Things to do in Baltimore this week 11/4/19

I know I got an extra hour of sleep but I’m still tired. At least with the time change it will be dark enough for Light City – Brilliant Baltimore this week. Go to the Inner Harbor and check it out! On Thursday I’m going to Baltimore Style’s 2019 Big Bash at the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore with Mixolo! On Friday I’m going to see Drunk Shakespeare: Graves Ghosts & Growlers by Single Carrot Theatre at UNION Craft Brewing! Saturday we are headed down to DC again to see Billy Strings play at the 930 Club. Should be pretty fun! On Sunday I’m attending the Odd Lots Event at Rolling Road Golf Club with The Wine and Food Society of Baltimore, Maryland. I can’t wait to enjoy the leftover bottles from this past year’s dinners. All in all, it’s going to be a busy week. So many fun activities to choose from during Fall in Baltimore!

Monday, November 4

Light City 2019 – A Festival of Light, Music and Innovation
Nov 1 – 10, 5PM – 10PM
Baltimore Inner Harbor
In just three years, Light City has become one of the world’s most renowned light art festivals, transforming Baltimore with large-scale light art installations, performances and music. Situated along the Baltimore Inner Harbor and Waterfront, Light City features international, national and local artists, innovative culinary experiences and an interactive children’s area. 2019 marks the 4th year of Light City. Light City is held outdoors in tents, and inside the Inner Harbor’s most popular visitor attractions. The outdoor festival is 100% free and accessible; all indoor venues are accessible and some indoor/private venues may be ticketed. Click here for more information.

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Meet the Winemaker: Francesca Vaira of G.D. Vajra
6PM – 8PM
BIN 604 Wine Sellers
604 S Exeter St, Baltimore
WINEMAKER TASTING: Francesca Vajra of G.D. Vajra From the hills of Piemonte to our humble space, Francesca Vaira joins us to share some of the region’s best wine. The family has cultivated vines in the region since the 1880s, owning vineyards in the finest crus and making exquisite wines with great finesse and detail. You won’t want to miss this! Special Date and Time! Monday 6-8pm Tickets are $15 with a $5 Credit toward featured wines.
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Miles Gannett at Teavolve’s Open Mic
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’re joined by Miles Gannett. Miles began playing guitar and writing songs at the age of seven. He crafted his early tunes in the style and spirit of 1950’s rock ‘n’ roll, initially inspired by the movies La Bamba and The Buddy Holly Story. As a teenager, Miles produced strange electronic music and started writing psychedelic songs with mystical themes.

The BIG Indie Showcase!
7:30PM – 8:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
As the improv scene in Baltimore grows, more and more independent teams find themselves looking for a home. The monthly Indie Showcase delivers that at the BIG Theater with performances from three indie teams each month. Come see longtime indie favorites as well as new teams striking out on their own. October’s lineup includes Book Club, Radio Pigeon and Akimbo. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Monday Trivia at MaGerk’s
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.

The Session Hosted By Clarence Ward III
8:30PM – 12AM
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.

Tuesday, November 5

Yoga for Everyone in Central Hall
7AM – 8AM
Enoch Pratt Free Library
400 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Practice yoga in the beauty of Central Library. Deep breathing, relaxation, basic yoga poses and stretching—these mixed level classes are open to those brand new to yoga. Bring your own yoga mat. Presented by instructors from BYFree.

Grand Opening – Old Line Cocktail & Wine Bar!
4PM – 7PM
Old Line Cocktail & Wine Bar
1065 S Charles Street, Stall 131, Baltimore
Join us at the long anticipated GRAND OPENING of the Old Line Cocktail and Wine Bar! We are thrilled to join the Cross Street Market family and can’t wait to meet everyone! At our grand opening you’ll enjoy: Snacks from our friends at the Market, Happy Hour, $5 House made apple cider – made with Old Line American Single Malt Whiskey and Old Line Aged Caribbean Rum, $1 off wine by the glass, and $1 off beer. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet one of the founders of Old Line Distillery: Arch Watkins! We hope you will come celebrate with us, cheers!

Tiki Tuesday
4PM – 12AM
Bookmakers Cocktail Club
31 E Cross St, Baltimore
Tiki drink specials featuring a different spirit sponsor each month, as well as changing food specials. November 5th: Avua Cachaca & Svol Aquavit

Light City 2019 – A Festival of Light, Music and Innovation
Nov 1 – 10, 5PM – 10PM
Baltimore Inner Harbor
In just three years, Light City has become one of the world’s most renowned light art festivals, transforming Baltimore with large-scale light art installations, performances and music. Situated along the Baltimore Inner Harbor and Waterfront, Light City features international, national and local artists, innovative culinary experiences and an interactive children’s area. 2019 marks the 4th year of Light City. Light City is held outdoors in tents, and inside the Inner Harbor’s most popular visitor attractions. The outdoor festival is 100% free and accessible; all indoor venues are accessible and some indoor/private venues may be ticketed. Click here for more information.

Tacos, ETC.!
6PM – 8:30PM
Schola
916 N Charles St, Baltimore
It’s unfortunate that, for many of us, our introduction to Mexican food involves crunchy taco shells and Old el Paso taco mix or worse, Taco Bell! But traditional Mexican food is a vast and extremely diverse cuisine utilizing unique ingredients and techniques. Tacos, admittedly only a very small portion of Mexican cooking, provide us with a self-contained flavor explosion of everything from fried fish to beef tongue and beyond! We’ll look at both corn and flour tortillas, the canvas upon which a great taco is created. Then craft a variety of different salsas, fillings and toppings. $49.99
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Drinking and Dragons: Welcoming Tabletop Roleplaying
6PM – 9PM
R. House
301 W 29th St, Baltimore
Guy Fawkes knows that you need to remember your November dates! Come out and join (or foil) conspiracies with Drinking & Dragons in Baltimore. We play all sorts of different tabletop roleplaying games, from Dungeons and Dragons to Root: The Roleplaying Game to Fiasco, and everything in between. Know that that means? Come join us and get some gaming in while you enjoy R. House‘s delicious food and booze! on’t know what that means? Come join us and learn! All our games are open to new people, carry no ongoing commitment, and can be taught quickly.

Succulent Building Workshop with The Loading Dock
6:30PM – 8PM
B.Willow (Remington)
220 West 27th Street, Baltimore
Join B. Willow and The Loading Dock for a night of succulent planting! The Loading Dock will be supplying gorgeous repurposed glass lamp fixtures that we’ll be using for succulent planters. Learn everything you’ll need to know to grow healthy and happy succulents. Make sure you have a bright spot to place your new succulents! All materials are included in the $45 ticket. Sorry, no discount given for bringing in your own container. Attendees will also receive 15% off plants during the workshop. For beverages during the workshop, feel free to BYOB!
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August Wilson’s RADIO GOLF
Oct 15 – Nov 17, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
It’s never the wrong time to do the right thing. STARRING Dawn Ursula, Jamil Mangan, Charles Dumas, Antony Floyd, and Jason B. McIntosh. Directed by Carl Cofield. Successful real estate developer Harmond Wilks is on a mission to become Pittsburgh’s first Black mayor by doing whatever it takes to transform his childhood neighborhood from blighted to bustling. But when he learns the truth about his family’s legacy, he is forced to decide whether he will finish what he started or fight to preserve his community’s history. This fast-paced, crackling conclusion to August Wilson’s unparalleled 10-play cycle examining the African-American experience in the 20th century is “surprising, suspenseful and crowd-pleasing.” (The New York Times), and draws striking parallels to the issues we still face today.
Buy Tickets Here

Thoughts of a Colored Man
Oct 10 – Nov 10, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM
Baltimore Center Stage
700 North Calvert Street, Baltimore
One theme, seven variations. A world-premiere play from Keenan Scott II, one of today’s boldest new voices, Thoughts of a Colored Man blends language, music, and dance. Welcome to the vibrant inner life of being Black, proud, and thriving in the 21st Century. Set over a single day, this richly theatrical mosaic goes beyond the rhythms of the basketball court and the boisterousness of the barbershop to shed brilliant light into the hearts and minds of a community of men searching for their most triumphant selves.
Buy Tickets Here

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

The Tuesday Jam: Baltimore!
8PM – 11PM
Tabor Ethiopian Restaurant
328 Park Ave, Baltimore
PRESENTING: The Tuesday Jazz Jam: Baltimore! Every Tuesday from 8pm to 11pm, come enjoy some great live music with the Joel Santiago Quartet! Then the session will be opening up at 9pm for our local musicians, singers, poets, and all who want to come be a part of this new platform for great Music and vibes. $10 door fee. MUSICIANS FREE!!! Food and drink specials available. Cheers!

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

Wednesday, November 6

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!

