Things to do in Baltimore this week 5/20/19

Here in Baltimore it’s an excellent week for theatre plus a long weekend is coming! Make sure you see Queens Girl in the World and Queens Girl in Africa at Everyman Theatre. I’ve seen both and they are amazing! Don’t miss out. Two great premieres this week! Go check out 10x10x10 2019 at Fells Point Corner Theatre and vote on your favorite play. Then check out Welcome to Shakesville from Baltimore Rock Opera Society. I will have a lot of catching up to do when I return because I don’t want to miss either of these plays!

It’s finally here! I’m leaving for Italy on Wednesday. Follow my adventure on Instagram. It’s going to be full of food and wine pictures. I’ve attempted to pre-load the next 2 weeks of posts as much as I can. I won’t be checking my messages while I’m out and won’t be able to add anything that hasn’t already been sent to me. Sorry!

Monday, May 20

Walk the Murals of Station North
10AM – 10:45AM OR 11AM – 1PM
Greenmount Coffee Lab
1400 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore
For our tour, we will meet at the Greenmount Coffee Lab at Open Works Bmore, a maker space with a parking lot and coffeehouse. Don’t miss the electronic photo booth on the south wall in the lobby (it’s free!); a great way to commemorate your tour and the pic will be waiting in your email inbox. After guests have checked in, we will then walk to about 60 points of interest, seeing quite a lot of street art, but also learning the history of this often overlooked urban landscape. We will enjoy a walking a loop of about 2.5 miles with a small pit stop towards the end for refreshment before heading back to open works. On this walk, we will enjoy the alleyways, parks, and farms of the often underrated, but constantly surprising revitalized neighborhood of Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Locals and travelers alike will enjoy this very instagrammable look at a gem of a neighborhood. Depending on the size of the group and speed of walking the time for finishing might be slightly later. There are periodical trivia questions and easter eggs hidden along the way – be ready to get competitive and rewarded with candy!
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Baltimore Trolley Tour
11AM & 1PM
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light St, Baltimore
The original Baltimore Trolley Tour takes you through the neighborhoods that comprise downtown Baltimore. The tour showcases the city’s role in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 (“The Star-Spangled Banner” story), the Industrial Revolution and the preservation of historic architecture, monuments and waterfront neighborhoods. Along the way, you’ll discover why Baltimore is still making history. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure.
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AJ’s Bay Night
4PM – 10PM
AJ’s on Hanover
1500 South Hanover Street, Baltimore
Every Monday through the end of September will be known as “Bay Night” featuring all of your favorite seafood dishes with an AJ’s twist. We can’t wait to show you what our Chef John Thomas Wood has lined up on the menu. Mussels in an Old Bay OR Cajun broth, crab cakes, buck a shuck oysters, poke bowls, beer battered rockfish sandwiches, the “Seafood Boil”, a full pound of steamed shrimp, clams, mussels, chorizo sausage, and corn in a Cajun broth sprinkled with Old Bay. AND to wash it all down $6 crushes from open to close.

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!

Brandon Woody’s Upendo
7PM & 9PM
Keystone Korner Baltimore
1350 Lancaster Street, Baltimore
Brandon Woody’s UPENDO makes their Keystone Korner Baltimore debut! Hailed by the Baltimore Sun as one of the region’s top up and coming performing artists in 2015, Brandon Woody is a proud alum of the Baltimore School for the Arts who has performed with numerous musical luminaries including Craig Alston, Stefon Harris, Danilo Perez, Terri-Lyne Carrington, Steve Wilson, Essiet Essiet, John Pattituci, Ed Simon, Warren Wolf, and Tarus Mateen.
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Teavolve Open Mic w Music With Susan and Ray
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. 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 Music With Susan and Ray down from Massachusetts. Musical partners since 2000, Susan J. Berman and Ray Saunders deliver an eclectic mix of original and cover songs with their unique instrumental style, vocal harmonies and palpable chemistry.

Monday Trivia at MaGerk’s – New Independent Trivia Night
7:30PM – 9:30PM
MaGerk’s Pub
1061 S Charles St, Baltimore
Ours is an independent Trivia Night written specifically for the venue/audience each week. We try to write a rounded game that finds the right balance between challenging and fun, while avoiding too many gimmes or complete guesses. Generally speaking, people seem to really enjoy it and we’ve been pretty successful with consistent crowds, and a loyal following in Hampden, and Mt. Vernon, so we are very excited to be invited to bring the game to Federal Hill!!We’ll be playing at MaGerk’s every Monday in the back bar. It’s free to play (of course), and like any good Trivia Night, we’ll have loads of food and drink specials. We will also have a prize for the best overall team, as well as one for the highest placing small team so it’s good for groups of all sizes. We’d love to have you join us, so definitely consider checking it out if you’re in or around Federal Hill on Monday’s.

Cinematic Reading Series #5: Spaceballs
8PM – 11PM
Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Join us the third Monday of the month at Motor House to hear your favorite film scripts read by an ever changing rotation of Baltimore’s best performers. Up next in our series is Mel Brook’s SPACEBALLS: “In a distant galaxy, planet Spaceball has depleted its air supply, leaving its citizens reliant on a product called “Perri-Air.” In desperation, Spaceball’s leader President Skroob orders the evil Dark Helmet to kidnap Princess Vespa of oxygen-rich Druidia and hold her hostage in exchange for air. But help arrives for the Princess in the form of renegade space pilot Lone Starr and his half-man, half-dog partner, Barf.” Admission is FREE and the Motor House’s Showroom Bar will be open for business.

The Session Hosted By Clarence Ward III
8:30PM – ?
Terra Cafe Bmore
101 E 25th St, Baltimore
This event is a weekly Jazz Jam Session created and hosted by Baltimore’s own Saxophonist and Trumpeter Clarence Ward III. Each and every week some of finest musicians from Baltimore, Dc, Va and as far as Ny come to partake in this weekly Gathering of musical expression. There is NO cover and all you have to do is tip the band. There is NO OTHER PLACE in this town offering such a high level of music for free. Come check it out!

Tuesday, May 21

Baltimore Trolley Tour
11AM & 1PM
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light St, Baltimore
The original Baltimore Trolley Tour takes you through the neighborhoods that comprise downtown Baltimore. The tour showcases the city’s role in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 (“The Star-Spangled Banner” story), the Industrial Revolution and the preservation of historic architecture, monuments and waterfront neighborhoods. Along the way, you’ll discover why Baltimore is still making history. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure.
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Yappier Hours on the Patio!
5PM – 9PM
Gunther & Co.
3650 Toone St, Baltimore
Yappier Hour returns to benefit Canton Dog Park! EVERY Tuesday we invite you and your furry friends to enjoy drinks and food on our patio. $2 from every Tito’s Vodka cocktail will benefit the park!

Shakin’ Balls for the Animals!
6:30PM – 9:30PM
The Local Oyster
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
This month’s FUNdraiser in support of Maryland SPCA. We’ll be shaking balls & wagging tails to support our furry friends! Join Nikki Coxx and friends at The Local Oyster for a FUNdraising good time for the animals!! The Maryland SPCA will have great prizes for each of the 5 rounds of BINGO! Nikki’s special cohost is the scandalous Pariah Sinclair!! Pariah Sinclair is a Baltimore-based drag queen who has been performing for around 3 years. She is known for her campy, over the top performances. You can catch her hosting at Mixers for #KIKI, the first Friday of every month, as well as at Sidebar for Scandalous Saturday’s, the second Saturday of every month. Come early & enjoy Be Happy Hour specials from 4pm-7pm $3 PBR, $5 Wine and $1.50 oysters! Nikki Coxxtails and 1lb Mussels are on Special ALL NIGHT! Don’t forget to stick around for the final BLACKOUT Jackpot Bingo!

Matthew Whitaker Quartet
7PM & 9PM
Keystone Korner Baltimore
1350 Lancaster Street, Baltimore
Born in 2001 in Hackensack, NJ, Matthew Whitaker grew up surrounded by music. His love for playing music first began at the young age of 3, after his grandfather gave him a small Yamaha keyboard. At 9, Matthew began teaching himself how to play the Hammond B3 organ. Four years later, he became the youngest artist to be endorsed by Hammond in its 80+ year history. He was also named a Yamaha Artist at 15, becoming the youngest musician to join the stellar group of jazz pianists.
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Tap Takeover Tuesday : RAR + Music Bingo
7PM – 9:30PM
AMBER
900 E Fort Ave. Suite C., Baltimore
Join us for a new fun twist on regular bingo, MUSIC BINGO!!! Our taps will be loaded with the latest and greatest from RAR. Bring your daubers and your beer geek co-workers. Come thirsty and ready to win prizes from RAR Brewing and AMBER.

Tuesday Night Trivia at Wicked Sisters
7PM – 9PM
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!

Tuesday Trivia at Waverly Brewing Company
7PM – 9PM
Waverly Brewing Company
1625 Union Avenue Suite C, Baltimore
Each season there are tons of cash & prizes to the top 3 teams! Once you create a team, you’ll get your own team page. By default, the player who registers the team becomes the team Captain, but you can transfer ownership at anytime. The team Captain has the ability to invite (or remove) players to the team, upload a team photo, edit the team name or slogan, and choose the locations at which you play. We’ll take care of uploading your game stats. From the team page, you can view your location standings, as well as your teams overall global ranking.
Register your team to participate

Lee’s Exclusive Whiskey Tasting featuring Whistle Pig!
7PM – 10PM
Lee’s Pint & Shell
2844 Hudson Street, Baltimore
Join us for our next Exclusive Whiskey Tasting Featuring Whistle Pig.
• Whistle Pig Tasting with a Whistle Pig Ambassador • Signature Whistle Pig Cocktails
• Whiskey-Inspired Food  • 375ML Bottle of Whistle Pig
$65 Tickets are on sale now at Lee’s Pint & Shell

Tenor Cooper Joseph Kendall and Pianist Pierre-Nicolas Colombat
7:30PM – 10:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Presenting two classics of the art song repertoire: obert Schumann’s Op. 39 Liederkreis and Francis Poulenc’s Banalités. The rest of the program will feature songs by Schubert and Fauré. The duo will present this program throughout a few east coast venues and this will be the only Baltimore appearance! Cooper Joseph Kendall is a 22 year old tenor from Connecticut. In the fall, Cooper will be a second year masters candidate at Mannes in New York City, where he studies with Arthur Levy and Tony Manoli. Cooper received his Undergraduate degree in voice at NEC in Boston, where he played roles in productions such as Don Giovanni and Serse, studying with Jane Eaglen.
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Harold Night at BIG
7:30PM – 9PM
Baltimore Improv Group at 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. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. 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.

