Hot Plate: Wine Release Party at Woodberry Kitchen, Thanksgiving around Town, Food Market Book Release Party & More

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Woodberry Kitchen is celebrating Old Westminster Winery’s new Cabernet Franc with a Beaujolais Nouveau-style fete on the patio this evening.

Happy Thanksgiving Week, Baltimore! This week is mostly about turkey (and shopping) but local restaurants have a few additional tricks up their sleeves. Here’s a look at what’s happening over the next few days:

Greenlaurel: Carver Vo-Tech Students Build Wood Sculpture for Druid Hill Park’s ‘Nature Play Space’

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Carver Vo-Tech seniors Marc Bostic and Keyashia Holt, juniors Jason Turnage and Levi Davis, and their teacher, Greg McDevitt, show off their new wood sculpture.

Using natural elements like downed trees, logs and willow branch tunnels, so-called nature play spaces parks are a new trend in playgrounds — and Baltimore has joined the movement.

Columbia’s Alleged Hamburglar Nabbed by Howard County Police

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Still from video via Howard County Police

The woman infamously seen clumsily burglarizing a McDonald’s in Columbia last week has been captured, according to authorities.

Featured Listing & Open House: Gorgeous Stone Colonial in Pinehurst

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Located in Baltimore County, north of Gittings Avenue and south of Rodgers Forge, Pinehurst is a picturesque neighborhood of beautiful homes and tree-lined sidewalks.

The Charles Theater, Lewis Museum to Host Early Screenings of HBO’s ‘Baltimore Rising’

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Still from trailer, via YouTube/HBO

Sonja Sohn’s new documentary premieres in Baltimore tonight with the literal red carpet treatment.

Kids Rock: ‘Saturday Morning Tunes’ Comes to The Senator Theatre

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Lard Dog & the Band of Shy. Image via WTMD.

On the first Saturday of December, WTMD’s popular “Saturday Morning Tunes” concert series moves to the historic Senator Theatre for a family-friendly, indoor music festival, presented by Live Baltimore.

Author Doug Tallamy will present “Creating Living Landscapes” at Friends School Dec. 5

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Friends School of Baltimore, in partnership with the Guilford Garden Club and Lake Roland Nature Council, will welcome Doug Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home: How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens, on Tuesday, December 5, 7 pm, in the Forbush Auditorium. Dr. Tallamy’s lecture, “Creating Living Landscapes,” is open to all and admission is free.