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Howl at The Moon

22 Market Place Baltimore, MD 21202 Tel: 410.783.5111

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Come by Howl at the Moon and hear our favorite band play all your favorite songs! Now, you know our house band can cover a ton of songs in all genres and categories, so we're challenging them to try their best pop, indie rock, and rock-n-roll personas to make you feel like you were right in the middle of Bonnaroo! Grab your flower crowns and crochet tops because this is going to be one awesome party.

Port Discovery Children's Museum
35 Market Place Baltimore MD - 410.727.8120
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Port Discovery Children's Museum

Pirates Have Landed at National Harbor
Urban Pirates sails in to National Harbor for swashbuckling adventure

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., May 16, 2016— Pirates have landed at National Harbor as Urban Pirates sailed in to provide a fun, new entertainment venue on the National Harbor waterfront. Family Adventure Cruises on the Urban Pirate ship run on weekends-only through June 15 (schedule then changes to seven days per week) and includes interactive pirate activities for the whole family—games, songs, blasting of the water cannons, and a hunt for stolen treasure. Pirate vests, tattoos and drawn-on facial hair are included and participants are also encouraged to wear their own pirate dress, if they’d like.

Each cruise runs one-and-a-half hours with the first half-hour spent on boarding activities followed by an hour of sailing out on the Potomac River.  Boarding takes place at the Capital Wheel Pier at National Harbor.  The cost is $22 per person for ages 3 and up, $12 for children 2 and under.  There are also group ticket rates and birthday adventures.

For adults, there are B.Y.O.G. (bring your own grog) cruises that run on Thursdays (6 and 8 p.m.), Fridays and Saturdays (6, 8 and 10 p.m.)  Cost is $25 per person.  The cruises feature swashbuckling fun with dancing, pirate vests and tattoos. Small coolers are welcome.

“We are delighted to be able to add this unique and fun pirate ship experience to the exceptional line-up of entertainment at National Harbor,” said Bruce Gudenberg, vice president of marketing for National Harbor.  In addition to the iconic Capital Wheel, soaring more than 180 feet with views of the D.C. monuments and the National Harbor Merry-Go-Round, National Harbor provides a wide array of shops including Tanger Outlets, restaurants and night life.  The National Harbor MGM Casino is scheduled to open in late 2016 as well.

“This is a walkable mini-city that has something for everyone,” added Gudenberg.  “From stores for children such as Build-A-Bear and Peeps to great restaurants and a whole street, Fleet Street, of music and bars for adults, to our events that include movie nights on the waterfront, there’s a lot here to experience.”

There are a lot of activities available and yet, some visitors prefer to stroll the waterfront, or simply sit and relax and take in the spectacular sunsets.  National Harbor has it all.

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About National Harbor
Rising from the banks of the Potomac River, just south of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in Prince George’s County, Md., National Harbor is a vibrant, unique community with a stellar location and a wide variety of attractions. Just a short distance from Old Town, Alexandria and downtown Washington, D.C., the 350-acre mixed-use development features seven hotels (including the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center and MGM National Harbor), offices, residential, tree-lined streets with more than 150 shops and more than 30 restaurants, iconic attractions such as the Capital Wheel and National Harbor Carousel, and much more. With so many attractions, National Harbor has become a prime destination for locals, visitors, special events, corporate meetings and conferences. The community also provides an array of waterfront activities (including a water taxi, two 700-ft. piers and 62 boat slips), special events and spectacular sunsets. For more information,

Fells Point Main Street

Fell's Point
P.O. Box 38245
Baltimore, Maryland 21231
Tel: 410.675.8900
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Fells Point Main Street

It is the new name of our community’s Main Street organization, a campaign initiated in 2003 by the Fell's Point Business Association and members of our community. FPMS has been created to proactively generate the revitalization of Fell's Point’s commercial and historic districts. Our mission to promote, strengthen and revitalize the commercial district for businesses and residents alike. Like neighborhoods nationwide, we are experiencing growing pains associated with the economic of expansion.


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9244 East Hampton Dr., Ste 621

Capitol Heights, MD 20743

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JULY 31, 4-7 pm (raindate August 7)

Enjoy a special evening of Pickin’ by the Bay at Shady Side’s Captain Avery Museum. Bring your own acoustic strings for a jam session with Baltimore-based band Mixed Business, then settle in for the band’s live performance. Admission: $5. Under 12 free. Deale’s Happy Harbor restaurant will have food for sale. Beverages also for sale onsite. No outside food or beverages. Bring your own chairs and blankets. Rain date August 7.
AUGUST 11, 2016

Los Angeles-based Burger Records recording artists The Jigsaw Seen will make a rare appearance in Baltimore, MD at Joe Squared on August 11, 2016.

The band will perform songs from their entire catalog, including the forthcoming rarities collection "The Jigsaw Seen For The Discriminating Completist," to be released by Burger Records on September 30, 2016.

The Jigsaw Seen includes Baltimore native Dennis Davison who was the singer in one of Baltimore's first Punk bands, Ebenezer And The Bludgeons.

Opening the show will be the local act Harlan County Kings

Joe Squared is located at 33 W. North Ave., Baltimore, MD. Phone: (410) 545-0444. Tickets are $8.00

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