Baltimore's LGBT Heart

2.8.2011

By Ed Salvato

You knew Baltimore was queer, did you know it was gay, too?

Picture 1 You knew Baltimore was queer but did you know it was gay, too?

Lots of terrific LGBT-popular events going on. Here's a round up of a few current and upcoming performances, shows and more.

The Narcissism of Minor Differences

This exhibition showcases 17 acclaimed artists, including Patricia Cronin who uses traditional historic art forms to address contemporary issues of sexuality, gender and class. She created Memorial to a Marriage (pictured) to address the issue of same-sex couples' inability to legally wed throughout the United States.

iQueer: there’s NOT an app for that

  • Presented by Charm City Kitty Club
  • Creative Alliance
  • January 29, 2011
  • 7pm; Kitty Cocktails, 8pm Show

Baltimore’s original gay cabaret brings you a tech-fabulous winter lineup, including hip-hop spoken word by LOVE the poet and Queen Earth.

LUSH 3rd Thursday’s

  • St. Patrick’s Day Bash
  • Mist
  • March 17, 2011

LUSH has quickly become the baddest LGBTQ night in town! Live Go-Go dancing, drink specials and free shots all night, sexy bartenders, premiere DJ’s, and the hottest partygoers in Baltimore in an amazing venue with state-of-the-art sound and lighting. Presented by S.H.E. Productions and Firefly Entertainment.

More info: Baltimore.org

 

Picture 1 You knew Baltimore was queer but did you know it was gay, too?

Lots of terrific LGBT-popular events going on. Here's a round up of a few current and upcoming performances, shows and more.

The Narcissism of Minor Differences

This exhibition showcases 17 acclaimed artists, including Patricia Cronin who uses traditional historic art forms to address contemporary issues of sexuality, gender and class. She created Memorial to a Marriage (pictured) to address the issue of same-sex couples' inability to legally wed throughout the United States.

iQueer: there’s NOT an app for that

  • Presented by Charm City Kitty Club
  • Creative Alliance
  • January 29, 2011
  • 7pm; Kitty Cocktails, 8pm Show

Baltimore’s original gay cabaret brings you a tech-fabulous winter lineup, including hip-hop spoken word by LOVE the poet and Queen Earth.

LUSH 3rd Thursday’s

  • St. Patrick’s Day Bash
  • Mist
  • March 17, 2011

LUSH has quickly become the baddest LGBTQ night in town! Live Go-Go dancing, drink specials and free shots all night, sexy bartenders, premiere DJ’s, and the hottest partygoers in Baltimore in an amazing venue with state-of-the-art sound and lighting. Presented by S.H.E. Productions and Firefly Entertainment.

More info: Baltimore.org

 

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