Stumpy’s Hatchet House: Kick Axe Time in Towson


Axe throwing is the craze that’s sweeping the nation. If you’re looking for a great time, whether it be for a date night or a group event, Stumpy’s Hatchet House in Towson is the most fun hatchet-throwing arena in the Baltimore area!

With locations in both Towson and Frederick, Stumpy’s is making a name for itself across Maryland. Originating in Eatontown, New Jersey, Stumpy’s Hatchet House has become one of the most prolific and expansive urban axe throwing companies in the United States. With close to fifteen axe throwing locations currently open, and plans for close to a dozen more opening up across the nation, there’s no time like the present to give Stumpy’s Hatchet House a shot!

Whether you’re looking for a corporate team building activity, a fun date night, a special birthday party for adults, or a bachelor/bachelorette party, Stumpy’s Hatchet House is the place for you.

Baby’s on Fire to soft open Fells Point location tomorrow, host festivities next week

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Baby’s on Fire is set to open its new Fells Point location tomorrow, and fittingly the record store and cafe that is setting up a new coffee shop in another record store, The Sound Garden, will mark the occasion next week with a free concert.

Kick off the Season with a Holiday Hoopla at The Village of Cross Keys on 11/30


On Saturday, November 30, deck the halls at The Village of Cross Keys at their Holiday Hoopla. Enjoy strolling carolers while you start your holiday shopping. Check out the season’s arts and crafts while you sip hot cocoa. Santa will be there for pictures, checking his list twice, so make sure you are on your best behavior. The Village of the Cross Keys’ Holiday Hoopla is the perfect way to kick off the season.

The HI Baltimore Hostel, an affordable option for travelers, closes and goes up for sale

Photo by Ed Gunts.

For sale: 38-bed hostel. Prime downtown location. Lots of memories.

After serving thousands of budget-conscious travelers over the past four decades, one of Baltimore’s most affordable lodging options has closed its doors permanently and is now for sale for $675,000.

The HI Baltimore Hostel at 17 W. Mulberry St., served its last customers on Oct. 19 and is being shown to prospective buyers.

After a three-month break, the Baltimore Eagle reopens today

Photo by Ed Gunts.

After a three-month hiatus, the lights are coming back on at the Baltimore Eagle.

The Charles Street leather bar, one of the largest LGBTQ-friendly night spots in the city, is reopening today under its third management team in three years.

There’s a new chain link fence motif in the front windows and two Leather Pride flags hanging over the entrance ramp. Managers posted messages online that doors will open Nov. 15. “If you’re not tied up Friday,” one posting says, “come to our place.”

In response to one-star review, Atlas Restaurant Group attacks The Sun

Image via the Atlas Restaurant Group’s Facebook page.

Baltimore Sun reviewer Christina Tkacik thought the crab cakes at The Choptank were bland, the french fries were “cardboard-stiff,” the calamari had too much Old Bay (if there is such a thing) and the atmosphere was stuffy.