Experience the Wizard of Oz like you've never seen it before--as a funky musical adaptation, complete with a vibrant infusion of ’70s rock and Motown melodies. See The Wiz playing at Centerstage now through Nov. 7.
Read this restaurant review on the Robert Morris Inn, and check it out for dinner this weekend.
Schedule your BabysitEase sitter now to make sure you get out this weekend.
The beginning of fall also marks the beginning of haunted Baltimore. Baltimore Ghost Tours
offers the Original Fells Point GhostWalk, the new Mount Vernon
GhostWalk, as well as the Haunted Fells Point PubWalk. Schedule your BabysitEase sitter now so you can be sure to get out this weekend and enjoy the fall festivities.
Baltimore Restaurant Week
returns this summer for 10 extraordinary days
of culinary adventures from August 13 to 22. Tempt your taste buds at
dozens of Baltimore's
best restaurants, offering three-course dinner menus for $35.10 and
three-course lunch menus for $20.10.
Restaurant Week patrons are also offered discounted parking at
city-owned parking garages. Come get in on all the culinary treasures
Baltimore has to offer.
Schedule your BabysitEase sitter now to make sure you don't miss out on your night out.
Little Italy's Open Air Film Festival is held each Friday evening at dusk during July and
August. At this free
event, movie-goers set up lawn chairs and blankets, and bring picnic baskets or
carryout from local restaurants while they sit back and enjoy an
Italian-related feature film or one starring an Italian actor.
At 9 p.m. the featured movie is
projected onto the outside wall of Ciao Bella Restaurant in Da Mimmo Restaurant's parking lot at the intersection of High and Stiles streets. This
cozy event is in its 14th year and is open to the public. A handful of
folding chairs are provided on a first-come-first-served basis. Free
popcorn and live music are provided.
Schedule your BabysitEase sitter now so you don't miss out on this romantic date night.
This Friday is your last chance to enjoy folk and blues musicians
performing in Laurel for the
Montpelier Arts Center's folk and blues series. Hear accomplished
musicians perform top-notch live shows at 8 p.m. June 4.
Need to hear from the experts before you check out a new restaurant? Here you go: "Bluegrass
is off to a great start. I liked this place on first, and second,
sight. This is the
high-expectations South Baltimore restaurant that reunites general
manager Jorbie Clark and chef Patrick Morrow, who worked together at
Ryleigh's Oyster by Cross Street Market..." (Read the rest of this
restaurant review in the Baltimore Sun.)
Schedule your BabysitEase sitter now so you don't miss out on these great date nights.
The Harborplace Amphitheater
is the best place to see the area's greatest free concerts. Visit the
Harborplace Amphitheater for an entertaining experience and the chance
to groove to the cool sounds of Jazz, Latin, funk, soul and more. The
free, family-friendly concert performances along the scenic inner
Harbor backdrop run Memorial Day through Labor Day, 8 to 11 p.m. every
Saturday and 5 to 8 p.m. every Sunday.
May 15 is right around the corner, so don't forget to schedule a sitter for your Preakness festivities. This year consider throwing your own Preakness party at home and share a sitter with all of your friends.
It's the unofficial first day of summer when the Baltimore Orioles return to Oriole Park at Camden Yards for their season home opener. Plus, opening day isn't just about baseball: The crack of the bat is preceded and followed by live music, entertainment and excitement around the stadium and all over downtown. Play hooky and welcome Baltimore's "boys of summer" back home for the new season.
Get cozy with your date on a spirited pubwalk of Fell's Point. Visit haunted taverns and have a few drinks on one of the Baltimore Ghost Tours.