Things to do in Baltimore this week 2/4/19

It feels like a heatwave after the weather we had last week. I’m ready to get back out and enjoy Baltimore. On Monday The Alexander Brown Restaurant opens so you know I already have a reservation. The rest of the week I’m super busy with work. On Saturday I’m attending Midwinter Midway: A Submersive Soiree at The Peale Center. Submersive knows how to throw a party plus I love a good excuse to wear a costume. On Sunday I’m attending Dinner at foraged. Farm to Table with wines of Burgundy with The Wine and Food Society of Baltimore. I’ve been looking forward to this dinner since it was announced because Foraged is one of my favorite restaurants. If you haven’t filled your week up with exciting plans you should check out Everything is Wonderful at Everyman Theatre. I saw it on Opening Night and it was AMAZING! You don’t want to miss out!

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Monday, February 4

Old Major Game Night
6PM – 12AM
Old Major
900 S. Carey St, Baltimore
Every Monday is Game Night at Old Major! Play one of our many games or bring your own. Our collection includes Monopoly, Apples to Apples, Connect Four, Joking Hazard, Trivial Pursuit, Jenga and many more! Bring friends or come solo. Food and drink specials run all night!

FWM$ Industry Comedy Night
7PM – 10PM
El Bufalo Tequila Bar & Kitchen
2921 O’Donnell St, Baltimore
We’ve been rolling here at FWM$! GET READY to get the comedy remedy at FWM$ Industry Comedy Night! Brought to you by FWM$ and El Bufalo! Being in the industry here at FWM$, we had NO freaking idea how many people say they work on a Tuesday. So we decided to put it on a Monday, juuuuuust to see some of your BEAUTIFUL faces and we can celebrate our “industry Friday” together! What is Industry Comedy Night? It’s a night of comedians, many from the restaurant and bar industry, recalling their experiences through the most honest and funny jokes! You WON’T want to miss this! FWM$ brings HILARIOUS and relatable content, industry people will NOT see a dull moment!! This show isn’t for the faint at heart, either, so bring your thick skin! SERVICE INDUSTRY ROCKSTARS ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND! However ALL are welcome! $13

Monday Django Jazz Jam
7PM – 10PM
Avenue Kitchen & Bar
911 w 36th Street, Baltimore
Acoustic Django Reinhardt style jam session led by Hot Club of Baltimore! No cover!

Teavolve Open Mic w Eric Scott
7PM – 10PM
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
The Teavolve open mic happens every Monday barring flooding or alien assault. Signup starts at 6pm, performances roll from 7-10pm. In deference to the venue we keep things PG-13 & in deference to getting everyone on the stage – no amps, drumkits, 2 pieces or 10 minutes whichever’s shorter. If you need a special cable, bring the special cable (I can receive thy 1/4″ & XLR, anything else you best bring an adapter!) Most weeks we’re joined by a special featured artist in the middle of the night and though admission’s free, we hope you’ll bring a little something for their tip jar! Tonight we’ve got DC area singer/songwriter bass playing BEAST Eric Scott.

Monday Night Studio Sessions feat. Tracy Hamlin
7PM – 12AM
The Rockwell
702 S Broadway, Baltimore
Every 1st Monday at The Rockwell, TEDDY DOUGLAS, DJ TANZ, PERCUSSIONIST DAVON MCCOY with CHARLES DOCKINS BLEND TALENTS with MUSICIANS, SINGERS, AND VARIOUS ARTISTS. Every month we bring you a Music Industry vibe with a twist. It’s organic .. Art meets live music conducted by the Dj to give YOU The “MOST INCREDIBLE DANCE EXPERIENCE on a Monday with Complimentary Buffet, Drink Specials, Visual Arts, and a Wooden Dance Floor.
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Impropourri: Bring Your Own Troupe Show!
7:30PM – 9PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
FREE SHOW. Almost every Monday night, we throw our doors open for any troupe that wants to come and play. Bring a troupe, put your troupe’s name in the blue bucket, and you’re part of the show. Or, come by your self, and we’ll try to team you up with other players. See you here! Free!

Beat the Brewers Trivia – Hysteria
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Brewer’s Cask
1236 Light St, Baltimore
Casual trivia with guests Hysteria Brewing Co providing some fantastic brews.

Violin Extravaganza!
7:30PM – 10:30PM
Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall
1 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Sylvia Adalman Chamber Series featuring: Keng-Yuen Tseng, violin; Qing Li, violin; Bin Huang, violin; and Chelsea Wang, piano. Louis Spohr: Grand Duo Concertante, Op. 67, No. 2. Jean-Marie Leclair: Sonata for Two Violins, Op. 3, No. 5. Pablo de Sarasate: Navarra for Two Violins and Piano. John Philip Sousa (arr. Dukov): Stars and Stripes Forever. George Frideric Handel (arr. Halvorsen/Heifetz): Passacaglia. Moritz Moszkowski: Suite for Two Violins and Piano, Op. 71. Hubert Léonard: Sérènade humoristique à l’espagnole.
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RYE Takes Over Vida!
9PM – 1AM
Vida Taco Bar Harbor Point
1401 Point Street, Baltimore
The 1st Monday of each month, Vida Taco Bar invites a local Baltimore restaurant to takeover our kitchen and bar for Industry Night! $10 Cover at the door pays for all you can eat and money goes to No Kid Hungry and C.O.R.E.! $7 Cocktails made by some of the best bartenders in the city! Monday, February 4th RYE BAR is taking over! Legendary bartender Perez Klebahn will be behind the bar and Executive Chef Cy Keefer will assume command of the kitchen! Cocktails featuring American Born Moonshine and Dulce Vida Tequila! The always awesome DJ Mom Jeans will be spinning old school vinyl!

Tuesday, February 5

February is for BINGO
6PM – 9PM
One World Cafe
100 West University Parkway, Baltimore
FEBRUARY IS FOR BINGO. Stop in and play FREE BINGO with us on the 5th. Prizes will be given for all winners. We will have $6.00 Burritos and Quesadillas. Chris will be pouring $3.50 Margaritas. Join the party.

Ghost Atlas + Landon Tewers, Fadest, Faceless Ones at Metro
6PM – ?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Featuring Ghost Atlas + Landon TewersFadest, and Faceless Ones.
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Valentine’s Printmaking Workshop
6:30PM – 9:30PM
Night Owl Gallery
248 South Conkling Street #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.We will be learn a new craft and create printed masterpieces and take-home linoleum blocks for future use! First, we’ll get a demonstration of how to work with the tools and materials used in creating these one-of-a-kind prints. We’ll pick out or sketch our designs. We’ll then transfer our designs on to our blocks. Next, we will test out our new skills on a small tester block. After getting a feel for the tools, we’ll carve up a 4″ x 6″ linoleum block fit for creating our masterpieces. Samples will be available for inspiration and our stencils can be used for you to create unique art – or bring your own designs and ideas! After creating our linocuts, we’ll break out the ink and specialized rollers and get to printing! Different shades of red and black and white cards and inks will be available to keep with the theme. As part of this class, you will receive a take-home linoleum block for you to create your own ‘mini printing presses’, use of all materials to create these blocks, and 10 quality cards and ink to print your beautiful Valentine’s! Aprons and gloves will be available. It’s a good idea to wear clothes that you may not mind getting ink on.
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Wine Dinner with Forlorn Hope
7PM – 10PM
Rye Street Tavern
13 Rye Street, Baltimore
On Tuesday, February 5th, Rye Street Tavern will host an intimate wine dinner with Forlorn Hope Wines. Hosted by winemaker Matthew Rorick, the evening will include a special four-course dinner with custom wine pairings. $115/pp
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Southwest Baltimore Ukulele Gathering
7PM – 8:30PM
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church
4711 Edmondson Ave, Baltimore
Join other area ukulele players and singers for some music making fun and learning. Beginners welcome and encouraged! Other instruments and singers welcome too! We meet on the first Tuesday of every month in the Parish Hall at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church. If you own a copy of The Daily Ukulele Book (yellow) bring it along, if not, no worries, we love to share. We have added the 40 Easy Songs For Ukulele pdf and also play from charts provided. $5 suggested donation. Door Prize (a new set of strings with a restringing lesson included, a free 30 minute lesson, gift certificate, etc.) drawn every month.

Backbar Movies | Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix (2007)
7PM – 10PM
Paulie Gee’s Backbar
3537 Chestnut Avenue, Baltimore
Twofer Drink Specials & Food Specials From 5pm to Close! Movie night specials available in back bar only. No children under age 12 allowed in the back bar.

Tuesday Elements
7PM – 11PM
Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Monthly FREE recurring event, first Tuesdays. Hosted by Black Root and Grey Matter, the monthly first Tuesday “Elements” is an open cypher for DJs, B-Boys, Emcees and Graffiti/Visual Artists; all the elements of hip hop culture. Come experiment, learn about the hip hop community, and mix with a range of culture makers.

Tuesday Night Trivia at Wicked Sisters
7PM – ?
Wicked Sisters 
3845 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Ours is an independent Trivia game written by a huge Trivia fan specifically for our venue and our audience…. The hope is that the game each week will be both ‘Fun & Fair’. Not too many ‘gimmes’ and hopefully very few questions that are blind guesses. In addition to a fun and challenging game, we have all the usual offerings you’d expect at a top Trivia night such as excellent food and drink specials(1/2 price wine night), and a prize for the winning team. We even have a prize for the highest finishing ‘small’ team, so it’s good for groups of all sizes! There is always an OPEN INVITE to anyone who would like to join us so hope to see you there!

Harold Night at BIG
7:30PM – 9PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Every Tuesday night, check out BIG house performers as they rock the classic long-form improv format known as The Harold. Three of BIG’s six Conservatory teams will take the stage every week to blow. your. ever-loving. minds. All BIG Shows are FREE! But please reserve so we know you’re coming!

Charm City Trivia Tuesdays
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Full Tilt Brewing
5604 York Road, Baltimore
Come join us as we welcome Charm City Trivia to our Fully Tilted family. Every Tuesday will will have them in-house orchestrating some of the best trivia in the city. Beer, gift certificates, merch, etc… who knows what you could bring home with you from week to week if your team comes out on top. Come find out with us.

Brandon Woody Upendo Monthly Series
8PM & 9:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Brandon Woody has been playing classical and jazz trumpet for 11 years now and composing for 6 years now. He is an alumni of the 2016-2017 Brubeck Institute Quintet , which is a full scholarship Jazz program in california that only accepts 5 people every 1-3 years and now attends the Manhattan school of music on a full ride. Brandon recently opened up for the Newport Jazz Festival, and performed in the Danilo Perez Band.Brandon works for the New Jersey Performance Arts Center currently teaching middle school and high school kids in the James Moody Jazz Orchestra with Mark Gross. Brandon leads his own group under the name of Upendo, which means love in Swahili.  Brandon will be going on tour to Japan this summer with Vincent Herring.
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LIT-erature Tuesdays
8PM – 10PM
Old Major
900 S. Carey St, Baltimore
Lit Tuesdays is every 2nd and 4th Tuesday and held at Old Major in Pigtown Baltimore. It is a platform dedicated to showcasing authors! This week we will have Kondwani Fidel!

Extra Credit: An Improv JAM!
9PM – 10PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
BIG presents a free Tuesday night Improv Jam! The jam is geared towards improv students of any level getting some extra (credit) stage time! No need to sign up in advance, just swing by The BIG Theater. We’ll welcome you! Then stick around for the regularly scheduled Conservatory show! Free!