Shining Second Line Parasol Parade, a Brilliant Baltimore Event
5PM – 7PM
Fell’s Point Main Street
1632 Aliceanna Street, Baltimore
As part of the Brillant Baltimore Neighborhood Lights program, we’re bringing a New Orleans style “Second Line” parade to the streets of Fells Point. Join us as we celebrate community and carry lighted and decorated parasols from the waterfront up Broadway, Led by the Naptown Brass Band there will be jubilant dancing in the street and people decked out in a wardrobe of brightly colored garb, hats and bonnets, lights and parasols – go all out and really get into the spirit! A second line, by its very nature, invites crowd participation. Pick up a parasol from 5 – 5:45 pm at Broadway Square. At 6 pm, jump in the line as we parade up Broadway to Eastern Ave. and back down again. After the event, head up to Broadway Market for a community generated art installation on the pergola then peruse the neighborhood and check out the lighted storefront displays. Vote for your favorite and you could win a $250 gift card to the business of the winning storefront!
RSVP Free Here

Light City 2019 – A Festival of Light, Music and Innovation
Nov 1 – 10, 5PM – 10PM
Baltimore Inner Harbor
In just three years, Light City has become one of the world’s most renowned light art festivals, transforming Baltimore with large-scale light art installations, performances and music. Situated along the Baltimore Inner Harbor and Waterfront, Light City features international, national and local artists, innovative culinary experiences and an interactive children’s area. 2019 marks the 4th year of Light City. Light City is held outdoors in tents, and inside the Inner Harbor’s most popular visitor attractions. The outdoor festival is 100% free and accessible; all indoor venues are accessible and some indoor/private venues may be ticketed. Click here for more information.

Adventures in the Meadhall
5PM – 10PM
Charm City Meadworks
400 East Biddle St., Baltimore
All games are open to any and all to try! No one is turned away for skill level. Come try out new games and find a new passion. Game is for all ages and all levels of gaming play. We’ll have Nintendo Classic set up for player versus player video gaming as well as a variety of all play level board games and card games. Game Night is being reinvented! Bring a friend and bring a game. Come relax on a Wednesday night with a great community of people. Our taproom has 10-20 fresh meads on-tap daily with Cheerwine, Wild Kombucha and Root Beer as non-alcoholic options. We serve snacks and pizza, but please BYO-food. Game nights are all-ages, and do not require reservations to attend.

The Art of Making Pasta III
6PM – 8PM
Schola
916 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us as we continue to explore the endless world of making great pasta. In Pasta III we will start to explore flavored doughs – a spinach and lemon zest fettuccine tossed in a tomato cream sauce and a porcini mushroom cannelloni stuffed with ricotta and sage. Then we’ll shape by hand some different and uncommon shapes – the Tuscan pinci, pencil thick strands in a traditional tomato sauce and the ‘ear’ pasta – orecchiette with sausage and bitter greens. $49.99 You do not have to take any of the other pasta classes to take Pasta III.
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FLASH
6:30PM – 9PM
North Ave. Market
30 W. North Ave., Baltimore
On Wednesday, November 6th, we’re hosting a very special event to kick off Signal Station North, our NEA-supported creative placemaking project rooted in light. Flash! is a guerilla lighting event that will temporarily illuminate several sites within the Station North Arts District. Armed only with high-powered flashlights, our team of volunteers—led by lighting designers at Flux Studio—will parade down North Avenue lighting facades, streetscapes and parks as we go. Along the way, we’ll be accompanied by live music by Baltimore musicians Sac au Lait. Afterward, everyone will gather at the Ynot Lot for hot drinks, tamales, churros and more music—plus a sneak peek at images of the four illuminated sites. We need your help to make this happen! If you’re interested in parading and partying with us, and creating some beautiful light art in the process click here.

Terrarium Building Workshop
6:30PM – 8PM
B.Willow (Remington)
220 West 27th Street, Baltimore
Join us at our workshop table for a fun evening of terrarium building! Choose from a variety of repurposed/vintage glassware, and learn everything necessary to grow healthy tropical plants in an enclosed glass vessel. Workshop attendees will also receive 15% off plants before or after the class. No experience necessary. Sorry, no discount given if you bring your own container, but feel free to bring your own pots into the shop to plant during regular shop hours! $35 ticket includes all supplies. For beverages during the workshop, feel free to BYOB!
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Jubilee: A Celebration Of African American Cooking
7PM – 10PM
Ida B’s Table
235 Holliday Street, Baltimore
To celebrate the release of Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African-American Cooking, award-winning author, community activist and culinary journalist Toni Tipton-Martin announces the launch of the Jubilee! A Celebration of African American Cooking Dinner Series. This series of “talk & eat” dinners are hosted by the James Beard Award-winning journalist and her 501c3 nonprofit, The SANDE Project. “The purpose of this series is to celebrate black excellence in the food industry and to raise awareness by providing experiences that promote African American food history as a means of reducing race prejudice, increasing economic independence, and encouraging good health.” Guests will be welcomed for a night of incredible food and meaningful conversation as a part of the Jubilee! Dinner Series. The menu will feature Jubilee-inspired dishes from David Thomas, Executive Chef/Partner of Ida B’s Table as well as cocktails and drink pairings developed by Kaya Potler (bar creative). The evening will begin with an appetizer and cocktail, followed by a brief talk by Toni Tipton-Martin, author of Jubilee: Recipes from Two Centuries of African-American Cooking and The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks. During the meal, Chef David will introduce his dishes and the drinks and speak to the elements of Jubilee they represent.
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Club 1727: An Open Musical-Improv Jam
7PM – 9PM
The Charles Theater
1711 N Charles St, Baltimore
Open musical-improv practice at The BIG Theater. Learn musical improv games and song formats in a fun and supportive environment. No music background or musical improv experience necessary. Accompaniment by Brian E. Young on the keyboard and ukulele. Bring your voice, musical instruments, and learn the joy of making up songs in the moment at the speed of fun.

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

August Wilson’s RADIO GOLF
Oct 15 – Nov 17, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
It’s never the wrong time to do the right thing. STARRING Dawn Ursula, Jamil Mangan, Charles Dumas, Antony Floyd, and Jason B. McIntosh. Directed by Carl Cofield. Successful real estate developer Harmond Wilks is on a mission to become Pittsburgh’s first Black mayor by doing whatever it takes to transform his childhood neighborhood from blighted to bustling. But when he learns the truth about his family’s legacy, he is forced to decide whether he will finish what he started or fight to preserve his community’s history. This fast-paced, crackling conclusion to August Wilson’s unparalleled 10-play cycle examining the African-American experience in the 20th century is “surprising, suspenseful and crowd-pleasing.” (The New York Times), and draws striking parallels to the issues we still face today.
Buy Tickets Here

Thoughts of a Colored Man
Oct 10 – Nov 10, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM
Baltimore Center Stage
700 North Calvert Street, Baltimore
One theme, seven variations. A world-premiere play from Keenan Scott II, one of today’s boldest new voices, Thoughts of a Colored Man blends language, music, and dance. Welcome to the vibrant inner life of being Black, proud, and thriving in the 21st Century. Set over a single day, this richly theatrical mosaic goes beyond the rhythms of the basketball court and the boisterousness of the barbershop to shed brilliant light into the hearts and minds of a community of men searching for their most triumphant selves.
Buy Tickets Here

Silent Book Club – Baltimore
7:30PM – 9PM
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse
1225 Cathedral St, Baltimore
BYO book to Read, Wine, Repeat! Meet in the conservatory bar. 7:30: mingle, order, and share what we’re reading. 8-9: read & sip silently for a solid. 9:00: organic dispersal (but stay as long as you want).

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!

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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Charm City Trivia
8PM – 10PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Join us for Charm City Trivia every Wednesday. Come show off your knowledge for chances to win shots, and the first and second places teams win gift cards.

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, November 7

Light City 2019 – A Festival of Light, Music and Innovation
Nov 1 – 10, 5PM – 10PM
Baltimore Inner Harbor
In just three years, Light City has become one of the world’s most renowned light art festivals, transforming Baltimore with large-scale light art installations, performances and music. Situated along the Baltimore Inner Harbor and Waterfront, Light City features international, national and local artists, innovative culinary experiences and an interactive children’s area. 2019 marks the 4th year of Light City. Light City is held outdoors in tents, and inside the Inner Harbor’s most popular visitor attractions. The outdoor festival is 100% free and accessible; all indoor venues are accessible and some indoor/private venues may be ticketed. Click here for more information.

Jazz Series
6PM – 9PM
Sagamore Pendry Baltimore
1715 Thames Street, Baltimore
Smooth Jazz, an intimate modern space, and carefully crafted seasonal cocktails. Take a seat in the lounge every Thursday from 6-9pm to experience what the jazz scene of Baltimore has to offer. Afterwards, head to the open air courtyard and be greeted with specialty hot cocktails from the courtyard bar.

Board Game Night
6PM – 11PM
Old Major
900 S. Carey St, Baltimore
Join us every Thursday for game night! Come solo or with friends. Bring your own or borrow one of many games (i.e. Baltimore-opoly, Jenga, Uno, Battleship, Apples to Apples, Connect Four, Funemployed, Joking Hazard, Loaded Kings and more). Enjoy drink specials. Free parking across the street at the Southwest Baltimore Charter School.

