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Event info: Maryland State Fair at the Timonium Fairgrounds Maryland State Fair

Friday-Sept. 7: The annual favorite returns to the Timonium Fairgrounds with concerts, rides, animal shows, 4-H and home arts demonstrations and more.

Event info: Van Halen at Jiffy Lube Live Van Halen

Saturday: Rockers Van Halen (yes, with David Lee Roth) play at Jiffy Lube Live, and the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band opens.

Event info: The Maryland Renaissance Festival at Crownsville Fairgrounds Maryland Renaissance Festival

Saturday-Oct. 25: Enter a 16th-century English village and enjoy foods, crafts, performances, games and more.

Event info: Baltimore Farmers' Market under the JFX Baltimore Farmers' Market

Sunday: Shoppers will find fresh produce, meats, dairy and baked goods, as well as crafts and more, each Sunday, under the JFX.

MUSIC & NIGHTLIFE

Rising R&B singer Kehlani learns on the road Rising R&B singer Kehlani learns on the road

Kehlani has emerged as one of the freshest new voices in R&B.

Motley Crue bids Baltimore farewell until next time Concert review: Motley Crue and Alice Cooper at Royal Farms Arena

Motley Crue proudly rocks gaudy good-bye show in Baltimore.

Earl Sweatshirt's dynamic lyricism on display at Rams Head Live Concert review: Earl Sweatshirt at Rams Head Live

Rapper's dynamic lyricism on display at concert.

DINING

Construction to begin next summer on Bagby Pizza in Foundry Row Construction to begin next summer on Bagby Pizza in Foundry Row

Plans are for a late summer or early fall opening in 2016.

Sake brings steakhouse drama to Glen Burnie Restaurant review: Sake Japanese Steakhouse

Sake brings steakhouse drama to Glen Burnie.

Shopping for Afro-Caribbean ingredients in Baltimore Shopping for Afro-Caribbean ingredients

Here's where to find Afro-Caribbean cooking ingredients around the area.

ARTS & THEATER

Rep Stage to launch season with bittersweet 'Baltimore Waltz' Rep Stage to launch season with 'Baltimore Waltz'

Theater offers a revival of Paula Vogel's bittersweet play about AIDS and loss.

Maryland Renaissance Festival gearing up for its 39th season Maryland Renaissance Festival gearing up for its 39th season

The first years were held in Columbia beginning in 1977.

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