made invites to a Equinox celebration – Linoleum Printmaking is fun for all! Join us for the first of many special events to tap into your creative side and release your inner artist. Seating is very limited. First come, first served. Reserve your space now.
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Roast to Coast
6PM – 7PM
Order&Chaos Coffee
1410 Key Highway, Baltimore
Come into Order&Chaos for our Guest Roaster series, where we’re serving up single origin coffees from hand selected guest roasters across the country. Next up, HalfWit Coffee Roasters, located in Chicago, IL.

The Groove Session
9PM – 1AM
The Listening Lounge
101 Fillmore St, Charles Village
Baltimore’s grooviest, most compact funk outfit, The Cheeky Binders, are excited to continue the Groove Session, now at The Listening Lounge at 1101 Fillmore St in Charles Village. We’ve been missing a jam session for funk, soul, and modern groove in B’more, so here it is! We’ll be holding it down as the house band for musicians to come play and music lovers to hang, dance, and listen. BYOB. No cover, but tip the band!

Wednesday, February 8

Labyrinth Interactive Movie Night!
7:30PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Dance magic, dance! Dress like a goblin, sing along, play games, sip Goblin King drink specials, and win stuff! We’re making Labyrinth a wild interactive movie night! Bowie look alike contest at intermission! And maybe ball juggling…Not recommended for children.
Your Ridiculous Hosts:
Jen Marsh, The Grand Vendeuse of Colette
Heather Keating, Marketing Maven of Creative Alliance
7:30pm Mingle | 8pm Film | $12, $9 mbrs. | +$3 at the door
$5 Ultimate Fan Packs Available at the Door – Packs include everything you need to “play” the Labyrinth movie game… which we made up…
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Siren Fair Hosted by Michele McTierney
7PM – 10PM
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor by Red Lion
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
Siren Fair is a monthly showcase featuring local female singer-songwriters and musicians. The mission is to promote and support female artists spanning all genres from the Baltimore/DC area. This show brings the music community together and provides an opportunity to network, share and learn from fellow artists and music industry experts. Admission is free. Whether you are just starting out, are an established artist, industry expert or an audiophile and music enthusiast, come out to support local female talent and listen to some great music! Are you a female singer-songwriter? Contact to be featured in a future showcase.

Virtual Reality
6PM – 7:30PM
Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Ever wonder what’s inside those virtual reality goggles that seem to be cropping up everywhere? Join us for a fascinating look inside the world of virtual reality and 360-degree panoramic photography with local tech entrepreneur Aaron Altscher. FREE / Advance registration suggested, contact Free onsite parking.

The Mt. Vernon Marketplace Hosts WYPR Guest Bartenders
6PM – 8PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
Come out to the Mount Vernon Marketplace to support WYPR, meet your favorite on-air personality, and maybe even get them to make you a drink! No tickets or entrance fee required and a portion of the vendors’ proceeds will go to benefit WYPR. Visit for more information.

Hexgirlfriends/Sammi Lanzetta/Reagan Cats/Modern Nomad
8PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
sammi lanzetta (VA): RICHMOND VA INDIE POP

Disney On Ice presents Dream Big
7:30PM – ?
Royal Farms Arena
201 W Baltimore St, Baltimore
Enter a world where adventure is awaiting and courage leads the way at Disney On Ice presents Dream Big. Through enchanted pixie dust Tinker Bell takes you on a journey of beloved Disney tales LIVE ON ICE. Make a splash with the fearless dreamer Ariel as she yearns to explore life above the waves. Watch Rapunzel Cinderella and Belle as they learn about the power to make their own magic. Travel to the wintry world of Arendelle with sisters Anna and Elsa and the hilarious Olaf from Disneys Frozen as they learn that true love is the greatest magic of all. Be there to discover a whole new world with the daring Jasmine, and join Snow White, Aurora and Tiana as they remind you to always be strong kind and fearless. High flying jumps daring acrobatics breathtaking skating and lovable Disney friends make this an experience your family will never forget. Believing is just the beginning when Disney On Ice presents Dream Big skates into your hometown!
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Diablo Doughnuts And GB Craft Beer Pairing
5PM – 7PM
Gordon Biersch Baltimore
1000 Lancaster St, Baltimore
This month’s match made in heaven? Roslan’s beer-inspired doughnuts and our cold craft brews. A flight of four is only $8!

Kid’s V-day Craft Night
4PM – 8PM
Das Bier Haus
1542 Light St, Baltimore
We’ve loved how much the kids (and parents!) have been enjoying our craft nights, so we figured Valentine’s day was a great excuse to throw another shin-dig for the tots! Bring your kid for a fun, hands-on night where they get unleash their creativity (and for once, Mom & Dad dont have to clean it up!). The kiddos will also get a kid’s meal, and can visit our Valentine’s chocolate “bar” where they can get their fill of sugary goodness. Supplies, and kids meals are included. Tickets are $20 per child. Can’t wait to see you there!

Art On Tap – At Peabody Heights Brewery
7PM – 10PM
Peabody Heights Brewery, LLC
401 E 30th St, Baltimore
Calling all artists, poets, musicians, performers, writers, spoken word masters, painters…creatives. We are partnering with a team from Barcelona for an open mic night at Peabody Brewery. We invite you to show us what you’ve been creating! So come play us a song, show some of your work, or just sit back with a beer and enjoy the creative talents of both local artists as well as artists from all over the world! This is a family friendly event and we will be carding at the door. Suggested donation at the door $5 for adults, $2 for those under 21. All proceeds will go to YWAM Baltimore.

German Night
6PM – 9PM
Our House
1121 Hull St, Baltimore
February’s German Night will bring a few new treats! And extra help this month! We will be featuring German plates filled with homemade goodness and lots of love as always! Saurbraten, Dumplings, Pork Schnitzel, Roasted Potatoes, and a Wurst Platter for the meat lovers!

