Event Calenders: Holiday Season and Lots of Party

This Friday and Saturday evening The Living Room Company presents a special concert-version of playwright Geoffrey Himes’ “A Baltimore Christmas Carol” at the Creative Alliance.

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Also on the bill is “Tiny Tim’s Lost Week,” in which actor/director Michael Patrick Smith imagines the adventures of a grown-up Tiny Tim as he goes on a good old fashioned holiday bender in various bars Baltimore, singing all the way. Shows are at 8:00pm at the Patterson Theater at 3134 Eastern Avenue.

Sunday afternoon from 1:00 to 5:00 pm the BMA hosts African Spirit: The Kwanzaa Family Day, a celebration of family, community and culture featuring traditional African storytelling and folk-tales and hands-on art workshops. The museum will also offer tours of works by African American artists in the BMA’s collection, and a performance by North African belly dancers, Moor Hips.

Also on Sunday The Ottobar presents its annual Winter Flea Market. Starting at 3:00pm, you can browse the selection of cool clothing, books, jewelry, CDs and DVDs, and everything else you might expect to find at a rock-n-roll yard sale.

In the evening you can see a fashion show and enjoy the musical stylings of Temp Sound Solutions, Yukon, The New Flesh, and New Brutalism. The Ottobar is located at 2549 North Howard Street, and you can find them on-line

eventsAnd if you’re looking for something that really celebrates the spirit of Christmas in Baltimore, take a drive over to 34th Street in Hampden, and marvel at the city’s most spectacular display of holiday cheer.

The entire block between Keswick and Chestnut is festooned with a dazzling array of shining lights, colorful decorations, sparkling tinsel and toy trains. An annual pilgrimage to this neighborly, collaborative effort has become a holiday tradition for many Baltimoreans, native or not.

For a special treat, stop by on New Year’s Eve and witness a visit from the Baby New Year himself as the clock strike midnight.

This evening, Maryland Art Place is opening its doors for a pre-holiday bash they’re calling Unkonventional Kitch. The party starts at 7 o’clock, and you’re invited to bring along your kitschiest holiday ornaments to decorate the gallery’s tree.

There will be plenty of refreshments, and live music by 70’s cruise singerJim Forero. Maryland Art Place is in downtown Baltimore’s Power Plant Live building at 8 Market Place, and more information is on the web.

Tomorrow afternoon, Clayton and Company Fine Books is hosting a 2 p.m. poetry reading featuring local poets Piotr Gwiazda, author of Gagarin Street, and Rosemary Klein, executive director of the Maryland Literary and Poetry Society.

The reading will also feature Signal contributor Reginald Harris, whose poetry you might have had the pleasure of hearing on last week’s episode of our program. Clayton and Company Fine Books is at 317 North Charles Street, and more information is at 410-752-6800.

If you’re a fan of “The Boss,” you might want to stop by An Die Musik tomorrow afternoon. That’s where author Geoffrey Himes will be reading form his new book about Bruce Springsteen, Born in the USA. Himes will be joined by musician Bob Kannenberg, who’ll be playing ‘unplugged’ versions of Springsteen classics. That’s happening at 2 p.m. tomorrow at An Die Musik — 411 North Charles Street.

And late-night Saturday, historic preservationists and indie rockers will join unlikely forces to support the long-standing Baltimore custom of arabbing, the city’s unique tradition of vending produce from horse-drawn carts.

The Arabbers Preservation Society presents a benefit show at the Charles Theatre featuring the local bands Celebration and Low Moda. The show starts at midnight, and the Charles Theatre is at 1711 North Charles Street.

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Infographics about Radio and it’s relationship with Cars

Hey guys! It’s Patrick here… Oh when I was surfing around internet I’ve found some interesting infographic about radios and their relationship with cars!

As you can see in the infographic; they go together hand in hand. When one of them evolves it automatically rise up the other ones. Just look at the image below, how amazing it is! Even their designs and some functionalities changes by time the main purpose is still same: just having fun while driving, that’s it.

Enjoy the infographic below and let me about what are you thinking about evolution of radio!! And here’s some more information about history of radio for who is interested in: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_radio

 

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Welcome To Abc Radio!

Hi to all!

Thank you for visiting my new blog. This website was a radio station site before but I wanted to change it by re-branding with my personal experiences about life as being a radio presenter.

Upcoming days I will share more and more stuff about things that I want to share with you guys, stay tune!

Btw if you’re interested to being a radio presenter here’s an awesome video to watch while you’re waiting my future posts.

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