September 25 - October 1 reviewed: Kooper's Tavern, Chris Brown, Inner Harbor college nights
This week, on Midnight Sun: Kooper's Tavern was sued by a Baltimore County man who claims the bar, and two other area bars, exposed him to identity theft. Consumer rights experts were dubious about the claim. Bourbon Street moved its college nights to Baltimore Soundstage, where some of the venue's old hands are now working. Incidentally, we reviewed Soundstage itself. Chris Brown performed in Baltimore; we reviewed the show and put together a photo gallery of the concert. Five Howard County businesses were charged with selling alcohol to minors. Flying Dog Brewery partnered with Habitat for Humanity. On that note, check out our guide to the ten must-attend events of Baltimore Beer Week. Ryan Adams and Animal Collective's Avey Tare announced area shows. And, Pittsburg rapper Mac Miller performed at Rams Head Live. Still don't know what to do this weekend? Consider Das Racist at the 9:30 club or check out our daily nightlife guide. Your Ravens bar of the week? That's Baltimore Taphouse.
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