It rained off-and-on from morning past noon, but that did not deter early-arrivers at this year’s Festival on the Hill – especially those lining up to be first in line for used books and “Juniquities” bargains.
It’s fall, and thus it is time once again for Festival on the Hill, the more-or-less annual celebration of autumn weather and community togetherness that has been happening around here since the 1950s.
The most frequent word in my presidential life or recent months has been when, as in “when will you make X do what I need?” Sadly, BHCA cannot “make” anyone do anything, but we do have good news on a few fronts, thanks to persistence, patience, and polite firmness from our neighbors.
Now that cannabis (AKA marijuana) is legal and widely available in Maryland, BHCA’s Gray Panthers Task Force is hosting a salon on Wednesday, Oct. 25, with an expert on the medical and policy aspects of cannabis.
Bolton Hill’s 3rd annual Arts in the Parks picnic concert series kicks off on Thursday, July 6, with popular father-son musicians Ken and Brad Kolodner on hammered dulcimer and clawhammer banjo blurring the lines of Old-Time, Bluegrass and American Roots music.
Artscape, it appears, is really back. After years of back and forth and political backbiting about where and when and whether it was ever coming back, the city’s Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts wants you to know that this time it’s really for real.
Living within walking distance of a great symphony hall with an outstanding orchestra is one of the delights of Bolton Hill. Music lovers gravitate to our neighborhood and make it stronger and more vibrant.
It’s a craft fair with MICA flair, back after a three-year absence.The MICA Art Market Pop-Up is a three-floor holiday market that provides MICA’s best students, alumni, faculty, and staff the opportunity to sell their artwork, crafts and artisan-made pieces in a two-day public event on MICA’s campus