Wednesday, February 6

Wednesday Open Studio at Local Color Flowers!
4:30PM – 8PM
Local Color Flowers
3100 Brentwood Avenue, Baltimore
Drumroll please! By popular demand…Open Studio will now be offered EVERY Wednesday night starting May 2nd from 4:30-8PM!!! What!? For those of you who have not yet been to Open Studio, the model is simple. Come by during the open hours. Choose from loads of amazing locally grown flowers, make something in your own vase or choose one of ours. Pay for what you make. No need to RSVP, just come on by! Bring friends (adults only please), canned Rose and snacks. Enjoy a night relaxing and getting creative with flowers. Make it your weekly routine!

Menu Dègustation
5PM – 9PM
Chez Hugo Bistro
206 E. Redwood St., Baltimore
Every Wednesday and Thursday Chez Hugo will offer its “Menu Dègustation”. This tasting menu will be $85 per person and $10 will go towards youth education in Baltimore (more details to come). At the end of 2019, we will host a final event to celebrate the support generated by our diners towards this important cause. Please call or email the restaurant to reserve this experience, as there are a limited number of special menus available each night. (443)-438-3002  bonjour@chezhugobistro.com

D Convo #98: Digital Equity and Connectivity
5:30PM – 8PM
Showroom Bar
120 W North Avenue, Baltimore
Access to information and knowledge is a building block of democracy. Baltimoreans deserve, but do not have, equitable digital access and inclusion – to connect to each other, to services, to resources, to employment. What role might design communities play in pursuit of digital equity? What local efforts are shifting the current status quo? How can designers and planners include digital equity principles in their work? Join Amalia Deloney, Program Director (Media Democracy Fund), Terrell Williams, Organizer (BUILD), Carly Wais, Tech Exchange Fellow (Libraries Without Borders), Lo Smith, Tech Exchange Fellow (Enoch Pratt Free Library) and others as we explore digital connectivity in Baltimore and discuss approaches and design solutions to address digital inequity.

Jazz Wednesdays – Justin Taylor Jazz Duo
6PM – 9PM
Sotto Sopra Restaurant
405 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us for dinner and enjoy the sounds from the Justin Taylor duo – keyboards and saxophone for unique and toe tapping sounds. Pianist Justin Taylor is a graduate from Towson University with a Bachelor of Music in Jazz studies. The young pianist has established himself firmly in the Baltimore scene, blending gospel, R&B, and pop with a traditional jazz sensibility.  Saxophonist and trumpeter, Clarence H. Ward III, pours heart and complex emotion into the fiber of his sound. From the minute you hear the crisp, agile wail of his trumpet, or the playful sincerity of his sax you are frozen, caught in a snare of hope and honesty until he decides he has said his piece.

Drag Bingo at The Charles
7PM – 10PM
The Charles Baltimore
1110 South Charles Street, Baltimore
This is NOT your grandma’s bingo. Charlie’s very own angel, Washington Heights, will be hosting the most entertaining event to grace your calendar on a Wednesday. Drag Bingo will include 6 rounds of BINGO broken up with performances, competitions, and witty dialogue. Balls drop at 7:30pm, but we suggest arriving early to take advantage of our delicious Brinner menu. Eat It! As a side pairing for a lite Washington Height’s roast, the Charles’ will be serving BOTTOMLESS Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, Sangria, and Orange Crushes for $15! We promise to deliver a night of irreverent humor, campy antics, and amazing prizes.If you can’t love Drag Bingo, how the hell are you going to love Wednesdays?

Walsh’s Wednesday Trivia at Mick O’Shea’s
7PM – 9:30PM
Mick O’Sheas Irish Pub
328 N Charles St, Baltimore
Walsh is bringing his long running and popular Trivia Night to his favorite Irish Pub! Join us at Mick O’Sheas Irish Pub on Wednesday, October 24th to play Baltimore’s best independent Trivia game. It’s burger and pint night and we’ll be playing Trivia at the bar from 7pm. Trivia is free to play, and we can guarantee a fun and challenging game for team’s of up to 8 ppl.

Everything is Wonderful
Jan 29 – Feb 24, Wed & Thr 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore
When an Amish couple’s two sons are killed in a car accident, the family struggles to maintain their faith and cling to their way of life. In an act of unfathomable forgiveness, they take in Eric, the wayward young driver of the car. But Eric’s mistake cracks open the family’s dark history and brings home their eldest daughter, Miri, who was excommunicated five years earlier. Miri returns to find her family in shambles, the man who killed her brothers living in the barn, and the man who drove her away intent upon marrying her younger sister. Without a way forward, this insular community must seek to heal the deep wounds of the past, forcing everyone into a new kind of reckoning. By Chelsea Marcantel and Directed by Noah Himmelstein.
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Author Event // Antero Pietila
7PM – 8PM
Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins Bookstore
3330 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Please join us for a book signing & discussion with Antero Pietila of the Baltimore Sun! He will be joining us to discuss and sign copies of his hard-hitting book about the legendary abolitionist, Johns Hopkins – THE GHOSTS OF JOHNS HOPKINS.

Tetrarch, Seventh Seal, Inoculum, From A Nightmare
7PM – ?
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Tetrarch is coming to Baltimore on their “the twisted dreams tour” so come and rock the Hell out with Baltimore’s finest in melodic/nu/core metal! Featuring: Tetrarch, Seventh Seal, Inoculum, and From A Nightmare.
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Watching X Files With No Lights On
7PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Previously on watching X Files With No Lights On we watched The Pilot, Deep Throat, and Fallen Angel. If you missed last month’s Watching X Files With No Lights On there will be X Files available with recaps of what previously happened so you can jump in at any time. This month on Watching X Files With No Lights On we will be watching three alien conspiracy centric X Files episodes from season 1. They are: Beyond the Sea, E.B.E., and The Erlenmyer Flask. Between each episode there will be a break for a classroom style discussion between the audience, local x files aficionado Erika Thomas, local comedian and man about town Jesse Yaunch Cumor, and a special guest who was just determined to be local comedian and leader of cover bands, Mike Moran.

Club 1727: An Open Musical Improv Jam
7PM – 8PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
FREE! Learn to create lyrics in the moment using musical improv games and song formats in a fun and supportive environment. No music background or musical improv experience necessary. Led by indie musical improv comedy troupe Bad Karaoke Experience. Bring your voice and learn the joy of making up songs in the moment at the speed of fun. Open musical improv comedy practice in The BIG Theater. The first Monday of every month.

BINGO
7:30PM – 9PM
Park Bench Pub
1749 Belt Street, Baltimore
Join us for BINGO every Wednesday, starting at 7:30. $6 Flatbread all night. Lots of fun and great prizes!

VetArts Connect: Veterans Telling Stories
7:30PM – 9PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Creative oral storytelling navigation for Veterans with storytelling exercises that culminate in a public gathering performance at Creative Alliance. This includes exploration of storytelling beginnings and endings, story transitions, and overall flow. This is achieved through storytelling practice and feedback in a workshop environment. VetArts Connect is an initiative of The Institute for Integrative Health.  Free to all veterans, any age, gender, race or branch of service and active duty Military personnel (not for general public)
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Trivia Night!
8PM – 10PM
Red Star Bar Grill
9 E 33rd St, Baltimore
Come join us for Trivia Night hosted by AMACulate Entertainment. Drink specials for players in addition to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes! $8 over 21 / $10 under 21

Salsa y Bachata Wednesdays
8PM – 12AM
Sangria Patio Bar
930 North Charles Street, Baltimore
From Baltimore’s premier annual social dance event – the Baltimore Congress, and Baltimore’s fabulous Latin Dance Company Sentimento, we bring you a weekly night of dance lessons, and social dancing. Situated right in the heart of Mr Vernon, right down the street from the Washington Monument is where it all goes down with tasty food, refreshing beverages. invigorating music, and alluring dances. Dance Lessons with Raj More $5 per class // 8:00 PM Bachata // 8:45 PM Salsa. Dance with DJ Raj starting 9:30.

Copper Marmalade w/ Property Brothers, Mark Lousy and MORE
8PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
RED ROOM! 18 UP – 8PM – $5 Cover

Boy Harsher w/ Nghtcrwlr and Aertex at Metro Gallery
8PM – ?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Featuring : Boy Harsher, Nghtcrwlr, and Aertex. Show 9pm, All ages $12 adv/$14 dos
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Harold! The Musical
8:30PM – 9:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Come see the classic Harold improv format performed as a musical with big opening and closing numbers, scenes and songs, and musical group games. All music and scenes are made up on the spot. “Harold! The Musical” is part of The BIG Lab – Every Wednesday night our comedy scientists take their newest experiments to the stage for further testing. The results may be explosive. All BIG Shows are FREE! But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Thursday, February 7

Free First Thursday Admission & Tours
10AM – 5PM
Maryland Historical Society
201 W Monument St, Baltimore
Visit our museum for FREE and this month take a Civil Rights Tour at 1 p.m., as well as a Collection Highlights Tour at 11 a.m. Groups of 10 or more people must book a tour ahead of time.
11 am: Collection Highlights Tour – Explore the galleries with a member of our staff, hear the stories behind the artifacts on display and learn about Maryland’s rich history.
1 pm: Civil Rights Tour – From speaking out against the institution of slavery to fighting for equal rights, Marylanders have long played a role in the growth of Civil Rights for African Americans. In the spirit of Black History Month, come join us for a special highlights tour that tells Maryland’s Civil Rights story. Some of the highlights that will be seen will be an autographed cabinet card of Frederick Douglass, the Paul Henderson Photograph Collection, the story, and items of the 4th United States Colored Troops, and much more!

2019 Motor Trend International Auto Show Baltimore
Feb 7: noon – 9 p.m. Feb 8 and 9: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Feb 10: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Baltimore Convention Center
One West Pratt Street, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
500 shiny new cars, trucks, crossovers and SUVs will be waiting when the 2019 Motor Trend Auto Show in Baltimore opens its doors, Thursday, February 7 at the Baltimore Convention Center. If you’re looking to buy a new ride in 2019, the Auto Show is the best
place to start, with an incredible array of models to check out in a no-pressure environment. Kick the tires, adjust the rearview, put the seat back – then get on the road with a test drive. By the end of your visit, you’ll be ready to visit the dealership with
confidence! Bring the whole family – kids under 12 years of age get in free. Outlandishly pricey dream cars from the likes of Lamborghini, Bentley and McLaren in the DuPont Registry display. High-end cars courtesy of Euro Auto Group. Tricked out, modded, and customized rides from expert gearheads at the Livewire Custom Showcase.
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Dollar Local Oysters
5PM – 12AM
Dylan’s Oyster Cellar
3601 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore
Great Rappahannock Oysters are $1 ALL NIGHT or until they run out.  Don’t forget to tip your shuckers!