Tiny Valentines
6PM – 8PM
Artifact Coffee
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
Get set for Valentine’s Day with an evening of book binding, beverages & treats at Artifact Coffee. In the class, you’ll learn to make easy, no-glue miniature books and boxes, just the right size to hold a tiny gift for your Valentine. Make one miniature book & box in the workshop, then take home materials and patterns to make two more, and enjoy wine, coffee, and snacks while you bind.
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Contra & Square Dancing | Kappy Laning w/Taylor Among the Devils
7:30PM – 10:30PM
Baltimore Folk Music Society – BFMS
2200 St Paul st, Baltimore
Kappy Laning calls to Taylor Among the Devils – Marty Taylor (whistles, concertina), Steve Hickman (fiddle), and Jonathan Jensen (piano, ocarina). The Baltimore Folk Music Society presents American Contra and Square Dancing at 8:00 p.m. every Wednesday at Lovely Lane United Methodist Church, 2200 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21218. Admission is $9 for members, $13 for nonmembers. Under 21 and full-time students with IDs: $4 members, $6 non-members. Free workshops introducing basic contra dance figures take place on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30p.m. Beginners are encouraged to attend. All dances are taught and walked through beforehand. Music and dance styles include New England, Southern Appalachian, and Celtic styles. Nationally-known musicians and callers appear regularly. These dances are sponsored in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council.

Thursday, February 9

J Pope And Funk Friday w/ The Rad Trads and Big Hoax
8PM – 12AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
FrimFram Productions presents
J Pope
The Rad Trads
Big Hoax
$8 adv / $10 dos  18+
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Anti-Valentines Day Party
8PM – 2AM
Southern Provisions
3000 O’Donnell Street, Baltimore
SoPro is at it again! Bring non-perishable items and recieve a raffle ticket to win 1 of multiple items. Top prize for the night will be a $100 gift card to SoPro!!! Music by Honey Extractor kicks off at 9pm and so does ladies night so all the ladies get 50% off drinks after 9. See you here for good times, great music, and overall being generous for a good cause! All food items will be donated to a local shelter (shelter TBD).


All of the Fun: Kim Gravatt & Friends
9PM – 12AM
Rye Fells Point
1639 Thames St, Baltimore
Kim is a Baltimore musician known for her flute, saxophone, and vocal work with local bands Fractal Cat, Subtle Hustle, and Slow Lights. Don’t miss this chance to see her perform some of her originals, along with a groovy selection of covers, using looping to create a hypnotic blanket of wind instruments. Bring your dancing shoes! Special guests TBA!

Hearts for Art
10AM – 9PM
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
Visit the Walters the Thursday before Valentine’s Day to express your love of art. Drop a paper heart by your favorite piece, take a photo and tag it with #HeartsforArt on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Once again, the Walters Art Museum joins museums across the U.S. in celebrating Valentine’s Day by inviting visitors to share their love and connect with great works of art.

VNZI/Domipsyle/ Sub/Abstract Realities
8PM- 12AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Domipsyle(Instrumental set)
Yung Sub
Abstract Realities

Tom Grace presents Kent State: Death and Dissent in the Long 60s
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse
30 W North Ave, Baltimore
Tom Grace, the author of Kent State: Death and Dissent in the Long Sixties will be speaking about his recent book published by the University of Massachusetts Press. The book examines the long prelude leading up to of the most searing incidents of American history during the Vietnam Era, the killing of four students and the wounding of nine others during an antiwar protest in May 1970. One critique described the study as “a systematic deconstruction of many media-generated myths” among them that the campus was without an activist tradition, that the National Guard members were young and inexperienced, and that the killings led to an end to the era of mass protest.
Taking issue with these myths, Grace shows that Kent State was not a tragic anomaly. Rather, the campus movement was grounded in a tradition of activism extending back to labor battles and civil rights protests of the 1950s. Thus the fatal shootings at Kent State were the culmination of a conflict between the forces of radicalism and repression that unfolded throughout the decade of the 1960s.
Thomas M. Grace, Ph.D., is the author of Kent State: Death and Dissent in the Long Sixties. He is an adjunct professor of American history at Erie Community College. He was among the thirteen students struck by the National Guard gunfire that killed four of his classmates.

Watch Out Now! HipHop Party ft. Psycho Les Of The Beatnuts!
9PM – 1:30AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
For the Bmore BeatClub 29 afterparty we’re having a dance party at The Crown ft. Psycho Les of the Beatnuts, DJ Nadir & DJ True Domination!!

Jazz Night at Poets Modern Cocktails & Eats
6PM – 8PM
Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown
24 West Franklin Street, Baltimore
Poets Modern Cocktails & Eats is excited to bring you ‘Jazzy Nights”…live Jazz every Thursday from 6-8pm starting February 9th. No admission fee. Just enjoy a custom cocktail and a delightful entree by Chef Krystal! Free self-parking at the 15 West Franklin Street Garage with the purchase of an entree.

6th Annual Taste For Life
6PM – 9PM
Pier 5 Hotel
711 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Come network with the Baltimore business community while enjoying single-barrel bourbon, craft beers, fine wine, hors d’oeuvres, and great music along with one of the best views Baltimore has to offer. All proceeds benefit the There Goes My Hero foundation, whose mission it is to provide help, hope, and nourishment to leukemia patients and their families. Tickets: $75 per person. Attire: Business Casual
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Bmore BeatClub 29: Psycho Les of The Beatnuts
7PM – 10PM
Maryland Art Place
218 W Saratoga St, Baltimore
For our 2cnd BeatClub of 2017 Lineup Room Recording Studio is partnering with Crazy Stylez Bmore, Maryland Art Place, DJ MooseJaw & Bmore Strong Merchandising to bring you Hip Hop LEGENDARY PRODUCER PSYCHO LES OF THE BEATNUTS!! Producers Bring Beats (On Your Phone) & Artists Bring Bars. Be ready to rap on ANY BEAT!!! If you want to play some beats or spit come EARLY to sign up!! $10. As usual THE EZE JACKSON will be your host with DJ MooseJaw on the Turntables. This month’s features are Psycho Les, Logic Marselis, Mazta I & Rapper A.M.
Check out their work below:
Psycho Les:
Logic Marselis:
Mazta I:
Rapper A.M. :

Spafford at The 8×10 Baltimore w/ You Already Know
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Spafford Spafford is a four piece funk rock act hailing from Phoenix, Arizona.
You Already Know The high energy mix of blues, electronic dance music, funk, bluegrass, and hip hop create an experience that fans of You Already Know can’t help but get down to.
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Author Talk and Book Signing Featuring Erica Armstrong Dunbar
7PM – 9PM
Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum
1417 Thames St, Baltimore
MahoganyBooks is excited to host an African American Read-in featuring Erica Armstrong Dunbar, the author of the new book Never Caught. This book tells “a fascinating and moving account of a courageous and resourceful woman,” Ona Judge, a runaway slave owned by President George Washington. “Beautifully written and utilizing previously untapped sources it sheds new light both on the father of our country and on the intersections of slavery and freedom in the flawed republic he helped to found.”

