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Jazzway 6004: A Great Gathering. Will There Be More?

It was two days before Christmas. The music, a transformation of ordinary holiday songs, was superb. The audience was elegant, warm, and engaged. The food was delicious and plentiful. It was the first post-pandemic concert at Jazzway 6004—a unique jazz venue in a remarkable private home on a hillside in a secluded, leafy neighborhood on the fringes of the city. | Read more>> Read More
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New Jam Session at Keystone Korner

Besides the new concert series at Morgan State, as reported on this website in an article by Steve Everette, another of Barkan’s new undertakings is a jam session on Tuesday nights. Or perhaps it might be called a revived undertaking; the club once held a pre-COVID jam session featuring the Baltimore Jazz Collective, led by trumpeter Sean Jones. | Read more>> Read More
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Keystone Korner, a Pillar of the Baltimore Jazz Community

In Baltimore City, Keystone Korner is operated by NEA Master Todd Barken, chef Robert Wiedmaier and their dedicated team. The venue provides an atmosphere that satisfies night lifer’s searching for fine quality of food and entertainment. Mr. Barken is dedicated to promoting jazz in Baltimore by spotlighting internationally known entertainers as well as the scores of local talents.  | Read more>> Read More
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The Hemingway Room at Little Havana: A Jazzy Inner Harbor Secret

Don’t judge a book by its cover. That sage advice applies to Little Havana, a transformed warehouse at 1325 Key Highway that began in 1997 as a Cuban-themed restaurant and has evolved into a Federal Hill landmark. It’s a near neighbor to the Baltimore Museum of Industry and features an outdoor dining option that looks out over the Inner Harbor. | Read more>> Read More