Menu Dègustation
5PM – 9PM
Chez Hugo Bistro
206 E. Redwood St., Baltimore
Every Wednesday and Thursday Chez Hugo will offer its “Menu Dègustation”. This tasting menu will be $85 per person and $10 will go towards youth education in Baltimore (more details to come). At the end of 2019, we will host a final event to celebrate the support generated by our diners towards this important cause. Please call or email the restaurant to reserve this experience, as there are a limited number of special menus available each night. (443)-438-3002  bonjour@chezhugobistro.com

BIKE LOVE: Bikemore’s Valentine’s Day Bash!
6PM – 8PM
Wet City
223 W Chase St, Baltimore
The 2nd Annual Bike Love is a party dedicated to loving your bike, your friends who bike, your bike lane, your bike advocacy organization, and your bike friendly political leaders! Join us for a drink, get to know the Bikemore team, and meet lots of other people who share your love for biking. To help you show your love, we’ll be making Valentine’s for elected officials! Plus, we’ll have a raffle with gift cards and goodies from Baltimore Bicycle Works, Becca & Mars, Charm City Meadworks, Charmington’s, Colab Baltimore, Hill Killer, Holdfast, Mount Royal Soap Co., Peabody Heights Brewery, LLC, PTAP Designs, Race Pace Bicycles, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and more, with all proceeds benefiting Bikemore! And a drink special with a portion of proceeds benefiting Bikemore thanks to Wet City. Free to attend / Pay for drinks

Board Game Night & Keyforge Thursdays!
6PM – 10PM
No Land Beyond
1825 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
Every Thursday No Land Beyond hosts Board Game Night! There is no cover and you and your friends will have free access to our ever growing games library all night. For a full list of games check out our website. If you like a game in the library or want a game that we don’t have let us know and we can order a copy for you to purchase as we also sell games. We also accept game donations for our library, bring them by anytime we’re open. In addition to open gaming and learn to play sessions on Thursdays at No Land Beyond we’ve also been hosting local game creators to showcase and play-test their latest games! Do you have a game that you’re working on that could use an audience to try out, break, and offer feedback on? Get in touch with us at nolandbaltimore@gmail.com to let us know about your game so we can set something up with you. We also encourage local RPG groups to get in touch with us about hosting play sessions at our space.

Time Travel Tours at the Peale
Jan 4-Mar 3, Time slots starting at Thu 6PM, Fr-Sat 12PM, Sun 3PM
The Peale Center
225 N Holliday St, Baltimore
After receiving detailed plans from future time travelers, the Peale has completed construction on a 200-year time machine, which works by opening a portal into the past. We now offer guided Time Travel Tours to Rembrandt Peale’s study in the year 1819. Tours are currently led by David London, who will accompany you on your journey, and illuminate the many wonders that await you inside.
There are several Time Travel Tour options for your to choose from:
FULL-LENGTH THU-SUN – Each 90-minute tour includes the history of the Peale family and their museums, an introduction to our Time Machine, and up to 50 minutes of actual Time Travel! Guests first must work to activate the Time Machine, before stepping back in time to 1819.
FRIDAY LUNCHTIME NOON – 1PM – Need a quick escape? After a brief overview of our time machine, enjoy a quick reprieve from your workday by traveling back in time. When you return, you will be one-hour closer to the weekend!
SUNDAY TEA TIME 3PM – 5PM – Enjoy all the perks of our full-length Time Travel Tours, but spend an additional 30 minutes in Rembrandt Peale’s studio to enjoy tea, crackers, cookies, jokes, and a brief magic performance. Your ticket includes a contribution to our “Pay It Backwards” campaign.
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Sip & Shine: An After-Hours Experience
6PM – 9PM
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Join us for an after-hours experience with wine, scavenger hunt, and workshop! Explore and discover our current mega-exhibit, “Parenting: An Art without a Manual” via a fun scavenger hunt. Then, stay for a hands-on make-and-take activity. Wine & snacks served! Get ready to dig through our treasure trove of all things sparkly and create a one-of-a-kind MOSAIC MAGNET! All supplies and inspiration provided. Bring a friend or two! Participants must be 21 or older. $35 general public, $30 museum members. Space is limited.
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Under the Tuscan Sun
6PM – 8PM
Bin 604
604 South Exeter Street, Baltimore
Ahhhh, Tuscany. Rollings Hills, a Renaissance sun, Chianti and Montalcino. Join us as we take a tour through the regional wines of Italy’s most picturesque landscape. Sorry, pasta not included! Tickets are $10 with a $5 credit toward featured wines.
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Thread Coffee / Red Emma’s Happy Hour
6PM – 8PM
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse
1225 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Thread Coffee and Red Emma’s are bringing your a joint happy hour! Come through for cocktail and cafe specials featuring Thread coffee, hear about what Thread is up to this year, and revel in the cooperative coffee camaraderie!

Thursday Night Jazz
6PM – 9PM
Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats
24 W Franklin St, Baltimore
Join us for free Jazz at Poets Modern Cocktails & Eats at the Hotel Indigo Baltimore. Enjoy dinner and cocktails with the entertainment of live jazz by John Thomas and friends. Free with purchase of an entree. Self Parking is Free with the purchase of an entree at the 15 West Franklin Street Garage.

Mondo Baltimore – Dream Stalker
7PM – 11PM
Mondo Baltimore
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Hosted By: Billy Scream Williams & Dad Ghost! FREE with karaoke after the flicks!
7PM – IT WAS ONLY A DREAM A bizarro dream sequence clip show!
8PM – DREAM STALKER (1991)After her motocross racing, mullet sporting boyfriend is killed, Brittney finds herself haunted by visions of her dead lover. These visions are brushed off at first and she is encouraged to move on, but the nightmares simply won’t end.

Tavo Carbone | An Experimental Pop, Folk, Punk, Dub Concert
7PM – 8PM
Hotel RL (Baltimore)
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
NARCISSYPHUS is a return to ‘straight-ahead’ songwriting for Tavo and his most confident artistic work to date. The album traverses a broad spectrum of musical genres while retaining a fluid, distinct and honed dialect — mutating contemporary Pop with musical elements of Experimental, Folk, Punk, Dub, Chamber and even aspects of ‘Hype-Hop’ as a verbally engaging and architecturally elaborate body of produced work. The LP prominently features landscapes of cello played by longtime collaborator Adele Mori, plus piano by Allen Shawn for the Charles Ives cover Like a Sick Eagle. Containing 10 songs the album finds Tavo playing a multitude of instruments (guitar, bass, ukulele, piano, organs, mellotron, samplers, accordion and percussion that includes power drill, cheese grater, house keys and a dog leash), harking back to early 4-track machine recordings but unabashedly embracing the limitless palette of contemporary expression in a digital era. This 10 song L.P. explores the transitory themes of home, identity, family, colonization, and social disintegration via spiritual corrosion in modern-day corporate America. FREE!

Thursday Night Trivia – February 2019 Edition
7PM – 9:30PM
Peabody Heights Brewery, LLC
401 E 30th St, Baltimore
Come join us for the latest installment of pretentious, contentious and occasionally tendentious minutia fetishism with an edge. Fun will had by all, prizes will be won by some.

Turtles: First and Third Cinema Series
7PM – 9PM
Charm City Meadworks
400 East Biddle St., Baltimore
On the first, third, and fifth Thursday of each month, Charm City Meadworks will screen the first, third, and fifth movie in a series. For January, we’ll be showing:
January 03: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)
January 17: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III (1993)
January 31: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016)

Jim Gaffigan: Quality Time Tour
Feb 7 at 7PM, Feb 8 at 7PM & 9:30PM
The Modell Lyric
140 W. Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore
Jim Gaffigan is a three-time Grammy nominated comedian, actor, writer, producer, two-time New York Times best-selling author, Emmy winning top touring performer, and multi-platinum-selling recording artist. He is known around the world for his unique brand of humor, which largely revolves around his observations on life. In addition to two seasons of the semi-fictitious Jim Gaffigan Show, which he wrote and produced with his wife Jeannie, and his widely popular stand-up comedy specials, Gaffigan has guest starred on many television comedies and dramas, ranging from Portlandia and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to HBO’s cult hits Flight of the Concords and Bored to Death to dramatic roles in Law & Order.
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Valentine’s Day Cocktail Class
7PM – 10PM
AJ’s on Hanover
1500 South Hanover Street, Baltimore
Come join us for our first cocktail mixology class on February 7th from 7-10 on our second floor. Ticket includes four cocktails and three course light fare. There is a lot of booze flowing so please plan accordingly. This event includes a tutorial of three intricate cocktails and a make your own fourth Valentine’s Day inspired cocktail.
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Everything is Wonderful
Jan 29 – Feb 24, Wed & Thr 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore
When an Amish couple’s two sons are killed in a car accident, the family struggles to maintain their faith and cling to their way of life. In an act of unfathomable forgiveness, they take in Eric, the wayward young driver of the car. But Eric’s mistake cracks open the family’s dark history and brings home their eldest daughter, Miri, who was excommunicated five years earlier. Miri returns to find her family in shambles, the man who killed her brothers living in the barn, and the man who drove her away intent upon marrying her younger sister. Without a way forward, this insular community must seek to heal the deep wounds of the past, forcing everyone into a new kind of reckoning. By Chelsea Marcantel and Directed by Noah Himmelstein.
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Zach Redler: The Falling and the Rising
Feb 7-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 3PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
Peabody Chamber Opera: Samuel Mungo, stage director
Peabody Chamber Opera Orchestra: JoAnn Kulesza, conductor
Zach Redler: The Falling and the Rising is a poignant story reminds us that the military is a microcosm of the culture at large. The Falling and the Rising, by Zach Redler, tells of a young soldier and mother as she struggles through injury.
$25 adults, $15 seniors, $10 students
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Giacomo Puccini: Il Trittico
Feb 7-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 4PM
Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall
1 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Garnett Bruce, stage director. Peabody Opera Theatre Orchestra: Joseph Young, conductor Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Artistic Director of Ensembles. Giacomo Puccini’s trilogy Il Trittico features the antics of Gianni Schicchi – a cunning character stripped from Dante’s Inferno –alongside two other stories of tragic, jealous love (Il Tabarro) and poignant grief (Suor Angelica).
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XJAM
7:30PM – 8:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
XJAM is a monthly improv jam for women and other gender minorities in improv, hosted by the Baltimore Improv Group. If you’re an improv newbie or a seasoned performer, come on out and play! And stick around for The Peeps Show at 8:30!

Open Mic: Stand-Up in Lenny’s Lobby
7:30PM – 8:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
This is your chance to get up and tell jokes- no experience necessary. This is part one of a two-part show. Come to this open mic and try out five minutes or less of material. At an upcoming show, we will select a few performers to do their set…. and then do improv off of it! Hosted by Beth Haydon.

Howzit, I remain a psychotic killer, Chumps, Urban Crater!
8PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Featuring: HOWZIT (PA), I REMAIN A PSYCHOTIC KILLER.URBAN CRATER, and  CHUMPS. Doors @ 8 // First band @ 8:30. $8 over 21 // $10 under 21 or no ID

Comedy Night: Sasheer Zamata w/ Natalie McGill
8PM – 10:30PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Sasheer Zamata is a comedian, actress and writer. She was a cast member on Saturday Night Live, and has appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and This American Life. She serves as ACLU’s Celebrity Ambassador for Women’s Rights. She hosts a live variety show called Sasheer Zamata Party Time, and you can watch her standup special Pizza Mind on Amazon Prime and Starz, and listen to it on iTunes and Spotify. $20, $17 MEMBERS (+$3 At the door)
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Brett Burnham and Matt Taylor – Art Opening at Metro Gallery
8PM – ?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Brett Burnham and Matt Taylor are both respected tattoo artists based in Baltimore, MD. They have both been tattooing for well over a decade in the Baltimore area. These works of art aren’t primarily centered around plants and animals, although both are a direct influence on their work, both in tattooing as well as in their drawings and paintings. These pieces are a current retrospective of their works which have been shown in several galleries in Baltimore, and across the country. Each of the artists can be found on social media via Instagram @brettburnham and @fireaway . The pieces will all be for sale, as well as prints from both artists.
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HEY YOU, COME BACK IV: Form & Content
8PM – 10PM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Brave the wintry mix and warm up at The Crown with a beer and some sweet expression. Then stick around for the “dark disco wax goodness” at Disco Computer. right after. Sounds like a solid, balanced Thursday night to us. Our readers this month will be Jacob Budenz, Chris Childers, and Kathy Flann.

