Events in Baltimore this weekend: Nov. 10-13

November 10, 2016

Thursday

Amplified Cactus iii: can I thrive in a pathological environment, 

Spirits of Mt. Vernon, 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. 

Visual art, music and literary art combined to answer the title question of the event. It is part iii of a vi part series. RSVP at amplifiedcactus.com.

Friday

Last House Standing: A Play About the Highway to Nowhere,

Arena Players, Inc.,  8 p.m.

This play centers around a family who lives on the west side of Baltimore in 1968, when a failed transportation project forces residents out. $13 in advance for students, $18 at door.

Emo Night Bawltimore,

Ottobar, 9 p.m. – 2 a.m.

The Ottobar has more secrets than you’ll ever know... including a few guests coming to hang out and play their favorite songs from all your favorite emo bands. Text your friend Maria and tell her to count you in. $11 in advance. $2 surcharge at the door if you are under 21.

Saturday

No Shame November // Mental Health,

Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Come join the conversation surrounding mental health in our communities. This event is meant to help put an end to the shaming of such topics by openly discussing them in a safe space. Everyone is encouraged to attend and speak openly. Free.

Benefit for Standing Rock, 

Fifth Dimension, 6 p.m. 12 a.m.

The Fifth Dimension has put together a huge benefit show with many performers and speakers to help fund the purchase of expensive cold-weather equipment needed for the Water Protectors at Standing Rock. $20 ideal donation, $5 - $10 donation at door. All proceeds will be donated to anti-pipeline demonstrators and water protectors through Gray’s Manor Farm.

Sunday

The Royal Tenenbaums: A Live Reading, Space 2640,  6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Join the JHU Film Society for a live reading of Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson’s screenplay featuring an all-star cast of Baltimore artists. $5 cash only at door. No advance ticket sales, seating is limited and first-come, first-serve.

 

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