Arts & Culture
During the 2013 observance of Veterans Day, local, state and federal government agencies will join veterans groups around the state to pause and remember Maryland’s veterans. These events will celebrate those who fought.
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With nearby colleges promoting studies in the performing arts, you have the opportunity to attend entertaining shows at a reasonable price to help support the emerging talents of local actors.
You don’t have to believe in the supernatural to have a good time at a haunted location. With Halloween just around the corner, there are many local haunts to visit for a good scare while learning about Maryland’s rich history.
Do you often crave a cup of joe while escaping into the literary world? These local bookstores offer much in the way of tasty menus, varying reads and entertaining events.
Want to keep up with Baltimore’s ever-evolving art scene? Follow these five artists, museums and organizations to ensure you don’t miss an artistic beat.
The period from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 marks Hispanic Heritage Month. Celebrate Mexico’s freedom from Spanish rule and a month of activities that pay homage to the Hispanic culture and history.
Have you ever read a fantastic, page-turner of a book and just wanted to talk about it with someone? Check out these clubs and grab a new great read.
Check out these Baltimore businesses and organizations where art moves the soul.
Have you ever stopped yourself from attending an entertaining show because you didn’t want to spend a fortune just to have a good time? This fall, there are plenty of low-cost shows to see in the Baltimore area.
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Do you have a curiosity for the unusual, offbeat or strange? There are a number of wonderfully weird exhibits that can be found in many Baltimore-area museums.