Tag: events

The Legend of Tommy Tremain: Who Owns History?

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In 2017, Baltimore City officials removed controversial public statues, including that of Andrew “Stonewall” Jackson and Robert E. Lee, which stood in Wyman Park Dell for 69 years. But what happens next? Who deserves a public monument? Whose stories should be told? And who decides? Join us to continue this ongoing conversation in a fun and unique way. Free.

Beach House at the Hippodrome Theatre on June 11

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The Beach House

Baltimore’s own, Beach House, returns to the city this summer! On Tuesday, June 11, the legendary Hippodrome Theatre welcomes Beach House with special guests, Dan Deacon and William Cashion of Future Islands. Tickets can be purchased here.

For Retailers, Restaurants, Cafes, Food Makers, Artisans, Event Planners & Entrepreneurs – It’s 4th Quarter, Are You Ready for Your Holiday Marketing?

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Your digital marketing is your connection to your customer and if you’re doing it right, it works for you.  But, with the constant changing of algorithms, social platforms and digital advertising norms, it’s hard to keep up with what’s working and what’s not.  And as you know, what worked last year, isn’t working this year.  Join us to hone your skills and strategy and boost your superpowers. Build your Social Media and Digital Marketing SUPERPOWERS.  (Cape not included!)

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Your Guide to [email protected] 2018

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Photo Credit: Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

Celebrating its third year in 2018, [email protected] is one of the largest and most unique social innovation convenings in the U.S.

Each day emerging voices and established thinkers explore the innovations and practices that build stronger, more equitable cities. Each Lab explores the future of society and every attendee will have the opportunity to learn, network and be heard.

Introduced this year is the “Pay What You Can” ticketing. Attendees must register but can choose to pay what they can to participate in the Labs, including attending at no-cost. The event takes place at the IMET Columbus Center, 701 E. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD. Seating is limited so make sure to register and “pay what you can”!

Cecil County Moves Closer to Hosting International Equestrian Competition

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Photo via Wikimedia Commons

Maryland could soon become home to a major international equestrian event that would draw tens of thousands of people and millions of dollars’ worth of economic benefits to the state each fall.

A Few Spots Left for the Mixolo Premiere Event at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (It’s Free!)

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Photographer: Teresa Castracane*

Mixolo (noun): mix + solo. A social networking company that helps those on their own find like-minded strangers to hang with.

SIGN UP as an Early Adopter (EA) to find out what the buzz is all about! Then join other Mixolo EAs for a special preview event.

Join Mixolo for its Premiere Event at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (It’s Free!)

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Photographer: Teresa Castracane*

Mixolo (noun): mix + solo. A social networking company that helps those on their own find like-minded strangers to hang with.

SIGN UP as an Early Adopter (EA) to find out what the buzz is all about! Then join other Mixolo EAs for a special preview event.

Join Mixolo for its Premiere Event at Brew House No. 16 (It’s Free!)

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Mixolo (noun): mix + solo. A social networking company that helps those on their own find like-minded strangers to hang with.

New Social App Celebrates Going Solo, Without the Stigma

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Carolyn Walton Lynch was dying to see The Ring Cycle at the Kennedy Center. But she was having trouble finding a friend interested in the arduous – and pricey – undertaking, and didn’t want to go alone.

Local Artists Team with Craft Brewery to Offer Art-Filled Happy Hour

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local design team Baltimore Print Studios teams with Tröegs Brewery

If your New Year’s resolution is to drink less this January, then you can ignore this post. But for everyone else, especially craft beer lovers, lean in.

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