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Baltimore Style’s Arts coverage includes the latest news on local artists, musicians, exhibits, museums and more.

Weekend Plans, What to do August 27-30

Saturday DMV Book Crawl This Saturday is Independent Bookstore Day, a day to celebrate your local indie stores and support such vibrant community centers. Join fellow bibliophiles in a virtual Bookstore Crawl to reconnect with your favorite bookstore and find new stores to engage with. Share your experiences and IBD …

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Weekend Plans August 6-9

Thursday #TakeoutThursday Moveable Feast’s annual Dining Out for Life fundraiser is happening between now and Sept. 17. We love this annual event, because it gave us a great excuse not to cook—we had to go out to eat at one of the participating restaurants to support this great cause! In …

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Restart: Darryl Patterson

Restart: Darryl Patterson

As the world moves toward recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, we asked people in our community about a time they started over or started again.  How did they recover and re-energize themselves in those situations? Over the next several weeks, we will share the stories of their #restart. Darryl Patterson, …

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What to Do June 25-28

Weekend Plans, What to Do June 25-28

Let’s talk about farmers’ markets, shall we? And lettuce and arugula and strawberries…and anyone else ready to go? Wanna know what to do June 25-28? Visit a farmers’ market. Go to the drive-in. Eat a fried Oreo. Need more ideas? Read on…and have fun. BCPL Opens for Curbside We mentioned …

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Weekend Fun, What to Do June 12-14

Weekend Fun, What to Do June 12-14

  Friday The Maryland Film Festival Goes Virtual Calling all film buffs, the Maryland Film Festival has gone virtual! While the festivities won’t be held at the iconic Parkway Theater, the ten-day event will feature premieres from rising independent filmmakers, with over 130 short films to choose from! The festival …

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reopening Baltimore

Baltimore Looks to Creatively Reopen

Baltimore has a big opportunity right now as it prepares to reopen, says Jennifer Goold, executive director of the city’s Neighborhood Design Center. Reopening businesses and returning to regular life after the coronavirus pandemic brings a change to “not only support the small business community, but to really show leadership …

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