Queens Girl in the World
May 7 – June 23, Various Times
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Caleen’s Queens Girl in AfricaQueens Girl in the World chronicles the misadventures of bright-eyed, brown-skinned Jacqueline Marie Butler, whose sudden transfer from a protective, middle class late-1950s upbringing in Queens to a progressive, predominantly-Jewish private school in Greenwich Village, adds comical confusion to her already quizzical, fish-out-of-water adolescence. Lively and poignant—and punctuated with the irresistible sound of Motown—Queens Girl in the World tags along for a young woman’s journey of self-discovery, at the onset of Civil Rights-era social change.
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Backbar Movies | Clerks (1994)
8PM – 10PM
Paulie Gee’s Hampden
3535 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore
Twofer Drink Specials & Food Specials From 5pm to Close. No children under age 12 allowed in the back bar.

Extra Credit: An Improv JAM!
9PM – 10PM
Baltimore Improv Group at 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, right after the Harolds!

Drunken Prayer / Rod Henry at The Lou Costello Room at Zissimos
10PM – 1AM
The Lou Costello Room
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Solo show with Rodney Henry. “Morgan Geer is the real thing— a songwriter with a heart as deep as the Marianas Trench and as sensitive as the wet hands of a raccoon.” – Rennie Sparks, The Handsome Family

Wednesday, May 22

Walk the Murals of Station North
10AM – 10:45AM OR 11AM – 1PM
Greenmount Coffee Lab
1400 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore
For our tour, we will meet at the Greenmount Coffee Lab at Open Works Bmore, a maker space with a parking lot and coffeehouse. Don’t miss the electronic photo booth on the south wall in the lobby (it’s free!); a great way to commemorate your tour and the pic will be waiting in your email inbox. After guests have checked in, we will then walk to about 60 points of interest, seeing quite a lot of street art, but also learning the history of this often overlooked urban landscape. We will enjoy a walking a loop of about 2.5 miles with a small pit stop towards the end for refreshment before heading back to open works. On this walk, we will enjoy the alleyways, parks, and farms of the often underrated, but constantly surprising revitalized neighborhood of Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Locals and travelers alike will enjoy this very instagrammable look at a gem of a neighborhood. Depending on the size of the group and speed of walking the time for finishing might be slightly later. There are periodical trivia questions and easter eggs hidden along the way – be ready to get competitive and rewarded with candy!
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Harbor Market
11AM – 2PM
Mckeldin Square
101 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Leave the PB&J or microwave lunch at home and join us every Wednesday and Friday from 11am-2pm at McKeldin Square for tasty food options from a variety of food trucks!

Baltimore Trolley Tour
11AM & 1PM
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light St, Baltimore
The original Baltimore Trolley Tour takes you through the neighborhoods that comprise downtown Baltimore. The tour showcases the city’s role in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 (“The Star-Spangled Banner” story), the Industrial Revolution and the preservation of historic architecture, monuments and waterfront neighborhoods. Along the way, you’ll discover why Baltimore is still making history. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure.
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Wine’d Down Wednesdays
4PM – 12AM
Back Yard Baltimore
131 S. Schroeder St., Baltimore
Come every Wednesday for ‘Wine’d Down Wednesdays’ – 1/2 off Wines by the Bottle.

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

Social Drinking: Reverse Happy Hour at La Calle
5PM – 10PM
La Calle
10 South Street, Baltimore
JUMP START YOUR MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND SOCIAL DRINKING STYLE WITH REVERSE HAPPY HOUR AT LA CALLE RESTAURANT!
How it works: RSVP, Check-in for your wristband when you arrive, Enjoy Happy Hour Specials from 5pm-10pm (full menu will also be available)
Standard Social Drinking Rules Apply: Must be 21 or older, Drinking isn’t mandatory but it tends to make things interesting, Make at least one new friend, Pictures with strangers are highly encouraged and we’d love to see them. Feel free to post to our Facebook page. Drink Responsibly! Please utilize Lyft, Uber, or a Taxi Service if you are unable to drive!

Our Time of the Month Happy Hour
5:30PM – 8:30PM
Wayward Smokehouse
1117 S Charles St, Baltimore
Our Time of the Month is teaming up with Belle Isle Moonshine and Wayward Smokehouse to host a happy hour for Feastival! It’s cocktails for a good cause, what could be better? Sample Belle Isle’s premium moonshine, grab yourself some BBQ, learn more about Feastival and the work the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation at Our Time of the Month’s first event in Federal Hill. No tickets required. Feastival is an afternoon worth savoring and celebrating Baltimore’s extraordinary culinary accomplishments. Join fellow foodies at the Sandlot Baltimore to feast on delectable bites by the city’s hottest chef talent and sip stylish cocktails by Baltimore’s Bartenders Guild and local craft brews. With refreshing sights and sounds, relish in this epicurean adventure. Tickets are all inclusive with proceeds benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Chef Egg Live: Italian Al Fresco
6:30PM – 9PM
Blue Moon Cafe
1024 Light Street, Baltimore
Join Chef Egg and step into a new culinary season. Spring is here and it is time to work with new vibrant flavors and techniques. You are going to get the tips and tricks of professional chefs as you make your own potato gnocchi and pair it with a spicy arugula and Parmesan salad and homemade chicken picatta. Top it all off with classic canolli, scented with orange and vanilla. These are classic and easy recipes that will take your cooking skills to the next level and amaze your friends and family.
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Kokedama Building Workshop
6:30PM – 8PM
B.Willow (Remington)
220 West 27th Street, Baltimore
Kokedamas, aka “moss balls” are a Japanese style of planting, using moss and specialized soil wrapped around the roots of a plant. These can be hung or set on a dish, creating a beautiful & natural looking way to grow your plants! Each participant will choose their own plant, and learn how to create a kokedama to hang or sit on a surface. $40 ticket includes all supplies. Attendees will also receive 15% off plants in the shop. For beverages during the workshop, feel free to BYOB!
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Cyrus Chestnut/Buster Williams/Lenny White Trio
May 22 & 23, 7PM & 9PM
Keystone Korner Baltimore
1350 Lancaster Street, Baltimore
The soulfully swinging pianist, Cyrus Chestnut joins the legendary rhythm section of bassist Buster Williams and drummer Lenny White.
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Ready Set AnNOversary
7PM – 10PM
The Lou Costello Room
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Ready, Set, No is turning one year old and we are celebrating by kicking off a new monthly show that features a lineup of all indie improv troupes! Ready Set No will headline!

2001: A Science Comedy
7:30PM – 8:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
What happens when an advanced artificial intelligence is tasked with making improv? Come find out in this science-based exploration of comedy filled with laughter and learning. Note: BIG is not responsible for any robot uprisings that may occur as a result of this show. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming. “2001: A Science Comedy” 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.

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!

Charm City BINGO Wednesdays
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Full Tilt Brewing
5604 York Road, Baltimore
Join us every Wednesday for Bingo at the taproom! 6 rounds of free-to-play bingo with Charm City Bingo as your host and beer and prizes to sweeten the deal!

Charles Village Trivia Night
7:30PM – 10PM
Red Star Charles Village
3224 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore
Come join us as we welcome Charm City Trivia to our Red Star family. Every Wednesday, we will have them in-house orchestrating some of the best trivia in the city! Drinks, gift cards, 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.

May’s Astronomy On Tap, Baltimore – Black Holes!
7:30PM – 10PM
De Kleine Duivel
3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore
May’s Astronomy on Tap in Baltimore will cover the topic of the recent big space news – black holes! Local astronomers will give accessible & engaging science talks on these awe-inspiring objects, and how we observe them (with equally awe-inspiring beers)! The event is FREE ENTRY, plus free astronomy swag on offer too, welcome to all (ages 21+). On tap for this month’s AoT, we have:
(1) Erini Lambrides, researcher and Space Fellow at Johns Hopkins who will tell us exactly what *is* a black hole.
(2) Dr Eileen Meyer, assistant professor at UMBC, who will explain how the recent news-grabbing image of black hole M87* was achieved.
(3) Kirsten Hall, researcher and Space Fellow at Johns Hopkins who will describe the effects black holes have on their galaxies in their rebellious years, as quasars.
We will also have astronomy trivia during our intermission, so bring your thinking caps and your favorite trivia team!

Improv Bingo Night at Full Tilt Brewing
7:30PM – 9PM
Full Tilt Brewing
5604 York Road, Baltimore
Enjoy all the laughter, pure enjoyment, and side splittin’ entertainment of improv with a twist! Improv Bingo combines every octogenarian’s favorite pastime with live comedy. How does it work? Each audience member will get a bingo card full of a wide range of improv tropes and things they might see on stage (e.g. people playing animals, tag outs, a job interview scene, someone dying on stage etc.) You’ll watch three improv teams perform and look for things to check off on your card. If you get five in a row, you’ll WIN A PRIZE! Come see thrilling sets from Chicken S#it Bingo and Topiary, sip on delicious brews from Full Tilt Brewing, and compete to win!

Bingo for a Cause
7:30PM – 10:30PM
The Charles Baltimore
1110 South Charles Street, Baltimore
Bingo is back on Wednesday nights! This time we’re partnering with local non-profits because we all know you love drinking for a cause. The schedule below will be updated weekly with the non-profit partner for that night. Remember, the more you drink, the more we donate! Who said brunch can only happen on the weekends? At the Charles we will be pouring BOTTOMLESS Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, Sangria, and Orange Crushes for $15 every Wednesday night. If that isn’t enough, the Charles’ will also be featuring $5 Bingo Bombs. Haven’t made dinner plans? Seating opens at 7:30pm, featuring the Charles’ exclusive Wednesday night Brinner menu. Come join us for endless drinks, fun prizes, and a guaranteed good time.