Bmore Lit!
6PM – 10PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
Come celebrate Operation A.R.T.S gallery grand opening event, BMore Lit Book City Fest, a special neighborhood edition for BOPA combo event of Baltimore Book Festival and Light City. Join us for an experience where art, light, and literature become one. The exhibition includes fine artists Gina DeLuca, Nerra Muhammad, Renee Taylor and Chyna Mae featuring collaborations with Nicole Johnson & TranceVizions. This event is FREE to attend on November 7th from 6-10 pm; but bring cash to shop local with the pop-up vendors. Witness the creative energy of Operation A.R.T.S team public art sculpture featuring an LED sound-reactive cloud art throughout the ceilings of Mount Vernon Marketplace. Come indulge in the delightful combination of exotic dishes from around the world and visual creations that warm the belly and soul.

Big Reds
6PM – 8PM
BIN 604 Wine Sellers
604 S Exeter St, Baltimore
Only the biggest, baddest, and boldest in this weeks tasting. Think Cabs, Malbecs, Zins, and more or the best full-bodied reds from around the world . Tickets are $10 with a $5 credit toward featured wines.
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Baltimore Style’s 2019 Big Bash
6:30PM – 9PM
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
1525 Russell St, Baltimore
Baltimore Style is turning 30! Join us for our biggest party yet at Horseshoe Casino. Enjoy a fashion show, hors d’oeuvres, free drinks and prizes on the half hour with a minimum $100 value. Premium swag bag with high value goodies. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the new Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore which provides vital resources and compassionate care to children and their families. Free Parking onsite. With MC: Elsa M. from WMAR’s Midday Maryland. Fashion Show Coordinator: Lana Rae. Fashions by: A Style Studio, Christopher Schafer Clothier, doubledutch Boutique, Gian Marco Menswear, JS Edwards, Synchronicity Boutique, Tuxedo House and more! Go solo with Mixolo!
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Stag’s Leap Wine Dinner
6:30PM – 9:30PM
Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Baltimore – Pier 5
711 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Stag’s Leap’s story began more than 140 years ago on one of California’s earliest wine estates. Today, it is one of the most well-celebrated wines in the world. Reserve your seat today as space is limited! $125 per person (plus tax & gratuity)
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Open Mic: Stand-Up in Lenny’s Lobby
7PM – 8:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
This is your chance to get up and tell jokes – no experience necessary! Drop by this open mic and put your name on the list to try out five minutes or less of material. The stakes are low but the fun is fabulous.

Flora: A Botanical Workshop & Cocktail Series in the Garden Room
7PM – 9PM
Topside
612 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Join us for Tillandsia: Plants of the Air This lecture will focus on the Tillandsia genus, which is comprised of over 650 species of commonly called “air plants.” With roots that solely serve to anchor them in place on a tree or even something man-made, air plants draw all of their moisture and nutrient needs directly through the air around them. Learn how these interesting plants survive, how to care for them at home, and choose your own mounted air plant to take home with you! $45 ticket includes 2 cocktails, and your choice from a variety of mounted air plants.
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Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Pairing Dinner
7PM – 9PM
Sullivan’s Steakhouse (Baltimore, MD)
1 E Pratt St, Ste 102, Baltimore
Join us at Sullivan’s Steakhouse Baltimore for our Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Pairing Dinner on Thursday, November 7, from 7pm. Enjoy a four course menu created by our executive chef, expertly paired with four of Stag’s Leap’s most beloved wines from bright whites to luscious reds, for $120 per guest. RSVP to reserve your spot, spaces are very limited.
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Mondo Baltimore – Love on a Leash
7PM – ?
The Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Free – with karaoke after the flicks! With your hosts, Dad Ghost and Billy Scream Williams. PLUS – Win a date with HARRISON FORD!
7PM – SETTING THE MOOD – Mondo Baltimore never skimps on the foreplay… here’s a romantic clip show that will get the evening started right!
​8PM – LOVE ON A LEASH (2011, Fen Tian) Strap yourself in for the film that Dad Ghost calls “the worst movie he’s ever seen.”
Love takes a furry twist in this slice of romantic comedy… A young woman falls for a stray dog with a secret: by night, it becomes a man. Follow the journey of the golden retriever and the friend who gives him a home.

Roederer Champagne Dinner
7PM – 10PM
Charleston
1000 Lancaster St, Baltimore
One of Champagne’s finest & best known houses, Louis Roederer remains one of the region’s only family-run, independent producers. We will be serving six wines from their portfolio, including two vintages of their prestigious ‘Cristal’ bottling, alongside a special multi-course menu written for the occasion by Chef Cindy Wolf. Tickets $349 inclusive. Seating is limited. To book, please call 410.332.7373.

August Wilson’s RADIO GOLF
Oct 15 – Nov 17, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
It’s never the wrong time to do the right thing. STARRING Dawn Ursula, Jamil Mangan, Charles Dumas, Antony Floyd, and Jason B. McIntosh. Directed by Carl Cofield. Successful real estate developer Harmond Wilks is on a mission to become Pittsburgh’s first Black mayor by doing whatever it takes to transform his childhood neighborhood from blighted to bustling. But when he learns the truth about his family’s legacy, he is forced to decide whether he will finish what he started or fight to preserve his community’s history. This fast-paced, crackling conclusion to August Wilson’s unparalleled 10-play cycle examining the African-American experience in the 20th century is “surprising, suspenseful and crowd-pleasing.” (The New York Times), and draws striking parallels to the issues we still face today.
Buy Tickets Here

Thoughts of a Colored Man
Oct 10 – Nov 10, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM
Baltimore Center Stage
700 North Calvert Street, Baltimore
One theme, seven variations. A world-premiere play from Keenan Scott II, one of today’s boldest new voices, Thoughts of a Colored Man blends language, music, and dance. Welcome to the vibrant inner life of being Black, proud, and thriving in the 21st Century. Set over a single day, this richly theatrical mosaic goes beyond the rhythms of the basketball court and the boisterousness of the barbershop to shed brilliant light into the hearts and minds of a community of men searching for their most triumphant selves.
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Magazine Release Party for Issue 08
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Enoch Pratt Free Library
400 Cathedral St, Baltimore
BmoreArt’s Magazine Release Parties are hosted in Baltimore’s most iconic and interesting locations. Join us to celebrate Issue 08: Archive at the newly renovated central branch of Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Library, a beautiful historic building in Mount Vernon that has served as a consistent advocate for “equal access to information, services, and opportunities that empower, enrich, and enhance the quality of life for all.” Dress code is based on our theme: Archive, and the new issue will include stories about Baltimore’s rich past, present, and future – so come wearing cocktail party attire from your favorite era.
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The Shakespeare Rap Battle
8PM – 10PM
Motor House
120 West North Avenue, Baltimore
Brought to you by fools and madmen and Motor House, join us for this one-night special game-show-style event! See some of your favorite Baltimore performers go head to head in a Shakespeare-infused Rap Battle. We’ll be at Motor House’s West Bay – grab a drink from the bar and spend your night with us spitting bars about the bard. 3 Judges. 2 Teams. 1 Host. 1 Night only. THE PLAYERS: Mike SmithLauren DavisQuincy VicksJC PayneRenee RossJess Rivera, and YOUR HOST Drew Anderson. With JUDGES Tamara Blue Cavell-Allette and Terrance Fleming.
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Trivia
8PM – 10PM
Park Bench Pub
1749 Belt Street, Baltimore
Join us for good food and fun! Food and drink specials all night. Come test your knowledge!

The Clitorati Presents: Lip Service
8:30PM – 10:30PM
The Lou Costello Room
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
The Clitorati is back with another amazing comedy showcase in The Lou Room! Doors open at 8. $5 cover. Featuring Blaire postman, Woo Woo the Comedian, Camille Roberts, Anna Huntley, and Trish Smart.

BSC Presents: Gin and Jokes November, Joke Cornucopia
8:30PM – 10:30PM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Baltimore’s Best Comedy Night Returns! Gin and Jokes continues onward for our November show: Jokes Cornucopia! Celebrate a good harvest by laughing at the best comedians the east coast has to offer! This month we’re excited to have New York based comedian Benjy Himmelfarb headlining! Get your tickets early because we usually sell out! It’s the best money you can spend on a Thursday, guaranteed! Drinks by Baltimore Spirits Company! Hosted by Umar Khan! Laughs by you!
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The Peeps Show
8:30PM – 9:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Welcome to the Peeps Show, where on the first Thursday of every month, we give our audience the opportunity to peek behind the curtain at the saucy talent of female artists in Baltimore. The Peeps show opens with a feature of a local female or gender-minority artist sharing their work and the context behind it. Then, a curated coterie of female and gender-minority improvisers perform a show inspired by the art and artist. The Peeps Show sheds light on the incredible and diverse artistry of Baltimore. It is an unmatched opportunity to see what happens when worlds collide. It is a tease for the pursuit of expression.

