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Live performance at Cat's Eye Pub.
A componet of Baltimore Racial Justice's Action, the Baltimore Activists of Color Organized for Equity (BACOE) workshop focuses on the impact of structural racisim and how develop a deeper understanding and analysis of the issue.
Oregon Ridge Nature Center offers a spring break camp perfect for the burgoning, little naturalist and filled with lots of fun outdoor activities.
Author Richard Strine discusses his book Washington and Baltimore Art Deco which details the local influence of Art Deco in architecture.
Shop local! Local businesses stay open late to promote specials on their products and services. Be sure to grab a postcard and get signatures from three local shops or galleries to recieve 10% off at participating restaurants.
In the thirties and forties, glamorous all-girl bands were taking the world by storm but in the mid-fifties, the groundbreaking groups seemed to fizzle out. In 81 minutes, this film tells the untold stories of female jazz and big bad instrumentalists' journey to the top from the late 30s to present day.
Nancy Giles, CBS Sunday Morning News contributor, comedian and actress, will speak at the Annual Celebration of Journalism and New Media. This event features a panel of journalism and IT specialists working in the field who will discuss varying topics for the public. The Annual Celebration of Journalism and New Media is sponsored by the Department of Mass Communication & Communication Studies and the Society of Professional Journalists.
Indie-folk singer and songwriter Eli Conley of Berkeley, CA plays in support of his new album.
Robert Hitz and Friends perform songs from the Beatles to opera, along with origionals.
The solo performer Keller Williams performs with one of his backing bands, Droll and Sipe.
A panel discussion from Baltimore's burlesque dancers on what inspires their art.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turltles themed pizz party with live music from TMNT themed band Cowabunga Pizza Time.
The Jim Rouse Theatre for the Performing Arts will host musicians Bet Williams and John Hodian on their "Family Circus Tour." Williams is an acclaimed singer with a broad range and will be complimented by Hodian's piano-playing. Email email@example.com or call 410-997-1317 for ticket info.
A standup veteran of 20 years, Nick Griffin has his own half-hour special on Comedy Central debuting this Spring.
Accomplished and multi-talented D.C. Curry performs standup for Baltimore.
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