South-West France
6PM – 8PM
BIN 604 Wine Sellers
604 S Exeter St, Baltimore
While Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne take all the glory; France’s Sud-Ouest is bursting with little-known treasures! A mix of well-known inernational varietals and ancient French graphes, join us to explore wines from France’s hidden corner. Tickets are $29.

Strangers Become Sisters
8PM – 11PM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Publik / Private Presents a Reading: Strangers Become Sisters
Featuring: Lexie Mountain, Antonia Perdu, Mecca Verdell, Jordannah Elizabeth, Stephanie Joyal, Lily Herman, and more. Special guest: Cellist Chanel Whitehead will perform a solo set.
This is event is to raise funds to help Publik/ Private become a small press of chapbooks, zines and essay anthologies.

Karaoke at Joe Squared: New Monthly Show with DJ Scotty Love
9PM – 1:20AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Kicking off the new year right with a new Monthly Show!! Come get your sing on in Station North at the new home of Joe Squared.  Parking is easy, they have a great menu, and now they have some DJ Scotty Love action in the super nince basement bar. More to come, but just get ready for a new awesome show at a new awesome venue!!

Goonda Beersmiths Tap Takeover
5PM – 2AM
Wet City
223 W Chase St, Baltimore
We’ll be tapping Goonda Beersmiths newest releases Thursday Feb. 9th! If you aren’t familiar with this brewing duo you best get to know them. These guys are some of our favorite local brewers. Warning these kegs have been known to kick in 24 hrs here.
Farm HOUSE Music by Goonda
Resist IPA by Goonda Beersmiths

Galentine’s Night Out at Punch!
7PM – 9PM
1132 S Charles St, Baltimore
Tickets are $40, please RSVP to


Be My Galentine Sip & Shop
5PM – 8PM
Boutique 44
318 Wyndhurst Ave, Baltimore
Join us for a Galentine’s Sip & Shop event at Boutique 44. Enjoy wine & snacks while shopping with your friends for a girls night out! Design your own custom choker with Elyse By Nicole jewelry!

Friday, February 10

Drunk In Love – Bey vs Ye vs Jay Valentine’s Dance Party!
9PM – 1:45AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Upstairs at Ottobar…The 2nd Friday of every month…DJ MILLS PRESENTS! This month…”DRUNK IN LOVE” – Bey vs Jay vs Ye Dance Party…Valentine’s Edition! DJ Mills spins all of your favorite jams from Beyonce, Kanye, and Jay Z! All the dance floor classics (Crazy in Love, Give It to Me, Formation), album cuts, slow jams, and collabs (Watch the Throne). Deep Eddy Lemonade Vodka Drink Specials ALL NIGHT!

$100 Girlfriend, Vayda, and Maitland (PA) at Reverb Collective
9PM – 12AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Vayda: baltimore dreampop
Maitland: philadelphia indie folk rock
$100 Girlfriend: baltimore gloom pop
$10 at the door OR become a member of this awesome collective.

The Honey Dewdrops at Creative Alliance
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
This Baltimore roots duo are known for their lush vocal harmonies and stellar musicianship. Opening the night will be Lucas Chohany with Nicholas Horner. Baltimore’s Lucas Chohany joins forces with New York City’s Nicholas Horner as they embark on their first ever US tour from February to April. Lucas and Nicholas share a love for traditional music and honest songwriting presented with the reckless abandon of rock musicians. Lucas and Nicholas were recently featured as the house band at the United Nations Habitat III Conference in Quito, Ecuador.
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Grand Opening at Whiskey Hill
7PM – 11PM
Whiskey Hill at Stalking Horse
26 E Cross St, Baltimore
– New Place
– New Food, Drink, & Whiskey
– Renovated Space
– Over 60 Whiskey’s
– Free Food and Select Drinks
– $1 and $2 Drink Specials

Negus In Paris: Abdu Ali w/ Logicoma’s Euro Tour Benefit Show
7PM – 11PM
Space 2640
2640 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
This is a benefit concert to raise funds for Abdu Ali‘s European tour with Logicoma.
ft. performances by  Abdu AliLogicomaNeroScreammathew starke, FLEX1000, Bonnie Jones, Maya Martinez, and Infinity Knives
Sliding scale $7-$10

Observe Venus Night
5:30PM – 9PM
Maryland Science Center
601 Light St, Baltimore
Join Maryland Science Center staff for a special edition of our weekly “Friday Night Stargazing” to enjoy a view of the brilliant planet Venus. Through our telescope you can see that Venus is a planet that goes through phases (it’s not always Full phase).
Friday admission to the Observatory is free (does not include access to the Museum). Phone 410-545-2999 after 5:00 PM on Fridays to find out if the Observatory will be open that night. The Observatory is on the roof of the Maryland Science Center. On Fridays, enter through the Key Highway Entrance around the back of the building (the Group Entrance) The Observatory is open to the outdoors, so please dress appropriately. If a large group (20-plus people) plans to visit, please notify us at least a week ahead of time.

Stranger Plevyak – Fruition Experience – Black Root Underground
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Join us on February 10, 2017 with Stranger – Jonathan Plevyak – The Fruition ExperienceBlack Root Underground
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Love SUX
7PM – 2AM
Howl at the Moon Baltimore
22 Market Pl (Power Plant Live), Baltimore
If you’re looking to get away from all the ooey-gooey stuff that’s in the air and just dance your butt off this Valentine’s Day weekend, we have the party for you! Come join us for our annual Love SUX party to dance the night away. Bring in a torn up or destroyed photo of your ex for goodies and the best closure you could ask for. With drinks, games and live music, your committed friends are going to be wishing they went out with you!
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Robert Dick – Ursel Schlicht Duo The Galilean Moons
8PM – 10PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Flutist Robert Dick and pianist Ursel Schlicht celebrate the release of their album The Galilean Moons, a suite inspired by each of the four Jovian moons discovered by Galileo, and co-created for the Festival Cervantino in Mexico. From the very beginning of the disc, without notice, the listener is thrown into the deep depths of improvisation caused by the incredible imagination and creative abilities of both instrumentalists. The avant-garde actions of the American-German duo boldly expand the spectrum of jazz improvisation on the unusual atonal solutions and innovative experiments in the field of compositional texture. — Robert Ratajczak,, May 2016
Tickets: $17 in advance/$20 at door/$10 full-time students with ID

Christopher James
10PM – 1AM
Rye Fells Point
1639 Thames St, Baltimore
Music filled with passion, energy and hope and steeped in the Blues tradition.

