It started off a decade ago with just a few people. Now it’s one of Baltimore’s hottest springtime events.
Follow the link for more information on this weekend’s 30th annual National Association of Black Storytellers event.
Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival originating in Germany that runs from late September to the first weekend is October … typically. Charm City prefers to take its time when it comes to celebrations involving a top-notch brew, and chooses to feature its largest Oktoberfest celebration Oct. 13. Other fine Baltimore establishments feature festive German beers throughout the month and participate in Baltimore Beer Week, in which patrons may sample authentic brews from all over the globe, win prizes and fill up on some schnitzel.
It’s one of the biggest community events of the year in Baltimore, and it happens this weekend in Little Italy.
Despite the rainy day, a pretty good-sized crowd showed up to Artscape. The annual festival is truly Baltimore with something for just about everyone.
Several authors claim in a federal lawsuit that Maryland-based book publisher PublishAmerica deceived them with false marketing claims that included offering to show summaries of their works to “Harry Potter” creator J.K. Rowling.
Organizers of the Silverdocs Documentary Festival in Silver Spring are announcing their slate of documentary films to be screened during the 10th annual event.
An annual rite of fall returns to Garrett County as the Autumn Glory festival opens for a five-day run.
Organizers of the National Cherry Blossom Festival are expanding the festivities next year to five weeks of events to mark the 100th anniversary of the gift of cherry trees from Japan.
It’s one of the biggest festivals of the year in Baltimore, and there will be food, fun and friendship in the streets.
Baltimore’s 30th Artscape festival is this weekend. Organizers say the three-day festival is the nation’s largest free arts festival, attracting 350,000 people and 150 artists, fashion designers, craftspeople and visual art exhibits.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian is holding a four-day festival to feature the music, dance, food and art of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma on the National Mall.