- Get a taste of the country in the city at the Baltimore Farmers Market & Bazaar. There’s still time to catch a flick at the Annapolis Film Festival, take in a dinner and a show or learn a trade.
- Take advantage of loosening restrictions and improving weather with these springtime events: go on an Easter Egg hunt without leaving your car, celebrate Women’s History Month with a pop-up art exhibition or learn about the Maryland Blue Crab.
- Celebrate Maryland Day with these area events. You could explore your creative side at ArtFest. Maybe you’re just looking for a few laughs, an art exhibit opening, a concert or socially relevant discussion, we’ve got you covered.
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- HBO is making a six-episode miniseries based on Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton’s recently released book, “We Own This City: A True Story of Crime, Cops, and Corruption.”
- Spring is right around the corner and there are plenty of interesting area events. Check out a movie festival by the ocean, join a book discussion or celebrate Mardi Gras.
- The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday that it will stage two free outdoor community concerts in June conducted by outgoing music director Marin Alsop. Other arts and cultural institutions in Baltimore plan to reopen, too.
- The Modells want their name off the city’s Lyric, marking a potential bitter breakup for the Mount Royal Avenue performing arts center and the family that brought the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore.
- A zoning hearing Tuesday afternoon will determine whether the Arch Social Club can proceed with plans to erect a marquee on the facade of the historic 109-year-old building it owns at North and Pennsylvania avenues.
- The change will affect about 50 staffers at the Baltimore Museum of Art and 31 full-time employees at the Walters Art Museum.
- Black History Month celebrations this week include jazz concerts, learning about civil rights pioneers and journeys of self-discovery. Writers and artists can learn a few things from a professional as well.
- Jimmy Jones, a club musician known for his 1993 hit “Watch Out for the Big Girl,” died of kidney failure Tuesday at Good Samaritan Hospital in Baltimore. He was 50.
- The celebration of Black History Month continues with a shopping excursion, a conference and a book reading. Take part in events both virtual and in-person.
- The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra issued a public rebuke Saturday to its principal flutist over her social media posts pushing conspiracy theories on such topics as the coronavirus and election fraud.
- Barbara E. Vogel, a foster mother and role model to 30 children, dies
- The Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center will reopen this fall and its first performance, Broadway’s “Pretty Woman: The Musical” will take center stage Sept. 28.
- You can shakeup your weekend with a selection of events going on in Baltimore. Choose from a trip to the Maryland Science Center or read a good book or give a listen to a jazz concert.
- Stavros Lambrinidis, EU diplomat, said the toughness and elasticity in the face of hardship of the artwork on display at AVAM spoke to him during a year when the world was ravaged by a pandemic,
- The character Healthy Holly plays a pivotal role in the Single Carrot Theatre's new “Healthy Holly’s Hidden Hideaway” production.
- Following her show stopping performance at the inauguration of President Joe Biden, Morgan State University President David Wilson reached out via Twitter.
- “Winfield was cheerful and vivacious,” said Baltimore musician Paul Johns. “He was outgoing to people.