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  • Nightlife

    Nightlife
    A city’s bar scene provides some of the most essential insights into its character: their patrons, their atmospheres, their prices reveal much. In this beginner’s guide to Baltimore’s liquored-up landscape, we’ve mapped out the...
  • Places to Stay

    Places to Stay
    Baltimore: home of the Hon, the final resting place of Poe, muse of John Waters, and the place where you can find the best Maryland crab cake on earth. It’s called Charm City for good reason. But it’s not such a charming place if you don&...
  • FESTIVALS AND EXTRA-VALS

    FESTIVALS AND EXTRA-VALS
    3rd Annual Charm City LGBT Film Festival. Featuring six award-winning films from the U.S., Taiwan, Germany, and India, using both documentary and narrative formats to explore various themes. May 29- June 1, Creative Alliance at the Patterson, 3134 Eastern...
  • ON THE WARPATH

    ON THE WARPATH
    When North Point was invadedĀ 200 years ago this September by about 4,500 British soldiers and marines during the War of 1812, the Toms and Jollies rowed ashore in small boats from their warships, anchored in Old Road Bay, just inside the mouth of the...
  • FOOD FESTIVALS

    FOOD FESTIVALS
    Annapolis Arts, Crafts & Wine Festival. June 7, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; June 8, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, 550 Taylor Ave., Annapolis, (410) 263-4012,annapolisartscraftsandwinefestival.com. The Annapolis Craft Beer and Music Festival....
  • Getting down with history on a War of 1812 paddling-and-partying tour of North Point

    When North Point was invaded 200 years ago this September by about 4,500 British soldiers and marines during the War of 1812, the Toms and Jollies rowed ashore in small boats from their warships, anchored in Old Road Bay, just inside the mouth of the...
  • Maryland gives tax breaks to lots of businesses, not just Kevin Spacey's

    As Governor MARTIN O'Malley prepares to sign controversial legislation handing out a total of about 15 million dollars to a successful subscription TV show, City Paper wanted to know: Who and what else do we deem worth of paying less taxes than mere...
  • Creative Alliance Announces Seventh Annual Art to Dine For Series

    The Creative Alliance at the Patterson recently announced its seventh annual Art to Dine For series, for which the Southeast Baltimore community arts center sponsors casual morning, afternoon, and evening get-togethers, sometimes at the homes of members...
  • All Things French

    Bastille Day may be seven months away, but something French is in the air in Baltimore. On Jan. 30, the Charleston Group is hosting two Chateauneuf-du-Pape events. For those of us with lighter wallets, Pazo's Chateauneuf-du-Pape tasting offers a chance to...
  • More Hours to be Happy at Wine Market

    The Wine Market (921 E. Fort Ave, [410] 244-6166) has just extended its happy hour to include Sundays. This means that every day but Friday, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., patrons can enjoy small plates and select wines by the glass for $4 each. The restaurant...
  • Spring Wine Tastings

    Yeah, we know Baltimore's history as a beer-loving town, but the next few weeks offer plenty of tasting opportunities for those who love the fruit of the vine. Here is the down and dirty on several: Where: The Wine Market 921 E. Fort Ave. What: WineD Up,...
  • Wine Tastings

    Tonight appears to be wine tasting night. Bin 604 (604 S. Exeter St., [410] 576-0444) is hosting a Malbec tasting from 6-8 p.m., featuring samples of this Argentinian red that is known for its dark, smoky, spicy flavor. Malbecs are all the rage right now,...