Downstairs at the Crown in Station North, Butch Dawson kicked off a mosh pit on a night in July with his recent local anthem, “Feel Nobody.” As the bass line rumbled, the Baltimore rapper quickly jumped in the middle, microphone in hand as he jumped up and down alongside the modest-sized crowd.Read more
Controversy is brewing along with beer at Union Craft Brewing, which closed its tap room this week to children after 6 p.m., a decision that has set off a heated social media debate about parenting and the role of community breweries.Read more
This fall, a new cafe, beer garden and coffee bar are coming to the Old Goucher neighborhood.
Known as Socle, the complex will feature the cafe Larder, the beer garden Fadensonnen and Sophomore Coffee, according to Lane Harlan, one of Fadensonnen’s founders. The space in the 2200 block of Maryland Ave. will also have an artist residency.Read more
Inside the Towson studios of radio station Mix 106.5 earlier this summer, a brightly colored sign captured the moment — and the audience’s mostly young age: “I skipped my nap for JAGMAC.”Read more
It had been too long since Mac DeMarco had been to Baltimore, the critically acclaimed, indie-rock singer/songwriter realized recently. So, he decided to add a last-minute tour date here because, as he said during a phone interview last week, “Why not?”
DeMarco will headline a surprise concert at Rams Head Live on Thursday night.Read more
Two high-profile Maryland alcohol producers have come together for a new collaboration.
In the coming weeks, bottles of Port Finish Rye Whiskey — made by aging Sagamore Spirit’s Signature Rye Whiskey in wine barrels, some of which were provided by Boordy Vineyards in Baltimore County — will start to hit local shelves.Read more