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An autism advocate, Jesse A. Saperstein tells his personal story of being bullied and treated differently for having Asperger’s syndrome and how he rose above it all to become a best-selling author. Call McDaniel’s Student Diversity and Inclusion Office at 410-857-2794 for more information.
Participate in Out of Order (OOO): MAP's 21st Annual Benefit Exhibition and Silent Auction!
Any artist is welcome to hang one original work of art on the first come, first served installation day, taking place on Thursday, April 5, 2018, from 7 am - midnight. No need to sign up in advance, just come by MAP's first-floor gallery space @ 218 West Saratoga Street in the new Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District!
Cabaret artist Andy Crosten (Andy Darling, Let's Chat) returns to our stage with his New York City drag trio: The Golden Gays.
Picture it: Baltimore, April, 2018. In a series of hilarious hot flashbacks, Dorothy, Blanche and Rose find themselves singing and dancing their way through the Golden Girls' most iconic moments; all the while in search for their next #TokenSophia. Will it be you?!"
The New York Times’ Jon Pareles, in his best songs of 2017, describes Joan Shelley’s “If the Storms Never Came” as “intertwined acoustic and electric guitars, harking back to Pentangle, [that] carry a serene modal melody and thoughts about how disruption is essential.” The description aptly captures Shelley’s work and her evocative songwriting as one the strongest voices to emerge from an Appalachian roots folk community that is as deep today as it ever was.
Imagine Montgomery, Alabama at the height of the civil rights movement – a place where one man’s barbershop became a gathering place for Martin Luther King, Jr. and his fellow leaders to actively discuss change and how they would organize to make their voices heard. In honor of the 50thanniversary of the 1968 assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., author Kevin Shird and eighty-four year old, Nelson Malden, will discuss The American Civil Rights Movement, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Turning Dialogue and Intention into Action.
Baltimore-based acoustic band, Darla Jean and the Somethin' or Others is a 5-piece ensemble founded in 2010, playing old timey music (think 'O Brother Where Art Thou') with some traditional bluegrass, blues, Americana, and original songs thrown in for good measure. Known for their tight harmonies and audience interaction, the band’s unique and diverse repertoire ranges from The Carter Family to Old Crow Medicine Show.
AsanaRoots presents month five of their First Friday art exhibition series on April 6th, 2018 with Markmaking, a solo exhibition by interdisciplinary artist Erin Barach. Markmaking includes drawings and collage that explore literal and poetic fragmentation, overlooked subtleties of everyday surfaces, and the physical sensation of touch. The show opens with a reception on April 6th, 7:30 – 9:30pm. AsanaRoots is located on the second floor of 1707 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD.
Tom Paxton has become a voice of his generation, addressing issues of injustice and inhumanity, laying bare the absurdities of modern culture, and celebrating the tenderest bonds of family, friends, and community.
Markus Stenz, conductor
Arabella Steinbacher, violin
Beethoven // Symphony No.1 in C Major
Korngold // Violin Concerto in D Major
Rachmaninoff // Symphonic Dances
This journey of melodic splendor begins with Beethoven’s playful and spirited First Symphony. The BSO is joined by Arabella Steinbacher for Korngold’s lush Violin Concerto No. 1. Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances, his commanding final work, brings a beautiful sense of melody to the powerful Dies Irae chant.
If you are looking for a reasonably priced spring half. If you are looking for a family friendly race. If you are looking for a fantastic first-timers half. If you are looking for an out an back race full of runners who want to support YOU in getting to the finish line and reaching your goals, you have come to the right place! Join us for our annual race on April 7, 2018!
Hop, skip or jump over to Healthy First Saturday and find ways to get active as a family! Take part in programs that encourage children to get active, make healthy choices, and understand how our bodies work! Get Kinderfit! with the Kindersinger, and stretch and learn new poses as a family during Life on Yoga Mountain. Plus, join in a family jam session with Faza Fam Family Jam and meet and learn about the important work of service dogs with FIDOS for Freedom! Be sure to join us for the UMBC Health Fair, featuring health activities and information for the whole family.
We want all your Starter Jackets, Air Jordans, Flannel Shirts and Zubaz
It does not matter which 90’s trend was your favorite because we will be rocking them all on April 7th for 90’s Night! That’s right, dust off your "Macarena" dance moves and that old Starter Jacket because we will be partying like it's 1999. We will have prizes, drink specials and all the 90’s music you can dance to. Don't miss out!
Michael Brown, Sr. is a very versatile artist; a former student of the late Joseph Eubanks and the late Ruby Glover. Trained in both classical and jazz techniques, his repertoire includes Rhythm & Blues, Standards, Contemporary Christian and Jazz. He provides entertainment to local retirement communities and supper clubs in Baltimore. Songs such as I Left My Heart in San Francisco, Unforgettable, Fly Me to The Moon, Georgia and Love Ballad are among many of his favorites. Currently, he performs over 75 songs from the styles of Ray Charles, Tony Bennett and Lou Rawls and many others.