Ben Rosenblum Trio
8PM & 9:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Award-winning jazz pianist, composer and accordionist Ben Rosenblum has been described as “mature beyond his years,” an “impressive talent”, who “caresses [the music] with the reverence it merits”. An internationally-touring bandleader, Rosenblum has performed with his trio throughout the United States, including extensive tours of the Northeast, Midwest and West Coast, as well as in Canada and Japan. He was a featured soloist at Carnegie Hall’s Stern-Perelman Auditorium with Maestro Reona Ito’s New York Harmonic Band, and has appeared at numerous prestigious venues throughout the world.
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Bubbles & Bomboloni
8PM – 10PM
Sagamore Pendry Baltimore
1715 Thames Street, Baltimore
Join us in our Lounge every Thursday from 8-10pm for Bubbles and Bomboloni. Choice of Red or White sparkling wine accompanied by a choice of three Bomboloni flavors: Apple Jam, Cinnamon Sugar, and Chocolate Drizzle.

Clitorati Presents: Lip Service
8:30PM – 11PM
The Lou Costello Room
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
The Clitorati is back with another AMAZING edition of the Lip Service comedy showcase! With amazing comedy from Liz Barlow, Kasha Patel, Violet Gray, Maddie Cooper, Lisan Wood, Ivana Greene and Abby MelloAnd as always we will be accepting donations of feminine hygiene products for the Women’s Advocacy Coalition: Baltimore.
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The Peeps Show
8:30PM – 9:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Welcome to the Peeps Show, where on the first Thursday of every month, we give our audience the opportunity to peek behind the curtain at the saucy talent of female artists in Baltimore. The Peeps show opens with a feature of a local female or gender-minority artist sharing their work and the context behind it. Then, a curated coterie of female and gender-minority improvisers perform a show inspired by the art and artist. The Peeps Show sheds light on the incredible and diverse artistry of Baltimore. It is an unmatched opportunity to see what happens when worlds collide. It is a tease for the pursuit of expression. You won’t believe your eyes.

BSC Presents: Gin and Jokes turns 3 with Abby Rosenquist!
8:30PM – 10:30PM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Baltimore’s best comedy night returns to the Joe Squared basement for drinks, jokes, and the best times always! The best $7 you can spend on a Thursday! It’s Gin and Jokes’ 3rd birthday and we’re here to party! Abby Rosenquist is a New York based comedian by way of Philly by way of Austin by way of Omaha. Her dark, fast paced material will have you laughing about your sex life one second and your own mortality the next. She quickly becomes a regular at any club or scene she performs in and has gotten invited to perform at prestigious festivals all over the country and beyond including Just For Laughs in Montreal and the Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival. Drinks by Baltimore Spirits Company! Hosted by Umar Khan!
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Throwback Thursday and Baltimore’s Best Drag Show for 2018
9PM – 2AM
Grand Central Nightclub
1001 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us every Thursday for Throwback Thursday’s with DJ Rob G3 in the disco! Doors open at 9pm! Awarded Baltimore’s Best Drag Show for 2018 at Baltimore Drag Awards with the TBT Cast Anastasia Mae Belladonna, Kyle Sharp( Washington Heights) Dee Dee Derèon and Codey Odachowski promoted and manged by Michael J. Palmisano. Show starts at 10:30pm! NO COVER ALL NIGHT!! $3 Well Drinks All Night, $5 Fireball All Night, $6 Jameson All Night, and $1 Vodka (9-10pm cash only.)

Friday, February 8

Baltimore Vegan Restaurant Week
Feb 8-17
Participating Restaurants in Baltimore
COLD OUTSIDE? VEGAN RESTAURANT WEEK BRINGS WARMTH. Restaurant businesses know first hand that nothing brings people together quite like good food. The mission of Maryland Vegan Restaurant Week is to increase the awareness, benefits and accessibility of a plant-based diet through a fun, innovative and community-based experience across multiple towns and neighborhoods. Restaurants will be challenged to demonstrate their love and compassion for promoting healthier diets, reducing animal cruelty and saving the environment, by offering tasty and creative vegan options on their menus and you get to cast your vote! Enjoy a variety of plant-based menu items. We welcome all diners not just vegans! Are you up for the challenge?

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2019 Motor Trend International Auto Show Baltimore
Feb 7: noon – 9 p.m. Feb 8 and 9: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Feb 10: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Baltimore Convention Center
One West Pratt Street, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
500 shiny new cars, trucks, crossovers and SUVs will be waiting when the 2019 Motor Trend Auto Show in Baltimore opens its doors, Thursday, February 7 at the Baltimore Convention Center. If you’re looking to buy a new ride in 2019, the Auto Show is the best
place to start, with an incredible array of models to check out in a no-pressure environment. Kick the tires, adjust the rearview, put the seat back – then get on the road with a test drive. By the end of your visit, you’ll be ready to visit the dealership with
confidence! Bring the whole family – kids under 12 years of age get in free. Outlandishly pricey dream cars from the likes of Lamborghini, Bentley and McLaren in the DuPont Registry display. High-end cars courtesy of Euro Auto Group. Tricked out, modded, and customized rides from expert gearheads at the Livewire Custom Showcase.
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Time Travel Tours at the Peale
Jan 4-Mar 3, Time slots starting at Thu 6PM, Fr-Sat 12PM, Sun 3PM
The Peale Center
225 N Holliday St, Baltimore
After receiving detailed plans from future time travelers, the Peale has completed construction on a 200-year time machine, which works by opening a portal into the past. We now offer guided Time Travel Tours to Rembrandt Peale’s study in the year 1819. Tours are currently led by David London, who will accompany you on your journey, and illuminate the many wonders that await you inside.
There are several Time Travel Tour options for your to choose from:
FULL-LENGTH THU-SUN – Each 90-minute tour includes the history of the Peale family and their museums, an introduction to our Time Machine, and up to 50 minutes of actual Time Travel! Guests first must work to activate the Time Machine, before stepping back in time to 1819.
FRIDAY LUNCHTIME NOON – 1PM – Need a quick escape? After a brief overview of our time machine, enjoy a quick reprieve from your workday by traveling back in time. When you return, you will be one-hour closer to the weekend!
SUNDAY TEA TIME 3PM – 5PM – Enjoy all the perks of our full-length Time Travel Tours, but spend an additional 30 minutes in Rembrandt Peale’s studio to enjoy tea, crackers, cookies, jokes, and a brief magic performance. Your ticket includes a contribution to our “Pay It Backwards” campaign.
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Valentine’s Day Tea
2PM – 3PM
Gertrude’s Restaurant
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
There is no better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with the one you love than a Valentine’s Day Tea! Join us for our limited time tea menu by calling 410-889-3399. Must call at least 24 hours in advance. See the full delicious menu here.

French Macaron Class
5PM – 8PM
Sacré Sucré
2001 Fleet St, Baltimore
Learn how to make french macarons using the french meringue method. We will make two flavors of macarons: Chocolate and Lemon. All filling and shells will be made in class. We will discuss meringue techniques, piping techniques, bust myths and much more! Hors d’oeuvres and wine will be provided for the first half hour as we learn about each other and your expectations. All macarons made in class will be provided to take home. Souvenir tshirts will also be provided. Come to learn and have a great time alongside Baltimore’s best french macaron creators! A minimum of 4 people is required for the class to take place.
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I Heart City Life Happy Hour – February
5PM – 8PM
Full Tilt Brewing
5604 York Road, Baltimore
If you LOVE City Life—join Live Baltimore at this month’s Happy Hour! For a $10 donation you will receive one glass and one draft beer. All proceeds directly benefit Live Baltimore’s mission to support thriving neighborhoods and grow the city’s residential population. Our happy hours travel around the city’s 278 neighborhoods. February’s event will be held in the Homeland neighborhood.
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Friday Wine Tasting
5PM – 7PM
Spirits of Mt Vernon
900 N CHARLES STREET, Baltimore
Come check out our weekly FREE wine tasting every Friday night!

Jim Gaffigan: Quality Time Tour
Feb 7 at 7PM, Feb 8 at 7PM & 9:30PM
The Modell Lyric
140 W. Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore
Jim Gaffigan is a three-time Grammy nominated comedian, actor, writer, producer, two-time New York Times best-selling author, Emmy winning top touring performer, and multi-platinum-selling recording artist. He is known around the world for his unique brand of humor, which largely revolves around his observations on life. In addition to two seasons of the semi-fictitious Jim Gaffigan Show, which he wrote and produced with his wife Jeannie, and his widely popular stand-up comedy specials, Gaffigan has guest starred on many television comedies and dramas, ranging from Portlandia and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to HBO’s cult hits Flight of the Concords and Bored to Death to dramatic roles in Law & Order.
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Happy Hour w/PLAN B
7PM – 8PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Start the weekend right, with friends and laughs. Every Friday at 7 pm, kick back with Baltimore Improv Group’s longest-running troupe, Plan B, for a special HAPPY HOUR show. They’ll delight and surprise you while creating scenes, characters – sometimes, even songs – on the spot. Bring your favorite coworkers, your favorite friends, heck bring your favorite party hat and enjoy yourself as we do the work. You’re off the clock. All BIG Shows are FREE!. But please reserve so we know you’re coming!

Haunted Hearts Pub Tour
7PM – 9PM
Baltimore Ghost Tours
Sidewalk Outside of Max’S Sidebar, 731 S Broadway, Baltimore
Explore the amazing, astounding and horrifying history of Valentine’s Day, and some of Fells Point’s most interesting taverns with storyteller and historian Cliff Long. From the tale of the first valentine to the story of Edgar Allan Poe’s failed Baltimore romance, this tour is sure to leave you breathless! 21 and over only! Please note that this tour is not a haunted tour. It explores the macabre history of Valentine’s Day, and tales related to this.
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Mortified Baltimore, Doomed Valentine’s Day
7PM -& 9:30PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
The show will feature all new storytellers presenting awkward love themed diary entries, poetry, love letters, etc. from their childhood/adolescence. Mortified is a comic excavation of teen angst artifacts (journals, letters, poems, lyrics, home movies, stories, and more) as shared by their original authors before total strangers. Hear grown men and women confront their past with tales of their first kiss, first puff, worst prom, fights with mom, life at Bible camp, worst hand job, best mall job, and reasons they deserved to marry Jon Bon Jovi. Hailed a “cultural phenomenon” by Newsweek and celebrated by This American Life, The Today Show, The Onion AV Club, Entertainment Weekly and beyond, Mortified celebrates the strange and extraordinary things we created as kids.
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Battle of the Bands – Round 1 | Show 2 of 2
7PM – 10:30PM
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 West 41st Street, Baltimore
BIGGER AND BETTER, BATTLE IS BACK! This time, we throwdown in UNION Craft Brewing‘s beautiful new indoor space! Join us for a night of great music, beer, and eats as 8 bands (4 each date) battle it out for a chance at $500 + a spot at the 2019 Charm City Bluegrass Festival! You will submit for vote to help decide which bands move on to the finals at The 8×10 on March 15th. Join us for Round 1 Show 2 to see Who? What? When? Why? & Werewolves?, Jacob Panic, Geraldine, and Burt the Dirt.
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Sexy Beast
7PM – 9PM
Gallery 1448
1448 E Baltimore St, Baltimore
Gallery 1448 announces the return of the annual Erotica show this year with the theme of “Sexy Beast”! The show features the work of 25 artists, all with their own interpretation of the theme ranging from the comical to the mythological to the frightening. The show will open with a reception on February 8 and run through February 24. Gallery hours are 1:30 – 5 on Saturday and Sunday or text 410-369-6494 to set up an appointment.