Drunk In Love
9PM – 12AM
Baltimore Eagle Night Club and Bar
2022 N Charles St, Baltimore
I am so BEYOND excited to announce the first Drag Show at the new, fun, devilishly sexy Baltimore Eagle!! Come join me, along with 6 other phenomenally talented drag queens, as we spend this year’s Valentines Day weekend getting Drunk In Love! Check out the event page on my website or visit The Baltimore Eagle Night Club and Bar website for all the dirty details!

Dinner with Tango
4PM – 12AM
Lithuanian Hall
851 Hollins St, Baltimore
Lithuanian Hall is inviting you to learn Argentinian Tango together on February 10th. It may come in handy for Valentines Day! Our reopened kitchen will be serving traditional Lithuanian fare prepared by famous Lithuanian cook Lina from New Jersey. There will be artisan deli foods and custom jewelry available for purchase and the artist R. Gabri will display his creations in the Maple Room. The bar opens at 4pm. Try our new „Ginger 999“! Dinner service will begin at 5pm. Tango instruction will be from 7pm to 8pm. Entry to this event is FREE.


Aaron Carter at Fish Head Cantina!
7:30PM – 11:45PM
Fish Head Cantina
4802 Benson Ave, Baltimore
Aaron Carter with
Parallel Heights
Clear For Takeoff
$15ad/$18 day of. Doors 7:00. All Ages till 9:00/after 9:00 21+
Buy Tickets Here

Couples Owl Prowl #1
6PM – 9PM
Carrie Murray Nature Center
1901 Ridgetop Rd, Baltimore
Do something unique in celebration of this Valentine’s Day! Meet all of our resident owls, hang out with some of our naturalists, and learn to spot owls at night. Enjoy a romantic fire with marshmallow roasting while sipping on hot chocolate and learning about these beautiful birds. This is for adults only (21 and older) and is a BYOB event–we encourage you to bring along a bottle of wine or other libation to sip on while dissecting owl pellets. If you’re lucky you may even win the door prize: a pair of hand painted wine glasses!! This will be a couples experience to be remembered for years to come! This program filled up quickly last year so we added a second date–be sure you select the correct date that you are interested in attending. No open toed shoes. No pets please. $40 per couple at the door. Please visit or call 410-396-0808 to pre-register for the event.

James Von Lenz and The Oyster Barons Return
8PM – 1AM
The Basement at Ryleigh’s in Mt Vernon
1225 Cathedral Street, Baltimore
James Von Lenz and co return to The Basement! They crushed it last time, and ate all of our oysters…so we had to bring them back! Bring your instrument for an open jam after the show!

Old School HIP HOP at RHG
10:30PM – 1:30AM
The Rowhouse Grille
1400 Light St, Baltimore
DJ Noteman spins Old School Hip Hop classics every second Friday of the month! Don’t miss out!

Saturday, February 11

Valentine’s Pop-Up
11AM – 8PM
R. House
301 W 29th St, Baltimore
Join us  at R. House for our next pop-up. We will have lots of plants, terrariums, pressed flower cards, and local goods for you to grab for all the special people in your life! We are now taking orders for fresh bouquets (made by our lovely floral designer, Sarah Ruberto $30), succulent tea cups, BLK // SUGARmacarons, as well as Priya Means Love bath salts & massage oil. Please email or call us to make your order- the deadline is Feb. 8th, and pick-up will be on Feb. 13th from 5-10pm at R. House.  410-245-6925 or


Zoo Valentine’s Event For Adults
6PM – 9PM
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
1 Safari Place, Baltimore
Presented by The Towson University Alumni Association and Whole Foods Market. Take your Valentine on a date that’s anything but tame. Join us for an evening of sipping, snacking and learning about the secret world of wildlife matchmaking. It’s a cross between a swanky cocktail soiree and lighthearted lecture on animal mating held at the Zoo’s historic Mansion House. Guests must be 21+ Tickets sell out quickly for this wild event, so get yours now.
Tickets Include:
– Open bar (featuring beer and wine)
-Appetizers and sweet treats
-Live music
– Close encounters and photo ops with Animal Ambassadors
– Shocking, scandalous, and true talks about animal courtship from two animal experts from the Zoo
-Free parking
-Coat check
Buy Tickets Here

F Major Band
10PM – 1AM
Rye Fells Point
1639 Thames St, Baltimore
4TAE born April 4th1985 in baltimore is an american musician/singer/songwriter, known in the DMV area. He started playing drums in his high school marching band and switched to the trombone his senior year. Later he majored in music at Morgan state University. 4TAE launched his professional career in 2005 playing with the Eubie Blake legacy jazz band and Marcell and the Truth. He has opened up for various artists such as Anthony David, Anthony Hamilton, Algebra Blessett, and Lupe Fiasco. He also played along side artists such as jazz violinist Regina Carter and Raheem Devaughn. Along with the Trombone 4TAE plays piano bass guitar and is a producer. He is currently working on his debut EP “Blue hart”. His music is described as a smooth explosion of hip-hop and R&B. Music lovers will enjoy listening to the sexy smooth sounds of this new artist.

Khadijah Moon Unplugged: Song of a Space Cadet
8PM – 8:45PM
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor by Red Lion
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
Khadijah Moon is a multi-talented singer & songwriter you need to know. She performs regularly as a solo artist and part of the arts collective Liberated Muse Arts Group which she founded in 2008. She hosts 5th Tuesday Open Mic at the renowned Busboys & Poets, located on 14th & V in Washington DC.

