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Raise a Glass in Harbor East at Vino in Vogue – November 3


Harbor East Vino in VogueEnjoy an afternoon of wine tasting and shopping on Saturday, November 3rd in Harbor East. Vino in Vogue brings together some of the best things in life – wine and shopping! Harbor East invites guests to swirl, sip and sample wines from some of the neighborhood’s most notable restaurants and venues while perusing some of the latest trends in fashion and enjoying lite bites and lives music. This not-to-be-missed fall event is perfect for both serious oenophiles as well as casual wine drinkers looking to mix, mingle and imbibe. Reserve your tasting glass today!

Weekend Events Calendar: Charm City Bluegrass Festival returns, Hopkins and UMD’s lacrosse rivalry continues, jungle run 5K at Oregon Ridge Park, and more

Star Bright Farm Sale
Don’t Miss the Spring Market at Star Bright Farm on Sunday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

On this last weekend of April, head to the country for the great Maryland tradition of steeplechase racing, pick out a gift for Mom at one of several markets or festivals, or catch some bluegrass at Druid Hill Park.

Food Trucks Rally in Pigtown This Saturday


pigtownpigcatch of the day fish (2)Back in the day, a chain of vehicles heading toward Pigtown meant the swine were about to dash through the South Baltimore neighborhood. This Saturday, trucks will replace trains and the only place you’ll find pigs will be on the plate, but the community will come out to see the sights all the same.

Little Italy’s Open Air Film Fest is Back


Film_Festivalcatch of the day fish (2)Partying since 1999, the Little Italy Open Air Film Fest is still rolling for 2015. The first movie airs Friday, July 3.

Celebrate the Free State on Maryland Day

Founding of Maryland, by Tompkins Harrison Matteson
Founding of Maryland, by Tompkins Harrison Matteson

Maryland Day is March 25, marking the day the first European settlers arrived on the shores of the Land of Pleasant Living. Since those settlers arrived in 1634, it’s fitting that Maryland Day celebrations focus on things from the past. Around the city, there’s a cross, coffins and more: