Sometimes people in the GLBT community walk into a bar and immediately feel unwelcome. It is not always easy to find a gay bar where you can get comfortable and feel at home. Here is a list of gay bars that specialize in doing just that. Whether you are looking for a dance club, drink specials, conversation or a big screen television to watch sports — it is all available in the Baltimore area. Club Hippo 1 W.
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Baltimore is a diverse and colorful city with a rich history and a progressive future. Known for its beautiful harbor, its distinct and quirky neighborhoods, and its art, culture, and innovation, the Charm City would be a wonderful place for anyone in the LGBTQ community to call home. Originally named for Lord Baltimore, a member of the Irish House of Lords, Baltimore was first settled in the early 17 th century. The harbor, which is surrounded today by shops, restaurants, and other attractions once made Baltimore a hub for tobacco trade with England. It later became a granary for sugar-producing Caribbean colonies, and eventually a working-class port town with a number of booming industries. Baltimore continued to grow into the thriving, modern-day city that it now is — progressive, innovative, and looking toward the future, while still valuing and preserving the rich history of its past.
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Joseph Costa's "memory will live on as an example to us all," the Mercy Medical Center said in a statement. He was Joseph Costa died on Saturday morning following complications from the contagious respiratory virus, his hospital, the Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland, shared on Facebook over the weekend.
The work is a sign that Landmark Partners, which bought the club last year from founder Don Davis, is getting ready to begin work on an eight-story building that will incorporate the front portions of Grand Central at and N. Charles Street, with new construction behind. From until this March, Grand Central was one of the largest gay-friendly clubs in Baltimore. It was closed in March when the state shut down businesses to prevent the spread of COVID, then reopened over the summer to sell packaged goods and cocktails-to-go. Gary Grant, one of the men removing items from the building, said it was the 27th bar, restaurant or nightclub that he has cleaned out between Harrisburg, Pa.