BRO-K Cupid
8PM – 12AM
The 14 Karat Cabaret
218 W Saratoga St
Spend your Valentine’s weekend with the Baltimore Rock Opera Society! BRO-K Cupid is like an assorted box of all the awesome chocolates – featuring unplugged performances from six of Baltimore Rock Opera Society’s most epic vocalists and musicians, original puppetry from Frith & Inlé and Tryfuss Puppet Collective, and a new episode of SHERLOCK BONES: the Skeleton Detective. Hosted by Baltimore’s cheekiest raconteur, John Bennett. BRO-K Cupid: Swipe Right. Tickets available now at
$20 – General Admission – includes free pizza from Joe Squared and a special baked dessert.
$100 – Get Felt Up – 4 tickets plus the best seats in the house at your own table and a special gift. This is a puppet joke.

The Second Saturday S#!t Show – Free comedy! feat. Chris Milner
7:30PM – 9PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
‘The Second Saturday S#!t Show’ keeps on bringin’ the jokes in 2017! Of course, another hilarious line-up this month! February’s headliner is CHRIS MILNER! Chris Milner is a stand-up comedian, as well as creator & host of the comedy/trivia panel show Specific Ignorance. Chris has been performing comedy all over the United States since 2011…at clubs and festivals such as the DC Improv, Arlington Draft House, Go Bananas (Cincy), Denver Comedy Works, Limestone Comedy Festival, & Laugh Your Asheville Off Comedy Festival. Chris rarely uses sarcasm and NEVER refers to himself in the third person.
Also bringing hot jokes this evening… Tok Moffat, Mike Quindlen, Matt Brown, Shawn Leverett, Nicholas Hopping, & Franqi French. Hosted by Kim Ambrose

Harriet Tubman UGRR Visitor Center Pre-Grand Opening Event
1PM – 2PM
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
830 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Join for a panel talk to mark the grand opening of the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, slated to open March 2017 in Cambridge, MD. The panel, taking place at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, is entitled “Harriet Tubman, A Woman of Courage and Vision: Inspired by Faith, Family and Community.” The distinguished speakers include Marci Wolff-Ross, Maryland Office of Tourism; Chris Elcock, GWWO, Inc./Architects; and Robert Parker, Park Superintendent. Mr. Parker will provide an overview of the park. Following, the panel will examine the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman and the ongoing preservation efforts of her Maryland birthplace. The panel is co-presented by the Reginald F. Lewis Museum and the National Park Service. The talk is included with museum admission and is part of the Black Memorabilia Fine Art and Craft Show on Saturday, February 11, 10am-5pm.

Live Band Punk Rock Karaoke – February Edition
9PM – 1AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
We’re back! Come out and sing your face off with us. $5 to get in, so bring your valentine and impress them with your epic vocal stylings. All the same favorites from last time plus a few new ones. Full set list will be posted as soon as we figure it out. Lets party.

Canker Blossom/ Tomato Dodgers/ The Neckbeards/ Flabbercasters/ Urban Crater
8PM – ?
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Canker Blossom
Tomato Dodgers
The Neckbeards
The Flabbercasters
Urban Crater

Musical Menagerie at The Metro The Things, Red Sammy, The Stents
9PM – 1AM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
The Things will return to The Metro Gallery for a night of friendship, love, music and clean bathrooms.Also performing will be Baltimore’s favorite garage rock band The Stents, and touring Americana juggernaut Red Sammy.

Jazz and Dance Lecture in Honor of Black History Month
6PM – 2AM
Mobtown Ballroom
861 Washington Blvd, Baltimore
In honor of Black History Month, the Mobtown Ballroom is bringing Barbara A. Jones from the Harlem Swing Dance Society to lead a FREE “Illustrated Jazz and dance Lecture” on the roots and fruits of Lindy Hop, one of America’s first dance forms. This presentation will include film clips about the dance and its history makers, and audience Q & A. Addressed topics include common myths about racial dynamics in the Lindy Hop world today. Through discussing the connection between history, Lindy Hop, Hand Dance, and other dance forms, this workshop will illustrate the importance of Black people having ownership in, and access to, their own culture and history. In addition after the workshop there will be a lesson in basic Lindy Hop/Swing Dance and Jazz steps, followed later in the eve with a Juke Joint Swinging Soul Dance with beats and rhythms from the 1950’s up for all to enjoy and practice their musicality to! Schedule coming soon! Workshop is free, lesson and dance is $10.

REHAB 2nd Saturdays- Valentine Edition
9PM – 2AM
Grand Central Nightclub
1001 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us for a special REHAB 2nd Saturday with our Annual Valentine’s Party.
Red: In a relationship
Pink: Dating Open
White: Single
Two floors.  Double Power Hour from 9-11 with $3 Domestics and Rails. Music by Vodkatrina. $5 Cover 21+ This is our 8th year hosting Rehab, Baltimore’s Largest LGBTQ Monthly. Come out and party with us on the 11th and make sure you RSVP for a chance to win free entry for you and a guest. See you OUT!

DYNOHUNTER at The 8×10
9PM – 2AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
DYNOHUNTER is truly a breath of fresh air to the world of electronic dance music. With a sound embraced by fans of house and techno and a live performance fueled by the organic energy of live instrumentation, their music is undeniable on the dance floor. DYNOHUNTER’s ability to blend deep electronic influences with live saxophone, bass, and drums forges a new path in the vast expanse of electronic music.
Buy Tickets Here

The Sound Of Motown
9PM – 12AM
1919 Fleet St, Baltimore
$10 door and baked good raffle all for General Wolfe’s After School Music Program.

Juels Bland, Matt Wheeler & Calen Perkins
8PM – 10PM
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Second Saturdays = Songwriter Nights here at Teavolve. This week we have three marvelous performers who take the form of Juels Bland (DC’s passionate blend of soul and rage), Matt Wheeler (“Matt really has a way with words. He puts poetry to music really rather than simply writing songs. Very beautiful writing.”) and Calen Perkins (“a versatile singer-songwriter and guitarist with a hearty appetite for catchy melodies, infectious rhythms and emotive lyrics that describe his socially conscious worldview”). 8-10pm. Free show.

Cupid’s Undie Run – Baltimore
12PM – 4PM
Luckie’s Tavern
10 Market Pl, Baltimore
BIG party. “Brief” run. Raising millions! Cupid’s Undie Run is a 4 hour party with a mile(ish) fun run in the middle. No, we’re not crazy, we’re just crazy serious about raising money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation. We raised over $3.5 million in donations last year, so come join the fun and help us hit $4 million for 2017!

