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“Note”-wor­thy pit stops at a mu­seum, a record store and an out­door pav­il­ion


Week­end brunch­ers at Gertrude’s in the Bal­ti­more Mu­seum of Art dig into fa­mous crab cakes and bop along to a lively jazz band. In Fells Point, vinyl hun­ters find rare new re­leases at The Sound Gar­den (above) and groove to oc­ca­sional in-store per­for­mances by na­tional and lo­cal bands.


Home­town rocker Frank Zappa lives on in bronze (above) at the Southeast Branch of Enoch Pratt Free Li­brary in High­land­town, where it gazes out across Frank Zappa Way. Joe Squared (Sta­tion North/In­ner Har­bor) draws artists and stu­dents who crave live tunes along with their un­con­ven­tional piz­zas.


Big-name acts and smaller groups alike have played the stage at Pier Six Pav­il­ion (above), a popular out­door venue with views of the In­ner Har­bor and a lawn for re­lax­ing. At The Get Down in Har­bor East, adult mu­sic fans of all ages let down their hair and dance to dee­jays till 2 a.m.

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