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As part of its Raisin Cycle series, Centerstage will hold rotating matinee and evening performances of Beneatha's Place and Clybourne Park so that audiences can experience the entire repertory all at once. These will done on the dates listed. On Saturday, June 8, audiences will get a look Behind the Rep and see the set transformed between the shows.
As part of its Raisin Cycle Conversations Series, Centerstage will hold post-show forums after performances of both Raisin plays on the given dates.
Wanna know how to get your business to grow? Come hear speaker Ash Shukla. Take the steps to building your own empire!
Members of the armed forces, who received an honorable discharge, may be elligible for VA compensation and health care benefits and services. At this open house and information session, VA staff will be available to answer questions and assist Veterans in completing applications. Interested applicants should bring a copy of their discharge paperwork, a photo ID, and financial information from the previous year.. For more information, please contact the Community Outreach Office for the VA Maryland Health Care System at 1-800-949-1003 x6071.
Join Mesh Baltimore for the chance to take up to three classes in areas such as improv, cheesmaking, short story writing, and foraging for wild edible plants.
Pianist Robert Hitz conducts this unique improvisation-oriented workshop. It's geared toward professional musicians, students, and anyone interested in the divine art of improvisation!
Rabbi David Rosen, International Director of Interreligious Affairs of the American Jewish Committee, will be presenting his perspective on religious pluralism in times of increased religious intolerance. This free and open to the public even is a part of the Institute for Christian & Jewish Studies’ 25th Anniversary Speaker Series.
Former Chief Rabbi of Ireland David Rosen offers the Jewish perspective on religious pluralism and intolerance in the wake of events in Boston, Syria, and Afghanistan. His talk, 'From Religious Intolerance to Creative Engagement,' is part of the Institute for Christian & Jewish Studies’ 25th Anniversary Speaker Series.
Although hunting season isn't typically until the Fall, it's probably best to get the part where you learn how not to accidentally maim your brother/father/un-related hunting partner with a firearm out of the way now. Get the basics on firearms handling safety, shooting fundamentals, wildlife management and tree stand safety.
This year long workshop is presented by Creative Alliance and Artists Housing, Inc, at Gallery 1448.
The group will study the teachings of modern Buddhist thinkers.
Learn tai chi for health and relaxation.
Learn the tricks of the trade from the Baltimore Improv Group. The final class will be a showcase for family and friends.
The Baltimore Songwriters Association will be holding workshops for advanced song writers. Sessions will vary from in-depth critiques to writing exercises. you must be a memebr to attend.
Jewish Legal Services, a program of the non-profit Jewish Community Services in Baltimore, hosts a legal walk-in clinic for Jewish individuals of limited income. Volunteer lawyers are available to provide advice and referral services on a variety of legal issues, including bankruptcy, family, and landlord-tenant issues.
Watch history come alive at Chautauqua, taking place at six sites across Maryland. This year's event will feature figures from turning points in 20th century history. Look out for Amelia Earhart, Jackie Robinson, and Rachel Carson!
Discover colonial archaeology with the pros at the site of Maryland's first settlement, historic St. Mary's City.
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Harold Pinter's 1960's play about a homeless man (played by Marc Horwitz) who is invited by two working class brothers to stay in a dilapidated London flat that begins a war of treachery, dominance, and mystery.
This all-inclusive fundrasing event, presented by Suited to Succeed, seeks to help underprivileged women transition from welfare to work. Attendees are encouraged to bring tax deductible donations of women's business attire and accessories. This year, honorary chair and special guest Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will honor the "Angels," special donors who have conributed their time and funds to the organization. Patrice Sanders of Fox 45 will once again host the event. Attendees will be welcomed with food, drinks, and entertainment.
This years KarmaFest features Bhakti Tree, Raa Djarsi, Linda Biggs, David London as well as holistic healing, meditation, spiritualist, healthy food and more!
Current Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by photgrapher Kyle Tata. In addition to the exhibit, Current is also releasing a catalog of Tata's work.
The 2013 Sowebo Arts and Music Festival, on Sunday May 26th between noon and 8pm, features some of Baltimore's best bands performing on 3 stages, a variety of arts and crafts from more than 40 artists, the SoweboPoster show and auction, interactive art and craft exhibits, and much more.
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