King Felix /// Locus Terribilis
7PM – 10PM
Current Space
421 N Howard St, Baltimore
Current Space is pleased to present two exhibitions, King Felix by Hunter Stabler and Locus Terribilis by Nathan Miller.

Valentine’s Day Dinner
February 11, 5PM – 10PM
Belvedere & Co. Events
1 E Chase St, Baltimore
Surprise that special someone by elevating a typical dining experience this Valentine’s Day. Skip the restaurant and imagine a lavish dinner in a captivating ballroom complete with a roaring fireplace, oak tones, and gemstone-colored silks draped from an upholstered ceiling, glistening with five original chandeliers. The night doesn’t stop there, The 13th Floor, our private affair venue, will be opening its doors for drinks, dancing and live music after dinner. If you dine with us, the cover charge for admittance will be waived. Cap your evening with a carefully crafted cocktail and the best view in the city.
What are you waiting for? Get your reservation before they are all gone.
– February 11th & 14th
Reservations encouraged
– Four-course prix fixe, $79 per person, not including tax and gratuity.
– Cocktail Attire
– Specialty Menu below
Please call 410-332-1000 ext. 302 or email to place your reservation today.

Pagan Science and Hot Monkey Love Release
12PM – 5PM
Oliver Brewing Company
4216 Shannon Dr, Baltimore
Pagan Science & Hot Monkey Love make their return at the Tasting Room for your beer drinking pleasure. You asked for more Pagan Science, so we are giving you what you asked for! Hot Monkey Love is being released for the first time since we moved into our “new” home and we are super pumped about it! It’s our Bourbon Barrel Aged English Style Barleywine and it’s going to be amazing. We decided that Mexican on the Run should make a return as well, so they will be slinging delicious quesadillas & guac for your consumption. Come hang out, drink some excellent beer, eat & take some beers to go for all of your pre Valentine’s Day festivities.

Among the Sounds of the Night
7:30PM – 11PM
The Ideal Arts Space
905 W 36th St, Baltimore
Join the Occasional Symphony for a night of entertainment, food, drink, and music about the darker side of love! Come out and dance with us among the sounds of the night! Enjoy the evening, filled with romantic classics and modern masterworks. Bring yourself. Bring some friends. We’ll bring the party. Featuring powerful songs by Gyorgy Ligeti, Samuel Barber, and Christopher Cerrone sung by renowned sopranos Melissa Wimbish and Danielle Buonaiuto, and singer, songwriter Sunny Cowell will be delivering her own beautiful melodies and tunes. Offering gourmet food provided by Cafe Cito Bmore and master chef David Sherman, accompanied by an excellent selection of beer and wine. Samantha Buker of 7 Veils Studio will sketch commemorative portraits at the event for anyone who donates $10 or more to our non-profit organization. Hosted by the elegant theatre and dance hall, the The Ideal Arts Space.
$25 – includes food, drinks, and MUSIC. Must be 21 years of age or older to consume alcohol at this event. All ages welcome.

Anti-Valentine’s Day Party
10PM – 2AM
The Owl Bar
1 E Chase St, Baltimore
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. The glorious celebration of chalk flavored candy hearts, cliche red roses and unnecessary teddy bears. Instead of crawling under the covers and avoiding the outside world for those awful 24 hours, why not party with us and DJ Sean J instead? Come celebrate the best Anti-Valentine’s Day party in the city, at The Owl Bar. No Cover Charge, Giveaways, Ice Luge, Anti-Love Potions, Love Bites Menu, Stoplight Glow Sticks upon arrival (Green for single, red for taken or “buzz off”, and yellow for it’s complicated). Bring in a picture of your ex and receive a free Valentine’s Day shot!

Version 1.5 with Trillnatured | Feat. Station North Sadboi
9PM – ?
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
🔥 Version 1.5 is BACK 🔥 Last month was the definition of LIT, so you already know what it this time around! Grab your gatorade and your valentine because we finna go in for ROUND 2! Guest DJ will be Station North Sadboi (Qué Pequeño) ✨

Paper Circuits & Pop Up Card Workshop
10:30AM – 12:30PM
Maryland Science Center
601 Light St, Baltimore
Valentine’s day is just around the corner. Show your friends and family how much you care by hand crafting your own Paper Circuit or Pop Up card. In this workshop, participants will learn how to make paper circuits using copper tape and electronic components. LEDs and other simple electronics can be added together to create greeting cards that light up and buzz. Participants will also learn different ways to engineer a pop up card, which can be combined with paper circuits to create an amazing piece of work to give or keep. Cost is $15 per person. There is no member discount for our workshop programs. All supplies and museum admission are included. The workshop is designed for ages 10 and up, anyone under 16 must participate with an adult. Advance registration and payment required.

Tequila Works-Stop Light Edition
8PM – 1:30AM
Mex Baltimore
26 Market Pl at Power Plant Live!, Baltimore
First edition of our monthly Saturday party the Stop Light Edition! Choose your green, yellow or red cup based on your relationship status to get $3 domestic drafts and $4 margarita specials!
Green=Single and ready to mingle
Yellow= It’s complicated try me
Red=Taken just here for the shakin’
Keep your eye on our stop light to win prizes!!

8:30PM – 10PM
Peabody Conservatory
1 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Come see some cool Drag Queens do some cool stuff in joe byrd doors open at 8pm and the show begins at 8:30pm!!

Fierce Chicks Rock Art Show
11AM – 3PM
The Ideal Arts Space
905 W 36th St, Baltimore
Please join us for the 5th annual Fierce Chicks Rock Art Show to benefit Moveable Feast. Over 20 of baltimore’s best artists will show work and donate a percentage of their proceeds to Moveable Feast. We will also have paintings, photography, works on paper, sculpture, and crafts. There will be snacks, refreshments and a Fierce Chicks Rock signature cocktail! Every year bike teams ride from Ocean City to Baltimore—140 miles over 2 days—in the Ride For The Feast to raise funds for Moveable Feast. Moveable Feast provides hot meals to folks with HIV/AIDS and other life threatening illnesses who live below poverty line. This service is free to the clients. Moveable Feast provides this service all over Maryland, a 140 mile radius that we represent by the distance of the Ride. Each rider must raise $1,500 in order to participate in the ride. Many of the riders on our team, Fierce Chicks Rock, are involved in the care of folks with HIV/AIDS either as nurses, physicians, dietitians or close friends of them. We are all passionate about Moveable Feast.