Queens Girl in Africa
May 14 – June 23, Various Times
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Jennings’s Queens Girl in the World, Queens Girl in Africa follows the infectiously spirited Jacqueline Marie Butler as she finds herself at a crossroads of personal and political upheaval when her family ups and moves to Nigeria following the assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X (a close personal family friend). Entertaining and uplifting, Queens Girl in Africa captures an unforgettable moment in time for a teenager abroad—when questions of self and place intertwine with the realities of homework and hormones as Jacqueline assuredly, hilariously navigates the energy, excitement, and unpredictability of the 1960s.
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QUEENS GIRL IN THE WORLD
May 7 – June 23, Various Times
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Caleen’s Queens Girl in AfricaQueens Girl in the World chronicles the misadventures of bright-eyed, brown-skinned Jacqueline Marie Butler, whose sudden transfer from a protective, middle class late-1950s upbringing in Queens to a progressive, predominantly-Jewish private school in Greenwich Village, adds comical confusion to her already quizzical, fish-out-of-water adolescence. Lively and poignant—and punctuated with the irresistible sound of Motown—Queens Girl in the World tags along for a young woman’s journey of self-discovery, at the onset of Civil Rights-era social change.
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Salsa y Bachata Wednesdays
8PM – 12AM
Sangria Patio Bar
930 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Learn to dance Salsa Bachata with absolutely the best of Baltimore. Then stay and practice with everyone! The best week night for Latin Dance in Charm City! $5 per class // 8:00 PM Bachata // 8:45 PM Salsa. Dance with DJ Raj starting 9:30. We invite you to a night of fantastic dance experience with the best dancers in Charm City in regular attendance. 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, is where it all goes down with tasty food, refreshing beverages. invigorating music, and alluring dances.
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Nate Hook Standards Quintet
8PM & 9:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Born and raised in Texas, Nate Hook’s music embodies the full tone and rich creativity of great horn players from the Lone Star State. Nate moved to NYC in 2012 and in 2013, he started the band “Progressive Overload,” which released their first album in fall 2016. As a resident of Baltimore, Natestudied with Gary Thomas and earned a performance degree from the Peabody Conservatory. He has worked in recent years with Ralph Peterson, Alex Norris, Paul Bollenback, and Bob Butta, just to name a few. In spring 2016, Nate played bass clarinet in Gary Thomas’ “Pariah’s Pariahs” ensemble.
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Merit / Up From Here / Subtastics / The Goddamned Beatles
8PM – 11:30PM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Feed The Scene Presents:
Merit (PA) – Pop Punk
Up From Here (FL) – Pop Punk
Subtastics (MD) – Power Punk
The Goddamn Beatles (MD) – Alicia from Canker Blossom
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The Fly – Holy Film-holies! #6
8:30PM – 1:30AM
Holy Frijoles
908 W 36th St, Baltimore
Science gone horribly wrong is always a good night at the movies and this week we have one of the absolute classics of the genre- Cronenburg’s The Fly. This cautionary tale is probably the reason we still haven’t developed teleportation technology. Cowardly scientists aren’t trying to turn into melty fly dudes. It’s been referenced and parodied in a million different places throughout the years and even turned into an opera because it’s just that awesome. Ever suspected that the upper class society are all just alien slug creatures feeding off the poor? Brian Yuzna definitely did and made a very literal movie about it. Stick around for Society and specifically its ending which has to be one of the greatest ever. Just remember the shunting.

Art of Comedy Open Mic
9PM – 11PM
Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Baltimore’s hottest open mic night is every Wednesday from 8 to 11 p.m. at Motor House. Sign up to try out 5 minutes of your material in the most welcoming room in the city. Produced by Ivan Martin, with host Garrett Harvest and music by DJ Dragon. 18+ For Explicit Content, Strong Language. Part of the Motor House Creative Crossroads Producer Residency, Producer: Ivan Martin.

Thursday, May 23

Baltimore Trolley Tour
11AM & 1PM
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light St, Baltimore
The original Baltimore Trolley Tour takes you through the neighborhoods that comprise downtown Baltimore. The tour showcases the city’s role in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 (“The Star-Spangled Banner” story), the Industrial Revolution and the preservation of historic architecture, monuments and waterfront neighborhoods. Along the way, you’ll discover why Baltimore is still making history. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure.
Buy Tickets Here

Pratt Street Market
11AM – 2PM
Pratt Street Farmers Market
100 Light St, Baltimore
Eating Lunch at your desk is sad…Enjoy fresh fruits, veggies, baked goods, and plenty of prepared food options from local vendors at the Pratt Street Market located outside of the Transamerica building every Thursday afternoon through September.

Maryland Deathfest XVII
May 23 – 26
Rams Head Live & Baltimore Soundstage
The concept of Deathfests is simple: to bring to the world the best and most extreme bands the underground has to offer. Never conforming to trends, or being limited by genre restrictions, we want to showcase what extreme music, both new and old, is capable of. With an emphasis on diversity, our festivals bring together the very best death metal, grindcore, doom, thrash, hardcore, black metal, and experimental bands from all around the world.
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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

15th Annual Patterson Park Wine at Sunset
6PM – 9PM
Friends of Patterson Park
27 S Patterson Park Ave, Baltimore
Join the Friends of Patterson Park for the 15th Annual Patterson Park Wine at Sunset! Our biggest annual fundraiser, this year’s event will feature wine and food pairings from some of Baltimore’s favorite restaurants, feature live music and a great silent auction – all in the light of the historic marble fountain!
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Alain Blanchon Portfolio Tasting
6PM – 8PM
Bin 604
604 South Exeter Street, Baltimore
Importer Alain Blanchon has a terrific selection of French wines. He will be here, at the Bin, to pour and speak about some of his favorites from his portfolio. This tasting will provide a good overview of France’s wine regions including the Loire Valley, Burgundy and Bordeaux with the occasional treat from South America and the west coast too! Tickets are $10 with a $5 credit toward featured wines.
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Network Under 40: Baltimore
6PM – 9PM
Nick’s Fish House
2600 Insulator Dr, Baltimore
Join us for an evening of networking when we head to Nick’s Fish House! They offer the freshest seafood, regional specialties, and the best steamed crabs in town. This venue will be the perfect location to help you make new friends and business contacts, as well as to go deeper with the familiar faces you’ve met at our previous events! We exist at the intersection of friendship and business. We understand that we live in a connection economy, and the foundation to success in career and personal life hinges on genuine relationships with real people. Our events are designed to help you build local community and turn transactional, tedious networking events into fun, meaningful experiences! We do this in different areas of town and vary our venue vibes so that you can choose which event is a fit for you.
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Hot Mulligan/Belmont/Kayak Jones/Fredo Disco/Future Teens
6PM – ?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
HOT MULLIGAN, with Belmont, Kayak Jones, Fredo Disco, and Future Teens.
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Crafted Series: Goat Cheese Workshop
6:30PM – 8:30PM
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 West 41st Street, Baltimore
Join Well Crafted Kitchen and UNION Craft Brewing as we welcome Pam Miller, co-owner of Charlottetown Farm for an evening of celebrating local! Learn about Charlottetown Farm, Goat Cheese, and Goat Cheese making while sampling a variety of Charlottetown Farm Goat Cheeses and Goat Milk Confections. Pam will demonstrate how to make Goat Cheese Ricotta. Tickets are limited. They include dinner from Well Crafted Kitchen (complete with pizzas made with Charlottetown Farm’s cheese) and a UNION Beer.
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Cyrus Chestnut/Buster Williams/Lenny White Trio
May 22 & 23, 7PM & 9PM
Keystone Korner Baltimore
1350 Lancaster Street, Baltimore
The soulfully swinging pianist, Cyrus Chestnut joins the legendary rhythm section of bassist Buster Williams and drummer Lenny White.
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On “Slapstick”
7PM – 9PM
Atomic Books
3620 Falls Rd, Baltimore
Vonnegut’s eighth novel, Slapstick envisions a post-apocalyptic future in which a pair of genius twins invent a new social order to cure the loneliness that is plaguing the world. One of Vonnegut’s more out-there science fiction tales, Slapstick did not achieve the critical acclaim of his earlier novels, but nonetheless is a creative romp that fleshes out some of Vonnegut’s sociological ideas about the importance of living in a “folk society” that he had encountered while a student at the University of Chicago. For Vonnegut enthusiasts, initiates, and the unacquainted; anyone interested in reading thoughtful and entertaining science fiction/literature with a humanistic bent. Join us for a casual discussion of “Slapstick” at Atomic Books.

Reading Tarot: Moving Beyond th Little White Book, Jessa Crispin
7PM – 9PM
Greedy Reads
1744 Aliceanna Street, Baltimore
If you have been wanting to deepen your engagement with the tarot, Jessa Crispin’s introductory workshop offers a meaningful experience with the deck. The class will be useful to those who are still using the Little White Book to keep all the cards straight and to those with more expertise. In this session participants will: Learn the archetypes and more complex meanings behind the Major Arcana. Move past rote memory information about the individual cards, uncovering new information about every card in the deck. Be introduced to the numerological, astrological, color theory, and elemental connections of the cards. Walk through how to put together a reading, including tricky issues like what to do with reversed cards, how to understand the connections between cards in a reading, using intuition rather than intellect to break-through to a more powerful understanding. Get hands on experience in reading for another person. Have one-on-one time with Crispin to answer lingering concerns and questions about your tarot practice. Learn how to create ritualistic space for tarot, create a daily practice, and integrate tarot more fully into your life. The workshop is structured with a lecture, a Q&A, and then the participants divide into small groups to practice reading on each other.
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BmoreArt Magazine Party
7:30PM – 9:30PM
The SNF Parkway / Maryland Film Festival
5 West North Avenue, Baltimore
Join us to celebrate Issue 07: Body featuring Fluid Movement, Sharayna Christmas, FORCE, Baltimore Vintage Shops, Power Decals, and more ! This event will be hosted at The Parkway Theatre and is an opportunity to celebrate in one of Baltimore’s architectural gems in style. Dress code is old school Hollywood glam. Have we mentioned they have best popcorn in Baltimore? Ticket includes an adult beverage, popcorn, photo booth, and the first opportunity to take home our latest issue.
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Queens Girl in Africa
May 14 – June 23, Various Times
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Jennings’s Queens Girl in the World, Queens Girl in Africa follows the infectiously spirited Jacqueline Marie Butler as she finds herself at a crossroads of personal and political upheaval when her family ups and moves to Nigeria following the assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X (a close personal family friend). Entertaining and uplifting, Queens Girl in Africa captures an unforgettable moment in time for a teenager abroad—when questions of self and place intertwine with the realities of homework and hormones as Jacqueline assuredly, hilariously navigates the energy, excitement, and unpredictability of the 1960s.
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Tornkid
May 23 – Jun 9, TR – Sat 8PM, Sun 4PM
Cohesion Theatre Company
923 S. East Avenue, Baltimore
Cohesion Theatre Company is excited to be partnering with the newly created Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective (BAPAC) on a world premiere play for the second performance of Cohesion’s 2019 Season. Devised with members of Cohesion and BAPAC, and written by playwright Katelynn Kenney, Tornkid draws on the power of Southeast Asian and Pacific Indigenous creation stories to explore identity and belonging and to unearth how ancient female narratives can provide guidance towards healing our broken world. Under the direction of Cara Hinh, with puppetry created by Cohesion Artistic Director, Jess Rassp, and masks created by Tara Cariaso, Tornkid promises to be a feast for the senses, and an exploration into a world rarely seen on the American stage. It follows the journey of Tornkid – a child of immigrants pulled between cultures – as they tear themselves in two and search for their other half in a land both familiar and unfamiliar.
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Variations on Myth – the 15th annual Variations Project
May 10 – 26, Thur – Fri 8PM – 10PM, Sun 3PM – 5PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
Baltimore’s original ten-minute play festival returns to Theatre Project with its 15th annual production, Variations on Myth. Come see full productions of world premiere plays by local authors, and vote to choose the theme for the 2020 Variations Project!
This year’s production will consist of these 12 amazing short plays: “Bolero” by Amy Bernstein, “Gorgonia” by Alexis M. Skinner, “(Un)Veiled” by Crystal Sewell, “The Hounds of Actaeon” by Casey Jacobs, “Savior” by Sharon Goldner, “Nothing Tastes as Good as Skinny Feels” by Katie Hileman, “Throwing Stuff at a God” by Emile Feldenzer, “You Lovely, Insatiable Thing” by Jen Diamond, “Match” by Tom Piccin, “Flesh or Stone” by Christine Demuth, “World Leader” by Tyrone Chapman & Archie Williams, and “Mind of God” by Jack L.B. Gohn.
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Vinegar Tom – Spotlighters
May 10 – June 2, Thurs – Sat 8PM – 10PM, Sun 2PM – 4PM
Spotlighters Theatre
817 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Witch Hunt: a community targets its weakest members as “other”, then uses law and religion to persecute and destroy them. It’s no coincidence the victims are female identified. What was true in 1670 is eerily true in 2018. A play about power, sex and witches by acclaimed British playwright Caryl Churchill. An intense journey back and forth through time, propelling us from the 17th to the 21st century to see just how much things have changed even as they remain the same.
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Kaki King in Baltimore
8PM – 10:30PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Hailed by Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself,” composer and guitarist Kaki King is a true iconoclast. Kaki King is known for her percussive and jazz-tinged melodies, energetic live shows, use of multiple tunings on acoustic and lap steel guitar, and her diverse range in different genres. Over the past 10 years, the Brooklyn-based artist has released six extraordinarily diverse and distinctive albums, and performed with such icons as Foo Fighters and Timbaland.
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BeatMarket at Waverly Brewing ft. Brain Rapp
8PM – 11PM
Waverly Brewing Company
1625 Union Avenue Suite C, Baltimore
Join us for a very special BeatMarket at Waverly Brewing Company with From The Heart Food Truck celebrating the release of Brain Rapp’s BLOOM album. If you haven’t been to a BeatMarket, producer vendors set up at tables with headphones for you to browse their catalog. Come to listen, buy beats, or simply to enjoy Brain Rapp’s closing performance. $5 general admission.
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The Wisdom Court Pre-Summer Jam Bash At The Ottobar
8PM – 12:30AM
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Back at it with The Pre Summer Jam Bash at the Ottobar w/ Hugga × Lights Out Crew × GAWDS × IconThaGod × Pirate B.A.E and Kyng Killa × 3d and Mousey × Kidd Kong × Yoda Fre$h and More!