From Justin to Kelly
9:30PM – 10:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Kelly Buttermore and Justin Peters are two of America’s top independent improvisers. As the duo From Justin to Kelly, they spend most of their time on tour, performing and teaching at theaters and festivals around the country; since 2014, they have performed and taught nearly 300 shows and workshops in 28 different states, the District of Columbia, Canada, and international waters. Their signature form is the Walter, a minimalistic monoscene that emphasizes silence, eye contact, and total commitment to the moment. Off stage, they promote a DIY ethos that encourages improvisers to find their own voices and own their own work. They are based in New York City, where they are the founders of Countdown Theater, a roaming pop-up comedy space. They also run the annual Countdown Improv Festival in Tampa, Florida. They spend a lot of time in the car, talking about the radio. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Friday, November 8

Light City 2019 – A Festival of Light, Music and Innovation
Nov 1 – 10, 5PM – 10PM
Baltimore Inner Harbor
In just three years, Light City has become one of the world’s most renowned light art festivals, transforming Baltimore with large-scale light art installations, performances and music. Situated along the Baltimore Inner Harbor and Waterfront, Light City features international, national and local artists, innovative culinary experiences and an interactive children’s area. 2019 marks the 4th year of Light City. Light City is held outdoors in tents, and inside the Inner Harbor’s most popular visitor attractions. The outdoor festival is 100% free and accessible; all indoor venues are accessible and some indoor/private venues may be ticketed. Click here for more information.

Wine Tasting Fridays
5PM – 8PM
Spirits of Mt Vernon
900 N CHARLES STREET, Baltimore
Check out our weekly FREE wine tasting and live music every Friday night, starting at 5pm!

Harvest Market
6PM – 8PM
The Potters Guild
3600 Clipper Mill Rd Ste 101, Baltimore
The Potter’s Guild of Baltimore Announces Its Fall Harvest Market! The festive Fall Harvest Market features unique ceramics and other art handmade by Guild artists. Come by and enjoy light refreshments at the gallery on Friday, November 8, 6-8pm and start your holiday shopping early!

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 all 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. This quarter guests will make our Sagamore Cider and Sagamore Fizz. Get ready to get hands-on creating these thirst quenching cocktails!
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Happy Hour Improv 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.

Majora’s Masquerade: Video Game Villains
7PM – 10PM
Baltimore Gamer Symphony Orchestra & Choir
323 Sollers Point Road, Baltimore
You are invited to join us for our annual Masquerade Ball benefit for the BGSO. You are NOT required to wear a mask to join us, but masks of all kinds, as well as costume/cosplay, is highly encouraged. We will be providing Cabaret-style entertainment so you can eat delicious catered food while listening to a Video Game Villain themed concert for your pleasure.
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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. 2 shows – 7:30 and 9pm. This week enjoy comedy from Abby MelloSandy BernsteinGreg K, and your host Michael Furr Comedy. Followed by our ever popular Friday Night Late Night at 10:30 hosted by Ian Salyers.
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Drunk Shakespeare: Graves Ghosts & Growlers
8PM – 11:30PM
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 West 41st Street, Baltimore
Hosted by Single Carrot Theatre! Get boozy with the Bard in this special Halloween-inspired event where drink and theatrics collide. Actors and friends present classic, fully rehearsed scenes about death and those who just refuse to die, but they’ve got to perform while foxed, bumpsy, drink-drowned, or plain old housed. High-brow meets hilarious hangover in this one-night-only event. Tickets: $16 – $25, includes one beer.
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The Charm City Kitty Club presents: Cliterature
Nov 8 & 9, 8PM – 10PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
The Charm City Kitty Club, Baltimore’s premiere queer cabaret, presents Cliterature, a queerly quixotic homage to the written word. Featuring a variety of standout local and regional performers in a range of disciplines from movement to music and more, Cliterature re-imagines beloved tropes from Sappho to Shakespeare and from noir to sci-fi. Featured performers include: Almah LaVon Rice, Afro-surrealist scribe – Rose Vineshank, Absurdist stand-up comedian – Heather Prescott, Soultry eclectic vocalist – Tatiana Nya Ford, Carefully-crafted performance piece – and Madeleine Madison McFierceson, Drag queen extraordinaire. Two nights only — don’t miss out! Doors, cocktails, and mingling at 7pm, show at 8pm, length is roughly two hours with a short intermission.
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Thoughts of a Colored Man
Oct 10 – Nov 10, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM
Baltimore Center Stage
700 North Calvert Street, Baltimore
One theme, seven variations. A world-premiere play from Keenan Scott II, one of today’s boldest new voices, Thoughts of a Colored Man blends language, music, and dance. Welcome to the vibrant inner life of being Black, proud, and thriving in the 21st Century. Set over a single day, this richly theatrical mosaic goes beyond the rhythms of the basketball court and the boisterousness of the barbershop to shed brilliant light into the hearts and minds of a community of men searching for their most triumphant selves.
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August Wilson’s RADIO GOLF
Oct 15 – Nov 17, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
It’s never the wrong time to do the right thing. STARRING Dawn Ursula, Jamil Mangan, Charles Dumas, Antony Floyd, and Jason B. McIntosh. Directed by Carl Cofield. Successful real estate developer Harmond Wilks is on a mission to become Pittsburgh’s first Black mayor by doing whatever it takes to transform his childhood neighborhood from blighted to bustling. But when he learns the truth about his family’s legacy, he is forced to decide whether he will finish what he started or fight to preserve his community’s history. This fast-paced, crackling conclusion to August Wilson’s unparalleled 10-play cycle examining the African-American experience in the 20th century is “surprising, suspenseful and crowd-pleasing.” (The New York Times), and draws striking parallels to the issues we still face today.
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The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Oct 18 – Nov 17, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 2PM
Vagabond Players, Inc.
806 S Broadway, Baltimore
This sharp and witty Tony Award-winning musical once again proves that a trip to the Vagabond Players is always spelled F – U – N! Conceived by Rebecca Feldman with additional material by Jay Reiss.
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Here We Are by Jen Diamond
Nov 8 – 17, Wed – Sat 8PM – 9:30PM. Sun 4PM – 5:30PM
The Interrobang Theatre Company
251 S Ann St, Baltimore
Amelia was the first female pilot to fly around the world. Now, she’s dead. When she wakes up in the Underworld, she is forced by Death himself to confront the worst things about her time on Earth in order to forget them once and for all. “Here We Are” is sponsored in part by Free Fall Baltimore. Free Fall Baltimore is presented by BGE, and is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization.​​​​​​​
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Man of La Mancha
Nov 8 – 17, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 4PM
Third Wall Productions
1108 Providence Road, Baltimore
Man of La Mancha, based on Cervantes’ epic 17th-century novel, Don Quixote, is a remarkable, poignant, moving musical that was one of the first shows to musicalize a piece of historical literature. Set in the context of the Spanish Inquisition, Man of La Mancha is presented as a play-within-a-play. We encounter historical author Miguel de Cervantes in prison, awaiting trial by the Inquisition. When his fellow prisoners try to take Cervantes’ belongings from him, including his manuscript, Cervantes proposes a trial in which he proves the merit of the manuscript through a reenactment, enlisting his fellow prisoners as characters in his play. Together, they tell the story of the aged Alonso Quijana who believes himself to be a knight errant, names himself Don Quixote, and pursues an obsessive quest to attain an impossible dream. Against all odds, Quixote and his trusty squire Sancho Panza take to the road in a quest to chivalry and seek out the good and innocent in a world filled with darkness and despair. Through the story, all the prisoners – at least for a moment – are transformed. The mad Don Quixote may think a windmill to be a giant and a tavern to be a castle, but along the way he also transforms a wretched woman into a beautiful lady – and proves that an old man’s belief can truly make him a knight.
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Space Kümité
Nov 8 – 23, Fri & Sat 8PM – 10PM
Peabody Heights Brewery
401 East 30th Street, Baltimore
Join the Baltimore Rock Opera Society for our next original production! Space Kümité is a live event that combines theater, music, audience participation, the spirit of professional wrestling, and the flavor of 80’s action and sci-fi movies. Welcome to the Ilion; a generation ship flung into space by Earth’s tech geniuses centuries ago to escape a dying planet. The ship left with no destination, and there is none in sight. It’s been 300 years, and the crew is getting restless. The A.I.s that run the Ilion have enacted policies to prevent open warfare: all beefs are settled in the ritual competition of fighting, singing, and loud insults known as “The Kümité”. Now, a signal has been detected. It might be the first sign of life from Earth in ages. The crew of the ship is in turmoil. Follow the signal? Stick to the mission? Does it even matter? As a Space Kümité attendee, you will join the crew. You will hear the choices argued in song. In shouted insults and arguments, and unarmed, zero-gravity combat. You will judge their merit. You will decide who fights, and who wins. You and your crew will determine the fate of the ship and, perhaps, all of humanity.
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Fells Point Ghost Tour
8PM – 9PM
Baltimore Ghost Tours
Sidewalk Outside of Max’S Sidebar, 731 S Broadway, Baltimore
All ages! Picture Fell’s Point, in Baltimore, Maryland, as it was, a rowdy seaport town, the birthplace of the sleek and dangerous clipper ship. Its streets were full of sailors from foreign lands spilling off ships, immigrants anxious to start a new life, and ladies of the night looking to make ends meet. Given this explosive combination, is it any wonder that many ghosts remained behind?
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The Quebe Sisters- Progressive Western Swing
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
The western swing sound developed by Bob Wills and others reached its popular peak in the 1950s’. Since then the sound has evolved in style and substance, with no group refining it more than the Quebe Sisters. Fronted by sisters Grace, Sophia, and Hulda, the group is a triple threat of vocal harmonies matched with exceptional three-part fiddling.
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Lit City Baltimore
8PM – 11PM
400 St. Paul Street , Baltimore
LIT City brings hundreds of Downtown neighbors to the light tunnel on St. Paul street for a dance party on Friday, November 8. Your ticket gets you food from some of Baltimore’s best restaurants, open bars, photo booths, serious vibes from DJ CoryT, a photo booth, glow sticks and more. Must be 21+
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BIG Mainstage Friday
9PM – 10PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Ready to see the best of the best? Then get yourself to BIG’s Mainstage! Okay sure, some might say, doesn’t BIG only have one stage? Yes, that’s true but this is still our main one. If we add stages down the line they will have different names. Featuring Old City and our brand new Friday Night Harold squad. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Face-Off Brawl – an Indie Improv Competition
9PM – 10PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
This underground illegal comedy battle pits two teams against each other in long-form improv Krav Maga where ANY MEANS NECESSARY will win over the audience, the refs, and ultimately the battle. It’ll be brutally funny. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