Clear For Takeoff + The Chief End (Final Shows), OMF returns
7PM – 11:45PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Transcendent Events presents
Two epic flights come to an end, as TE favorites Clear For Takeoff & The Chief End go out with a bang. Also featuring Others May Fall (Return from hiatus), Without The Accent, and watersdeep.
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Zach Redler: The Falling and the Rising
Feb 7-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 3PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
Peabody Chamber Opera: Samuel Mungo, stage director
Peabody Chamber Opera Orchestra: JoAnn Kulesza, conductor
Zach Redler: The Falling and the Rising is a poignant story reminds us that the military is a microcosm of the culture at large. The Falling and the Rising, by Zach Redler, tells of a young soldier and mother as she struggles through injury.
$25 adults, $15 seniors, $10 students
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Giacomo Puccini: Il Trittico
Feb 7-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 4PM
Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall
1 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Garnett Bruce, stage director. Peabody Opera Theatre Orchestra: Joseph Young, conductor Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Artistic Director of Ensembles. Giacomo Puccini’s trilogy Il Trittico features the antics of Gianni Schicchi – a cunning character stripped from Dante’s Inferno –alongside two other stories of tragic, jealous love (Il Tabarro) and poignant grief (Suor Angelica).
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Disney Newsies
Feb 8-17, Fri-Sun 8PM – 10PM
Third Wall Productions
1108 Providence Road, Baltimore
Newsies is based on the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899. The New York newsies – boys and girls who sold newspapers on the street – went up against two newspaper publishers, Joseph Pulitzer of the New York World and William Randolph Hearst of the New York Journal, to fight for the chance to earn a livable wage. The Spanish-American War made New Yorkers hungry for headlines, and circulation boomed as a result. Once the war ended, people were less inclined to buy newspapers – war was bad for the world, but great for the newspaper business. The strike was the result of the newspaper publishers refusing to lower the newsies’ cost-per-paper back down to the pre-war prices. The newsies were not willing to pay more for their papers to make up for a lack of headlines, so they decided to strike – their goal was to make the newspaper tycoons treat them as legitimate members of the business.
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Everything is Wonderful
Jan 29 – Feb 24, Wed & Thr 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore
When an Amish couple’s two sons are killed in a car accident, the family struggles to maintain their faith and cling to their way of life. In an act of unfathomable forgiveness, they take in Eric, the wayward young driver of the car. But Eric’s mistake cracks open the family’s dark history and brings home their eldest daughter, Miri, who was excommunicated five years earlier. Miri returns to find her family in shambles, the man who killed her brothers living in the barn, and the man who drove her away intent upon marrying her younger sister. Without a way forward, this insular community must seek to heal the deep wounds of the past, forcing everyone into a new kind of reckoning. By Chelsea Marcantel and Directed by Noah Himmelstein.
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And Then There Were None
Jan 11-Feb 10, Fri-Sat 8PM, Sun 2PM
Vagabond Players, Inc.
806 S Broadway, Baltimore
Ten seeming strangers with suspicious pasts are brought together on a remote island that turns into a deathtrap where an unknown assassin executes them one by one. The Queen of Mystery (whose The Mousetrap thrilled Vagabond Players’ audiences five seasons ago) once again delivers a compelling puzzle with enough twists and turns to keep you gripped in your seat until the very, very end.
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BIG Time with Sam Sessa
8PM – 9PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
BIG Time – How do you know when you’ve truly succeeded? The answer is when the Baltimore Improv Group invites you to have your life memorialized in a series of made up, totally unprepared comedy scenes celebrating you! Come join a hand picked cast of BIG’s best improvisers as they comedically revere some of Baltimore’s most important movers and shakers. Sam Sessa was a reporter and editor at the Baltimore Sun, and now hosts a radio show and helps produce events for WTMD. In his free time, Sam enjoys growing a beard and total silence. All BIG Shows are FREE! But please reserve so we know you’re coming!

Club Orbit w/IMPROV JAM!
8PM – 10:30PM
Charm City Comedy Project
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Moonbot, Dog-Collar Comedy Troupe, Jenny Questell, Beth Haydon, Sam Rubin PLUS AN OPEN IMPROV JAM! Host: Sam Rubin. The countdown begins! Prepare from some out-of-this-world comedy every second Friday! First, we’ll blast off with standup from our host Sam Rubin, Bmore’s Beth Haydon, and DC’s Jenny Questell, then break into the stratosphere with an open improv jam, when anyone can play! After the break, we’ll fly high with UMBC team Dog-Collar Comedy, then it’s time to ascend into the outer reaches of space with CCCP house team Moonbot! $5 cash at the door, or online up until 9:30 PM the day of the show. This show is presented by Charm City Comedy Project in The Lou Costello Room upstairs at Zissimos Bar.
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Concrete Island: a Play of J G Ballard’s novel
Feb 8-17, Fri – Sun 8PM – 9PM
The Mercury Theater
1823 N Charles St, Baltimore
Concrete Island, a play directed by Connor Kizer, adapted by Nick Vyssotsky. Robert Land recklessly crashes his car while speeding down the highway. Wounded, he is stranded for days, until he is discovered by two people living on the concrete island that he is abandoned on. Worlds collide, and no one will be the same again. This play deals with intense situations, please be advised.
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Heart Space: After Hours w. Hey Thanks! Herbal Co. & Odette Press
8PM – 10PM
B.Willow
220 West 27th, Baltimore
Join Kelly Laughlin of Odette Press, Katelyn Jarkowiec of Hey Thanks! Herbal Co., and B. Willow for a night of connection and creating. Tap into your heart space and make your own marbled cards and herbal tea. In a month concentrated on love, take a moment to appreciate and reconnect to yourself through the meditative practice of paper marbling with Kelly. Meanwhile, Katelyn will help you discover herbs that foster self love, connection, and personal empowerment to create a custom herbal tea blend. We will discuss the benefits of self reflection, loving yourself, and the importance of nature as an influence in our lives. Slow down, have a sip, have a snack and enjoy the night! Complimentary champagne cocktails and sweets will be provided. Attendees will also receive 15% off plants from B. Willow, Hey Thanks! Herbal Co.’s Happy Heart Elixir, and journals from Odette Press.
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Mozart Symphony No. 40
Feb 8-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 3PM
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Young Taiwanese-American violinist Paul Huang, winner of the 2017 Lincoln Center Award for Emerging Artists, takes center stage for Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto. Requiring tons of technical bravura, this concerto exudes Russian Romanticism with a touch of Gershwin. Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 is one of the composer’s best-loved symphonies. The program concludes with Chabrier’s sparkling España and Beethoven’s thrilling Leonore Overture No. 3.
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An Evening With Better Off Dead At The 8×10!
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Let’s jam, Jam, JAM!! Grab a hippie and come out to Baltimore’s best venue for some awesome Grateful Dead music! As always, gonna be a party!
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An Evening With Sy Smith
8PM & 9:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
This Emmy-nominated singer/songwriter has been dubbed by her peers as the “queen of underground soul”. Sy Smith is considered one of the leaders of the indie soul movement (having released 5 CDs/3 EPs/1 DVD), plus she’s recorded and/or toured with some of the biggest names in R&B, hip-hop and jazz (Whitney Houston, Meshell Ndegeocello, The Foreign Exchange, Sheila E. and Pete Escovedo to name a few). Since 2015, she’s performed tributes to Ella Fitzgerald at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, Toronto’s Massey Hall and more.
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The Silence Kit, Skydivers, E. Joseph at Reverb
8PM – 12AM
Reverb
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us for a night of post-punk / indie rock at Reverb in Baltimore, MD.
Skydivers -Baltimore-based atmospheric, post-punk shoegaze
The Silence Kit -Philadelphia-based post-punk / shoegaze / indie rock
E. Joseph & The Sparrows -Philadelphia-based gloom-pop / indie rock

The Hague, Third Grade Friends, The Neckbeards, Little Lungs
8:30PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Featuring: THE HAUGE on tour from Portland, OR!, THE NECKBEARDS,3RD GRADE FRIENDS, and LITTLE LUNGS. First band @ 9! $8 21+ / $10 under  21. All ages!

BIG Mainstage Friday
9PM – 10PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Ready to see the best of the best? Then get yourself to BIG’s Mainstage! Okay sure, some might say, doesn’t BIG only have one stage? Yes, that’s true but this is still our main one. If we add stages down the line they will have different names. Featuring Old City and Training for Prom. We are happy to make all of our shows free. Please donate if you’d like to help BIG keep our shows free forever!

2nd Friday | Karaoke NIGHT w/LoryVee
9PM – 12AM
Lithuanian Hall
851 Hollins St, Baltimore
Every 2nd Friday we invite you to the COZIEST karaoke night in Baltimore. Lithuanian Hall’s bar is strictly JUDGMENT FREE ZONE, so join the karaoke guru LoryVee and the rest of local amateur singers for a fun night! For non-singers – ALL ACCESS SONG REQUESTS (If you don’t want to sing, you can request any song you wish. Thousands of songs available) For karaoke enthusiasts – KARAOKE GOLD COIN Program. For every song you sing, you’ll get a gold coin which is redeemable at the end of the season in our LoryVee Karaoke Gift Shop: Candles – Food Treats – Knick Knacks – drinks – books. $5 for members. Must be 21+ and a member to enter. (Guests may become annual members for $5, or lifetime members for $25)

The Krypt: January
9PM – 1:45AM
Club Orpheus
1003 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Club Orpheus is proud to present The Krypt! Every 2nd Friday DJ CARBONCYBER and DJ Nevermore redefine what goth music is – discovering new tracks and reliving those classics we can’t live without. Resident DJs CARBONCYBER and DJ Nevermore will be spinning a mix of Industrial, Goth, Synthpop, Darkwave, Death Rock and more. 18+ to enter 21+ to drink $5 cover at the door. Drink specials all night including $3 Domestics and $9 Lucid Absinthe!

Lip Sync Battle
9PM – 11PM
Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Know all of the words and have the passion to perform, but not the great singing voice? Bring your knowledge and energy to Motor House for a battle of the best non-singers. Lip synch to 1.5 minutes of your favorite song in this first found of battles hosted and with music provided by DJ Louie Flacco. 21+ event.
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Emo Night Baltimore at Ottobar
9PM – ?
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Emo Night Baltimore! Second Friday of every month @ The Ottobar.
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A Very Toxic Valentines (Toxicity – goth industrial dance party)
9PM – 2AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Toxicity brings you a night you won’t want to miss, with the best industrial, EBM, future pop, synth pop, death rock and more. Come dance the night away and celebrate Valentines Day in whichever fashion you love most! We’ll be spinning the widest variety of the classics you love and new tracks you’ve never heard. As always, we’re 21 and up with no cover!