DJ Lovegrove w Guillermo Giraldo and Zak on Percussion
8PM – 2AM
The Basement at Ryleigh’s in Mt Vernon
1225 Cathedral Street, Baltimore
You can’t ask for a better date night 😉  A preview of the vibes for the evening.

LoveSICK- a cabaret by Improprieties
8PM – 10PM
Spotlighters Theatre
817 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
It’s February, and love is in the air. Unfortunately, sometimes love stinks! Join Steven Lampredi, Michael Tan, Christine Thomas, Jim Knost, and Dyana Neal for loveSICK; a look at the silly, obsessive, and even twisted things we do in the name of l’amour. The program features jazz, pop, standards, and musical theater selections by Murray Grand and Elisse Boyd, Gilbert and Sullivan, Cole Porter, and many more. loveSICK- A lovingly satirical musical view of l’amour! …in which four singers and an accompanist explore some quirks and co-dependency of the American Songbook in selections by Murray Grand and Elisse Boyd, Gilbert and Sullivan, Cole Porter and many more.

DJ Hella Freckles and Hummingbird Feeder take over the Back Bar
9PM – 1:30AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
DJ Hummingbird Feeder and DJ Hella Freckles
9PM, No Cover, 21 +

Sunday, February 12

Valentine’s Day Open Studio
10AM – 12PM
Local Color Flowers
3100 Brentwood ave, Baltimore
Love is in the air!! For the FIRST TIME EVER we are offering a Valentine’s Day Weekend Open Studio!!! Come visit us the Sunday before Valentine’s Day  and make yourself a Valentine’s Day present! Or send your special someone over with coffee and cash and let them have a blast designing their own flower arrangement. They can choose their own vase and their favorite flowers – eliminating all potential for disappointment! Please note: we will NOT have roses available. Roses are not grown locally at this time, therefore, we will not have them. We WILL have anemones, carnations, paperwhites, tulips, tropical foliage, and other surprises!  This is NOT a formal class. This is a time for self directed design with some coaching from our designers if necessary. We will provide flowers, vases and tools. Adults only please! You can make a wrapped bouquet for $30, a small vase arrangement for $30, a medium vase arrangement for $50 or a large vase arrangement for $75. Or, feel free to bring your own vase (pricing is subject to vase size). No need to RSVP! Come design your best Valentine’s Day flowers yet!! You know we’ll have some smooth love tunes blasting!

Kindness for Paws – Name your Donation Art Sale
11AM – 1PM
White Marsh Mall
8200 Perry Hall Blvd, Baltimore
The 4th annual Kindness for Paws – Name your Doantion Art Sale will take place on Sunday, February 12 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. This animal welfare inspired art collection will consist of over 1000 pieces of original art created by local students from City Neighbors High School, Perry Hall Middle School, General John Striker Middle School, Middle River Middle School, Kingsville Elementary School and Grange Elementary School. Artwork will be viewable starting on Saturday, February 4th, but sales will only take place during the reception on Sunday, February 12th from 11 – 1. All proceeds from “Kindness For Paws” goes to support homeless pets at the Maryland SPCA.


Valentine’s Pop-Up
11AM – 8PM
R. House
301 W 29th St, Baltimore
Join us  at R. House for our next pop-up. We will have lots of plants, terrariums, pressed flower cards, and local goods for you to grab for all the special people in your life! We are now taking orders for fresh bouquets (made by our lovely floral designer, Sarah Ruberto $30), succulent tea cups, BLK // SUGARmacarons, as well as Priya Means Love bath salts & massage oil. Please email or call us to make your order- the deadline is Feb. 8th, and pick-up will be on Feb. 13th from 5-10pm at R. House.  410-245-6925 or

The Local Fry 2 Year Anniversary Party
12PM – 4PM
The Local Fry
21 E Cross St, Baltimore
Come celebrate with The Local Fry as we celebrate our two years in business. We are doing a special unique mash up menu with our friends Ekiben that focuses on all of our cultural backgrounds. Union Craft Brewing will be on hand to quench any thirst from all the delicious food that will be had.


Reggae Spin Cycle -February Edition!
3PM – 7PM
Waverly Brewing Company
1625 Union Ave, Baltimore
Chase away those February chills with a heavy does of ska, rocksteady, reggae, roots and rub-a-dub provided by the fine folks @ Reggae Spin Cycle!

Special Valentine’s Opera Night
5:30PM – 7:30PM
Sotto Sopra Restaurant
405 N Charles St, Baltimore
On Sunday, February 12th, Sotto Sopra has planned a special early Valentine’s evening for you. Enjoy a taste of our Northern Italian cuisine from our ala carte menu along with live Opera Performances throughout the evening for a mere $10 cover charge per guest.. We are accepting open reservations for dinner and the show from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. For too many years to mention, Sotto Sopra’ has been the venue for our successful, well attended monthly Opera Night along with a five course dinner but on this night, you can order off the menu. If you have never attended we hope you will sample the experience on this very special evening. Come in for fine Italian cuisine, the live Opera performances throughout dinner and a memorable evening with that special someone. Call for reservations 410 625 0534. We are also offering our prix fixe menu for Opera Night February 19th – $58 per person plus tax and gratuity.