B L O W O U T Baltimore
9PM – 2AM
Grand Central Nightclub Baltimore
1001 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Dance, drag, and all-out fun! Grand Central is excited to be hosting BLOWOUT every Friday night! Provocative and jaw-dropping performances from drag artists! Electrifying music by top local DJs! An all-inclusive environment where self-expression is celebrated and troubles are danced away! Hosted by diva extraordinaire Bombalicious Eklaver!

Drag Queen Bingo – Kickoff Night!
10PM – 12AM
The Brass Tap – Baltimore
1205 W Mount Royal Ave, Baltimore
Drag Bingo! Second Friday of Every Month at 10pm! Join us for a great Drag Bingo party, featuring Regina Jozet Adams, Queen Jalah Nicole, and Ashlee Jozet Adams! Note that this is a 21 and over event.
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Saturday, November 9

Yoga at the Zoo
8AM – 10AM
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
1 Safari Place, Baltimore
Animals have been a core element of yoga poses for centuries. From downward dog to cow, to lizard, cat and more, wildlife has a deep tie to this ancient practice. Now’s your chance to connect even closer to nature during Yoga at the Zoo. Whether you’re just beginning or you’re looking to perfect your practice, a 60-minute yoga class at the Zoo offers something wildly different.
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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!

Kitten Yoga at Lord Baltimore Hotel
9AM – 10AM
Lord Baltimore Hotel
20 W Baltimore St, Baltimore
Join yoga teacher Alexa Bedingfield from Lift Yoga + Strength for a special, 60-minute yoga class with kittens and cats at Lord Baltimore Hotel! In this class you will practice an all-levels vinyasa yoga flow alongside adoptable kittens and cats. There will be plenty of cat poses to go around, along with seated and reclined postures so you have the opportunity to make a new feline furrriends during your practice. If you are new to yoga – don’t fret. This class will be beginner-friendly. Proceeds will be donated to The Feline Rescue Association and there will be an opportunity to meet and greet or even adopt the kittens when the class is over. Participants in the class will also receive one free “meow-mosa” after the class. Discounted parking will be available that morning for $5 for self park.
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Famous Saturday Brunch – DONUT MISS IT!
10AM – 3PM
The Charles Baltimore
1110 South Charles Street, Baltimore
Get an early start on day drinking with our Famous Saturday Brunch featuring a Diablo Donut Wall! Our complimentary donuts are first come, first serve every Saturday morning so plan to set your alarm because this party kicks off at 10am! Enjoy bottomless Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, Red & White Sangria, and Orange Crushes for only $15 until 3pm! Didn’t have time to get your morning coffee? We have new WAKE ME UP brunch shots!

Catacombs, 100-Year Vendors and History at Lexington Market
10:30AM – 11:30AM
Faidley’s Seafood
203 North Paca Baltimore, Baltimore
Begun in the early 1800s on land donated by John Eager Howard, Baltimore’s iconic Lexington Market holds the title as the oldest market in America. Ralph Waldo Emerson also dubbed it “the gastronomic capital of the world.” During the tour, we will visit Faidley’s, Berger’s, Konstant’s Candy, and other vendors that have been in their stall for a century or more. We will also explore the catacombs under the marketplace. Rediscovered in 1951 during the construction of a parking garage, the origins of these tunnels and vaults are mysterious. Were they used for cold storage before refrigeration? Did they house distilleries during Prohibition? We may not get the definitive answer, but we’ll at least get a first-hand look at these spaces that are normally closed to the public. Be sure to bring your canvas bags to do some quintessential Baltimore shopping afterward. And while 10:30 am may seem early for a Saturday morning, at least we’re not lining up when the historic starting bell would ring in the new market day at 2:00 am!
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Bath Bomb Workshop
11AM – 4:30PM
Made In Baltimore
20 W. North Avenue, Baltimore
Have you always wanted to make your own bath bombs? Join our creative workshop and learn bath bomb making from local soap maker, Mount Royal Soaps! You’ll learn the process of bath bomb making and create 10 bath bombs to bring home. All supplies will be provided including a variety of essential oils, botanical, and colorants.
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All Things Apple at the Union Collective
12PM – 5PM
Union Collective
1700 W 41st St, Baltimore
The Union Collective has one question for you….How do you like them apples? The Union Collective is throwing its first ever Apple Festival. Think Apple Pie Shakes and Apple ice creams at The Charmery, Apple inspired Casks & Hard Cider at UNION Craft Brewing, Apple takeover menu at Well Crafted Kitchen, a special apple themed release at Baltimore Spirits Company, Hot Cider and Coffee with specialty syrups at Vent Coffee Roasters, and an Apple-themed climb at Earth Treks Hampden. In addition, our newest neighbor, The Wine Collective will open their doors for tours. Brown’s Orchards will be here too selling apples and freshly pressed cider! To set the vibe right the The Honey Dewdrops will be playing at The Charmery from 2 to 4pm. Bring friends, family, children – face painting and crafts and all around frivolity!

Harvest Festival!
12PM – 5PM
R. House
301 W 29th St, Baltimore
Our annual Harvest Festival returns! We have fun for everyone. Free activities include pony rides, petting zoo, face painting, crafts, games and a curated class offering from Movement Lab. There’s also seasonal mini workshops, 20+ craft vendors in the Garage and we’re also bringing back Rattlewood bluegrass band. Our select seasonal mini workshops with Forest Culture and Walking Discovery are offered with a nominal fee. Visit our pop up bar for festive fall libations from Monument City Brewing Company, Barr Hill by Caledonia Spirits, Jägermeister and R. bar Harvest punch! Entry into the festival is complimentary. Register in advance for a chance to win one of our sponsored giveaway prizes.

Baltimore Bacon Fest
1PM – 5PM
POWER PLANT LIVE!
34 Market Pl, Baltimore
Bacon lovers unite! Power Plant Live! is celebrating the greatness of BACON! Baltimore Bacon Fest is coming to Power Plant Live! on Saturday, Nov. 9th. Local vendors from all over the city will be serving up a variety of bacon based dishes and quenching your thirst with bacon inspired cocktails. Come ready for a “bacontastic” day in a bacon-lover’s paradise. This is an event for all ages! Kids 12 and under free!
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Stand Tall Baltimore: A Fundraising Day Party for Bmore Awesome
1PM – 4:30PM
Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Join us as we celebrate Bmore Awesome’s work at our fundraising day party, “Stand Tall Baltimore!” DJ Harvey Dent on the 1s and 2s. With performances by: The 5th L, Jonathan Gilmore and The Experience, and Sarah FM. Food provided by Flight American Fusion! Open bar and cash bar ticket options available! Theme: Funky Fresh Fly Footwear! Is your tennis shoe/sneaker game a force to be reckoned with? Need a chance to break out your gators or your Stacey Adams’? Whether your Timberland boots are always fresh, or your adorned ballet flats are super-cute, or you are known for your high fashion over the knee boots or your sexy stilettos, bring your feet dressed-to-impress, whatever that means to you. (Bonus points for great socks or stockings!) Make your feet the star of this show and help us stand tall together! Random prizes for the best footwear!
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Binology 103: Orange Wines (Amber is the Color of Your Energy)
2PM – 3:30PM
BIN 604 Wine Sellers
604 S Exeter St, Baltimore
Join our wine experts for an entertaining 90-minute class jam-packed with valuable information, in a small, group format setting. 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. Tickets are $39.
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Fells Point Historic and Culinary Tour
3PM – 6:30PM
Bite Of Baltimore
Fells Point, Baltimore
Come discover Fells Point! You may have been here before, but do you know the colonial history of this small neighborhood? Do you know the courageous history of Baltimore in the Battle of 1812? Do you know how we shaped the future of America? There’s a lot about Baltimore you need to know – and that’s just the history! Do you know where there’s fresh charcuterie served with crab cakes and Korean-Polish cuisine? Now chase that down with a world class cocktail, and some seriously dangerous dessert. Sounds pretty great, right? We have an amazing menu curated for our standard tour!
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Fall Fling & Golden Edition Release
3PM – 11PM
Old Line Spirits
200 S Janney St, Baltimore
It’s our annual fall party and whiskey release! This year, we’re excited to announce the release of the nation’s oldest American Single Malt Whiskey! Pulled from the last remaining barrels filled by our mentors at Golden Distilling, this eight year old American Single Malt showcases the deep complexity of whiskey made from 100% malted barley and aged for an extended period of time in first use, white oak barrels. This whiskey was made on our 60 gallon copper pot still well before the category took off nationally – it’s a time machine that takes us back to Old Line’s roots! We’re only releasing 200 bottles of this exceptionally rare whiskey and there will be a pre-release purchase ability. This year’s Fling will feature live music, table and team games, and food by Charmed Kitchen. Monument City Brewing Company will also be here pouring beer! We’re also excited to announce our new Fall Cocktail Menu! We’re keeping our always popular crowd favorites, bringing back some favorites from the past like the Winchester and Starboard D (made with cask strength single malt and housemade root beer), and adding a couple of new ones- you’ll have to swing by to find out more…