BURRR // Psycho Bill/ Logicoma/ Nikilad
10PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Dance Partyfeaturing DJs: Logicoma, Nikilad, and Psycho Bill. Hosted by Trea.

Saturday, February 9

2nd Annual Valentine’s PopMart at the Market
7AM – 12PM
Baltimore’s 32nd Street Farmers Market
E 32nd St & Barclay St, Baltimore
Come celebrate Valentine’s Day early with us and pick up some great gifts and food on Saturday, February 09th! We’ll be featuring local guest vendors and more!
Confirmed Vendors: Ajwa DelicaciesAromatherapy Neck WrapBalti’MaronsBelle’s AcresCajouCuples Tea HouseDear Globe CoffeeJohariMade, LLCHemp Kettle Tea CompanyLe MonadeNo Shave AidePure chocolate by Jinji, Sweet Shenanigans Bakeshop, and Tenth Ward Distilling Company.

Baltimore Vegan Restaurant Week
Feb 8-17
Participating Restaurants in Baltimore
COLD OUTSIDE? VEGAN RESTAURANT WEEK BRINGS WARMTH. Restaurant businesses know first hand that nothing brings people together quite like good food. The mission of Maryland Vegan Restaurant Week is to increase the awareness, benefits and accessibility of a plant-based diet through a fun, innovative and community-based experience across multiple towns and neighborhoods. Restaurants will be challenged to demonstrate their love and compassion for promoting healthier diets, reducing animal cruelty and saving the environment, by offering tasty and creative vegan options on their menus and you get to cast your vote! Enjoy a variety of plant-based menu items. We welcome all diners not just vegans! Are you up for the challenge?

Saturdays at LoCoFlo
8AM – 12PM
Local Color Flowers
3100 Brentwood Avenue, Baltimore
We have pre-made bouquets, you can make your own bouquets, or we will make one for you. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for updates. We feature something special every week like seasonal flowers, themes, swag and more! We are only open for four hours, so the fun is highly concentrated. Make it your Saturday routine!

Free Yoga
8:30AM – 9:45AM
Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church and Asbury House
10 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Come experience the Conservancy’s sponsored free Yoga – in Davis Hall at Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church and Asbury House. Please enter from the red doors on Charles Street. Bring your own mat and water bottle. Appropriate for all levels. Thanks to instructor Jude Asher for leading this group!

Glazed & ‘Cued
9AM – 2PM
Full Circle Artisan Palace
3528 Chestnut Avenue, Baltimore
the smoke dawgs hit up the queens and decided to do a smoked up collab. think cbd donut sandos, radical theme donuts (nashville hot chicken, maybe?), hickorysmokedgoodness and more! chef josh will be down at the palace slinging glazed ‘cue with main dough hoe courtney!  don’t miss out on this raaaadical collaboration, man.

2019 Motor Trend International Auto Show Baltimore
Feb 7: noon – 9 p.m. Feb 8 and 9: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Feb 10: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Baltimore Convention Center
One West Pratt Street, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
500 shiny new cars, trucks, crossovers and SUVs will be waiting when the 2019 Motor Trend Auto Show in Baltimore opens its doors, Thursday, February 7 at the Baltimore Convention Center. If you’re looking to buy a new ride in 2019, the Auto Show is the best
place to start, with an incredible array of models to check out in a no-pressure environment. Kick the tires, adjust the rearview, put the seat back – then get on the road with a test drive. By the end of your visit, you’ll be ready to visit the dealership with
confidence! Bring the whole family – kids under 12 years of age get in free. Outlandishly pricey dream cars from the likes of Lamborghini, Bentley and McLaren in the DuPont Registry display. High-end cars courtesy of Euro Auto Group. Tricked out, modded, and customized rides from expert gearheads at the Livewire Custom Showcase.
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Valentine’s Day PopUp Party at Get Shredded
11AM – 7PM
Get Shredded Vintage
3101 Saint Paul St Rear Store, Baltimore
Sales, drinks, snacks, seltzer, raffle prizes, local vendors, DJ Josh Stokes slingin’ tunes! Get GREAT unique gifts while supporting your local artists!!!!! Get your loved ones amazing handmade, vintage, or upcycled gifts for Valentine’s Day! Shop LOCAL VENDORS Alecia Thomassen (silk screened original tattoo-inspired art on clothing, totes, and paper!) and Crewel Therapy (cathartic hand-embroidered patches, art, and wearables)!! DJ JOSH STOKES slingin the tunes from 3-7!

Time Travel Tours at the Peale
Jan 4-Mar 3, Time slots starting at Thu 6PM, Fr-Sat 12PM, Sun 3PM
The Peale Center
225 N Holliday St, Baltimore
After receiving detailed plans from future time travelers, the Peale has completed construction on a 200-year time machine, which works by opening a portal into the past. We now offer guided Time Travel Tours to Rembrandt Peale’s study in the year 1819. Tours are currently led by David London, who will accompany you on your journey, and illuminate the many wonders that await you inside.
There are several Time Travel Tour options for your to choose from:
FULL-LENGTH THU-SUN – Each 90-minute tour includes the history of the Peale family and their museums, an introduction to our Time Machine, and up to 50 minutes of actual Time Travel! Guests first must work to activate the Time Machine, before stepping back in time to 1819.
FRIDAY LUNCHTIME NOON – 1PM – Need a quick escape? After a brief overview of our time machine, enjoy a quick reprieve from your workday by traveling back in time. When you return, you will be one-hour closer to the weekend!
SUNDAY TEA TIME 3PM – 5PM – Enjoy all the perks of our full-length Time Travel Tours, but spend an additional 30 minutes in Rembrandt Peale’s studio to enjoy tea, crackers, cookies, jokes, and a brief magic performance. Your ticket includes a contribution to our “Pay It Backwards” campaign.
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Build Your Own Bouquet Pop-Up at Brightside Boutique
1PM – 4PM
Brightside Boutique
915 w 36th street, Baltimore
Join B. Willow at Brightside Boutique in Hampden for a build your own bouquet pop-up! We’ll have an assortment of stems just in time for Valentine’s weekend. Create an arrangement as simple or as full as you like!

Bath Bomb Workshop
1PM – 2:30PM
Made in Baltimore Store
20 West North Avenue, Baltimore
Have you always wanted to make your own bath bombs? Join our creative workshop and learn bath bomb making from local soap maker, Mount Royal Soaps! You’ll learn the process of bath bomb making and create 10 bath bombs to bring home. All supplies will be provided including a variety of essential oils, botanical, and colorants. Mount Royal Soap Company was founded Baltimore, MD in the Spring of 2014 by three soap-obsessed friends. Mount Royal Soaps takes pride in using the finest ingredients to hand make soaps and skincare products that are vegan, palm oil free, natural and safe to use.
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6th Annual Chili Cook-Off sponsored by Bell’s Brewery
1PM – 4PM
The Wharf Rat
801 S Ann St, Baltimore
The highly anticipated annual battle of Baltimore chili barons is almost here! $20 to compete- enter at the bar soon, spots fill up fast. $10 to taste and judge, pay at the door. Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Sponsored by Bell’s Brewery. Proceeds benefit BARCS Animal Shelter.

Drink, Drag & Paint Naughty Wine Glasses
2PM – 4PM
Spirits of Mt Vernon
900 N CHARLES STREET, Baltimore
Come out and have fun with our SASSY drag queens Pariah Sinclair and Saaphyri Wildz! You’ll laugh and paint as the ladies walk around the room while your painting in between performances. We will be painting fun nude cartoon images that are only seen from inside the wine glass. These are hilarious, LOTS of fun and simple to paint! 6:00 Everyone will get materials and 2 wine glasse. I’ll instruct everyone to easily draw the first image. 6:15ish the 1st drag show starts. Then painting and we repeat this 2 more times. So you get a total of 3 performances.
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Binology 101: The Basics of Wine Tasting
2PM – 3:30PM
Bin 604
604 South Exeter Street, Baltimore
Bin 604 Wine Sellers hosts a series of in-depth tasting classes for the burgeoning wine enthusiast. Join our wine experts for an entertaining 90-minute class jam-packed with valuable information, in a small, group format setting. In our Basics of Wine Tasting class, we explore the typical characteristics of popular grape varietals. Learn the basic terminology and techniques of wine tasting and how to recognize the subtle and subjective flavors of wine. Tickets are $29
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Valentine’s Day Tea
2PM – 3PM
Gertrude’s Restaurant
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
There is no better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with the one you love than a Valentine’s Day Tea! Join us for our limited time tea menu by calling 410-889-3399. Must call at least 24 hours in advance. See the full delicious menu here.

1st Amp-iversary $1 Bottles of Wine with Dinner
5PM – 10PM
Ampersea
1417 Thames Street, Baltimore
To celebrate our 1st full calendar year as Ampersea, we are offering guests $1 bottles of wine with dinner (limit 1 house wine bottle per 2 guests). It’s our Amp-iversary party! We couldn’t be happier to begin our 2nd year in this beautiful space and we hope you’ll come celebrate with us. Book your reservations through OpenTable or by calling 443-681-5310.

SiriusXM Presents Octane’s Accelerator Tour
6PM – ?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
SiriusXM Presents Octane’s Accelerator Tour featuring Like A Storm, with Royal Tusk and Afterlife!
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Blue Jeans {& Bow Ties} Ball
6PM – 12AM
The Assembly Room
316 Guilford Ave, Baltimore
This isn’t your Grandma’s Gala! Join the Ulman Foundation on February 9 at the Assembly Room for the 21st Blue Jeans {& Bow Ties } Ball! New this year, we’ve introduced the Bow Tie Dinner for top sponsors and supporters. Bow Tie Dinner guests will enjoy an intimate dinner, program, and live auction before the Blue Jeans Ball open at 8:00pm. We’ll have raffles, delicious food and drinks, a silent auction, live music and entertainment, and proceeds directly benefit Ulman’s programs to support the 70,000 young adults diagnosed with cancer each year.
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Midwinter Midway: A Submersive Soiree
7PM – 10PM
The Peale Center
225 N Holliday St, Baltimore
Help us fight the dulling doldrums of winter! For one night only we are throwing a party at The Peale Center featuring a dazzling display of entertainments a la vaudeville. The incomparable talents of Alex & Olmsted will join your favorite performers of Submersive productions past, present, and future to captivate, charm, and enthrall you with their diverse talents. In addition to performances, there will be games, activities, artistic encounters, tasty tidbits, and a delightful variety of beverages. You will want to don your very finest early-20th century attire and prepare to be drawn into the action. Join us for a night not to be missed!
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Casually Dope
7PM – 8PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Casually Dope invites you to start your Saturday night with us. Turning the stories of our community into comedy, each show we’ll invite a guest or just chop it up with audience and use those discussions to create a show like none other. You might learn something, you might not, but you’ll definitely leave full of laughter. All BIG Shows are FREE! But please reserve so we know you’re coming!

