Black Boy Smile that recounts the author’s childhood and formative years in East Baltimore as well as his thoughts on identity, toxic masculinity, and the emotional lives of Black men.
D. Watkins is the author of four prior books, editor-at-large for Salon, and a University of Baltimore lecturer.
Order your copy of Black Boy Smile from Charm City Books here.
ASL interpretation will be available for attendees.
Writers LIVE! programs are supported in part by a bequest from The Miss Howard Hubbard Adult Programming Fund and the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Portfolios, www.BakerArtist.org.
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Join us Sunday for another Eclectic Goods Market with fun local vendors!
This week’s vendors are:
Brittany Herbinko/Charm City Goosebumps
All About Me
Bruxas Bruxas Bruxas
HarborQue will also be on site 12-5pm with tasty BBQ!
Join the John Lamkin Favorites Jazz Quintet for free, outdoor, family-friendly jazz performances in the BMI’s covered pavilion this summer. Some seating will be available but visitors are welcome to bring their own chairs/blankets and refreshments. Restrooms are available inside the museum.
This program is made possible by Harry (Mike) and Karen Verbeke Shealey.
“Arctic Artistry” Exhibit Opens at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Explore the evolving role of Indigenous artists of the North American Arctic in
a new exhibition of 20 rarely shown objects, many from the BMA’s collection.
“Arctic Artistry” opens on July 17, 2022 and will remain on view through
January 8, 2023.
To get more information on the exhibit and plan your visit, click the link below.
Blackout 2022 Comedy & Music Festival
Iconiq Entertainment present this live music and comedy festival on Sunday,
July 17 from 4:00–11:00 p.m. There will be food and drink available from
local vendors, plus crabs from Conrad’s Crab House in Parkville.
For more information and tickets, click the link below.