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Eight works from painter Jacob Lawrence that describe a verse from the Book of Genesis in the Bible.
An exhibit of decorative and ornate book bindings from the late 19th and early 20th century.
This exhibit of ceramics by contemporary Japanese artists show how traditions started thousands of years ago are still reflected in modern designs, including the presentation of flowers tied to Japan and its culture.
Shakespeare's comedy centers on twin sisters in a shipwreck who wash ashore in the laand of Illyria.
Nineteen dance companies from seven states perform.
The five piece band will perform original works and arrangements of familiar songs done with a unique twist.
Sing your favorite songs in the Video Bar.
The BSO acompanies an animated story by Greg Smith about a ferret causing trouble in an old instrument shop. Interactive and education musical activites will be provided for children prior to the show.
Join a suprise guest for a buffet luncheon immediately following BSO family concerts.
Light refreshments and concert for the BSO governing memebers.
The Italian violinist performs Shastakovich's Violin Concerto Number 1. Marin Aslop conducts two additional classical pieces.
This gallery has been in Baltimore for over 30 years and exhibits modern and contemporary artwork.
"Turkish and Mediterranean restaurant open daily for lunch, dinner and late night fare. Offering the best fresh healthy options as well as vegan menus"
Split into halves--table service or order-at-the-counter--City Café serves all your coffee needs, as well as pastries and baked goods (including a fine pumpkin cookie in the fall). The menu ranges from fancy dinner items like cinnamon duck to lunch fare like the very good hamburger to hearty breakfasts, if you can manage to get up that early. Plus after a while they remember your coffee order when you walk in. And at 8 a.m. that's very important.
"Check out this hidden gem in the heart of downtown at 317 N Charles Street. It is a used bookstore/cafe with sandwiches and coffee. If you have the time, enjoy your food in one of the many nooks scattered throughout the store. If not, order online for speedy pickup!"
The Hippo's motto "Where Everybody is Welcome" is right on, the dancing and DJs are worth it every time. Special events at the Hippo are going on all the time so check their frequently updated web site.
Good friendly atmosphere, outstanding over stuffed deli sandwiches and hot foods for both lunch and dinner. Excellent selection of cheeses and freshly baked breads baked on site daily. Featuring a salad & soup bar, and a new coffee/tea station offering a selection of gourmet coffee and tea. Also serving wine, liquor, and beer.
"Eden’s Lounge, located in historic Mt. Vernon, in downtown Baltimore, brings you the best in Baltimore’s happy hours, tasty appetizers, delicious Ethiopian influenced entrees, great music, energetic and sexy atmosphere (as if we can combine the two, but we do), excellent nightlife, the best dancing in Baltimore, and much more. We offer great birthday packages and we have become known as the birthday celebration Mecca of Baltimore.
If you are looking for live music, the best nights to come to Eden’s Lounge are Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are special events that might take place on other nights. Please keep informed by checking our events calendar. Our bands consist of jazz, neo soul, r&b, and cover bands. Our live bands are very talented. If you have a talented band or artists, send us an email to email@example.com."
Joss is just the kind of mod, hip sushi bar Baltimore has been lacking. Fish is fresher than fresh, and the selection goes beyond spicy tuna or California roll. If the wasabi shumai are any indication, cooked food here is no afterthought.
Nepalese restaurant Kumari does most of its work in the tandoor, or creamily kormaed, very Indian style. The crispy breads are a real treat.
"Located in historic Baltimore's cultural center, Read Street Books offers a welcoming space for creative inspiration and expression. Showcased every weekend through winter months---live riginal music!! We have space available for meetings, workshops, classes, and live musical events."
Sotto Sopra features light, contemporary Italian cuisine served by a friendly, attentive staff in a cavernous and artfully lit room--or on one of three small tables on the sidewalk outside. The salads are fresh and gently seasoned, leaning more on arugula and spinach than on lettuce, more on goat cheese than on Romano, and more on sun-dried tomatoes than on beefsteak ones. The pizzas are similarly fashioned of roasted vegetables and cubes of lean sausage rather than more traditional fare. Dinner is roulades of branzini or portobello ravioli instead of linguine with clam sauce or scampi. And the pastas are made on site.
Formerly the Stagecoach Saloon, Stage One plays host to an eclectic variety of music including jazz, blues, techno, piano, and rock.
Bakery specializing in wedding cakes, specialty cakes, and bakery items such as cookies and pies.
Every Wednesday for over 13 years there is 'Ballroom Dancing at the Belvedere'. Light Buffet, two 1/2 hour beginners dance lessons by Helmut Licht (learn 12 dances in 6 weeks). General dancing to live and recorded music. Helmut's Big Band plays on the first Wednesday of the month. $ 17.00 covers all. On Big Band nights admission is $ 25.00.
Arguably Baltimore's first great restaurant, Tio Pepe invites heated debate among the citizenry, some of whom think it's slipped, most of whom find things just as they were when the restaurant opened in 1968. The candlelit whitewashed grottolike interior still stimulates romantic feelings, and the brightly dressed waiters still ruthlessly run the show. Prepare to spend a long, leisurely meal, and clear up some room on your credit card allowance. Tio Pepe is really expensive, best left for special occasions (or try it for lunch sometime). Always start with the shrimp in garlic sauce, follow with the fillet of sole with bananas, and try to persuade your dining companion to splurge on the suckling pig or, failing that, the slow-cooked paella. Jackets are required.
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