Harbor East

Fit+ Festival – Harbor East’s Outdoor Fitness Festival – June 22

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Harbor East Fit+ Festival

The 7th Annual Fit+ Outdoor Fitness Festival takes your workout to the streets of Harbor East on Saturday, June 22! Enjoy FREE fitness classes hosted by The MAC, Under Armour Brand House, lululemon, and Charm City Run! From yoga to boot camp and beyond – these perfectly timed sessions allow you to sample multiple classes throughout the morning. Beyond sweat, FIT+ brings your workout to the next level with a live DJ, Go-Pro Video Booth, Kala Mobile Meditation Studio, nourishing food and drink offerings, giveaways, raffle prizes & more. RSVP today.

Harbor East’s Spinnaker Bay – Progressive Open House Wednesday, 5/22 from 5-7 PM

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Unique opportunity to view six condominiums in one evening in one of Baltimore’s premier buildings. As a bonus, the leasing office will be open to provide tours of apartments and building amenities. Enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres along the way.

Condominium prices range from $639,900 – $1,200,000

FEATURED PROPERTY:
Spinnaker Bay Condo with 2 Parking Spaces

717 President Street, #501 Harbor East, 21202
2 beds, 2.5 baths

Co-Listing agents: Cindy Conklin & Brandon Golueke, The Conklin Merbler Team

Open House: Wednesday, May 22, 5PM – 7PM

Baltimore’s Biggest Fashion Event is Back – Harbor East’s 8th Annual FashionEASTa

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Harbor East FashionEASTa 2019

On Saturday, April 27, from 12-5pm, Harbor East’s hottest spring and summer looks will hit the runway, and you don’t want to miss a step! In the heart of the city’s hippest fashion district, the 8th Annual FashionEASTa: The Fashion Show will hit the streets. Come enjoy a stylish afternoon of shopping, music, food and entertainment, sponsored by Baltimore magazine and supporting House of Ruth Maryland. For more information, updates and to purchase VIP tickets, please visit www.fashioneasta2019.com.

Jazz club Keystone Korner Baltimore coming to Harbor East, with food from Robert Wiedmaier

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Logo via Facebook/Keystone Korner Baltimore

Thirty-six years have passed since Todd Barkan’s historic San Francisco jazz club Keystone Korner closed its doors. From 1972 to 1983, greats like Miles Davis, Dexter Gordon, Bobby Hutcherson, Stan Getz and Max Roach, among countless others, played there. The venue continues to live on in written history, and through a series of time-honored albums recorded live in the Vallejo Street nightclub.

In the nearly four decades since, Barkan has further cemented his legacy in jazz as a record producer and an operator of clubs in New York (and, from 1990-1993, of Keystone Korner Tokyo). Now, at 72, the newly minted Jazz Master by the National Endowment for the Arts is ready to give Keystone Korner another go—and it’s happening here in Baltimore, right at the water’s edge.

Baltimore’s James Beard Award semifinalists: Charleston’s Cindy Wolf and Remington taqueria Clavel

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Photos via Clavel/Facebook and Foreman Wolf Restaurant Group

Remington mezcaleria Clavel and local star chef Cindy Wolf are representing Baltimore on the list of semifinalists for this year’s “Oscars of the food world.”

Wit & Wisdom to close New Year’s Day, Atlas Restaurant Group to take over with new concept

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Photo via Wit & Wisdom/Facebook

The Four Seasons’ popular new American restaurant Wit & Wisdom will shut down in the new year to make way for a new concept from Atlas Restaurant Group, the Harbor East hotel announced this morning.

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