It’s time to return to the quiver and find the arrow that will point toward love. Luckily, Baltimore has Valentine’s Day events for all comers, from the sweet to the doomed. Even the songs range from saucy to sad. Plus, check out Black History Month events around the city from Pennsylvania Avenue to Highlandtown.
Get it in gear for a winter weekend with a big car show and small foods highlighting the events around town. There’s a chance to watch the Oscars and celebrate the Babe. Plus, Black History Month events. Let’s take a look:
It’s that rare weekend when Sunday is the main event. The day starts with Groundhog Day, and moves quickly into the chili cook-offs and big parties of Super Bowl Sunday. Elsewhere, check out Art After Hours featuring Joy Postell (pictured), open mics and Bike Party’s Night at the Arcade.
It’s cold, but Baltimore is full of warmth this weekend. The Baltimore Boat Show offers a chance to think about summer, or a celebration of the Year of the Rat provides community at the Walters Art Museum. Plus, art openings abound. Here’s the lineup:
This weekend brings a chance to honor Baltimore history, with celebrations of Lexington Market and Edgar Allan Poe. Plus, there’s plenty of dancing at a b-boy/b-girl battle and the 10th Anniversary of 4 Hours of Funk. On Monday, honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a parade, museum events and service.
Weekend Events Calendar: Harbor Point Ice Festival, Ravens Playoff Game Watch Parties, PopGrass Fest and more
Now that we’ve had a week to settle in, it’s time to get back out in the city. The cold weather won’t keep Baltimore festivals down, as ice sculptures descend on Harbor Point this weekend. On Saturday night, purple fever reigns as the Ravens take on the Titans at M&T Bank Stadium in a home playoff game.
Was your New Year’s Resolution to get more in touch with what’s going on in Baltimore? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a look at events to get the new decade off and running. From crankies to a showcase of Baltimore artists, it once again shows what makes the city unique.
This year saw major changes at some of the region’s biggest cultural institutions, not all of them good. But there’s plenty worth celebrating, including labor peace at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Enoch Pratt Free Library’s central branch reopening after renovations and local designer Bishme Cromartie finding fame on “Project Runway.” Here’s our rundown of the most significant cultural stories of 2019. (Brandon Weigel)
All entries by Bret McCabe except where noted.
This weekend, Kwanzaa highlights the holiday celebrations, with events offering entertainment and marketplaces with local goods. Elsewhere, local musicians pay tribute to legends like Fleetwood Mac and Hank Williams. And the Steelers come to town.
The markets are starting to wind down, while the celebrations ramp up. On the weekend before Xmas, there’s plenty of chances to party in bars and on the streets. And take a moment to give back.