Gilded Lily Burlesque presents: Tassels & Champagne: We Love You, Baltimore

Gilded Lily Burlesque presents: Tassels & Champagne: We Love You Baltimore “Baltimore’s Best Burlesque Troupe”, Gilded Lily Burlesque, and special guests bring you an extraordinary variety show this Valentine’s Day! In celebration of our 11th annual Tassels & Champagne, we would like to take you on a journey to show you why “We Love Baltimore”. Let us show you all of the reasons behind the “Charm” in Charm City. Performances by each of your Baltimore favorites… Pioneers of the Baltimore club dance scene, Bmore Than Dance Elvis’ Birthday Fight Club femcee, Kittie Glitter! Award-Winning tribal belly dancer from Baltimore and […]

SIMAETHA: a Dreambaby Cabaret

SIMAETHA (pronounced sigh-mee-thuh) is an experimental witch cabaret written and performed by Jacob Budenz (a.k.a. Dreambaby), featuring dance and performance by Alexander D’Agostino. Through poetry, storytelling, music, and ritual, the show weaves together real and conjured memories, using mythology to rewrite identity. Simaetha, the angry witch in Idyll 2 by the Ancient Greek poet Theocritus, becomes the inspiration for an ageless, genderless creature navigating the seductive and double-edged gifts of demons, family ghosts, lovers, legends, and lonely yearnings of immortality. At once meditative, surreal, and darkly funny, SIMAETHA: a Dreambaby Cabaret explores myths invented and reimagined through theatrical vignettes, tied […]

Xerophytes: Extreme Plants of The Desert

Join us for Xerophytes: Extreme Plants of The Desert In this continuation of our xerophytes lecture, we’ll focus on unique varieties of plants that have evolved to thrive in some of the most extreme areas of the world: our deserts. From the slowest growing plants on the planet, to epiphytic cacti that make their homes in trees, you will leave with a new understanding of desert life. $45 ticket includes 2 cocktails, and a rare desert plant to take home!

Advanced Barber’s Workshop

Our barber workshop course is dedicated to both experienced barbers and regular men who want to level up their skills into beard care. Besides improving, this course will provide an insight into brand-new hair and beard styling. Danny Adams is the award-winning owner of Mister Shaver Barbershop in Chicago, IL. He is a member of the National Barber Team and has competed at a number of US and World Championships.

CaLL Walk: Living Boundaries

Lake Roland: Living Boundaries explores the scientific, artistic and social principles of absorption at Lake Roland, a defunct reservoir surrounded by parkland at the edge of Baltimore City. Artist Miguel Braceli seeks to approach the different boundaries and access that exist between the city, its inhabitants and the environment.  This work uses food grade paper, benign particulates and water to interrogate the concepts of absorption and particulate suspension, within the social context of racial and social segregation. From an ecological perspective this project seeks to approximate the forms of land use and its consequences on the environment, specifically, the relationships […]

Policing Alternatives: Panel and Community Meeting

Students Against Private Police and the Billie Holiday Project for Liberation Arts at Johns Hopkins University will host a panel and community meeting to discuss alternatives to policing initiatives underway in Baltimore City, particularly current legislative proposals to establish a private armed police force at JHU. Featuring Baltimore Redevelopment Action Coalition for Empowerment, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, Safe Streets, Center for Urban Families, and others, this event will provide Hopkins faculty, staff, students and neighborhood residents the opportunity to hear from the leaders of progressive political and social movements serving Baltimore’s neediest communities and neighborhoods and pioneering innovative solutions […]

Occasional Symphony performs “Asian Art Suite” featuring guest pianist Stanley Cowell

Please join the Occasional Symphony for a special concert-fundraiser at the Baltimore Museum of Art featuring Stanley Cowell, Steinway jazz pianist and composer. Stanley Cowell is Professor Emeritus of Jazz Piano at Rutgers-Mason Gross School of the Arts. Professor for 33 years and a Steinway Artist, he has performed and recorded worldwide as solo pianist with diverse ensembles from duos to orchestras in jazz venues and concert halls. His formal training in music includes a bachelor’s degree in music and an honorary doctorate from Oberlin Conservatory, a Master of Music from University of Michigan, study at the Mozarteum Akademie in Salzburg, […]

Stanley Cowell: 50-Year Retrospective of His Recordings and Songs

Stanley Cowell to perform at An Die Musik Live! on Nov. 30, 2018 (2 Sets 8:00 pm and 9:30 pm) Stanley Cowell, piano Bruce Williams, saxophone & flute Freddie Hendrix, trumpet Tom DiCarlo, bass Vince Ector, rums Sunny Cowell, vocals & viola Stanley Cowell is Professor Emeritus of Jazz Piano at Rutgers-Mason Gross School of the Arts. Professor for 33 years and a Steinway Artist, he has performed and recorded worldwide as solo pianist with diverse ensembles from duos to orchestras in jazz venues and concert halls. He has an impressive list of hundreds of recordings as composer and pianist, having […]

Therapy Not For Me, You Say!

As the nation’s, indeed the world’s, attention has been on mental health, I want to focus on just what therapy/counseling is. I often hear people say: “I haven’t done this before; how does it go?” We do not ask this question if we have a toothache and have to go to the dentist, do we?