Haunted Hearts Pub Tour
7PM – 9PM
Baltimore Ghost Tours
Sidewalk Outside of Max’S Sidebar, 731 S Broadway, Baltimore
Explore the amazing, astounding and horrifying history of Valentine’s Day, and some of Fells Point’s most interesting taverns with storyteller and historian Cliff Long. From the tale of the first valentine to the story of Edgar Allan Poe’s failed Baltimore romance, this tour is sure to leave you breathless! 21 and over only! Please note that this tour is not a haunted tour. It explores the macabre history of Valentine’s Day, and tales related to this.
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Bass Tomb Ft: Svynx, GypZ, & Tre Justice.
7PM – 2AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
On Feb 9th The Bass Coast K Island Entertainment LLC & DMV Headbangers!!!! give birth to THE FIRST EVER !!!BASS TOMB !!! A Egyptian Themed Party/Rave This event will be in a smaller Tomb like Room. Making a very intimate party, with some of the dmv Best dj’s & some bigger name outsider as well. this little Tomb liKe room should be packed!!! And the bass OMG.!!!!
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Power Hour
7PM – 10PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Ready to see the best of the best? It’s BIG’s Power Hour! Featured troupes are GUS and Lekker. All BIG Shows are FREE!! But please reserve so we know you’re coming!

NYC Comedy Invades Baltimore
7PM – 9PM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Joe Squared presents a night of stand-up comedy from some of the best and funniest comedians from the NYC stand-up scene for one night only! This showcase features professional, touring comedians and will undoubtedly be a night to remember! Featuring JORDAN RAYBOULD (New York Comedy Festival, Anxiety Now Podcast, Caroline’s) and BRET RAYBOULD (Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Skankfest, San Francisco SketchFest, The Raybould Brothers) + MORE.
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Opening Reception for “Don’t Worry Your Head” | Ellie Dent
7PM – 10PM
Terrault
218 W. Saratoga St. 3rd Floor, Baltimore
Terrault is pleased to announce the opening reception for “Don’t Worry Your Head”, a solo exhibition of works by Ellie Dent. The work of Ellie Dent focuses on the experience of being a patient in today’s health industry. Her visual interests are at the intersection of medical science, object making, and traumatic experience. Motivated by fear and fetish, her work stems from a personal narrative of medical trauma, the impact of diagnosis, and the rituals of chronic illness.

Zach Redler: The Falling and the Rising
Feb 7-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 3PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
Peabody Chamber Opera: Samuel Mungo, stage director
Peabody Chamber Opera Orchestra: JoAnn Kulesza, conductor
Zach Redler: The Falling and the Rising is a poignant story reminds us that the military is a microcosm of the culture at large. The Falling and the Rising, by Zach Redler, tells of a young soldier and mother as she struggles through injury.
$25 adults, $15 seniors, $10 students
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Giacomo Puccini: Il Trittico
Feb 7-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 4PM
Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall
1 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Garnett Bruce, stage director. Peabody Opera Theatre Orchestra: Joseph Young, conductor Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Artistic Director of Ensembles. Giacomo Puccini’s trilogy Il Trittico features the antics of Gianni Schicchi – a cunning character stripped from Dante’s Inferno –alongside two other stories of tragic, jealous love (Il Tabarro) and poignant grief (Suor Angelica).
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Mozart Symphony No. 40
Feb 8-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 3PM
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Young Taiwanese-American violinist Paul Huang, winner of the 2017 Lincoln Center Award for Emerging Artists, takes center stage for Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto. Requiring tons of technical bravura, this concerto exudes Russian Romanticism with a touch of Gershwin. Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 is one of the composer’s best-loved symphonies. The program concludes with Chabrier’s sparkling España and Beethoven’s thrilling Leonore Overture No. 3.
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‘The Second Saturday S#!t Show’ – Free Stand-Up Comedy Night!
7:30PM – ?
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
98 Rock Baltimore‘s Marianne Sierk headlines the ‘The Second Saturday S#!t Show’ – Free Stand-Up Comedy Night! at Ottobar – Upstairs. With features Danny Charnley, Kevin McCarron, Natalie McGill and Bryant Tinker (King Tink) And a very special guest Mike Storck fresh off his tour of Canada!

Everything is Wonderful
Jan 29 – Feb 24, Wed & Thr 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore
When an Amish couple’s two sons are killed in a car accident, the family struggles to maintain their faith and cling to their way of life. In an act of unfathomable forgiveness, they take in Eric, the wayward young driver of the car. But Eric’s mistake cracks open the family’s dark history and brings home their eldest daughter, Miri, who was excommunicated five years earlier. Miri returns to find her family in shambles, the man who killed her brothers living in the barn, and the man who drove her away intent upon marrying her younger sister. Without a way forward, this insular community must seek to heal the deep wounds of the past, forcing everyone into a new kind of reckoning. By Chelsea Marcantel and Directed by Noah Himmelstein.
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And Then There Were None
Jan 11-Feb 10, Fri-Sat 8PM, Sun 2PM
Vagabond Players, Inc.
806 S Broadway, Baltimore
Ten seeming strangers with suspicious pasts are brought together on a remote island that turns into a deathtrap where an unknown assassin executes them one by one. The Queen of Mystery (whose The Mousetrap thrilled Vagabond Players’ audiences five seasons ago) once again delivers a compelling puzzle with enough twists and turns to keep you gripped in your seat until the very, very end.
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Concrete Island: a Play of J G Ballard’s novel
Feb 8-17, Fri – Sun 8PM – 9PM
The Mercury Theater
1823 N Charles St, Baltimore
Concrete Island, a play directed by Connor Kizer, adapted by Nick Vyssotsky. Robert Land recklessly crashes his car while speeding down the highway. Wounded, he is stranded for days, until he is discovered by two people living on the concrete island that he is abandoned on. Worlds collide, and no one will be the same again. This play deals with intense situations, please be advised. Starring Dave Iden, Madison Coan, and Aaron Estes.
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Disney Newsies
Feb 8-17, Fri-Sun 8PM – 10PM
Third Wall Productions
1108 Providence Road, Baltimore
Newsies is based on the real-life Newsboys Strike of 1899. The New York newsies – boys and girls who sold newspapers on the street – went up against two newspaper publishers, Joseph Pulitzer of the New York World and William Randolph Hearst of the New York Journal, to fight for the chance to earn a livable wage. The Spanish-American War made New Yorkers hungry for headlines, and circulation boomed as a result. Once the war ended, people were less inclined to buy newspapers – war was bad for the world, but great for the newspaper business. The strike was the result of the newspaper publishers refusing to lower the newsies’ cost-per-paper back down to the pre-war prices. The newsies were not willing to pay more for their papers to make up for a lack of headlines, so they decided to strike – their goal was to make the newspaper tycoons treat them as legitimate members of the business.
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Great Scott! – An Evening with Scott Seiss
8PM – 10:30PM
Charm City Comedy Project
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Banana Phone, Bear Trap, THICK mints, Scott Seiss, PLUS AN OLD DOGS JAM with former members of Dog-Collar Comedy Troupe with Host: Michael Furr. Every once in a long while, an extraordinary talent emerges in Charm City! After putting down comedy roots in Baltimore & D.C., stand up comic & improv performer Scott Seiss is moving on to new horizons in New York city…so come out to celebrate a great guy with a night of comedy in his honor! First, we’ll kick it off with standup from host Michael Furr and man of the hour Scott Seiss, then get crazy with improv from BIG Conservatory team Thick Mints and the Old Dogs Jam! After the break, we’ll bring it home with CCCP house troupes Bear Trap and Banana Phone! $5 cash at the door, or online up until 9:30 PM the day of the show. This show is presented by Charm City Comedy Project in The Lou Costello Room upstairs at Zissimos Bar.
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When ___ Met ___ : An Improvised Romantic Comedy Starring YOU!
8PM – 9PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
In the best tradition of Hollywood romantic comedies, BIG is staging a fully improvised Valentine’s Day romcom with a twist! The twist: our two leads will be played by audience volunteers. Join us for a night of romance and hilarity, and who knows — you just may end up a Star! All BIG Shows are FREE! But please reserve so we know you’re coming!

A Weekend with Warren Wolf
Sat 8PM & 9:30PM, Sun 5:30PM & 7PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Warren Wolf with Jeremy Pelt: Jeremy Pelt studied classical trumpet as a child and focused on jazz after playing in a high school jazz ensemble. He studied at Berklee College of Music. Among those he has performed with are Ravi Coltrane, Roy Hargrove, Greg Osby, and Cassandra Wilson.
Mayu Saeki, flute & Warren Wolf, piano: With nearly a decade of her musical career in New York City, Mayu Saeki, Elizabeth University of Music alumni with M.M. degree,* still keeps transforming herself with no limit.  Her versatile and yet passionate playstyle is deeply rooted in her early childhood classical training and mentorship with Sanae Nakayama, Keiji Oshiro, Kazukiyo Inoue, Pierre Yves Artaud, Alain Marion, and the NEA jazz master, Chico Hamilton.
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Depth Perception: EazyBaked & Prophet ft Illanthropy & Morphics
8PM – 1:30AM
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. This month we bring you The Baked Prophecy Tour! Featured Artists: EAZYBAKED, Prophet, Illanthropy, MorphicsMusic, and Cygnus ( Owen Skiles ).

Alyssa and Melaphones come to the city.
8PM – 12AM
Reverb
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Alyssa and the Melaphones make their debut at Reverb for an intimate party experience. Come hang up close and personal with this great jazzy combo. Special Guest The Methmatics will be there to warm up the crowd.

‘Now That’s What I Call a 90’s Dance Party: Volume 6
9PM – 2AM
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
‘Now That’s What I Call a 90’s Dance Party: Volume 6’ at Ottobar! DJs GRIMSBY & GARY 108 SPIN ALL YOUR FAV 90’S ARTISTS! Biggie, Beastie Boys, Mariah, Fatboy Slim, Dr. Dre, Nelly, Will Smith, Britney, Jamiroquai, TLC, Snoop Dogg, No Doubt, Blink 182, Eminem, Ace of Base, Beck, Missy Elliott, Ginuwine, Weezer, 2Pac, Spice Girls, LL Cool J, & more! Party on!  Ages18+
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Blowout Baltimore!
9PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
BLOWOUT Baltimore: A Brand Spankin’ Inclusive Dance Party! Electrifying music by top DJs. Exciting, provocative, jaw-dropping performances from LGBTQIA+ artists. An all-inclusive environment where self-expression is celebrated and troubles are danced away. Drink and ticket specials!!!
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Scandalous Saturdays at Sidebar: Whitney Houston Drag Night!
9PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Sidebar’s monthly drag night is back with your host, Pariah Sinclair! This month’s show is dedicated to Whitney Houston! So, each performer will be giving their interpretation of Whitney classics. Free drink ticket until 10:30. Other drink specials available all night long! Host: Pariah Sinclair! Cast: Shaunda Leer, Saaphyri Wildz, Abbi Kadabra, and Whimsy Thrift. $8 over 21 // $10 under 21 or no ID

Version with Trillnatured | February
9PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Shoutout to everybody who came out despite the snow in to celebrate our two-year anniversary in January. In February, year three of VERSION continues! As always, it’s a space for queer people, and a space for joy. Sounds by Trillnatured. Hosted by Kotic Couture. Doors at 9 PM, with $2 PBRs until 11 PM. VERSION is a space that has been carved out to celebrate and validate queer-identifying folks. No disrespect, objectification, violence, harassment, or hate will be tolerated here.