Thirsty Thursdays at the Opera: Arias and Ales
8PM – 10PM
Baltimore Concert Opera
Enjoy an evening of opera highlights specially paired with beers with Baltimore Concert Opera at the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion of the Engineers Club! All selections are expertly planned to pair with the music. Featuring: Adrienne Danrich, Alyssa Cox, Nicole Lévesque, and Robin Steitz with Joy Schreier at the piano. Tickets are $29 before, or $35 at the door. Doors open at 7:30pm, show begins at 8pm. Must be 21+. Hotel Revival is the official hotel sponsor of this season’s Thirsty Thursday’s at the opera. Join us at Hotel Revival’s B-side Karaoke next door for a post-show party with food and drinks for purchase!
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Crosswinds w/ Here Goes Nothing, Twin Coffins, and More!
8PM – 12AM
Reverb
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Start off your long Memorial Day weekend with some pop-punk jumps and spin kicks! Featuring: CrosswindsMD (Baltimore MD fresh release of EP), Midfield (Philadelphia PA), Here Goes Nothing (Baltimore MD), Lotus Kid (Pittsburgh PA), and Twin Coffins (Baltimore MD). $10

Trajectory Dance Project: In Concert
8PM – 9:45PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
TRAJECTORY DANCE PROJECT, a Baltimore based dance ensemble, will present an evening of modern dance choreographed by director Alice Howes. The work focuses on the human condition: concepts of community and isolation, social justice, and the struggle to maintain relationships despite adversity. In this program they will perform “Hung Jury”, which depicts the tensions of the jury room, “Emptiness is All”, which contemplates the nature of our last moments, and “Take 5”, a movement riff performed to the famous jazz composition.
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The Arthouse Baltimore Comedy and Pints Night
8PM – 11PM
Arthouse
1115 West 36th Street, Baltimore
The Arthouse is a restaurant, bar and gallery in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore. We offer wood-fired, brick oven pizza, a full bar, and rotating shows and gallery events by local artists. As always Comedy and Pint Night is a Free Show. Donations are accepted! Seating at 730 pm. Sponsored Pints by Evolution Craft Brewing Company.
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Karaoke Nights with Bombalicious!
9PM – 2AM
Grand Central Nightclub Baltimore
1001 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Your new Thursday night habit is here! Join diva extraordinaire Bombalicious Eklaver for a night of stunning drag, unbothered singing, friendly company, and tipsy bliss! All are welcome! 9PM ’til close! Cheap drink specials!

Hollow Truths, I Remain, Eternal Carnage, Young Adult Friction
9PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Featuring: THE HOLLOW TRUTHSI REMAIN A PSYCHOTIC KILLERETERNAL CARNAGE, and YOUNG ADULT FRICTION. Doors @ 9 // First band @ 9:30. $8 over 21 // $10 under 21 or no ID. All ages!

Friday, May 24

Walk the Murals of Station North
10AM – 10:45AM OR 11AM – 1PM
Greenmount Coffee Lab
1400 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore
For our tour, we will meet at the Greenmount Coffee Lab at Open Works Bmore, a maker space with a parking lot and coffeehouse. Don’t miss the electronic photo booth on the south wall in the lobby (it’s free!); a great way to commemorate your tour and the pic will be waiting in your email inbox. After guests have checked in, we will then walk to about 60 points of interest, seeing quite a lot of street art, but also learning the history of this often overlooked urban landscape. We will enjoy a walking a loop of about 2.5 miles with a small pit stop towards the end for refreshment before heading back to open works. On this walk, we will enjoy the alleyways, parks, and farms of the often underrated, but constantly surprising revitalized neighborhood of Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Locals and travelers alike will enjoy this very instagrammable look at a gem of a neighborhood. Depending on the size of the group and speed of walking the time for finishing might be slightly later. There are periodical trivia questions and easter eggs hidden along the way – be ready to get competitive and rewarded with candy!
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Baltimore Trolley Tour
11AM & 1PM
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light St, Baltimore
The original Baltimore Trolley Tour takes you through the neighborhoods that comprise downtown Baltimore. The tour showcases the city’s role in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 (“The Star-Spangled Banner” story), the Industrial Revolution and the preservation of historic architecture, monuments and waterfront neighborhoods. Along the way, you’ll discover why Baltimore is still making history. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure.
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Harbor Market
11AM – 2PM
Mckeldin Square
101 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Leave the PB&J or microwave lunch at home and join us every Wednesday and Friday from 11am-2pm at McKeldin Square for tasty food options from a variety of food trucks!

Balticon 53
May 24 – 27
Balticon 53
202 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Over 300 Hours of Multi-Track Programming featuring authors, publishers, editors, artists, scientists, musicians and other creative Science Fiction luminaries. Join over sixteen hundred Science Fiction fans for the area’s largest and longest running convention of its kind! Visit our huge art show, dealer’s room, concerts, gaming room and video room. Everything Science Fiction and Fantasy in one huge package. Join members of the Baltimore Science Fiction Society as we embark on the second fifty years of Balticon, the premier non-profit, fan-run Science Fiction Convention in the Mid-Atlantic region.
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Maryland Deathfest XVII
May 23 – 26
Rams Head Live & Baltimore Soundstage
The concept of Deathfests is simple: to bring to the world the best and most extreme bands the underground has to offer. Never conforming to trends, or being limited by genre restrictions, we want to showcase what extreme music, both new and old, is capable of. With an emphasis on diversity, our festivals bring together the very best death metal, grindcore, doom, thrash, hardcore, black metal, and experimental bands from all around the world.
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Movie Night: An Evening of Short Films Connecting the Issues
6PM – 9PM
The Peale Center
225 Holliday Street, Baltimore
Join us for a Movie Night: An Evening of Short Films Connecting the Issues with Discussion in conjunction with the “No Walls, No Bans, No Borders” exhibition at the Peale. “No Walls, No Bans, No Borders” is a benefit photography and art exhibit featuring the work of Baltimore-based activists connecting ideas of the violence of capitalism, colonialism, and the racist/fascist state both locally here in Baltimore and globally. A portion of artist’s sales will go back to the groups doing the work on the ground. The theme focuses on the work being done to dismantle walls/bans/borders of oppression, whether through physical state walls, walls of a prison, walls of stigma, or institutional walls. This exhibition tell the story through the eyes of those on the ground doing the work. Sliding scale tickets, $5-$20.
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Time Travel Tours at the Peale
April 21 – June 30, Fri 12PM & 6PM, Sat 6PM, Sun 1PM, 3PM, 6PM
The Peale Center
225 N Holliday St, Baltimore
Activate our 200-year Time Machine and embark on a guided tour to Rembrandt Peale’s study in the year 1819! Time Travel Tours are led by curator, storyteller, historian and David London, who will accompany you on your journey, and illuminate the many wonders that await you inside. Each Time Travel Tour includes the history of the Peale family and their museums, an introduction to our Time Machine, and up to 40 minutes of actual Time Travel! Time Travel Tours are ideal for 2-10 guests, and there are several tour options for your to choose from. Time Travelers must be at least 13 years of age. Maximum 10 guests per tour. Discounts admission available for students, historians and artists. Interested in booking a Time Travel Tour at times other than those listed here? Schedule a private appointment and pick a time that works for you! Contact us at events@thepealecenter.org to schedule an appointment, or call 1-866-TME-TRVL!
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Kelly Bell Band at Summer Sounds
6PM – 9PM
Belvedere Square
540 E Belvedere Ave, Baltimore
Summer Sounds at Belvedere Square Presents: the Kelly Bell Band! It’s time to kick off the 2019 Summer Sounds concert series! As perpetual winners at the Maryland Music Awards, the Kelly Bell Band brings one the most expansive acts in the entire region with an electric combination of blues, funk, hip-hop and rock. Summer Sounds concerts at Belvedere Square are always free. Bring the whole family and enjoy the very best Baltimore has to offer in live music, food, arts and more!