Candle Makng and Wine V-Day edition
5PM – 7PM
Artifact Coffee
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
Spend Valentine’s Day with your sweetie and your creative spirit and spend 2 hours drinking, laughing, and flexing your creative muscles. There’s no experience necessary and we’ll provide all the supplies, so you don’t have to worry about a thing (except having a great time!). After it’s all said and done, you will walk away with 2 all natural Scented Soy Candles, choosing from an array of scents ranging from floral, to earthy, to food inspired. Get ready to mix and mingle!
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Chocolate Through the Centuries
12:30PM – 2:30PM
Homewood Museum
3400 N Charles St, Baltimore
Chocolate has been an integral part of American history. Not only was the cocoa bean discovered in the Americas and brought to Europe by Columbus, but 17th and 18th-century Americans actually saw chocolate as an important part of their everyday diet. Culinary historian and writer Joyce White will explore the rich cultural history of chocolate from its ancient beginnings in Mesoamerica to the present day, with particular emphasis on how it was enjoyed by early Baltimoreans like Homewood’s Carroll family. The presentation will be followed by a hot chocolate reception. Participants will receive take-home samples of five historic chocolate preparations: a 17th-century Aztec-style hot drink, an 18th-century style tart, a 19th-century style Bangor Brownie, a 20th-century milk chocolate truffle and a 21st-century style chocolate incarnation. Advance, pre-paid reservations are required by calling 410.516.5589. Register Here

Chef Takeover: Cusine D’Afrique with Chef Carleen
6PM – 8PM
Dovecote Cafe
2501 Madison Ave, Baltimore
Every 2nd Sunday, we turn over our kitchen for a “TAKEOVER” by a guest chef! The Chef offers a Prix Fixe meal and provides a full after hours restaurant experience in the cafe! We are excited to continue the 2017 season of Chef Takeover with Chef Carleen of Le Monade!! Chef Carleen is unveiling her “Cuisine D’Afrique”! 5 Courses | 2 Cocktails | 1 Community. Dinner starts at 6p! $65 BYOB is ALWAYS an option!
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Easy Like Sunday featuring Reina Willams
12:30PM – 3:30PM
Impact Hub Baltimore
10 E North Ave, Baltimore
Simply Poetic Entertainment, Najah B. Najah Productions and Southern Fresh Kitchen present “Easy Like Sunday: A Pre-Valentine’s Day Brunch Party”! Come relax your mind, wine and dine, spend some easy Sunday time as we get together for a pre-Valentine’s gathering full of food, wine, vendors and song! As you sip on offerings from Sangria Sangria and enjoy the scrumptious selections of Southern Fresh Kitchen, you will be able to support a variety of creative vendors who will be bringing their wares. Chuck the Mad Ox will provide the musical setting, and the afternoon will be infused with the eclectic sounds of Reina Williams! Baltimore native Reina Williams uses her voice and innate penchant for lyricism to tap into the lightest and darkest parts of being human. Right now, we are all in extreme need of real connection—connection with the planet, with each other, and most importantly with our inner selves. Music has a beautiful way of slipping through the cracks in our armor and reaching the most familiar parts of our humanity. Reina’s music is like a soundtrack for healing, revealing, struggle, self-discovery, and returning to love. Tickets include brunch.
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Jazz One presents Jazz For Lovers in honor of Valentine’s Day
5PM – 9PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Music will be featured from the jazz repertoire reflective of love and romance along with an original composition.
Glenn Angus, violin
Nucleo Vega, drums
James Meyer, guitar
Phil Ravita, bass
Advance Tickets: $20 couple/$15 individual/$10 full-time student with ID. At door: $23 couple/$18 individual/$10 full-time student with ID.

Looking for Love at The Crown NUNS/Morning Banana Diet/Dwellingville/Maklin Spliffworthy/Max Muffler
8PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Come feel the love with a glorious lineup of tunesmiths, featuring:
Max Muffler (Soothing noodly mastery)
Maklin Spliffworthy (An experimental human performance, spoken and then not so)
Dwellingville (Guitar swirls, the warmth of distortion, cosmic chanting)
Morning Banana Diet (Post-avant prog punk from scary spazzy space kids)
NUNS (The love of guitars, the love of guitar pedals, lots of sweat)
Don’t just sit around those same four walls, come out and mingle with Baltimore’s hottest singles for a terrific night of shredding, abedding, and of course booze.

GALentines Day Brunch!
11:30AM – 3PM
Fells Point Tavern
1606 Thames Street, Baltimore
Ladies, leave your man at home, cuz’ its 11:30 and brunch is gonna be bumpin’ bumpin’. Snag all your nice & nasty women and come celebrate your women hood with your favorite gals! Bottomless drinks, provided by the handsome bartenders & staff of Fells Point Tavern.
Special Brunch Menu will be provided for the event including:
– Bottomless mimosas, bloodys, natty bohs, and a surprise beverage!
– Goodie Bags (oh lala) for parties recieving the prefixed menu&bottomless option
Donations for the event will be given to the charity of your Galentine’s Day Group Choice! Celebrate with us, and enjoy soaking up eachothers awesomeness! *Reservations recommended* EVERYONE IS WELCOME! (Yes that means gents as well)

A Broadway Valentine
6:30PM – 8PM
Baltimore Musicales
5802 Roland Ave, Baltimore
Join the singers of Baltimore Musicales for an hour of unforgettable tunes from Guys and Dolls, The King and I, South Pacific and more. Featuring sopranos Keely Bosworth Borland and Thea Tullman Moore, tenor Joseph Regan, bass-baritone Jarrod Lee, and pianist Patricia McKewen Amato. Experience “performers with easy, conversational rapport with their audience, stage presence and exquisite voices” in a “diverse and energetic program” (Baltimore Messenger), and join the artists for a wine reception after the performance.
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Flower Crown Workshop + Photo Session
2PM – 4PM
Bird in Hand
11 E 33rd St, Baltimore
Flower crowns are a beautifully unique way to add gorgeous color and a charming natural accessory to your look! Grab your best gal pals to spend the afternoon as Mallory of Everyday Rosé Events instructs you how to make one of your own crowns, and Naomi of Urban Row Photography documents the creativity and fun you’ll have in Charles Village’s newest cafe!
Ticket includes:
-All materials, flowers, and foliage to create your very own unique fresh flower crown
-Receive candid, gorgeous, professional photos of yourself and your girlfriends from Urban Row Photography. All attendees will receive a link with the high-resolution photos within 2 weeks of the event.
-Two glasses of rosé
Event will last approximately 2-2.5 hours. Space is limited. Ticket sales close at 12pm on Thursday, February 9th. Questions? Please email us at

Make . Do Pop-Up Series: The Local Oyster
5PM – 9PM
Maggie’s Farm
4341 Harford Rd, Baltimore
The Local Oyster started as a one-man traveling oyster bar! Since 2013, the business has grown into a true force. Now stationed in the Mt. Vernon Marketplace, they continue to appear at major events, private parties and pop-up events like this! This four-course event is a rare showcase at Maggie’s Farm! Celebrate an early Valentine’s Day — or your love of fresh local seafood! Reservations are recommended!


– Lindsey

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