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Fall for Art: Tour Six Woodberry Artists’ Studios, Sept. 24


Join The Women’s Committee of the Walters Art Museum and FALL for ART, Sunday, September 24, 2017, 4–7 p.m. Take a self-guided tour through the Woodberry studios of six local artists, featuring sculpture, painting, drawing, and photography. Beer, wine, and light fare will be served. $50 per person.

Ticket purchase & event details at

Check-in & registration: Hooper Mill Studios, 3500 Parkdale Ave, Bldg 1, Baltimore, MD 21211. Proceeds benefit the Walters and its educational programs and exhibitions.

City Paper Nominates Us for Best of Baltimore


Our readers were kind enough to make Baltimore Fishbowl a finalist in the last-ever Baltimore City Paper Readers’ Poll under the category of Best Baltimore-Related Website.

To cast your vote, click here.

Back-to-School: Join Us for Our Launch Party, Sept. 28


Get in the Back-to-School spirit and join us on Thursday, Sept. 28 at the Village of Cross Keys as we celebrate the publication of our second annual guide to Baltimore’s independent schools (flip through the first one here).  Local food, specialty drinks, giveaways from Baltimore tote bag purveyor Treason Toting Co.,

The Charles backpack in Raven from Treason Toting Co.

Musician Offers a Wry, Snarky Look at Trump Era

Photo courtesy of Jmore

By Alan Feiler

In the opening track of his new album “Songs of Snark & Despair,” award-winning local musician Seth Kibel wonders how some of the icons of the left would feel today living in the Trump era.

Howard County’s Jewish Community Launches Campaign to Help Ugandan Jews


By Peter Arnold

In response to Uganda’s current famine crisis, the Jewish Federation of Howard County and the Howard County Board of Rabbis have launched an emergency campaign to raise funds for the Abayudaya, the African nation’s community of approximately 2,000 Jews.

Vernon Davis: Colin Kaepernick Was ‘Great Teammate, Great Leader’

Credit: Sabina Moran/PressBox

By Andy Kostka

Former Maryland tight end Vernon Davis, who spent five years playing alongside quarterback Colin Kaepernick on the San Francisco 49ers, said Kaepernick was a “great teammate.”

Fluid Movement’s ‘Sharkespeare’ Combines Synchronized Swimming and Shakespeare

Photo by Jim Burger

Ahoy! Fluid Movement, Baltimore’s wackiest (and only?) water ballet troupe is back for another lap across the pool.

Op-Ed: Project C.O.R.E. Has Already Excluded Madison Park North Residents


By Elizabeth Kane, a student at The Park School of Baltimore.

Walking past the site of the now-demolished Madison Park North apartments on Easter weekend, I stopped to notice a sign with a drawing of the new buildings going up in the neighborhood. It reads, “Working Together to Realize a New Vision for Madison Park North,” but, with a marker, someone had altered the sign to say, “Working Together to Realize a New Vision for White People.”

Church of the Redeemer Lecture Series Explores Social Justice


The second of the Church of the Redeemer Lecture Series is tonight. It’s not too late to register to attend!

September 28: Judge Andre Davis, 4th Circuit

andre-davisAndre M. Davis has been a judge for over two decades. Upon graduating from law school, Davis served as law clerk to Judge Frank A. Kaufman and then to Judge Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr. He also served as an appellate attorney for the Civil Rights Division of the U.S Department of Justice and as an Assistant United States Attorney in Baltimore. In 1987, Davis was appointed as associate judge of the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore City. Next, he was appointed as associate judge of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. In 1995, Davis was nominated and confirmed to a seat on the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. Davis has been a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit since 2009. Davis received his BA in American history from the University of Pennsylvania in 1971 and graduated cum laude from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1978. To register, click here.

Maryland’s First West Elm Opens Today in Harbor Point

Photocredit: Core Creative Co.
Photo credit: Core Creative Co.

Home furnishings retailer West Elm opened today its first Maryland location at 1301 Dock St. between Harbor East and Fells Point.