Baltimore police have identified and arrested a woman who they say lit more than half a dozen cars on fire around Station North and Mount Vernon last night, a spree that Acting Police Commissioner Gary Tuggle said they believe was a “truly random act” of destruction.
#MeToo stories may not dominate the headlines the way they did in 2017, but misogyny, sexual harassment, sexual assault and abuse no doubt persist despite the national attention brought to these issues a year ago.
Tonight, a group of activists, writers and artists will gather to share stories and discuss the past, present and future of the movement to end misogyny, particularly with the General Assembly gearing up for the next session in 2019.
Per the World Health Organization, 1 in 3 women will experience sexual violence in their lifetime, making tonight’s discussion incredibly relevant regardless of the shifts in media attention.
Once a thriving DIY arts space in Station North, before its tenants were abruptly evicted and the building was condemned by the city over code violations in December 2016, the Bell Foundry building has now been sold to developers to be built into an “urban living” complex.
The Baltimore Eagle isn’t going to fly until January at the earliest.
A friend recently said, “The secret to a happy marriage is lots of jigsaw puzzles.” There’s a bit more to it than that, I imagine, but it is pretty satisfying to have a completed puzzle on the table after meticulously working to find out how all the pieces connect.
Or, as the event description for tonight’s Jigsaw JAM at Windup space dramatically describes it, “bring ORDER to CHAOS.” Yes, we could all use the zen that comes from putting together a jigsaw puzzle in this crazy, messed-up world–especially as the holiday season looms.
The recently shuttered Baltimore Eagle, one of the city’s largest LGBTQ-friendly nightclubs, will take a step toward reopening under new management if the city’s liquor board approves an application to transfer the liquor license for the property.
After a little more than a year of serving as creative leader of the Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation-owned Motor House arts space in Station North, Andre Mazelin has left his post as its artistic director.
An annual tradition celebrating Baltimore’s homemade goods returns tomorrow, with the opening of the Made in Baltimore pop-up shop in Station North. And in this go-round, the store will be open for nearly half a year.
Summer is over, and the Autumnal Equinox is ushering in all the trappings of fall—pumpkins and fake seasonal produce lining front porches, sweaters and flannel, etc.—as well as (no, it’s not too early) Halloween. The organizers of a party tonight at Joe Squared are celebrating the changing of the seasons with a funky masquerade party.