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It’s National Unicorn Day!

In case you didn’t know, it’s National Unicorn Day: A magical 24 hours when we’re approved to celebrate all things horned, hooved and theoretical. Unicorns have been a famous mythical creature since the Ancient Greek times when people believed they lived in exotic India. While they were initially considered to …

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Weekend Plans: Feb. 7-10

Thursday Woven Words: Decoding the Silk Book Learn more about this rare 19th-century prayer book woven entirely from silk, and discover its connection to some of today’s most used technology. The Walters Art Museum, through April 28. Free. thewalters.org  Comedy Night: Sasheer Zamata We love a good laugh, and we …

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Weekend Plans: Dec. 13-16

Thursday An Ever Green Evening Festive fare and seasonal decorations, plus a decorated period sleigh to serve as a backdrop for holiday photos. Evergreen Museum & Library at Johns Hopkins University, 6-8 p.m. Dec. 13. 410-516-0341, museums.jhu.edu. Midnight Madness Enjoy musical performances, food and beverages at many stores. Downtown Annapolis, …

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Weekend Plans: Dec. 6-9

Thursday A Monumental Occasion Official lighting of the Washington Monument with music, refreshments and entertainment, plus children’s activities and a visit from Santa. Mount Vernon Place, 699 Washington Place, 5-8 p.m. Dec. 6, with lighting ceremony followed by fireworks. 410-244-1030, promotionandarts.com. Monument Lighting Family-oriented seasonal performances, music, refreshments and special …

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Weekend Plans: Nov. 22-25

Thursday HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM BALTIMORE STYLE! Friday Bazaart Holiday Art Market The American Visionary Art Museum’s annual one-of-a-kind holiday art market returns. Hundreds of original creations by regional artists and craftspeople will be showcased, including paintings, sculpture, paper crafts, metalwork, jewelry, textiles, mixed media and apparel, among other work. Jim …

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‘Sweat’ Captures the Moment

My election night was better than yours — regardless of your political party. My 16-year-old son and I did the most patriotic and appropriate thing we could do, something way better than watching returns. We caught “Sweat” at Everyman Theatre. This Lynn Nottage play is about a fictitious Reading, Pennsylvania …

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Weekend Plans: Nov. 1-4

Thursday Baltimore Style’s Big Bash: A Royal Affair Grab your tiara and head to the Royal Sonesta Harbor Court for an unforgettable night of fashion, food and fun. 6:30-9 p.m. $30. baltimorestyle.com ‘Elisabeth Gilman: Crusader for Justice’ Elisabeth Gilman spent her entire adult life advocating for social justice and reform. …

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