Cafe Hon To Close After 30 Years, But HONfest Will Continue On, Owner SaysCafe Hon, the Hampden mainstay known for its comfort food, embrace of the city's mid-century blue-collar women, and the iconic pink flamingo on the building's façade, is closing after three decades in business, owner Denise Whiting announced.
Where's Marty? Checking Out Joan Mitchell's Work At The Baltimore Museum Of ArtSimply put, the Baltimore Museum of Art is a world-class facility. And this is not new news. From the time two Baltimore sisters, Claribel and Etta Cone, established the BMA’s Henri Matisse collection, (over 600 works), the museum has continued to grow in stature. Picasso, Monet, Gaugin, Degas and others are on display.
Check Out The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Summer ScheduleThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday unveiled the lineup for its summer concert series.
Sandlot Returning For 2022 Season With New Operators, New LocationSandlot, the popular outdoor bar along the water in Harbor Point, will be returning for the 2022 season after all, Beatty Development Group said Tuesday.
'Visions of Night,' New Exhibit Of Night Photography In Baltimore, To Open Friday"Visions of Night: Baltimore Nocturnes," opening Friday, April 29, features work from artist Sydney J. Allen, photojournalist J.M. Giordano, photographer and author John Clark Mayden, and photojournalist Webster Phillips III, alongside archival images from the organization's collection.
Mayor Scott, Commissioner Harrison React To GTTF Mini-Series 'We Own This City'“The old ways, the wrong ways, which allowed for misconduct and unconstitutional policing to grow and fester within the department, are not and will not be a part of the department moving forward," Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said.
Baltimore School For The Arts Remains A Magnet For Young TalentSeveral very famous actors, musicians and dancers all graduated from the same high school in downtown Baltimore.
Avenue Market In West Baltimore Gets $2 Million In Federal FundingOn its website, Baltimore Public Markets, the nonprofit that oversees five of the six markets in the city, says plans call for making the market an "economic hub for local African-American entrepreneurs" with greater access to healthy foods.
Dave Chappelle Will Perform Two Stand-Up Sets At 10th Anniversary Celebration For Live! CasinoComedian Dave Chappelle will perform two nights of stand-up this June to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Live! Casino and Hotel in Hanover.
Chris Rock Performs In Sold-Out Baltimore Show With Visitors Eager To Hear About Will Smith SlapThe incident left Will Smith banned by the Academy from attending the Oscars for the next ten years, but also caused a massive demand for Chris Rock’s comedy tour tickets.
Natalie Portman, Lupita Nyong'o To Begin Filming Apple TV's 'Lady In The Lake' Adaptation In Baltimore, Author SaysThe actresses will also serve as executive producers on the series.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Brings Live Performances To The Community -- Free Of ChargeThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is taking its show out of Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and bringing it directly to the community as part of "Symphony in the City."
Baltimore By Baltimore Festival Set To Launch In May, Highlighting Local Makers And ArtistsBaltimore by Baltimore, a new festival bringing local makers, food trucks, artists and musicians to the Inner Harbor Amphitheater, is set to launch next month, organizers announced Friday.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra To Perform Benefit Concert For UkraineTickets for the show will be pay-what-you-wish, starting at $10, with proceeds donated to the International Rescue Committee.
Ne-Yo, The O’Jays And El DeBarge To Headline This Year's AFRAM Festival"So Sick" singer Ne-Yo, R&B supergroup The O'Jays, "Rhythm of the Night" singer El DeBarge and rapper Yung Bleu are among the headliners performing at this year's AFRAM Festival, which is returning to a fully in-person event, Mayor Brandon Scott and city officials said.