Craft Your Own Cocktail
6:30PM – 8PM
Sagamore Spirit
301 E Cromwell St
Always wanted to learn how to make cocktails like the pros? Come join one of our tour guides as we walk you through the history of Sagamore Spirit and the process of how we make our Rye Whiskey. Gather in one of our tasting rooms with individual stations to make some of our signature cocktails. You’ll get hands-on in creating two cocktails that are easy enough to recreate at home. Get ready to have some fun and enjoy some thirst quenching cocktails! Tour includes a 30-minute distillery tour, followed by a 30-45-minute cocktail making course led by one of our Tour Guides.
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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), BRET RAYBOULD (Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Skankfest, San Francisco SketchFest, The Raybould Brothers), + MORE.
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Plant Bar Social Hour: Succulent Building!
7PM – 9PM
B.Willow (Canton)
2822 O’Donnell St, Baltimore
Join us at our Canton location for Plant Bar Social Hour! Grab some friends (or come solo!) and enjoy an evening of succulent planting, complimentary refreshments, 20% off one plant, and plenty of plant-loving new people to meet. We look forward to seeing you then! All supplies for succulent planting included. Feel free to BYOB! $25 per ticket. Please note, you do not need to arrive exactly at 7PM. Feel free to arrive anytime, but no later than 8:30!
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Black Girl Magic
7PM – 10PM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
This is a Pre-Mother’s Day Event To Honor the Woman, The Mothers Of Civilization Celebrated Through Song, Poetry, Hip-Hop and Dance. The Black Girl Magic Event Will Showcase an All-Star All Female Cast Of Performers, Some of the Cities Best Artists, Authors and Motivators. Woven Together to Create a Musical Masterpiece, A Poetic Expression that will Embody the Ancestors dating back to Harriet Tubman all the while Capturing the Essence Of Sandra Bland #SayherName!! This is Her Glory, Her Struggles, Her Journey and Her-Story. Bring the Whole Family Out to Enjoy and Embrace Black Girl Magic.
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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. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Friday Night Stand Up
7:30PM & 9PM
The Lou Costello Room
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Friday Night Stand Up every Friday night in The Lou Room! 4 great comedians for just $5. This week enjoy comedy from…Chris HudsonElizabeth Danger Norman, Robin HazelPlain Ol DLo, And your host Michael Furr. Followed by our ever popular Friday Night Late Night at 10:30 hosted by Ian Salyers. Draft beers and great drink specials all night!
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10x10x10 2019 at Fells Point Corner Theatre
May 24 – Jun 16, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 2PM
Fells Point Corner Theatre
251 S Ann St, Baltimore
Back for its SEVENTH installment, Fells Point Corner Theatre is delighted to bring you a fantastic lineup of hilarious and compelling 10-minute plays by local playwrights in our annual 10x10x10 Play Festival! In just two short hours, audiences will see 10 brand-new, fully-produced works presented by an ensemble of 10 of the area’s finest actors. At the end of each performance, audiences vote on their favorites as the playwrights compete for cash prizes!
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Welcome to Shakesville
May 24 – June 16, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 3PM
Baltimore Rock Opera Society
400 East Lexington Street, Baltimore
A groovy love letter to the 60s filled with puppets, magic, and rock n’ roll! Grab your board, blare your tunes and boogie down to the Baltimore Rock Opera’s Society furriest, feltiest, full-length rock opera yet! Welcome to Shakesville will teleport you back to 1965 and the dawn of psychedelia. Join our unsung heroine, Betty, as she falls down a rabbit hole in search of answers to rock and roll history’s greatest mystery: the disappearance of Jimmy Graves! Featuring a wild cast of people and puppets, it’ll have you twisting and shouting all the way home! Welcome to Shakesville is a hip and trippy journey filled with 1960s-style pop rock that explores the wondrous world of Shakesville; a colorful world where music is magic, but everything is not super groovy. As Betty explores this new world and learns about its troubles, we’ll explore the value of creativity as a means of personal expression and the joys of music. Welcome to Shakesville is also our first ever kid-friendly production, and has lots to enjoy for both kids and adults (Ages 6+).
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Tornkid
May 23 – Jun 9, TR – Sat 8PM, Sun 4PM
Cohesion Theatre Company
923 S. East Avenue, Baltimore
Cohesion Theatre Company is excited to be partnering with the newly created Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective (BAPAC) on a world premiere play for the second performance of Cohesion’s 2019 Season. Devised with members of Cohesion and BAPAC, and written by playwright Katelynn Kenney, Tornkid draws on the power of Southeast Asian and Pacific Indigenous creation stories to explore identity and belonging and to unearth how ancient female narratives can provide guidance towards healing our broken world. Under the direction of Cara Hinh, with puppetry created by Cohesion Artistic Director, Jess Rassp, and masks created by Tara Cariaso, Tornkid promises to be a feast for the senses, and an exploration into a world rarely seen on the American stage. It follows the journey of Tornkid – a child of immigrants pulled between cultures – as they tear themselves in two and search for their other half in a land both familiar and unfamiliar.
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QUEENS GIRL IN THE WORLD
May 7 – June 23, Various Times
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Caleen’s Queens Girl in AfricaQueens Girl in the World chronicles the misadventures of bright-eyed, brown-skinned Jacqueline Marie Butler, whose sudden transfer from a protective, middle class late-1950s upbringing in Queens to a progressive, predominantly-Jewish private school in Greenwich Village, adds comical confusion to her already quizzical, fish-out-of-water adolescence. Lively and poignant—and punctuated with the irresistible sound of Motown—Queens Girl in the World tags along for a young woman’s journey of self-discovery, at the onset of Civil Rights-era social change.
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Variations on Myth – the 15th annual Variations Project
May 10 – 26, Thur – Fri 8PM – 10PM, Sun 3PM – 5PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
Baltimore’s original ten-minute play festival returns to Theatre Project with its 15th annual production, Variations on Myth. Come see full productions of world premiere plays by local authors, and vote to choose the theme for the 2020 Variations Project!
This year’s production will consist of these 12 amazing short plays: “Bolero” by Amy Bernstein, “Gorgonia” by Alexis M. Skinner, “(Un)Veiled” by Crystal Sewell, “The Hounds of Actaeon” by Casey Jacobs, “Savior” by Sharon Goldner, “Nothing Tastes as Good as Skinny Feels” by Katie Hileman, “Throwing Stuff at a God” by Emile Feldenzer, “You Lovely, Insatiable Thing” by Jen Diamond, “Match” by Tom Piccin, “Flesh or Stone” by Christine Demuth, “World Leader” by Tyrone Chapman & Archie Williams, and “Mind of God” by Jack L.B. Gohn.
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Vinegar Tom – Spotlighters
May 10 – June 2, Thurs – Sat 8PM – 10PM, Sun 2PM – 4PM
Spotlighters Theatre
817 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Witch Hunt: a community targets its weakest members as “other”, then uses law and religion to persecute and destroy them. It’s no coincidence the victims are female identified. What was true in 1670 is eerily true in 2018. A play about power, sex and witches by acclaimed British playwright Caryl Churchill. An intense journey back and forth through time, propelling us from the 17th to the 21st century to see just how much things have changed even as they remain the same.
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The Diary of Anne Frank
April 26 – May 26, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company
7 South Calvert Street, Baltimore
This vital story asks us to remember a dark moment in world history through the eyes of a young girl: Poignant and powerful, Anne Frank’s hopes and dreams shine in her words penned while hiding during the Nazi invasion of the Netherlands. This recent adaptation, containing more of Anne’s original writing and more forthright about the characters’ Judaism, makes this play more necessary than ever.
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Amygdala (Ft Nicodxmvs) No Más / Toyomansi / Bust Down
8PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Amygdala (tx) San Antonio punks return with their crushing combination of hardcore/crust/screamo while out supporting a new full length album. This time they will be doing a collaboration set with Texas based electronic artist Nicodxmvs WITH LOCALS NO/MÁS – DC Grind, TOYOMANSI – Bmore Hip Hop, and BUST DOWN – Bmore screamo. $8 if 21+, $10 if under/no id

Ron Holloway Band with Squaring The Circle
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
The Ron Holloway Band is a 6-piece saxy, funk machine out of Washington DC. Combining sax driven jams along with soaring female vocals, intensely emotive guitar, and hard hitting grooves to deliver a full on funk, rocking show. Pulling from influences such as Sly & the Family Stone, Parliament Funkadelic, and other funk masters, RHB provides a blend of rock, funk, soul, and R&B grooves to hit you with a high-energy sound and presence. Joined by Squaring The Circle.
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Michael Formanek Elusion Quartet
8PM & 9:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Michael Formanek Elusion Quartet will perform music from the recent critically acclaimed release, “Time Like This” on Intakt Records. One marker of bassist Michael Formanek’s creativity and versatility is the range of distinguished musicians of several generations he’s worked with. While still a teenager in the 1970s he toured with drummer Tony Williams and saxophonist Joe Henderson; starting in the ’80s he played long stints with Stan Getz, Gerry Mulligan, Fred Hersch and Freddie Hubbard.
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Mobtown Shank presents: Caleb Stine, The Creachies, Tom Pettibon
8PM – ?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
The Mobtown Shank presents: Caleb Stine, The Creachies and Tom Pettibon with host Jim Meyer! Doors 8pm, Show 9pm, ALL AGES $10 admission
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Art After Hours
8PM – 11PM
The Baltimore Museum of Art
There’s no other night like it in Baltimore! Come to Art After Hours for an evening of drinks, music, art-making, and late-night access to galleries and special exhibitions. During the final weekend of Monsters & Myths, Art After Hours includes free admission to the popular exhibition of Surrealist masterworks (regularly $15), a free drink or food item, and much more, including: Experimental sound art with Tom Boram and Bonnie Jones. Musical performance by Hans Berg – and don’t miss Delights of an Undirected Mind closing May 26. Surreal games led by Baltimore artists Stephanie Barber and Beth Holladay. Cash bar with inspired cocktails and light bites by Gertrude’s Restaurant. Pop-up performances with costumes designed by Naomi Davidoff. This event is for adults ages 21 and older.
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BIG Mainstage Friday – improv comedy!
9PM – 10PM
Baltimore Improv Group at 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. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Guilty Pleasures
9PM – 1:45AM
Club Orpheus
1003 E Pratt St, Baltimore
We all have that playlist of songs that we pretend we don’t listen to but the second some says “I chimed in” you’re right there. No judgement. From Linkin Park and Evanescence to some Panic at the Disco, DJ Nevermore will be spinning all your guilty pleasure songs for you to sing your heart out to and dance your ass off. $5 cover gets you entry to one of the most iconic clubs in Baltimore, alternative tunes you won’t find elsewhere and unbeatable drink specials in Downtown Charm City.

