Longing to listen to jazz? Big band? The sound of an orchestra? Get a mix of all three when The Hotel Paradise Roof Garden Orchestra performs at Paulie Gee’s in Hampden on Sunday, March 11 from 3-5. The 12-piece orchestra specializes in early jazz and sweet dance tunes from 1920 to 1935,(well before the Glenn Miller swing era) with some songs dating back to 1910.
Parents can take their children on a free trip around the world without leaving town on February 11.
BmoreArt’s Picks presents the best weekly art openings, events, and performances happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas. For a more comprehensive perspective, check the BmoreArt Calendar page, which includes ongoing exhibits and performances, and is updated on a daily basis.
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Baltimore is a delicious city. Try somewhere new, go out to lunch, have a date night (or two).
An international film series based in Burkina Faso is eyeing inroads in North America in 2017, and it may all start with tonight’s black Brazilian short film showcase at Station North’s Motor House.
CELEBRATING 22 YEARS OF THE “COOLEST” MARYLAND TRADITION, JANUARY 25TH-27TH, 2018
Every January over 10,000 courageous plungers head to Sandy Point State Park seeking thrills and chills all to benefit the 7,549 athletes of Special Olympics Maryland.
The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce present the “State of Baltimore Business – A Legislative Reception.” Meet and greet your Baltimore City Council and Maryland State Delegation. Hear from Maryland Department of Commerce Secretary, Mike Gill on the State of Maryland Business. Network with Baltimore Business Professionals.
What would the holidays be without posters for some adaptation of Tchaikovsky and Petipa’s The Nutcracker hanging in shop windows?
“You better watch out. You better cry,” taunts the hot pink poster for an upcoming holiday event at Baltimore Soundstage. “John Waters, the People’s Pervert, is coming to town.”