Caroline Bogrov


ADOPT A PET: Baltimore Humane Society’s Pets of the Week



Hey world, it’s me Roxy!! A very nice woman found me in the street near her property and brought me to BHS so they could find me a new forever home. I was around a small dog in the woman’s barn, but if you have a dog in your home we’ll do a dog intro to make sure that everyone gets along. If you have a cat we could test for that too. Everyone who meets me says I’m the most gentle, laid-back girl who loves belly rubs, but the thing they’re most impressed by is that I will speak, sit down, AND give paw. Oh, and not to brag, but I’m also a Shakespearean stage star! I’ve been co-starring in Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’s Hamlet and Midsummer Night’s Dream. I even did a show with their children’s youth ensemble. Critics say I’m a charismatic hit! If I sound like the dog for you then let’s not wait a minute longer to get acquainted.


Hey everyone! I’m Bam Bam and I came here with Betty Rubble because we were found outside, but couldn’t stay with the person who found us– too many animals already. No one is 100% sure if we are related, but it is possible. I may seem scared at first, but actually I’m just hoping you’ll pet or rub me because I love it so much. I also like furry mice or toys with catnip and soft cat beds. I think I’m pretty sweet, but you will have to come in for yourself to find out. So, how about it? Just fill out an application first to start the process. See you soon, I hope!


Friday, August 16th, 2013
5:00pm – 8:00pm | FREE!
This summer, the Maryland Science Center will liven up its harbor terrace with tunes and treats at its all-new Patio Party series. Patio Parties will occur rain or shine on select Fridays alongside the discounted admission for Fridays After Five in July and August. Science Center admission is not required to participate in the party.
These summertime celebrations feature live, family-friendly music, good food, beer, wine and soft drinks available for purchase at happy hour prices! And it all happens right in Baltimores historic Inner Harbor on the Science Centers outdoor patio.
Patio Party Band Schedule:
August 16 Featuring eclectic five piece band Yo No SayFridays After Five takes place every Friday in July and August from 5:00-8:00 p.m., including full admission to the Maryland Science Center, with an IMAX screening and a Planetarium show all for a discounted $8 (free for members).

The Maryland Science Center is located at 601 Light Street at Baltimores Inner Harbor. For information and ticket prices, visit or call the 24-Hour Information Line at 410-685-5225.


7:00pm – 9:00pm | $40
The scene: the Maryland Science Center. The night: Thursday, August 15 at 7:00 p.m. The case: cocktails and murder at Bloody Marys & Bloody Deeds! Guests to the Science Center on this fateful evening will join trial lawyer, writer and Ripperologist Janis Wilson for cocktails, light fare and a presentation on the role Sherlock Holmes could have played in investigating the horrific crimes of Jack the Ripper.

The evening begins in the Maryland Science Centers exhibit, Sherlock Holmes and the Clocktower Mystery, along with a presentation by Wilson in the adjacent theater on Sir Arthur Conan Doyles interest in the Ripper killings and on whether Holmes methods could have solved the murders.Cocktails and light fare are offered at 7:00 p.m., followed by Wilsons presentation at 8:00 p.m. which includes time for discussion and a tour of the exhibitcomplete with a live actor portrayalafterward.

In addition to being a writer, journalist and trial lawyer, Janis Wilson is a commentator on the Investigation Discovery Channel program Deadly Affairs and is a professor at Temple University. Wilsons short story, The Devils Triangle, will be published this year.

Tickets are $40 all-inclusive ($35 for Science Center members) for food, drink and presentation.Bloody Marys & Bloody Deeds is for ages 21 and over only.The Maryland Science Center is located at 601 Light Street at Baltimores Inner Harbor. For information, visit or call the 24-Hour Information Line at 410-685-5225.