2nd Annual Autumn Pig Out
4PM – 6PM
Little Havana
1325 Key Highway, Baltimore
Enjoy a complimentary Maker’s Mark cocktail in the company of Baltimore area ambassadors as well as Beam Suntory employees as we feast on a Maker’s Mark glazed pig at the 2nd Annual Autumn Pig Out at Little Havana. At the end of the evening everyone will leave with a bottle of Maker’s Mark Cask Strength! Attendance will be limited to the first 90 attendees.
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Light City 2019 – A Festival of Light, Music and Innovation
Nov 1 – 10, 5PM – 10PM
Baltimore Inner Harbor
In just three years, Light City has become one of the world’s most renowned light art festivals, transforming Baltimore with large-scale light art installations, performances and music. Situated along the Baltimore Inner Harbor and Waterfront, Light City features international, national and local artists, innovative culinary experiences and an interactive children’s area. 2019 marks the 4th year of Light City. Light City is held outdoors in tents, and inside the Inner Harbor’s most popular visitor attractions. The outdoor festival is 100% free and accessible; all indoor venues are accessible and some indoor/private venues may be ticketed. Click here for more information.

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum Annual Gala
5:30PM – 12AM
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
830 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Every year hundreds gather at the Reginald F. Museum to party with a purpose to support the authentic voice of African American art, history and culture in Maryland. Experience an evening full of art, entertainment, dancing, a multi-course dinner, cocktails, a cigar lounge, music and SO MUCH MORE. This year, we recognize the contributions of Baltimore philanthropists Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown and are grateful for the leadership of the 2019 Gala Chair, Mike Murchie, M&T Bank Mid-Atlantic Area Executive.
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Drag Revival – A Drag Dinner Show Hosted by Dee-Dee Dereon
6PM – 10PM
Revival, a Joie de Vivre Hotel
101 W MONUMENT STREET, Baltimore
Drag Revival is a monthly drag dinner show hosted by Dee Dee Derèon! Performances by the Drag Revival Cast: Venus Fastrada and Baby! With DJ Rob G3. Join us every Second Saturday for Drag Revival!

POC Jam!
6PM – 7PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
This improv jam is open to students and players who identify as a person of color. The purpose of the jam is to create a supportive creative environment for people of color and to have fun! All shows and jams at the Baltimore Improv Group are free, but please reserve here so we know you’re coming!

Puppet Slamwich!
6:30PM & 9:30PM
Puppet Slamwich at Black Cherry Puppet Theater
1115 Hollins St, Baltimore
Fall is a time for sweaters, hot apple cider, crisp air, and of course PUPPETS! Please join us for a special post Halloween Puppet Slamwich @ the Black Cherry Puppet theater on Saturday November 9th! The performances are geared more towards grown-ups – but all ages are welcome! Two shows at 6:30 and 9:30. Doors open 1/2 hour before each showtime.
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Glow Party
6:30PM – 11PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
Who is ready to glow?! Mount Vernon Marketplace will feature live music, unbeatable food and drink specials and dancing for an altogether electrifying evening. The Marketplace will be bringing the glow sticks, necklaces, sunglasses and other gear. IT’S ALL GOOD will be bringing the tunes. Operation ARTS will be bringing the jaw-dropping lighting installations. All you have to do is bring yourself!
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Casually Dope Improv Comedy
7PM – 10PM
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 space between (us), Baltimore debut
7PM & 8PM
Le Mondo
406 N Howard St, Baltimore
“The space between (us)” unpacks the human experience within the built environment, which commonly evokes feelings of isolation and emotional disconnection from the banal, everyday places we move through and inhabit. During the performances, sculptural objects act as a site for a weaving journey that begins in a meaningless, modern space but, coming unhinged from the norm, is remade into a place of exploration, creativity, freedom, and, ultimately, intimate human connection. Featured dancers include Deep Vision Dance Company members Deontay Gray, Samantha Hopkins, Melissa Lloyd, Sofie Massa, Rachel Moore, Sarah Smith, and Ann Zickefoose. Additional collaborators include an original score by PJ Dorsey (Tarotplane) and Erik Spangler (DJ Dubble8), dancing by Deep Vision Dance Company and costuming by Kendra Shapanus with 3D fabrication support by Chip Banister, Wilder Childs and Pete Karis. $10 Suggested Donation.

Mt Vernon Baltimore Haunted Pub Tour
7PM – 9PM
Marquis De Lafayette Statue in Mt Vernon park
near Baltimore’s Washington Monument on Charles St.
Mt. Vernon, perched upon a hill above Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, boasts the city’s most beautiful architecture. It also counted the city’s elite among its residents. Some residents are still calling the shots from beyond the veil. Raise a glass to the grand dame who will make sure you’re not wearing a similar outfit, or to the librarian who never takes a sick day. Visit some of Mt Vernon’s most glamorous watering holes and its late night hotspots on this two hour journey into the unknown. Tales of Mt Vernon’s spirits will haunt you long after the tour is over.
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Murder Mystery Dinner in Baltimore
7PM – 10PM
Ikaros Restaurant
4901 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Join The Murder Mystery Company live in Baltimore for the showing of Death of a Gangster, an immersive mystery experience full of twists and turns. A murder will occur and your sleuthing skills will be put to the test as you work to determine whodunnit. You’ll have the chance to examine clues and mingle with suspects to deduce the culprit as you dine on a killer three-course meal. You might even become a suspect yourself! Tickets go fast, so get yours today.
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Maryland Art Place 2019 Fall Benefit
7PM – 1AM
Maryland Art Place
218 W Saratoga St, Baltimore
This year’s theme is Great Gatsby, so come in your finest Roaring 20’s attire. Enjoy live music and delicious food courtesy of Noona’s to the back drop of our 2nd Tri-Annual Maryland State Artist Registry Juried Exhibition. Get excited for an evening of live entertainment by performing artists selected from the 2nd Tri-Annual MSAC Juried Show. Performance artists include Dominique Zeltzman, Shonnita Johnson, Stephanie Barber, Ceylon Mitchell , and Nicoletta de La Brown. David Page and Noah McWilliams will perform in the main gallery. Mariah Bonner, a Baltimore born and raised entertainer and cabaret singer will ease us into a evening of dancing. Mariah will be followed by JUMPIN’ JUPITER, a lively rockabilly band who can’t wait to shake up the speakeasy, so get ready to get rowdy! Drag Queens Bambi Galore and Miss Calculated will be on-site passing out candy cigarettes and dressed to impress in their Gatsby-themed attire. Get a drink at the local watering hole supplied by Union Craft Brewing & Spirits of Mt. Vernon. Pixilated will be there to document the evening. Pose in your 1920’s garb while you sip (daintily) on a beer and casually puff powdered sugar from your candy cigarette into the joy-filled air.
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Fells Point Haunted Pub Tour
7PM – 9PM
Baltimore Ghost Tours
Sidewalk Outside of Max’S Sidebar, 731 S Broadway
Step through the doors of some of Fell’s Point’s most haunted pubs for a fascinating haunted pub crawl tour of this historic maritime neighborhood. Taverns in Fells Point have always been the rowdy stomping grounds of locals and visitors alike looking for a good time and a drink, and today it’s no different. Join the crowd and belly up to the bar like times past. If your arms break out into goosebumps, and the hair on your neck stands up, it may be because ghost sightings have happened all around you.
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Second Saturday S#!T Show at the Ottobar – Headliner Chris Alan
7:30PM – 9PM
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Chris Alan is a stand comedian and writer. Chris’ conversational yet laid back style coupled with his quick wit keeps audiences on their toes. He’s performed at Rogue Island Comedy Festival, DC Underground Festival, among others. He’s appeared on Laughs on Fox. He hosts a weekly podcast called Negro Please Radio. He’s currently touring clubs and venues across the country. Featuring Danny Charnley Pete Bergen Umar Khan Michael Furr and the first ever Olympic Gold Medalist on the show Bernard Williams. Free!

