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Railroad Days & Model Train Show at the B&O
B&O Railroad Museum
901 W. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21223
Saturday, March 2, 2019 (All day)

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Price Ranges: $20 Adults; $17 seniors $12 Children
Phone: 4107522462
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Black Tie & Tails, Baltimore Humane Society's can't-miss annual gala!
The Grand Lodge of Maryland
304 International Circle
Cockeysville, MD 21030
Saturday, April 13, 2019 - 6:00pm

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Price Ranges: $125 Early Bird Ticket Price until March 25th, Then $149 (Pets attend free!)
Phone: 410-833-8848 ext. 202
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Black Tie Optional. Sense of Humor Required. It's Black Tie & Tails, Baltimore Humane Society's can't-miss annual gala at The Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley on Saturday, April 13th. The evening features an elegant seated dinner, open bar, music, dancing, silent and live auction, Bark! Store goody bags, and many more surprises! Bring your pet if you like and show off its evening wear in the Pet Fashion Parade. This is a night you won't forget!

John Waters Exhibit Opens in his hometown Museum, Baltimore Museum of Art

John Waters Indecent Exposure Exibit Opens in Baltimore

By Jessi Kim/Patti Neumann

 

Restaurant Association of Maryland announces winners of the 64th Annual Stars of the Restaurant Industry Awards.

Winners Announced!-Over 500 Members of the Restaurant and Hospitality Industry Attended the Restaurant Association of Maryland’s Annual Awards Gala for the first time ever in Ocean City.

The Ivy Baltimore Boutique Hotel
205 East Biddle Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Rooms: 18
Phone: 443-503-4501
Phone (toll free): 800-964-1283
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The Ivy is a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of historic Mount Vernon, with eighteen beautiful guest rooms and suites, charming public spaces, a small luxury spa, and Magdalena, one of Baltimore’s most outstanding restaurants.

Built in 1889 as a private home, this Gilded Age mansion has aged gracefully as each owner passed her gently to the next. We would be delighted to share a piece of rich Baltimore history and beauty with you.

Cava Mezze

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In the summer of 2006, long-time friends Ike Grigoropoulos and Ted Xenohristos, along with chef Dimitri Moshovitis came up with the idea for CAVA over coffee. As 3 children of Greek immigrants they wondered to themselves why no one had opened a Greek restaurant that reminded them of the mezze/tapas style dining in Greece. 

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