Events in Baltimore this weekend: Dec. 3-6

December 3, 2015

Thursday

Last Tango in Paris The Charles Theatre, 9 p.m. Last Tango in Paris has had several show times over the last several days as part of the Charles Revival Series. This is the last night that the film will be available. The 1972 film was directed by Bernardo Bertolucci and stars Maria Schneider and Marlon Brando. The sexually charged film is rated X and has been the subject of much debate.

Friday

Alloverstreet Turns 2 Area surrounding East Oliver Street in Station North, 5 p.m. to midnight This month’s installment of Alloverstreet marks its second anniversary! Alloverstreet is a monthly event made up of simultaneous show openings and other art-related events in the area surrounding E. Oliver Street in Station North. This month, there will also be a free party at Station North Arts Cafe & Gallery.

Saturday and Sunday

Dollar or Less Days Various locations, various times Dollar or Less Days is run by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. It encourages Baltimore attractions to charge $1 or less for admission. There are over 15 museums and other attractions participating, including the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center and the Maryland Historical Society.

Sunday

Shop ‘Til You’re Drunk Various locations, 4 p.m. Shop ‘Til You’re Drunk is a brand new event presented by the Baltimore Whiskey Company. It is intended to make holiday shopping a bit more bearable for those who are of age. Shopping at the participating Hampden vendors will earn you drink specials at participating Hampden bars.

Al Rogers and Drew Scott with guests The Crown, 9 p.m. WJHU, Hopkins’s radio station, is presenting a show at the Crown in Station North this Sunday evening. It will feature Baltimore artists, including two current students.

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