Cyber: Heart Breaker
9PM – 1:45AM
Club Orpheus
1003 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Join DJ CarbonCyber for the best in CyberGoth. Break out your cyberlox and your goggles, we want what you’ve got on the dance floor! 18+ ! $5 cover

Sunday, February 10

Baltimore Vegan Restaurant Week
Feb 8-17
Participating Restaurants in Baltimore
COLD OUTSIDE? VEGAN RESTAURANT WEEK BRINGS WARMTH. Restaurant businesses know first hand that nothing brings people together quite like good food. The mission of Maryland Vegan Restaurant Week is to increase the awareness, benefits and accessibility of a plant-based diet through a fun, innovative and community-based experience across multiple towns and neighborhoods. Restaurants will be challenged to demonstrate their love and compassion for promoting healthier diets, reducing animal cruelty and saving the environment, by offering tasty and creative vegan options on their menus and you get to cast your vote! Enjoy a variety of plant-based menu items. We welcome all diners not just vegans! Are you up for the challenge?

Beauty-Ful You, Celebration of Beauty, Just the way you are!
10AM – 2PM
Anthem House
900 East Fort Avenue, Baltimore
Come Sip + Shop and Celebrate the Beauty in all of us! Grab your girl gang and treat yourself to the newest Spring Arrivals from Arrow Clothing & Mint + Major, while connecting with Amazing Women! Light bites, Cocktails, Photo booth & More! Hosted By: Alexis Wilkins- Life Style & Body Postive Blogger.
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2019 Motor Trend International Auto Show Baltimore
Feb 7: noon – 9 p.m. Feb 8 and 9: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Feb 10: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Baltimore Convention Center
One West Pratt Street, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
500 shiny new cars, trucks, crossovers and SUVs will be waiting when the 2019 Motor Trend Auto Show in Baltimore opens its doors, Thursday, February 7 at the Baltimore Convention Center. If you’re looking to buy a new ride in 2019, the Auto Show is the best
place to start, with an incredible array of models to check out in a no-pressure environment. Kick the tires, adjust the rearview, put the seat back – then get on the road with a test drive. By the end of your visit, you’ll be ready to visit the dealership with
confidence! Bring the whole family – kids under 12 years of age get in free. Outlandishly pricey dream cars from the likes of Lamborghini, Bentley and McLaren in the DuPont Registry display. High-end cars courtesy of Euro Auto Group. Tricked out, modded, and customized rides from expert gearheads at the Livewire Custom Showcase.
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The Nevermore: A Baltimore Inspired Valentine’s Market
11AM – 4PM
R. House
301 W 29th St, Baltimore
The Nevermore: A Baltimore Inspired Valentine’s Market is a fundraiser for Women’s Advocacy Coalition: Baltimore. The market is at R. House in Baltimore on February 10th from 11-4. Come out and get unique gifts from local Baltimore.

Lunar New Year Celebration
11AM – 4PM
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
Each year, cultures throughout Asia celebrate the start of the lunar calendar with fanfare and festivity. Join us this year as we honor those traditions to celebrate the Year of the Pig. Enjoy art activities and performances, a zodiac scavenger hunt through the Arts of Asia collection, and an exciting show from the Johns Hopkins University Yong Han Lion Dance Troupe on the Sculpture Court. Representatives from the The Chinatown Collective will be present from 1 p.m.–4 p.m. encouraging attendees to learn about the history of Baltimore’s Asian American Pacific Islander communities. Free!

Crafts & Brews Maker Market
12PM – 3PM
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 West 41st Street, Baltimore
Get crafty at BaM Co Create‘s handcrafted market at UNION Craft Brewing in Baltimore, featuring mini workshop demos where you can get a taste of new projects, plus a market to shop small and support your local maker! There will also be opportunities for you to win goods from our makers at a raffle! (with a portion of the sales donated to BARCS Animal Shelter!) While you’re here, be sure to get a taste of what’s on tap at Union Craft Brewing and check out their wonderful Collective that includes vendors like Well Crafted Kitchen, Vent Coffee Roasters, and The Charmery. It’s the ultimate way to shake off the winter blues, shop for your valentine or galentine, and get crafty!
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5th Annual Chili Cook Off
1PM – 5PM
Barcocina
1629 Thames St, Baltimore
Please join us for our 5th Annual Chili Cook Off on Sunday February 10th! Tickets are only $5 per person and include admission to the event, discounted featured cocktails from Ilegal Mezcal, beer specials as well as discounted food specials. This is a perfect opportunity to warm up from the February cold and try a bunch of great Chili! Escape the winter and enjoy as much chili as you can taste! Chefs will be preparing their chili from 1pm – 3pm and judging will commence from 3pm – 5pm. Whichever chef has the most votes wins! Please note that from 1-3pm the chefs are not giving out samples to taste. We will have some fun chili specials to try.
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Everything is Wonderful
Jan 29 – Feb 24, Wed & Thr 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore
When an Amish couple’s two sons are killed in a car accident, the family struggles to maintain their faith and cling to their way of life. In an act of unfathomable forgiveness, they take in Eric, the wayward young driver of the car. But Eric’s mistake cracks open the family’s dark history and brings home their eldest daughter, Miri, who was excommunicated five years earlier. Miri returns to find her family in shambles, the man who killed her brothers living in the barn, and the man who drove her away intent upon marrying her younger sister. Without a way forward, this insular community must seek to heal the deep wounds of the past, forcing everyone into a new kind of reckoning. By Chelsea Marcantel and Directed by Noah Himmelstein.
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And Then There Were None
Jan 11-Feb 10, Fri-Sat 8PM, Sun 2PM
Vagabond Players, Inc.
806 S Broadway, Baltimore
Ten seeming strangers with suspicious pasts are brought together on a remote island that turns into a deathtrap where an unknown assassin executes them one by one. The Queen of Mystery (whose The Mousetrap thrilled Vagabond Players’ audiences five seasons ago) once again delivers a compelling puzzle with enough twists and turns to keep you gripped in your seat until the very, very end.
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Zach Redler: The Falling and the Rising
Feb 7-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 3PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
Peabody Chamber Opera: Samuel Mungo, stage director
Peabody Chamber Opera Orchestra: JoAnn Kulesza, conductor
Zach Redler: The Falling and the Rising is a poignant story reminds us that the military is a microcosm of the culture at large. The Falling and the Rising, by Zach Redler, tells of a young soldier and mother as she struggles through injury.
$25 adults, $15 seniors, $10 students
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Time Travel Tours at the Peale
Jan 4-Mar 3, Time slots starting at Thu 6PM, Fr-Sat 12PM, Sun 3PM
The Peale Center
225 N Holliday St, Baltimore
After receiving detailed plans from future time travelers, the Peale has completed construction on a 200-year time machine, which works by opening a portal into the past. We now offer guided Time Travel Tours to Rembrandt Peale’s study in the year 1819. Tours are currently led by David London, who will accompany you on your journey, and illuminate the many wonders that await you inside.
There are several Time Travel Tour options for your to choose from:
FULL-LENGTH THU-SUN – Each 90-minute tour includes the history of the Peale family and their museums, an introduction to our Time Machine, and up to 50 minutes of actual Time Travel! Guests first must work to activate the Time Machine, before stepping back in time to 1819.
FRIDAY LUNCHTIME NOON – 1PM – Need a quick escape? After a brief overview of our time machine, enjoy a quick reprieve from your workday by traveling back in time. When you return, you will be one-hour closer to the weekend!
SUNDAY TEA TIME 3PM – 5PM – Enjoy all the perks of our full-length Time Travel Tours, but spend an additional 30 minutes in Rembrandt Peale’s studio to enjoy tea, crackers, cookies, jokes, and a brief magic performance. Your ticket includes a contribution to our “Pay It Backwards” campaign.
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Mozart Symphony No. 40
Feb 8-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 3PM
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Young Taiwanese-American violinist Paul Huang, winner of the 2017 Lincoln Center Award for Emerging Artists, takes center stage for Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto. Requiring tons of technical bravura, this concerto exudes Russian Romanticism with a touch of Gershwin. Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 is one of the composer’s best-loved symphonies. The program concludes with Chabrier’s sparkling España and Beethoven’s thrilling Leonore Overture No. 3.
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Giacomo Puccini: Il Trittico
Feb 7-9 at 7:30PM. Feb 10 at 4PM
Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall
1 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Garnett Bruce, stage director. Peabody Opera Theatre Orchestra: Joseph Young, conductor Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Artistic Director of Ensembles. Giacomo Puccini’s trilogy Il Trittico features the antics of Gianni Schicchi – a cunning character stripped from Dante’s Inferno –alongside two other stories of tragic, jealous love (Il Tabarro) and poignant grief (Suor Angelica).
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Thea Brown and Jane Satterfield Poetry Reading (and open mic)!
4PM – 6PM
Bird in Hand Charles Village
11 E 33rd Street, Baltimore
The HOT L Open poetry series presents Thea Brown & Jane Satterfield, with open mic for poetry! The HOT L Open, a monthly reading on Second Sundays, is co-sponsored by Smartish Pace magazine and the Baltimore Poets Theater. Open Mic: bring one poem of no longer than 3 minutes and read to the group!

Mounted Tropicals Workshop
5:30PM – 7PM
B.Willow
220 West 27th, Baltimore
Learn how to mount a tropical of your choice on repurposed treated wood from Oak Hill Sawmill. We’ll have a variety of low-light and bright-light tropicals to choose from. Whichever plant you choose will be suited to stay on the board for a few years before needing to be replanted. We will be using treated wood that is able to sustain continual watering. Each participant will receive a board pre-drilled with screws that is ready for mounting your tropical plant. Participants will also receive 15% off plants during the workshop. $55 ticket includes all materials. For beverages during the workshop, feel free to BYOB!
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Dinner at foraged. Farm to Table with wines of Burgundy
6:30PM – 9:30PM
foraged eatery
3520 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore
This is a private event for members of the Wine and Food Society of Baltimore and their guests. A special two-night event! Mid-Winter Comfort Foods & Wines at foraged. – a hyper seasonal eatery. Hosted by The Wine and Food Society of Baltimore. Interested in joining the society? Message us on facebook!

‘WHIPLASH’ – Free Metal Show!
7PM – ?
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Featuring: Offensive & Cyber Strike w/ Burning Shadows, & Emerge A Tyrant.
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Romper Room
7PM – 7:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
BIG University instructors and up-and-coming students share the stage. All BIG Shows are FREE!! But please reserve so we know you’re coming!

F*CK Your Work Week
7:30PM – 8:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Sunday Night. Your last gasp of freedom before the start of the work week. Enjoy it with an improv comedy show that will celebrate the best of your work week or find the funny in the insanity of your 9-to-5. We’ll shake you out of your anxiety-filled Sunday evening with a lineup of amazing improv comedy featuring After School Grandma and special guests A ++. All BIG Shows are FREE! But please reserve so we know you’re coming!

Concrete Island: a Play of J G Ballard’s novel
Feb 8-17, Fri – Sun 8PM – 9PM
The Mercury Theater
1823 N Charles St, Baltimore
Concrete Island, a play directed by Connor Kizer, adapted by Nick Vyssotsky. Robert Land recklessly crashes his car while speeding down the highway. Wounded, he is stranded for days, until he is discovered by two people living on the concrete island that he is abandoned on. Worlds collide, and no one will be the same again. This play deals with intense situations, please be advised. Starring Dave Iden, Madison Coan, and Aaron Estes.
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Get Silly Sundays Comedy Night
8PM – 11PM
The Lou Costello Room
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Get Silly Sundays Comedy Night! A comedy open mic bringing some of the best talent in the country. Door open at 7:30PM Show Begins at 8:00PM.

Enjoy!

– Lindsey

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