Schwifty Bass
9PM – 1AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Infinite Sound Society Presents: Schwifty Bass “Rick & Morty Themed Cosplay Rave”.
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Mark Farina, DJ Who, dj LoveGrove
9PM – ?
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Mark Farina at Ottobar with guests DJ Who and dj LoveGrove.
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Saturday, May 25

Annual Tulip Dig at Sherwood Gardens
7AM – 11AM
Sherwood Gardens
4310 Underwood Rd, Baltimore
Bring your shovels or pitchforks and buckets or bags to the annual Sherwood Gardens Tulip Dig! Take the famous tulip bulbs home for $0.30 a bulb or purchase pre-dug bags of tulip bulbs starting at $5. And don’t forget to come see the tulips in full bloom from April-May! Proceeds from the sale of the tulip bulbs benefit historic Sherwood Gardens situated in the Olmstead designed Stratford Green. The famed tulip garden created by M. John W. Sherwood is preserved and maintained by Stratford Green, a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization.

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!

Poolside Yoga
8AM – 9AM
Sagamore Pendry Baltimore
1715 Thames Street, Baltimore
Practice poolside at the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore with BeachFit’s talented instructors! All summer long, we’ll have classes on Saturday mornings, happening right on the pool deck. Join us for a beautiful flow with stunning views of the water! Make sure you bring your own yoga mat and water for class! Clients are encouraged to sign up online to join our Pendry Yoga classes. Check the schedule to find your class and sign up! Walk-in clients can join but please note, space is limited and classes are first come first serve, so make sure you sign up today! $25
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Yoga at Cylburn
8:30AM – 9:30AM
Cylburn Arboretum Association
4915 Greenspring Ave, Baltimore
Saturday yoga on the lawn with instructors from Coppermine Racquet and Fitness Club! Free event. Bring your mat and get your Zen on. Meet on the lawn directly in front of the visitor parking lot. Weather dependent.

Bmore Flea Market
9AM – 1PM
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Opening May 18th from 9am to 1pm at the Baltimore Museum of Industry Farmers’ Market! 2 great markets in an amazing location, free to the public and free parking! Every Saturday May 18th- Oct. 12th

Walk the Murals of Station North
10AM – 10:45AM OR 11AM – 1PM
Greenmount Coffee Lab
1400 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore
For our tour, we will meet at the Greenmount Coffee Lab at Open Works Bmore, a maker space with a parking lot and coffeehouse. Don’t miss the electronic photo booth on the south wall in the lobby (it’s free!); a great way to commemorate your tour and the pic will be waiting in your email inbox. After guests have checked in, we will then walk to about 60 points of interest, seeing quite a lot of street art, but also learning the history of this often overlooked urban landscape. We will enjoy a walking a loop of about 2.5 miles with a small pit stop towards the end for refreshment before heading back to open works. On this walk, we will enjoy the alleyways, parks, and farms of the often underrated, but constantly surprising revitalized neighborhood of Station North Arts & Entertainment District. Locals and travelers alike will enjoy this very instagrammable look at a gem of a neighborhood. Depending on the size of the group and speed of walking the time for finishing might be slightly later. There are periodical trivia questions and easter eggs hidden along the way – be ready to get competitive and rewarded with candy!
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Baltimore Trolley Tour
11AM & 1PM
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light St, Baltimore
The original Baltimore Trolley Tour takes you through the neighborhoods that comprise downtown Baltimore. The tour showcases the city’s role in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 (“The Star-Spangled Banner” story), the Industrial Revolution and the preservation of historic architecture, monuments and waterfront neighborhoods. Along the way, you’ll discover why Baltimore is still making history. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure.
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Pints for Poe, Annual Event to Benefit The Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum
12PM – 4PM
DuClaw Brewing Co.
8901 Yellow Brick Rd Ste B, Baltimore
“Pints for Poe” is an annual event to support Baltimore’s Edgar Allan Poe House and Poe Baltimore’s education and outreach efforts. Music by Celtic Rock band Poehemia, plus food by Dèjá Roux and Greater Baltimore ACF, silent auction, prizes, and RavenBeer! Admission to this year’s event is free; donations to Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum / Poe Baltimore are appreciated. This event is sponsored by RavenBeer. 100% ID Check for all Beer sales. This event will also feature a silent auction offering lots of E.A. Poe-related art and merchandise. VIP packages are available for $45, which include a Poe House commemorative pint glass, discount on RavenBeer all afternoon, admission for 2 to The Poe House, and a mystery bag of Poe goodies and gifts! VIP packs on sale now!
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M&T Bank Presents: Brew at the Zoo
May 25 & 26, 1PM – 7PM
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
1 Safari Place, Baltimore
It’s the most important fundraiser of the year to support The Maryland Zoo. Experience one of Baltimore’s biggest beer festivals this Memorial Day weekend, May 25th & May 26th. Enjoy good times with the animals featuring unlimited beer sampling of more than 80 brew varieties, plus live music, local artisan vendors and, of course, all-day admission to the Zoo.
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Winecream Tour and Tasting
1PM & 2:30PM Every Saturday
Winecream Production Space
208 South Pulaski Street, Baltimore
Enjoy a tour of Crossroad Company’s production space, where we hand craft Winecream from start to finish. You’ll hang out in the loft-type space where we ferment and age our distinctive fruit wines, the kitchen where it’s blended with our house-pasteurized cream, and the intimate tasting room where you’ll sample a variety of delicious, boozy Winecream flavors. You’ll also have the opportunity to purchase scoops to enjoy in our historic urban space, as well as pints to bring home. PLEASE NOTE: This event is a walking tour that involves stairs; please contact us at info@crossroadco.com at least 24 hours in advance of your tour to request accessibility accommodations.
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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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Maryland Deathfest XVII
May 23 – 26
Rams Head Live & Baltimore Soundstage
The concept of Deathfests is simple: to bring to the world the best and most extreme bands the underground has to offer. Never conforming to trends, or being limited by genre restrictions, we want to showcase what extreme music, both new and old, is capable of. With an emphasis on diversity, our festivals bring together the very best death metal, grindcore, doom, thrash, hardcore, black metal, and experimental bands from all around the world.
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Layered Necklace Making with Eaarthbones
6PM – 8PM
B.Willow (Canton)
2822 O’Donnell St, Baltimore
We’re very excited to welcome Rachel King of Eaarthbones to the Canton shop for our first jewelry-making workshop! Before creating, you will be lead through a mindfulness exercise designed to keep you in the present moment. Feel free to bring a pen and notebook for your manifestations. With beverage choice in hand, you will then be lead through a wire wrapping technique to create three necklaces, with your choice of gemstones/charms, metal, and length. For a light, spring look, layer your necklaces together or just wear one at a time! Tickets are $35 each. All workshop attendees will receive 15% off plants! Feel free to BYOB.
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Time Travel Tours at the Peale
April 21 – June 30, Fri 12PM & 6PM, Sat 6PM, Sun 1PM, 3PM, 6PM
The Peale Center
225 N Holliday St, Baltimore
Activate our 200-year Time Machine and embark on a guided tour to Rembrandt Peale’s study in the year 1819! Time Travel Tours are led by curator, storyteller, historian and David London, who will accompany you on your journey, and illuminate the many wonders that await you inside. Each Time Travel Tour includes the history of the Peale family and their museums, an introduction to our Time Machine, and up to 40 minutes of actual Time Travel! Time Travel Tours are ideal for 2-10 guests, and there are several tour options for your to choose from. Time Travelers must be at least 13 years of age. Maximum 10 guests per tour. Discounts admission available for students, historians and artists. Interested in booking a Time Travel Tour at times other than those listed here? Schedule a private appointment and pick a time that works for you! Contact us at events@thepealecenter.org to schedule an appointment, or call 1-866-TME-TRVL!
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Toxicity presents Red This Ever, Lust for Nothing, Gothic Lizard
7PM – 2AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Toxicity presents Red this Ever, Gothic Lizard, and Lust for Nothing for the one year anniversary of Toxicity. DJs Hemlock and Solanine will be Djing inbetween and after the bands with all of your favorite Industrial and more.

Casually Dope Improv Comedy
7PM – 8PM
Baltimore Improv Group at 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. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

