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Author Talk & Book Signing with Kwame Onwuachi

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In celebration of Baltimore’s Restaurant Week (August 2nd-11th), join Reginald F. Lewis Museum for a culinary conversation. On Thursday, August 8 at 6:30pm, take part in Chef Kwame Onwuachi’s Author talk and book signing – Notes From a Young Black Chef. In Onwuachi’s inspiring memoir about the intersection of race, fame, and food, he shares the remarkable story of his culinary coming-of-age. Onwuachi is the winner of the 2019 James Beard Foundation Award for Rising Star Chef of the Year, recognized as one of Food & Wine magazine’s Best New Chefs. He was also a contestant on Bravo’s Top Chef, Season 13. RSVP today!

EVENT DETAILS:

What: Author Talk & Book Signing: Notes From a Young Black Chef by Kwame Onwuachi

When: Thursday, August 8 at 6:30pm

Where: Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 830 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, 21202 United States

In Pursuit of The Impossible

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“What if magic is real?”  It’s a question that local entrepreneur, Joel DeWyer, has been asking himself for most of his life.  Tapping into over 25 years of experience as a magician, DeWyer uses his refined skills of sleight-of-hand and playful deception to explore this idea, albeit, in ways audiences often don’t expect.  DeWyer is part of a new wave of performers, shifting the paradigm of the modern magician.  “Forget the coin behind the ear or feather flowers from nowhere, my objective is total wonder and astonishment,” he confidently claims.

Organizations and individuals most often seek out DeWyer’s services when they want to add something unique, yet sophisticated to their event, whether that’s a corporate gathering, a social networking function, a private dinner party, or a formal celebration, such as a wedding reception.  DeWyer’s relaxed approach and charming, professional style, make it easy to adapt what he does to comfortably fit almost any gathering or situation.  “For many of us, our limited experience of magic has been some goofy trick mixed in with a lot of bad jokes and cheesy humor – sometimes that works.  I offer a more refined approach, creating impossible moments for my clients and making sure their guests remember the event for a long time to come.”

Treat Yourself to Baltimore Restaurant Week in Harbor East – 8/2 – 8/11

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Baltimore Restaurant Week - Harbor East

Visit Baltimore’s hottest dining destination, Harbor East, for Baltimore Restaurant Week. Baltimore Restaurant Week runs August 2 – 11, featuring specially priced 2-course lunches and brunches ($12-$20) and 3-course dinners ($20-$35) at participating restaurants. Reservations strongly encouraged, and we recommend booking early to reserve your spot. Whether a date night or a girls night, head to Harbor East for Baltimore Restaurant Week.

Quilting Craft Community Day this Saturday – 7/27

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This Saturday, July 27th, experience quilting at its finest with intricate quilt displays, trunk shows, craft demonstrations and a community quilt-in for Baltimore Ceasefire at the Quilting Craft Community Day. Renowned Baltimore textile artist, Joyce Scott, will lead an artist talk on her family’s legacy and the work of her mother, quilter Elizabeth Talford Scott. Families can enjoy dance performances from Dance Baltimore Repertory Ensemble with special guest “The Storydancer,” Maria Broom. Taking place at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, the event will run from 11am-3pm with a $5 admissions cost. For more information, please visit https://lewismuseum.org/event/quilting-craft-community-day/.

EVENT DETAILS

What: Quilting Craft Community Day

When: Saturday, July 27; 11am – 3pm

Where: Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 830 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, 21202 United States

 

Agents For Change: Meet Tania Habib

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A Charm City native, Tania has proudly spent most of her life in Baltimore. After attending St. Paul’s School for Girls for twelve years, she stayed local and graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2007. She received her Master’s Degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C., and then immediately joined the international defense world. She spent almost a decade working with a vast array of different clients, managing high-profile international contracts and honing her skillsets in finance, negotiation and customer relations. Tania developed a heightened awareness for people’s needs and longed to pursue a different path where she could use her innate love and talent for human connection and communication. With a strong understanding and aptitude for the real estate market, Tania joined Krauss in 2017. She brings her can-do attitude to the office every day and gives her clients the focus, attention and dedication that they deserve.

Hot Deals, Live Music, and Summertime Fun – Harbor East’s Summer Sidewalk Sale on 7/28

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Harbor East Summer Sidewalk Sale 2019Savor the sunny days of the season at Harbor East’s Annual Summer Sidewalk Sale. Take advantage of district-wide shopping events, sales, and promotions at Harbor East retailers while enjoying an afternoon of live music, cocktails & bites from Roy’s Baltimore, complimentary snowballs from the Kona Ice truck, the Thrive Mobile IV Hydration station, and giveaways galore! Be sure to RSVP in advance for free parking and swag. For more information and to RSVP, please visit https://www.harboreast.com/event/harbor-easts-summer-sidewalk-sale/

Storewide Summer Sale at Halcyon House

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Halcyon House Summer Sale

A Summer sale that will have Chip and Joanna Gaines drooling. This week, take advantage of Halcyon House’s Summer Storewide Sale with 20-50% the entire store. Browse through antiques, fine arts, one-of-a-kind furniture, decorative accessories and a wide selection of women’s jewelry and accessories. Check out Halcyon House’s Instagram to get some inspiration and get the shopping vibes flowing. Take advantage of this sale, stop by and find some great pieces for your home.

College Essay Writing Season is in Full Swing

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Now that the Fourth of July is behind us, forward-thinking families are beginning to prepare for the coming school year. That means pulling out summer reading lists; encouraging kids to sharpen their math skills; and, for those whose children are rising high school seniors, starting to think about the college essay. It’s definitely not too early.

Here’s why.

Senior year of high school is an exceedingly busy time for students. Clearing time during the fall semester to develop a thoughtfully crafted Common Application Essay—the notorious 650-word personal piece of writing that students hope will wow college admissions officers and secure them a spot at their dream college—suddenly becomes an enormous challenge in the midst of all the other academic, college-related, and social obligations students face during senior year.

Featured Hot Listing: Timeless Georgian Estate in Goodwood Gardens

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201 GOODWOOD GARDENS201 GOODWOOD GARDENS, BALTIMORE, MD 21210

7 bedrooms, 4 baths

Listing Price: $1,100,000

Timeless Georgian estate circa 1906 on coveted Goodwood Gardens. Enduring architectural presence with classic proportions and symmetry. Long stone pathway leads you to welcoming covered front porch. Stately living hall with dramatic stairwell and landing. Original detail abounds. Strong bones. Handsome library wrapped in rich mahogany. Expansive fenced yard with pool and lush grounds. Rare opportunity to cultivate your aesthetic in spectacular urban oasis.

Crustacean Invasion All Month Long at The Mt. Washington Tavern

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The Mt. Washington Tavern is celebrating Crustacean Invasion all month long. Join us and indulge in a specialty menu highlighting crab, shrimp, and more. Get crabby with dishes like: Cajun Roasted Oysters, Soft Shells, Crab and Avocado Stack and more! Feast on all things crustacean this month at The Mt. Washington Tavern.

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