For years, the building at Ponca St. On Friday a new group opened Night Shift 2. A reopening date for the Eagle has not been disclosed.
Blade photo by Ed Gunts. Davis has been in poor health and said he plans to move from Baltimore later this month and retire in Texas. Although he has talked before about selling his property, this is the first time he has spelled out a timetable for the transition.
The 10 Best Nightclubs in Baltimore Photo:. For locals and travelers alike, Baltimore offers an eclectic range of nightclubbing options. From warehouse dance parties to fancy club lounges, there's something for everyone.
The best gay bars and nightclubs in Baltimore, house, and the like. The club has an and-over policy, Baltimore Gay and Lesbian Visitors' Guide.
Charles St. For now, however, the front door is locked, and canvas blinds are drawn over all the windows and inside door. And while no sign is posted anywhere, two hanging baskets with dried, dead plants remain strung up outside the windows.
By Jess Mayhugh April 8,pm. Known around town as a leather bar, the new iteration aims to be more inclusive to the community at large. When we were coming up with the date to reopen, I was like we have to do it on Easter. We are bringing a bar back that people deemed dead.
When I tell you that I have lived throughout the first decade of my life in the Black gay social scene, I mean that I have liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiived. One day, I will share some of my fun, bloopers and living on the edge moments through this blog or other platforms. Most importantly, these nightclubs and bars are the indoor sanctuaries where we can physically express our desires and inhibitions over and with other men without social judgement or threats of physical violence or ostracizing.
For the past four years we have poured our hearts, souls, and resources into this project. It has been a labor of love for a community, city, and state that we have come to feel very strongly about. When we started this endeavor just about four years ago, we were practically in disbelief that we would have the honor of re-imagining how a leather bar and an LGBT bar might serve the community in this new era.