The Power Hour
7PM – 10PM
Baltimore Improv Group at 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. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Queens Girl in Africa
May 14 – June 23, Various Times
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Jennings’s Queens Girl in the World, Queens Girl in Africa follows the infectiously spirited Jacqueline Marie Butler as she finds herself at a crossroads of personal and political upheaval when her family ups and moves to Nigeria following the assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X (a close personal family friend). Entertaining and uplifting, Queens Girl in Africa captures an unforgettable moment in time for a teenager abroad—when questions of self and place intertwine with the realities of homework and hormones as Jacqueline assuredly, hilariously navigates the energy, excitement, and unpredictability of the 1960s.
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QUEENS GIRL IN THE WORLD
May 7 – June 23, Various Times
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Caleen’s Queens Girl in AfricaQueens Girl in the World chronicles the misadventures of bright-eyed, brown-skinned Jacqueline Marie Butler, whose sudden transfer from a protective, middle class late-1950s upbringing in Queens to a progressive, predominantly-Jewish private school in Greenwich Village, adds comical confusion to her already quizzical, fish-out-of-water adolescence. Lively and poignant—and punctuated with the irresistible sound of Motown—Queens Girl in the World tags along for a young woman’s journey of self-discovery, at the onset of Civil Rights-era social change.
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10x10x10 2019 at Fells Point Corner Theatre
May 24 – Jun 16, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 2PM
Fells Point Corner Theatre
251 S Ann St, Baltimore
Back for its SEVENTH installment, Fells Point Corner Theatre is delighted to bring you a fantastic lineup of hilarious and compelling 10-minute plays by local playwrights in our annual 10x10x10 Play Festival! In just two short hours, audiences will see 10 brand-new, fully-produced works presented by an ensemble of 10 of the area’s finest actors. At the end of each performance, audiences vote on their favorites as the playwrights compete for cash prizes!
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Welcome to Shakesville
May 24 – June 16, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 3PM
Baltimore Rock Opera Society
400 East Lexington Street, Baltimore
A groovy love letter to the 60s filled with puppets, magic, and rock n’ roll! Grab your board, blare your tunes and boogie down to the Baltimore Rock Opera’s Society furriest, feltiest, full-length rock opera yet! Welcome to Shakesville will teleport you back to 1965 and the dawn of psychedelia. Join our unsung heroine, Betty, as she falls down a rabbit hole in search of answers to rock and roll history’s greatest mystery: the disappearance of Jimmy Graves! Featuring a wild cast of people and puppets, it’ll have you twisting and shouting all the way home! Welcome to Shakesville is a hip and trippy journey filled with 1960s-style pop rock that explores the wondrous world of Shakesville; a colorful world where music is magic, but everything is not super groovy. As Betty explores this new world and learns about its troubles, we’ll explore the value of creativity as a means of personal expression and the joys of music. Welcome to Shakesville is also our first ever kid-friendly production, and has lots to enjoy for both kids and adults (Ages 6+).
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Tornkid
May 23 – Jun 9, TR – Sat 8PM, Sun 4PM
Cohesion Theatre Company
923 S. East Avenue, Baltimore
Cohesion Theatre Company is excited to be partnering with the newly created Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective (BAPAC) on a world premiere play for the second performance of Cohesion’s 2019 Season. Devised with members of Cohesion and BAPAC, and written by playwright Katelynn Kenney, Tornkid draws on the power of Southeast Asian and Pacific Indigenous creation stories to explore identity and belonging and to unearth how ancient female narratives can provide guidance towards healing our broken world. Under the direction of Cara Hinh, with puppetry created by Cohesion Artistic Director, Jess Rassp, and masks created by Tara Cariaso, Tornkid promises to be a feast for the senses, and an exploration into a world rarely seen on the American stage. It follows the journey of Tornkid – a child of immigrants pulled between cultures – as they tear themselves in two and search for their other half in a land both familiar and unfamiliar.
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Variations on Myth – the 15th annual Variations Project
May 10 – 26, Thur – Fri 8PM – 10PM, Sun 3PM – 5PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
Baltimore’s original ten-minute play festival returns to Theatre Project with its 15th annual production, Variations on Myth. Come see full productions of world premiere plays by local authors, and vote to choose the theme for the 2020 Variations Project!
This year’s production will consist of these 12 amazing short plays: “Bolero” by Amy Bernstein, “Gorgonia” by Alexis M. Skinner, “(Un)Veiled” by Crystal Sewell, “The Hounds of Actaeon” by Casey Jacobs, “Savior” by Sharon Goldner, “Nothing Tastes as Good as Skinny Feels” by Katie Hileman, “Throwing Stuff at a God” by Emile Feldenzer, “You Lovely, Insatiable Thing” by Jen Diamond, “Match” by Tom Piccin, “Flesh or Stone” by Christine Demuth, “World Leader” by Tyrone Chapman & Archie Williams, and “Mind of God” by Jack L.B. Gohn.
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Vinegar Tom – Spotlighters
May 10 – June 2, Thurs – Sat 8PM – 10PM, Sun 2PM – 4PM
Spotlighters Theatre
817 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Witch Hunt: a community targets its weakest members as “other”, then uses law and religion to persecute and destroy them. It’s no coincidence the victims are female identified. What was true in 1670 is eerily true in 2018. A play about power, sex and witches by acclaimed British playwright Caryl Churchill. An intense journey back and forth through time, propelling us from the 17th to the 21st century to see just how much things have changed even as they remain the same.
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The Diary of Anne Frank
April 26 – May 26, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company
7 South Calvert Street, Baltimore
This vital story asks us to remember a dark moment in world history through the eyes of a young girl: Poignant and powerful, Anne Frank’s hopes and dreams shine in her words penned while hiding during the Nazi invasion of the Netherlands. This recent adaptation, containing more of Anne’s original writing and more forthright about the characters’ Judaism, makes this play more necessary than ever.
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STAN-PROV: Comedy Crossover
8PM – 9PM
Baltimore Improv Group at the BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Stand-up + Improv = STANPROV! It’s as simple as that, folks. Every month, we bring together our two favorite forms of comedy and put on a show that’s funnier than the sum of its parts! Four of Baltimore’s best stand-up comics stop by the theater to crack us up and inspire hilarious sets from our all-star cast of improvisers. STANPROV is the only night where you can see the very best of improv and stand-up all at once! It’s the comedy crossover event you’ve been waiting for! Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Asylum Humanmania Savage Curse Crawler Musket Hawk at Sidebar
8PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Featuring: ASYLUM (RVA), HUMANMANIASAVAGE (Seattle), CURSECRAWLER, and MUSKET HAWK. $8 over 21 // $10 under 21 or no ID. All ages!

Gettin’ Weir’d & Last Fair Deal Benefit concert
8PM – 1AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
This is a special event to help defer some medical costs for Patrick Higgins as he prepares for a pending lung transplant. We hope you come enjoy the show with Last Fair Deal and Gettin’ Weir’d.
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2019 Baltimore Drag Awards!
8PM – 11:30PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
We are back, Baltimore! THE 2019 BALTIMORE DRAG AWARDS ARE HERE!Hosted by two of the city’s powerhouse MCs; Brooklyn Heights/ Ryan Butler and Betty O’Hellno, this event is going to be the trash-tactic equivalent of The Academy Awards! Arrive in your most campy couture. In addition to the awards, we will have a cocktail mixer, red carpet arrivals from 8-9pm and performances throughout the night! This year’s theme and dress attire is CAMP!
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Crunk Witch // Cowabunga Pizza Time // Wreck The System
8PM – 12AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Joe Squared in Baltimore presents: 11pm – Cowabunga Pizza Time, 10pm – Crunk Witch (from Maine), 9pm – Wreck The System. 18+ | $10 | 8pm doors

Wume, Konjur Collective, Wheatie Mattiasich feat Stephen Santillan
9PM – ?
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Wume with guests Konjur Collective and Wheatie Mattiasich feat Stephen Santillan.
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Otakult
9PM – 1:45AM
Club Orpheus
1003 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Idols. Itasha. Cosplay. If these words mean anything to you- welcome home. Akiba culture reigns supreme. A night just for our anime and cosplay crowd. Come for the Vocaloid, popular anime openings and more, stay for the awesome, cheap drink specials and company. Long live the otaku. 18+ to enter, 21+ to drink. $5 cover.

Sunday, May 26

Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar
7AM – 12PM, April 7 – Dec 22
Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar
Beneath the Jones Falls Expy at Holliday & Saratoga Streets, Baltimore
The 42nd Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar offers a can’t-miss food experience! The market produced by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) begins Sundays April 7 through December 22, 2019 from 7am to noon, located on Saratoga Street between Holliday and Gay streets, underneath the Jones Falls Expressway. As one of Maryland’s largest producers-only market, the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar offers an assortment of fruits and vegetables, dairy, meats and seafood, breads, plants and delicious made-to-order items, in addition to handmade clothing & accessories, natural bath & body products, home furnishings, souvenirs and original works of art.

Inner Harbor Kayak Tours
9AM & 1PM
Maryland Science Center, Water Taxi Landing
601 Light Street
Join Baltimore City Recreation & Parks and the Healthy Harbor Initiative for an Inner Harbor Kayaking Tour! Tours are offered every Sunday, April through October at 9am and 1pm. Departing from the Science Center Water Taxi landing, explore the Inner Harbor by kayak. See the historic Torsk submarine, the USS Constellation or Mr. Trash Wheel from a new and unique perspective!
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Nacho Mama’s Canton Drag Brunch
11AM – 2PM
Nacho Mama’s (Canton, MD)
2907 O’Donnell St, Baltimore
Join us for Nacho Mama’s CANTON Dragon Brunch! Quickly growing to become Baltimore’s BEST Drag Show, and you DON’T want to miss it! Nacho Mama’s + Drag Queens + Fun = serious FOMO if you don’t get your tickets today!
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Baltimore Trolley Tour
11AM & 1PM
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light St, Baltimore
The original Baltimore Trolley Tour takes you through the neighborhoods that comprise downtown Baltimore. The tour showcases the city’s role in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 (“The Star-Spangled Banner” story), the Industrial Revolution and the preservation of historic architecture, monuments and waterfront neighborhoods. Along the way, you’ll discover why Baltimore is still making history. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure.
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Sowebo Arts and Music Festival 2019
12PM – 8PM
Sowebo Arts and Music Festival
1100 Hollins St, Baltimore
This year we will be celebrating the 36th anniversary of the festival. The Sowebo Arts and Music Festival takes place every year on the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend. It is an always free and utterly unique festival surrounding the historic Hollins Market. Highlights include: 3 Stages Featuring Live Music All Day. Multiple Art Galleries. Food trucks, local food, local beer, and more! Kids’ Alley, Craft Rumble, Sip & Paint, and Interactive arts for all ages. Local artists and vendors!

Memorial Day Weekend Crab Feast
12PM – 5PM
Ampersea
1417 Thames Street, Baltimore
Come join us for a special Memorial Day Weekend Crab Feast on Sunday, May 25 from 12-5pm! We will have a *limited quantity* of delicious steamed crabs for $50 per person (all you can eat!). Our regular lunch menu will also be available for those who would prefer our amazing entrees. And of course, it’s going down on a Sunday! You know that means bottomless selections are available 12-4pm! These peaceful waterfront vibes are perfect for reflection on Memorial Day. If you aren’t heading down to the ocean, spend your holiday weekend with us! As always, reservations are strongly encouraged.
Call (443) 681-5310 for reservation

Festival of India 2019
12PM – 6PM
McKeldin Fountain
101 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Chariot Parade starts 12 Noon near Maryland Science Center. FREE vegetarian Feast l Live Music, dance & Drama! Cultural Exhibits! Gift Shops! Books on yoga & Meditation! FAMILY FUN & MORE! FREE ADMISSION!

Forest Bathing
12PM – 2PM
Baltimore Free Farm
1524 Baldwin St, Baltimore
You are invited to join in a forest bathing, or guided nature and forest therapy walk in the gardens of Baltimore Free Farm. All ages are welcome. Ted Martello, Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guide-in-Training, will guide the walk. Join in and take this opportunity to reconnect with yourself, others and the land. Research has shown numerous health benefits resulting from the nature and forest therapy practice, such as reduced blood pressure, increased immunity, stress reduction and other health related benefits that are linked to a reduction in chronic disease. In addition, research also reveals increased levels of self-awareness and social engagement and a deeper connection to the land, which increases care and concern for nature and an increased land ethic.
Free Registration Here

M&T Bank Presents: Brew at the Zoo
May 25 & 26, 1PM – 7PM
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
1 Safari Place, Baltimore
It’s the most important fundraiser of the year to support The Maryland Zoo. Experience one of Baltimore’s biggest beer festivals this Memorial Day weekend, May 25th & May 26th. Enjoy good times with the animals featuring unlimited beer sampling of more than 80 brew varieties, plus live music, local artisan vendors and, of course, all-day admission to the Zoo.
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Trivia Sunday Funday!
1PM – 4PM
El Bufalo Tequila Bar & Kitchen
2921 O’Donnell St, Baltimore
UNDAY FUNDAY THEMED TRIVIA is BACK at El Bufalo! Groups can be anywhere between 2-8 people. TEAMS MUST RESERVE SEATS VIA THE EVENTBRITE LINK! Games start at 2pm! Additional drink specials before, during & after trivia include: $15 Bud Light Buckets, $20 Corona Buckets, and $7 Smirnoff Bombs! Prizes awarded to Top 3 Teams! Free Shots to the teams that win “Toss Up” Questions! Themed Trivia Schedule: 5/26: Pixar, 6/2: Seinfeld, 6/9: Music Lovers, 6/23: The Office, and 6/30: Stranger Things.
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Breaking Bad Trivia!
2PM – 4PM
Nepenthe Brewing Co.
3626 Falls Road, Baltimore
Think you’re a Breaking Bad superfan? Come out and prove that you know your Tuco from your Combo and your rocks from your minerals! We’ve got drink specials, cash prizes, and the opportunity to let your inner Heisenberg outsmart everyone around you. Grab your goggles and let’s cook (or leave that to our chef, the kitchen will be open).