On Paper: Works from the Cohen Collection

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Carl Andre, Mel Bochner, Donald Judd, Bruce Nauman, Olafur Eliasson, Tony Smith, and other important Minimalist and Conceptual artists are highlighted in this exhibition of 20 exquisite drawings from the collection of former BMA Board Chair Suzanne F. Cohen. The exhibition includes pieces both generously gifted and promised to the BMA, as well as works given to the BMA in her honor.

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6:30pm – 9:00pm | $65
Solve the mystery of gluten and dairy free baking. Bake gluten free cookies, muffins, cakes and pies to delight everyone. Plan to take treats home with you! In this series on gluten free cooking you will learn to shop and stock your pantry, prepare meals and sweets that satisfy, with gluten and dairy free components. Egg and soy substitutions will also be discussed. Tips provided for converting old favorite recipes into new gluten and dairy free versions. Materials/food cost $45 due at the first class. Hosted by CCBS, class starts at 6:30 pm. at Catonsville High School.

421 Bloomsbury Avenue
Catonsville, MD 21228



PABU Throws 80’s Inspired Cobra Kai Party

6:30pm – 10:00pm | $29
PABU is throwing an 80’s inspired party in homage to Karate Kid and Cobra Kai. The evening will be full of great fare prepared by Executive Chef Jonah Kim and Executive Pastry Chef Chris Ford.  All you can eat food selections inspired by the flavors of the 80’s include Okodogs, Loco Moco, Chef Jonahs take on Stouffers frozen meals, Broccoli & Cheese, and Chris Fords twist on the classic Twinkies and HoHos. Beverage specials will include house-made wine coolers among other libations.  DJ J Gray will be jamming out to some of the best 80’s tracks that will be sure to take you back including Michael Jacksons Thriller, Madonna, Prince and other big hair artists.



 8:00pm – 9:00pm | $5

If you’ve ever wanted to learn the basics of swing but were too intimidated to try, heres your opportunity to dive (and flip) right in. Learn from the pros over at Mobtown Ballroom, then stick around for a dance, featuring tunes from DJ Dan Repsch.

Adopt a Pet: Baltimore Humane Society’s Pets of the Week



Hello world!! I was brought to BHS by a good Samaritan police officer named Officer Jacobs because I was living on a construction site being fed by numerous people who saw me throughout the day…and if you are wondering, yes that’s how I got the name Jacob. I may come across as shy at first by cowering my head down to say, “I don’t know you”, but once you pet me or put a leash on me I become a wiggle butt and am betting (and hoping) you will fall in love with me as quickly as the BHS staff did. I enjoy giving hugs and laying in your lap. Yep, I do think I’m a lap dog sometimes. Since I am still young, around 8 months, I will need help from my new family with house training. I’d love to go to puppy classes. It would be a lot of fun for us to do together! I am a happy dog and am sure I’d make you a lovable and loyal companion. Come to BHS soon to find out for yourself.


Pleased to meet you! My name is Pep. I was originally adopted from BHS back when I was just a baby, but was recently returned because I was not getting along with one of the other cats in the home. Apparently I was okay with the male cat and played with him, but I would scratch the female cat. I can be an independent girl who doesn’t particularly enjoy being held or picked up, but that doesn’t mean I’m not a great companion! I’m not a fan of loud noises, but I really love scratching posts and cat beds fit to my size. If you’re looking to put some “pep” in your life, look no further! Let’s share our lives together. Stop in to meet me ASAP!





Original Fell’s Point Ghost Walk

7:00pm – 10:00pm | $15.00

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 full of sailors from foreign lands spilling off ships, immigrants anxious to start a new life, ladies of the night looking to make ends meet, and all the characters looking to make a living off the maritime industry. Given this explosive combination, is it any wonder that many spirits remained behind? Join us under the cover of night to explore the many haunted pubs, shops, and residences. But don’t stray too far from the group because you never know when you’ll find yourself face to face with the unknown.

EVENT OF THE DAY: Fell’s Point Films on the Pier



Come down to the Fell’s Point pier, tonight at dusk, to enjoy a free outdoor film. Tonight’s movie is Flight, staring Denzel Washington.

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