At the start of each weekend, plenty of text message chains all around Baltimore begin with the same question: “Brunch?”
Here, the leisurely paced gathering is more than a meal — it's a time to catch up with friends and family, celebrate, complain about the workweek and meet new people.Read more
“Can’t Slow Down,” the 1998 debut by the New Jersey band Saves the Day and the all-time favorite album of Hampden resident Jason Medina, opens with lyrics quintessential to its genre.
“And it’s not fair, why do I have to be so? / Oh I feel everything much more / much more than you ever will,” sings Chris Conley in a pinched, teenage delivery over chunky distorted guitars.Read more
The big year for Deale natives Brothers Osborne continues.
The country duo of TJ and John Osborne earned two nominations for this year’s Country Music Association Awards — vocal duo of the year and new artist of the year. The nominations were announced Wednesday on “Good Morning America.”
In January, Brothers Osborne released their debut album, “Pawn Shop.”Read more
Back in May, Iron Rooster owner Kyle Algaze said that, despite his all-day breakfast eatery’s popularity, he was considering making changes based on customer feedback. Next week, he’ll prove he was listening.
For the first time, Iron Rooster will introduce two separate Monday-Friday happy hours — the first from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and the other from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.Read more
The Brewer's Art, the Mount Vernon bar and brewery synonymous with Baltimore beer, will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a party on Oct. 6 at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, according to co-owner Tom Creegan.Read more
Here’s a secret some craft-beer enthusiasts already know: Some of the best beer in Maryland is brewed in the small Eastern Shore town of Berlin, population less than 5,000.
It’s Burley Oak Brewing Company, founded by Essex native Bryan Brushmiller, who moved to Berlin when he was 17.Read more