Weekend Events Calendar: Baltimore Craft Beer Festival, Greek Festival, Charm City Fringe Festival, Charles Streetacular
It’s that time of year when monster mash turns to pumpkin smash. Nevertheless, there are plenty of chances left for fall fun. This weekend has festivals featuring craft beer, wine and oysters. Plus, peruse a maker market with cocktail in hand, or meet new pet friends in Patterson Park. Take a look:
Halloween Events Calendar: Where to find trick-or-treating, costume contests, seances, scary movies and more
We already demonstrated this weekend that Baltimore goes all out for Halloween. Now that the costume’s broken in, it’s time to give it one last spin for All Hallows’ Eve. Fright night is officially here. Though it falls in the middle of the week this year, there are plenty of Halloween treats in store for those who dare to venture out.
Join us this year on Thursday, November 15 from 6pm – 9pm as we expand the tastings and explore the best in distilled spirits. The Baltimore Whiskey Festival offers you the opportunity to taste from a selection of more than 100+ whiskies from around the world. Your ticket includes access to the grand tasting and a commemorative glass.
Weekend Events Calendar: ZooBOOO, Great Halloween Lantern Parade, Halloween Parties, Dia De Los Muertos and more
Halloween isn’t until the 31st, but we hope you have a costume ready. This weekend marks the spooky season’s rising action, with costume parties, frights and plenty of pumpkin decorating to be had.
A little more than a week out from Halloween, we’re well into spooky movie season, and it just so happens that this year marks the 30th anniversary of an all-time great movie about the worlds of the living and the dead, “Beetlejuice.” To be clear, the Tim Burton-directed film isn’t scary in the slash-’em-up, crazy-creature sense; rather, it takes creative liberties with the ideas of life, the afterlife and ghosts.
Being a good voter is being an informed voter, but sometimes plowing through campaign flyers, newspaper questionnaires and policy pages on candidate websites can be a bit, well, draining. Here, you will get to absorb the policies of Gov. Larry Hogan and former NAACP executive Ben Jealous in nearly two-minute battle rap verses ahead of the Nov. 6 election.
Not from the candidates themselves, mind you, but from local MCs Ray Cobaine and J. Law.