The Charm City Kitty Club presents: Cliterature
Nov 8 & 9, 8PM – 10PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
The Charm City Kitty Club, Baltimore’s premiere queer cabaret, presents Cliterature, a queerly quixotic homage to the written word. Featuring a variety of standout local and regional performers in a range of disciplines from movement to music and more, Cliterature re-imagines beloved tropes from Sappho to Shakespeare and from noir to sci-fi. Featured performers include: Almah LaVon Rice, Afro-surrealist scribe – Rose Vineshank, Absurdist stand-up comedian – Heather Prescott, Soultry eclectic vocalist – Tatiana Nya Ford, Carefully-crafted performance piece – and Madeleine Madison McFierceson, Drag queen extraordinaire. Two nights only — don’t miss out! Doors, cocktails, and mingling at 7pm, show at 8pm, length is roughly two hours with a short intermission.
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Thoughts of a Colored Man
Oct 10 – Nov 10, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM
Baltimore Center Stage
700 North Calvert Street, Baltimore
One theme, seven variations. A world-premiere play from Keenan Scott II, one of today’s boldest new voices, Thoughts of a Colored Man blends language, music, and dance. Welcome to the vibrant inner life of being Black, proud, and thriving in the 21st Century. Set over a single day, this richly theatrical mosaic goes beyond the rhythms of the basketball court and the boisterousness of the barbershop to shed brilliant light into the hearts and minds of a community of men searching for their most triumphant selves.
Buy Tickets Here

August Wilson’s RADIO GOLF
Oct 15 – Nov 17, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
It’s never the wrong time to do the right thing. STARRING Dawn Ursula, Jamil Mangan, Charles Dumas, Antony Floyd, and Jason B. McIntosh. Directed by Carl Cofield. Successful real estate developer Harmond Wilks is on a mission to become Pittsburgh’s first Black mayor by doing whatever it takes to transform his childhood neighborhood from blighted to bustling. But when he learns the truth about his family’s legacy, he is forced to decide whether he will finish what he started or fight to preserve his community’s history. This fast-paced, crackling conclusion to August Wilson’s unparalleled 10-play cycle examining the African-American experience in the 20th century is “surprising, suspenseful and crowd-pleasing.” (The New York Times), and draws striking parallels to the issues we still face today.
Buy Tickets Here

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Oct 18 – Nov 17, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 2PM
Vagabond Players, Inc.
806 S Broadway, Baltimore
This sharp and witty Tony Award-winning musical once again proves that a trip to the Vagabond Players is always spelled F – U – N! Conceived by Rebecca Feldman with additional material by Jay Reiss.
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Here We Are by Jen Diamond
Nov 8 – 17, Wed – Sat 8PM – 9:30PM. Sun 4PM – 5:30PM
The Interrobang Theatre Company
251 S Ann St, Baltimore
Amelia was the first female pilot to fly around the world. Now, she’s dead. When she wakes up in the Underworld, she is forced by Death himself to confront the worst things about her time on Earth in order to forget them once and for all. “Here We Are” is sponsored in part by Free Fall Baltimore. Free Fall Baltimore is presented by BGE, and is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization.​​​​​​​
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Man of La Mancha
Nov 8 – 17, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 4PM
Third Wall Productions
1108 Providence Road, Baltimore
Man of La Mancha, based on Cervantes’ epic 17th-century novel, Don Quixote, is a remarkable, poignant, moving musical that was one of the first shows to musicalize a piece of historical literature. Set in the context of the Spanish Inquisition, Man of La Mancha is presented as a play-within-a-play. We encounter historical author Miguel de Cervantes in prison, awaiting trial by the Inquisition. When his fellow prisoners try to take Cervantes’ belongings from him, including his manuscript, Cervantes proposes a trial in which he proves the merit of the manuscript through a reenactment, enlisting his fellow prisoners as characters in his play. Together, they tell the story of the aged Alonso Quijana who believes himself to be a knight errant, names himself Don Quixote, and pursues an obsessive quest to attain an impossible dream. Against all odds, Quixote and his trusty squire Sancho Panza take to the road in a quest to chivalry and seek out the good and innocent in a world filled with darkness and despair. Through the story, all the prisoners – at least for a moment – are transformed. The mad Don Quixote may think a windmill to be a giant and a tavern to be a castle, but along the way he also transforms a wretched woman into a beautiful lady – and proves that an old man’s belief can truly make him a knight.
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Space Kümité
Nov 8 – 23, Fri & Sat 8PM – 10PM
Peabody Heights Brewery
401 East 30th Street, Baltimore
Join the Baltimore Rock Opera Society for our next original production! Space Kümité is a live event that combines theater, music, audience participation, the spirit of professional wrestling, and the flavor of 80’s action and sci-fi movies. Welcome to the Ilion; a generation ship flung into space by Earth’s tech geniuses centuries ago to escape a dying planet. The ship left with no destination, and there is none in sight. It’s been 300 years, and the crew is getting restless. The A.I.s that run the Ilion have enacted policies to prevent open warfare: all beefs are settled in the ritual competition of fighting, singing, and loud insults known as “The Kümité”. Now, a signal has been detected. It might be the first sign of life from Earth in ages. The crew of the ship is in turmoil. Follow the signal? Stick to the mission? Does it even matter? As a Space Kümité attendee, you will join the crew. You will hear the choices argued in song. In shouted insults and arguments, and unarmed, zero-gravity combat. You will judge their merit. You will decide who fights, and who wins. You and your crew will determine the fate of the ship and, perhaps, all of humanity.
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The BIG Improv Power Hour
9PM – 10PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Ready to see the best of the best? It’s BIG’s Power Hour! Featured troupes are GUS and our brand new Saturday night Harold squad. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Scandalous Saturdays at Sidebar: Emo Drag Night
9PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Sidebar’s monthly drag show is back, with your host, Pariah Sinclair! Novembers theme is Emo/Punk! So come out in your all black, smear on your eyeliner, and be a sad boi with us. $8 over 21 // $10 under 21 or no ID ALL AGES! First 10 people through the door receive our special cocktail of the night! $5 Rails, $3.50 natty bohs

Sunday, November 10

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.

Art To Dine For – Brunch with the Art Star
11AM – 3PM
A fundraiser for Creative Alliance
321 W Madison St, Baltimore
Immerse your senses in the work of Kelly Walker, founder of Artstar Custom Paintworks, as she welcomes you into her fun and funky body shop turned artist studio and luxury living space for an art-inspired brunch. Learn about Kelly’s signature process and how she uses atypical media to create intricately layered works of art. Delight in Chef Tess Mosley’s culinary creations, which will celebrate Kelly’s vision by pairing each dish with one of her works. This feast for the eyes and the taste buds will include brunch classics with a twist, complemented by decadent drinks and cocktails. Art To Dine For supports Creative Alliance’s free education and community programs for children, youth, & families.
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Second Sunday Drag Brunch
12:30PM – 3:30PM
Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown
24 West Franklin Street, Baltimore
Join us at Poets Modern Cocktails & Eats in Hotel Indigo Baltimore this Special Sunday Drag Brunch featuring Sue Nami & Guests. Enjoy Brunch with bottomless Mimosas. The cost is $40 (plus tax and automatic 18% gratuity) and these events sell out quickly, reservations highly recommended, but not required, seating is limited. Self-Parking is complimentary at the 15 West Franklin Street garage with Drag Brunch! $40 includes buffet, entertainment and bottomless Mimosas. $20 deposit due at time of reservation. Remaining $20, tax and grat is due upon arrival.
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Second Sundays Crab Feasts
1PM – 6PM
Full Tilt Brewing
5604 York Road, Baltimore
Join us at The Taproom on the 2nd Sunday of each month from April to October this year as we work with some of the best local seafood vendors Charm City has to offer. October event supplied by Watermans Pride Seafood and runs from Noon to 6pm. No tickets necessary and crabs sold by the dozen. Dozen Small Males – $25. Dozen Medium Males – $40. Bundle (Dozen Med., 1lb Steamed Shrimp, 2 Corn-on-the-Cob) – $55. Jumbo lump crab cake platter w/ French fries and slaw – $17.99. Jumbo lump crab cake – $12.99. Jumbo lump crabcake sandwich w/ homemade chips – $15.50. 12 ct wings – $11.99. 6ct wings (Chesapeake mild or bbq) – $6.25. Shrimp salad sandwich w/chips – $9.99.

