‘New Queers Eve’ at Windup Space

Ring in the new year with a night of music by queer artists and friends, on Monday, December 31st from 8 pm to 1 am at the Windup Space (12 West North Avenue, Baltimore). Say “see ya” to 2018, and celebrate the good that happened, and what is sure to be another interesting year in 2019! Doors open at 8 pm. Tickets are $10. Performing will be Joseph & the Beasts (Josephandthebeasts.com); Manners Manners (Mannersmanners.bandcamp.com); Sybling (Sybling.bandcamp.com); and Dreambush (Dreambush.bandcamp.com). For more information visit their Facebook event page at Bit.ly/2rD5FAl. Please follow and like us:

Incarnate: A Queer Christmas Pageant

Join other community members on Sunday, December 23rd from 6 to 7:30 pm, to celebrate Christmas in a queer and sacred space, with “Incarnate: A Queer Christmas Pageant”. The event takes place at Space 2640 (2640 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore). The event is free of charge and all are welcome. The event is being hosted by Dreams and Visions, a new progressive, LGBTQ+ affirming church in Baltimore. All ages, all genders, all faiths (or no faith) are welcome! The church says it aims to create an imaginative spiritual community of restoration, where people can find the courage to be their […]

Hamilton Tavern

Hamilton Tavern 5517 Harford Road, Baltimore 410-426-1930 Hamiltontavern.com Long known for the perfect burger, Hamilton Tavern continues to produce original flavors you didn’t know you crave. For years, this gem is the place that the locals frequent to get a fresh Roseda Farm Burger on brioche with thick-cut bacon and the usual fixin’s. While others throughout Baltimore have caught on to what a burger should be, owner Joel Ramos and chef Jeremy Price push the envelope. The menu offers year-round staples for those who want to stick to the tried and true, as well as rotating options that change with […]

Five Hot Wedding Tips

Want to make planning your wedding easy and stress-free? Here are five great tips on what you can do to get started right, and make the best use of your wedding professionals. 1) Know your numbers – The two most important numbers in your wedding planning are your guest count, which is the number of people you plan to invite; and your budget, which is the amount of money you have available to spend. These two parameters guide every planning decision. It’s really important to know these numbers before your start planning. You and every wedding professionals (or if you’re […]

Leather Community Celebrates Christmas

As it does every year the leather community celebrated the season of giving by giving back. The ShipMates Club of Baltimore hosted their annual Daddy Christmas fundraiser on the traditional first Saturday of December at The Loft at Grand Central. Since the first Saturday fell on December 1st this year, World AIDS Day, the club selected Adullum Community Healthcare Center – which, among other services, provides HIV screenings to low-income and underserved communities – as this year’s beneficiary. It was a wonderful way to start the holiday season as the ShipMates hosted what seemed more like a party than a […]

As Long As I’m Famous

In the Bruce Reisman’s upcoming film As Long as I’m Famous, the interpersonal relationships of stage and screen stars from postwar Hollywood and Broadway’s golden age are explored through the 24-year-old eyes of future legendary director, Sidney Lumet. The film is a fact-based account of a New York summer in 1948, where future luminaries such as Montgomery Clift and Lumet embark on perfecting their craft during their early rise to fame. For film and television actor David Chokachi, his portrayal of professional boxer Gene Tunney demonstrates for audiences that the performer is more than just his good looks. Having burst […]

2019: To Your Health!

LGBT Health Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care WITH 2019 ALMOST upon us, the staff of the LGBT Health Resource Center took a moment to share their New Year’s resolutions and hopes for our community. Sam McClure, director – As I look into 2019, I want to see our patients in a safe and affirming environment for all their health care needs. I also hope to see our community taking positive pro-active steps towards health and wellness. When we have detractors and political factions working against us, elemental power comes from our commitments to taking good care of ourselves […]

Information Sought on Local Murders

On November 8th, 2018, 43-year-old Brendon Michaels was found dead in his Mid-Town Belvedere apartment, in the 1200 block of Saint Paul Street in Baltimore. He had been beaten, and his death was ruled a homicide. Michaels was a certified personal trainer and fitness center coordinator at Carroll Community College, and worked also as a server at the Olive Garden in Westminster. On November 26th, “Tydi,” a transgender woman, was fatally shot while in the 1900 block of West Lanvale Street, in Baltimore. These are members of our community whose lives were taken from us and who deserve justice. Anyone […]

Lunch Patrol’s Second Annual Holiday Celebration

Help to make sure that the less fortunate can enjoy the holiday season and join B and Dee’s Baltimore Love at 1 pm on Sunday, December 30th, for the December “Holiday Edition” of Lunch Patrol, which has usually been the biggest lunch patrol of the year. Volunteers help distribute brown-bag lunches to the area homeless. They are delivered on foot and by vehicle. In addition to brown-bag lunch distribution, organizers will be offering hot food for those in need. Daughters of Royalty will be guest hosting this special event. All are welcome! People of all ages are encouraged to participate. […]

A Miracle on Lexington Street

For one night and one night only, Joy Baltimore in partnership with Club Bunns, will present “A Miracle on Lexington Street,” a kid-friendly tree lighting in the heart of Baltimore, on Saturday, December 22nd, from 5 to 9 pm, at Club Bunns (606-608 West Lexington Street, Baltimore). The event will include food, fun, games, entertainment, vendors, marching bands, and even pictures with Santa. The event is free and open to all. Please note that this is an outdoor event, so dress accordingly. Organizers’ goal is to provide gifts for up to 200 youth. They are looking for gloves, hats, scarves, […]