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Top Stories: Nearly 100 Cats Saved from Charm City Animal Rescue; John Waters’ Kidney Stones; Liam Flynn’s in Station North Closes


The top story of the first week of 2017 involved a Maryland animal shelter that allegedly wasn’t taking great care of its cats in need. Allegany County Animal Control officers seized 97 of the felines from Charm City Animal Rescue in Cumberland, Md., earlier this week. An officer from the agency who we spoke with wouldn’t go into detail, except for describing the conditions of the facility as “deplorable.” The operator, Michelle Ingrodi, was charged with 97 counts of animal neglect.

Here were our other most popular stories from Dec. 30, 2016–Jan. 5, 2017.

Liam Flynn’s Ale House in Station North Closes Permanently


After five-and-a-half years in business and a highly publicized effort to avoid eviction last July, Liam Flynn’s Ale House has closed for good.

Liam Flynn’s Needs to Raise $50,000 in One Week



For the past eight years, Liam Flynn’s Ale House has been the place to stop in Station North if you’re in the mood for a pint of something cold and delicious. But not for much longer.

Either George Bluth or His Brother Oscar Spotted in Mount Vernon

Photo via Liam Flynn/Baltimore Sun
Photo via Liam Flynn/Baltimore Sun

No, Arrested Development fans, you were not dreaming when you thought you saw George Bluth (or Jeffrey Tambor, the actor who plays him) buying a sandwich at Eddie’s in Mount Vernon yesterday afternoon.

Django Tonight at Liam Flynn’s



Sometimes all you need in life is a pencil-thin mustache on a confident man, and a guitar playing briskly in the background.  Django Reinhardt brilliantly handled his guitar while rocking his ‘stache, ultimately creating a style of music known now as “gypsy jazz.”  He wrote and played songs using his middle and index fingers on his left hand, as the others were paralyzed in a fire.  His music has influenced artists across the ages, such as Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Santana, and countless others.

Liam Fynn’s Alehouse on North Ave is doing Baltimore a massive favor and hosting Hot Club of Baltimore, whose Facebook page describes them as a group that “performs inspired arrangements from the original repertoire of the Hot Club de France, a band founded in France in 1934 by guitarist Django Reinhardt and violinist Stéphane Grappelli.”  So swing by Liam’s tonight at 8:00p.m. for a great deal on beer and some soothing sounds for your soul.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Liam Flynn’s Alehouse
22 W. North Ave
Baltimore, MD

This video is the only explanation you really should need.


Karaoke Smackdown Benefit for Moveable Feast


Baltimore is a city wealthy in karaoke options.  From Canton to Mount Vernon, Hampden to Roland Park, there is at least one location where you can pick up a mic and bust out your favorite tunes.

Baltimore is a city equally wealthy in amazing nonprofits; one of the most incredible ones is Moveable Feast. From their site: “Moveable Feast provides nutritious foods and other services in order to preserve quality of life for people with HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening conditions.”

This Saturday, enjoy a fusion of the best aspects of Baltimore’s karaoke and nonprofit scenes when Moveable Feast hosts their Second Annual Karaoke Smackdown Benefit at Liam Flynn’s in Station North.  Presented by team Fierce Chicks (name somewhat self-explanatory), you and your friends are welcome to challenge these hardcore, fundraising, singing ladies to a mic throwdown of epic proportions.  Bring some cash for Moveable Feast and prove your pipes are competitive.

Pub Labs: The Poe Project


I can’t get behind fusion cuisine.  It feels so artificial and indecisive.  Some things just aren’t meant to be combined.

Other things, however, became exponentially better when put together.  Eggs and bacon.  Theater and bars.  Peanut butter and chocolate. This Sunday evening, in conjunction with The Baltimore Performance Kitchen and Centerstage, Single Carrot Theatre will be performing The Poe Project at Liam Flynn’s Ale House.  Directed by the same talented Genevieve deMahy who brought us Hotel Cassiopeia last season, The Poe Project promises to be equally as compelling.  This interactive show will pull from all of Poe’s murky history and precocious prose, and if that isn’t incentive enough, it’s being supported by the National Endowment for the Arts as part of the “Big Read.”