NEW DATE! Market Center Trash Bash!
2PM – 7PM
Lexington Market
400 W Lexington St, Baltimore
Come clean up one of Baltimore’s most historic neighborhoods – and party afterward! Bring the family and get discount tickets to RADIO GOLF. Celebrate community and care for Baltimore City in one of Baltimore’s most historic downtown districts. Everyman Theatre, along with Seawall Development, Lexington Market, Catholic Relief Services, and the Market Center Merchants Association invite you to pitch in, party, and partake in the first-ever MARKET CENTER TRASH BASH! Everyman was inspired to move beyond the boundaries of their theater space into their community by the upcoming presentation of Radio Golf – the story of a Black man running for Mayor of Pittsburgh and grappling with the complexity of gentrification in his home neighborhood that closely resembles Baltimore, and the Market Center neighborhood. These partners invite all supporters of Baltimore to continue bucking the terrible stereotypes spread earlier this summer by coming together and beautifying this beloved neighborhood. Participants are invited to stay after the cleanup for a Block Party with free food and drink, as well as deeply discounted tickets to attend the evening performance of RADIO GOLF. Cleanup begins and ends at Lexington Market and will focus on the surrounding blocks in the neighborhood. Registration and post-cleanup Block Party will be at the Lexington Market parking lot (access on Eutaw Street)Free parking available in the Lexington Market Paca and Lexington Street lots. Discounted parking available at the Atrium Garage (accessible from Fayette and Eutaw Streets).
Free Registration Here

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Not a Film Fest: Anticolonial Conversations in Baltimore
2PM – 6PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Inspired by Third Cinema, this series is open and free to the public and encourages spectators to become participants. We invite all people of Baltimore and beyond to join us for cinema, conversation, and a building of community. “Not a Film Fest: Anticolonial Conversations in Baltimore” explores the theme of social justice movements of the past and present that have largely been unrecognized or misrepresented. By crafting a program anchored in film, lively conversation, and debate, we aim to make clear the intimate (and sometimes problematic) connections between struggles nationally and internationally. Our program includes a series of diverse events across Baltimore city that make clear the connections between liberation struggles, regardless of manufactured borders, and to inspire a conversation locally that is global and intersectional in its commitment to justice and emancipation.
Free Tickets Here

Thoughts of a Colored Man
Oct 10 – Nov 10, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM
Baltimore Center Stage
700 North Calvert Street, Baltimore
One theme, seven variations. A world-premiere play from Keenan Scott II, one of today’s boldest new voices, Thoughts of a Colored Man blends language, music, and dance. Welcome to the vibrant inner life of being Black, proud, and thriving in the 21st Century. Set over a single day, this richly theatrical mosaic goes beyond the rhythms of the basketball court and the boisterousness of the barbershop to shed brilliant light into the hearts and minds of a community of men searching for their most triumphant selves.
Buy Tickets Here

August Wilson’s RADIO GOLF
Oct 15 – Nov 17, Tues – Thur 7:30PM, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sat & Sun 2PM, Sun 7PM
Everyman Theatre
315 W Fayette St, Baltimore
It’s never the wrong time to do the right thing. STARRING Dawn Ursula, Jamil Mangan, Charles Dumas, Antony Floyd, and Jason B. McIntosh. Directed by Carl Cofield. Successful real estate developer Harmond Wilks is on a mission to become Pittsburgh’s first Black mayor by doing whatever it takes to transform his childhood neighborhood from blighted to bustling. But when he learns the truth about his family’s legacy, he is forced to decide whether he will finish what he started or fight to preserve his community’s history. This fast-paced, crackling conclusion to August Wilson’s unparalleled 10-play cycle examining the African-American experience in the 20th century is “surprising, suspenseful and crowd-pleasing.” (The New York Times), and draws striking parallels to the issues we still face today.
Buy Tickets Here

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Oct 18 – Nov 17, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 2PM
Vagabond Players, Inc.
806 S Broadway, Baltimore
This sharp and witty Tony Award-winning musical once again proves that a trip to the Vagabond Players is always spelled F – U – N! Conceived by Rebecca Feldman with additional material by Jay Reiss.
Buy Tickets Here

Here We Are by Jen Diamond
Nov 8 – 17, Wed – Sat 8PM – 9:30PM. Sun 4PM – 5:30PM
The Interrobang Theatre Company
251 S Ann St, Baltimore
Amelia was the first female pilot to fly around the world. Now, she’s dead. When she wakes up in the Underworld, she is forced by Death himself to confront the worst things about her time on Earth in order to forget them once and for all. “Here We Are” is sponsored in part by Free Fall Baltimore. Free Fall Baltimore is presented by BGE, and is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization.​​​​​​​
Buy Tickets Here

Man of La Mancha
Nov 8 – 17, Fri & Sat 8PM, Sun 4PM
Third Wall Productions
1108 Providence Road, Baltimore
Man of La Mancha, based on Cervantes’ epic 17th-century novel, Don Quixote, is a remarkable, poignant, moving musical that was one of the first shows to musicalize a piece of historical literature. Set in the context of the Spanish Inquisition, Man of La Mancha is presented as a play-within-a-play. We encounter historical author Miguel de Cervantes in prison, awaiting trial by the Inquisition. When his fellow prisoners try to take Cervantes’ belongings from him, including his manuscript, Cervantes proposes a trial in which he proves the merit of the manuscript through a reenactment, enlisting his fellow prisoners as characters in his play. Together, they tell the story of the aged Alonso Quijana who believes himself to be a knight errant, names himself Don Quixote, and pursues an obsessive quest to attain an impossible dream. Against all odds, Quixote and his trusty squire Sancho Panza take to the road in a quest to chivalry and seek out the good and innocent in a world filled with darkness and despair. Through the story, all the prisoners – at least for a moment – are transformed. The mad Don Quixote may think a windmill to be a giant and a tavern to be a castle, but along the way he also transforms a wretched woman into a beautiful lady – and proves that an old man’s belief can truly make him a knight.
Buy Tickets Here

Odd Lots Event
4:30PM – 7:30PM
Rolling Road Golf Club
814 Hilltop Rd, Catonsville
This is a private event for Members of the Wine and Food Society of Maryland and their guests. The annual Odd Lots event will once again be held at Rolling Road Golf Club in their second floor ballroom. The Cellar Committee has once again selected fabulous wines that were cellar stragglers from prior events. This is always a great opportunity to revisit some favorite wines that you wish you had another glass of. Here is your chance! We have built a menu of small plates to go with each group of wines. In addition to our reception wines and appetizer we will have four main stations and a dessert table with wines. The wine list includes Chateau Beaucastel, Aubert Eastside Chardonnay, Brunellos from Poggio Antico and a Grand Cru Burgundy from Faiveley. The Odd Lots event is always a wonderful format to enjoy old friends and make new friends as we all circulate from tasting table to tasting table. The event is open to guests, so we encourage members to bring friends and potential members. Interested in joining? Message The Wine and Food Society of Baltimore, Maryland.

Light City 2019 – A Festival of Light, Music and Innovation
Nov 1 – 10, 5PM – 10PM
Baltimore Inner Harbor
In just three years, Light City has become one of the world’s most renowned light art festivals, transforming Baltimore with large-scale light art installations, performances and music. Situated along the Baltimore Inner Harbor and Waterfront, Light City features international, national and local artists, innovative culinary experiences and an interactive children’s area. 2019 marks the 4th year of Light City. Light City is held outdoors in tents, and inside the Inner Harbor’s most popular visitor attractions. The outdoor festival is 100% free and accessible; all indoor venues are accessible and some indoor/private venues may be ticketed. Click here for more information.

Opera Night – 5 Course Italian Dinner & Live Opera Performances
6PM – 9PM
Sotto Sopra Restaurant
405 N Charles St, Baltimore
Fall is here and the fresh crisp air abounds. We hope you will join us for an evening of tantalizing Sotto Sopra cuisine. Our opera performers will regale you with your favorite arias that tell the stories of lives and loves both won and lost. Hear their amazing voices as they envelop Sotto Sopra’s 19th century dining room. The acoustics are amazing, the singers engaging and the food—aah, the food reflects the deft hand that is Italian. Call 410 625 0534 to purchase tickets

Charm City Trivia at Cross Street Market
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Cross Street Market
1065 S Charles Street, Baltimore
Charm City Trivia is Maryland’s best live trivia gameshow! Enjoy weekly trivia fun for all ages and skill levels — bring your friends or make some new ones, every Sunday at the Market. Maybe you’ll win some delicious prizes.

Class Clowns – an Improv Comedy Showcase
7PM – 7:30PM
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.

Taco Dog
7:30PM – 8:30PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
Tacos are great, dogs are great, and Taco Dog is super great. We play youtube clips, pause them, and then ask improvisers to complete the scenes. It’s ridiculous and hilarious, and following an economic model we don’t fully understand, it’s 100% free. Baltimore Improv Group offers free comedy shows every night of the week. But please reserve so we know you’re coming.

Surprise Party: SURPRISE
10PM – 11PM
The BIG Theater
1727 North Charles Street, Baltimore
SURPRISE! Tonight Surprise Party Performs with little or no warning! All BIG Shows are FREE but please reserve so we know you’re coming!

Enjoy!

– Lindsey

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