Maryland Deathfest XVII
May 23 – 26
Rams Head Live & Baltimore Soundstage
The concept of Deathfests is simple: to bring to the world the best and most extreme bands the underground has to offer. Never conforming to trends, or being limited by genre restrictions, we want to showcase what extreme music, both new and old, is capable of. With an emphasis on diversity, our festivals bring together the very best death metal, grindcore, doom, thrash, hardcore, black metal, and experimental bands from all around the world.
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Queens Girl in Africa
May 14 – June 23, Various Times
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Jennings’s Queens Girl in the World, Queens Girl in Africa follows the infectiously spirited Jacqueline Marie Butler as she finds herself at a crossroads of personal and political upheaval when her family ups and moves to Nigeria following the assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X (a close personal family friend). Entertaining and uplifting, Queens Girl in Africa captures an unforgettable moment in time for a teenager abroad—when questions of self and place intertwine with the realities of homework and hormones as Jacqueline assuredly, hilariously navigates the energy, excitement, and unpredictability of the 1960s.
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Queens Girl in the World
May 7 – June 23, Various Times
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
Performed for the first time as a two-play repertory with Caleen’s Queens Girl in AfricaQueens Girl in the World chronicles the misadventures of bright-eyed, brown-skinned Jacqueline Marie Butler, whose sudden transfer from a protective, middle class late-1950s upbringing in Queens to a progressive, predominantly-Jewish private school in Greenwich Village, adds comical confusion to her already quizzical, fish-out-of-water adolescence. Lively and poignant—and punctuated with the irresistible sound of Motown—Queens Girl in the World tags along for a young woman’s journey of self-discovery, at the onset of Civil Rights-era social change.
Buy Tickets Here

Time Travel Tours at the Peale
April 21 – June 30, Fri 12PM & 6PM, Sat 6PM, Sun 1PM, 3PM, 6PM
The Peale Center
225 N Holliday St, Baltimore
Activate our 200-year Time Machine and embark on a guided tour to Rembrandt Peale’s study in the year 1819! Time Travel Tours are led by curator, storyteller, historian and David London, who will accompany you on your journey, and illuminate the many wonders that await you inside. Each Time Travel Tour includes the history of the Peale family and their museums, an introduction to our Time Machine, and up to 40 minutes of actual Time Travel! Time Travel Tours are ideal for 2-10 guests, and there are several tour options for your to choose from. Time Travelers must be at least 13 years of age. Maximum 10 guests per tour. Discounts admission available for students, historians and artists. Interested in booking a Time Travel Tour at times other than those listed here? Schedule a private appointment and pick a time that works for you! Contact us at events@thepealecenter.org to schedule an appointment, or call 1-866-TME-TRVL!
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10x10x10 2019 at Fells Point Corner Theatre
May 24 – Jun 16, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 2PM
Fells Point Corner Theatre
251 S Ann St, Baltimore
Back for its SEVENTH installment, Fells Point Corner Theatre is delighted to bring you a fantastic lineup of hilarious and compelling 10-minute plays by local playwrights in our annual 10x10x10 Play Festival! In just two short hours, audiences will see 10 brand-new, fully-produced works presented by an ensemble of 10 of the area’s finest actors. At the end of each performance, audiences vote on their favorites as the playwrights compete for cash prizes!
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Vinegar Tom – Spotlighters
May 10 – June 2, Thurs – Sat 8PM – 10PM, Sun 2PM – 4PM
Spotlighters Theatre
817 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Witch Hunt: a community targets its weakest members as “other”, then uses law and religion to persecute and destroy them. It’s no coincidence the victims are female identified. What was true in 1670 is eerily true in 2018. A play about power, sex and witches by acclaimed British playwright Caryl Churchill. An intense journey back and forth through time, propelling us from the 17th to the 21st century to see just how much things have changed even as they remain the same.
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The Diary of Anne Frank
April 26 – May 26, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company
7 South Calvert Street, Baltimore
This vital story asks us to remember a dark moment in world history through the eyes of a young girl: Poignant and powerful, Anne Frank’s hopes and dreams shine in her words penned while hiding during the Nazi invasion of the Netherlands. This recent adaptation, containing more of Anne’s original writing and more forthright about the characters’ Judaism, makes this play more necessary than ever.
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Variations on Myth – the 15th annual Variations Project
May 10 – 26, Thur – Fri 8PM – 10PM, Sun 3PM – 5PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
Baltimore’s original ten-minute play festival returns to Theatre Project with its 15th annual production, Variations on Myth. Come see full productions of world premiere plays by local authors, and vote to choose the theme for the 2020 Variations Project!
This year’s production will consist of these 12 amazing short plays: “Bolero” by Amy Bernstein, “Gorgonia” by Alexis M. Skinner, “(Un)Veiled” by Crystal Sewell, “The Hounds of Actaeon” by Casey Jacobs, “Savior” by Sharon Goldner, “Nothing Tastes as Good as Skinny Feels” by Katie Hileman, “Throwing Stuff at a God” by Emile Feldenzer, “You Lovely, Insatiable Thing” by Jen Diamond, “Match” by Tom Piccin, “Flesh or Stone” by Christine Demuth, “World Leader” by Tyrone Chapman & Archie Williams, and “Mind of God” by Jack L.B. Gohn.
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Big Band Sundays at Paulie Gee’s
3PM – 5PM
Paulie Gee’s Hampden
3535 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore
HOTEL PARADISE ROOF GARDEN ORCHESTRA: This hot-n-sweet big band plays early swing and dance tunes from 1920 to 1935, a bit before the Glenn Miller era. You’ll hear authentic period arrangements of music by (among other) Ellington, Calloway, Dorsey, Gershwin, Waller, Berlin, Rodgers and Hart, Warren and Dubin, Jelly Roll Morton, Fletcher Henderson, Louis Armstrong and so many more. $12 cover.

Tornkid
May 23 – Jun 9, TR – Sat 8PM, Sun 4PM
Cohesion Theatre Company
923 S. East Avenue, Baltimore
Cohesion Theatre Company is excited to be partnering with the newly created Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective (BAPAC) on a world premiere play for the second performance of Cohesion’s 2019 Season. Devised with members of Cohesion and BAPAC, and written by playwright Katelynn Kenney, Tornkid draws on the power of Southeast Asian and Pacific Indigenous creation stories to explore identity and belonging and to unearth how ancient female narratives can provide guidance towards healing our broken world. Under the direction of Cara Hinh, with puppetry created by Cohesion Artistic Director, Jess Rassp, and masks created by Tara Cariaso, Tornkid promises to be a feast for the senses, and an exploration into a world rarely seen on the American stage. It follows the journey of Tornkid – a child of immigrants pulled between cultures – as they tear themselves in two and search for their other half in a land both familiar and unfamiliar.
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Reels & Reads: Ferrante Fever
4PM – 7PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Looking for great new books to read? Do you love film? Creative Alliance and The Ivy Bookshop are teaming up to launch a new series that pairs a book and movie that explore similar topics. Read the book, then join us for a screening of the related film at Creative Alliance. Haven’t read any books by Elena Ferrante yet? No problem! The Ivy Bookshop will be selling copies on site! With over 5 million copies of her Neapolitan Novels sold and publication rights in 50 countries, Elena Ferrante is a global literary sensation. A journey between New York City’s cultural hub and Ferrante’s native Italy explores how an anonymous, translated author’s visceral tales of love and friendship gained such an enthusiastic following. Ann Goldstein, Sarah McNally, Jonathan Franzen, and others weigh in on the Ferrante “craze” and what makes her work–and her mysterious persona–so uniquely captivating.
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Sunday Supper
5PM – 8PM
Magdalena
205 E Biddle St, Baltimore
Join us on Sunday evenings beginning April 7 to experience time honored British traditions reimagined into modern culinary delights.Inspired by the British family custom of a Sunday Roast, Chef Mark Levy’s Sunday Supper will offer a seasonal three course menu featuring classic British fare, in addition to select options from Magdalena’s spring menu. Menu will change weekly, see a sample menu here.
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Viva Jalisco!
6PM – 11PM
La Calle
10 South Street, Baltimore
We bring you VIVA JALISCO at La Calle! Sponsored by Sister States Maryland, live music by Conjunto Bruja, three course prefixed menu by Chef Valentino, 50/50 raffle, Silent Auction, Cash Bar, Door Prizes and more! Proceeds benefit cultural exchange between Maryland and Mexico. Tickets $15 at the door only (cash, checks). Prefixed Menu $ 35

Venue Valhalla: Final Whose Roll Performance at Windup Space
7PM – 9PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
A troupe of Baltimore performers plays a game of Dungeons & Dragons where the players and even the Dungeon Master are at the mercy of a live audience. Monsters, spells, magical items, and more are submitted by audience members during the game. Everything is decided by YOU! No one is safe. Dice will roll. Hilarity will ensue.

Class Clowns – an Improv Comedy Showcase
7PM – 7:30PM
Baltimore Improv Group at the BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
What happens when the teachers encourage the class clowns? Class pandemonium! Or a very funny improv show! Every Sunday, four of BIG’s up-and-coming students take the stage supported by four BIG teachers in a show that’ll leave spitballs all over the theater. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Winter is Over: A Game of Thrones Recap Extravaganza
7:30PM – 8:45PM
Baltimore Improv Group at the BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Join us at The BIG Theater as we gather for a wrap-up for the ages. The finale may be in the past, but we we’re not nearly finished dissecting it. There will be “Game of Thrones”-inspired improv, games, music and more at this comedy variety show. Show up on time for pre-show GOT trivia. You don’t need to be a super fan to have fun – all “Game of Thrones” knowledge levels are welcome! Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

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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