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BJA “Kind Of Blue” Gala Fundraiser – A Great Time Had By All

It was a fine autumn night October 14, 2023, when the Baltimore Jazz Alliance held its first fundraiser gala in many years. Taking place in the elegant high-ceilinged event space of the Redwood Exchange Building downtown, the “Kind of Blue” gala was attended by some 90 to 100 festively clad guests (many wearing blue), including BJA members (musicians and others) and sponsors. | Read more>> Read More
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Legacies and Archives: Preserving the Left Bank Jazz Society at UMBC

A new collection of historical documents from the Left Bank Jazz Society of Baltimore currently resides in the library at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). The collection sheds light on how Jazz defied the odds to become a crucial part of American heritage and artistic innovation. | 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