- Everyone at the theater, from the coffee shop to the IT department, quickly came together to put on a high-visibility national production that venue officials hope will be a boon to its profile.
- Here’s a roundup of spooky musical events in the greater Baltimore area that might just make a chill run down your spine.
- Make strides against breast cancer, take part in a Halloween parade, see a standup comedy act or, for comic book readers and fans of superhero movies, celebrate the return of Baltimore Comic Con.
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- Bits & Bites highlights news and notes from the Baltimore area’s restaurant and dining scene.
- You still have a week to gobble up specials at Baltimore County restaurants during the area’s Restaurant Week, which runs through Oct. 24.
- New owners are breathing life into two old neighborhood haunts, one in Remington and another in Hamilton.
- Foodies can check out the state barbecue festival or a taco festival in town. Other events include ways to improve your home and yard, a concert of Black American songs, a rock concert and a standup comedy act.
- Designs crowd Betty Cooke's mind, waiting to take form in streamlined and deceptively simple jewelry of gold, silver and stone.
- This is the most recent in a series of venue shifts in response to the ongoing labor dispute between Strathmore management and the union that represents ticket sellers.
Baltimore area events
- Stephanie Ybarra, the artistic director at Baltimore Center Stage, is the country’s first Latina artistic director of a major theater. She not only directs offstage with a lens towards social justice and inclusivity, but also curates those values on the stage.
- Halfway through filming ‘We Own This City’ in Baltimore, The Sun was invited to the set to observe and document part of the process.
- The coronavirus pandemic increased the volatility of the already challenging restaurant industry. Many stressed-out employees have walked away. The losses have added up to a massive labor shortage facing the hospitality sector.
- The show is the museum’s 26th large-scale exhibition since it opened in 1995 under the direction of Hoffberger and her husband, the late art collector and philanthropist LeRoy E. Hoffberger.
- Black walnuts are in season and it's time to race against squirrels and others, to nab these natively-grown fruits that harbor mysterious nuts within.
- We have questions: who just spent $1 million to buy a restaurant in Fells Point? Why did a beloved bread store shut down in Fells Point? And what the heck is happening in Harbor East?