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Revive comatose funny bones with an evening of top-tier guffaw-hawking hosted by legendary laugh dispensary Improv Comedy Club. Select from a quartet of shows for well-seasoned stand-up from two MADtv alumni. With impeccable impressions and years of inducing diaphragm spasms, Aries Spears brings his finest comedic chops to the Improv stage. Veteran performer Bryan Callen has made appearances in Entourage, King of Queens, Old School, and countless centerfolds of Poor Richard’s Almanack. Stomachs, born with an inability to perceive punch lines, may be distracted by delicious appetizers, sandwiches, and entrees from Improv Comedy Club's extensive menu.
Kim Yates's passion for the macabre spawned from a 1973 ride through the Haunted Mansion at Disney World, after which the child collected props and crafted monsters for her parents' front porch. Over the next several decades, Kim channeled her energy into drumming for a Baltimore metal band and building a sprawling Halloween attraction in her front yard and then watching it blossom into a full-scale haunted house in 1994. Despite various relocations, her indoor haunt has been growing ever since.
Featured in the Baltimore Sun, Kim?s Krypt sets Charm City teeth chattering with 25- to 30-minute adventures teeming with unexpected spooks and surprises in a show that adds new scenes annually. A terror-ridden tradition for more than 21 years, the indoor haunt invites brave patrons to test their nerve against killer clowns soliciting screams, zombies seeking fresh flesh, and blood-spattered apparitions recklessly searching for change for a $20 bill. Staffers fortify patrons for their harrowing journey with a range of concession fare as they converse at the covered waiting area after receiving their first shock of the night in the form of free parking. A force of uniformed and plainclothes police officers patrol the building to ensure visitors scare in safety.
Named Best Comedy Club by the Baltimore City Paper and blueprinted as a comedy club from day one, Magooby's newly built stadium of standup attracts a high-profile flock of TV-tested jokesters to its 240-foot stage and state-of-the-art sound system. The fully stocked bar lines up a joke-themed stable of specialty drinks, such as the Blind Pirate, with bourbon and coconut rum, or the Bearded Ballerina, with bourbon and Bacardi limon. The menu fuels laughing fits and juggling one-upmanship with burgers, chicken tenders, and a caesar salad.
The Cecil County Food and Wine Festival, an all-day outdoor event, sates the senses of attendees with live entertainment and wine tastings from local grape whisperers. Charismatic opening act Dean Crawford and the Dunn's River Band entrances the crowd at 2 p.m. with original country compositions and complimentary SkyMall magazines. Headliner George Jones—a country legend known for co-penning a slew of hits such as "Tender Years" and "He Stopped Loving Her Today"—takes the stage at 4 p.m. to churn out songs from his extensive catalog. Amid the twang-tinged euphony, two featured Cecil County wineries, Dove Valley and Terrapin Station, offer up samples of their grape libations alongside other Maryland vineyards. Like a graduation party for one of the California raisins, this deal gifts all guests with a commemorative 9.9-ounce wine glass for indulging in aperitifs.
After taking down Villanova and Morgan State, the Towson University Tigers plan to continue their winning ways against NCAA FCS foes with team coordination honed by coach Rob Ambrose. The four remaining home games promise a thrilling Homecoming on September 24, when the Tigers hope to roar past Colgate's Raiders and claw their way to a collective nomination for homecoming queen. Throughout the season, look for sophomore quarterback Grant Enders—who recently was named CAA Offensive Player of the Week—or speedy running back Sterlin Phifer to celebrate touchdowns in the end zone against the Richmond Spiders and Delaware Blue Hens. Co-captain and defensive back Jordan Dangerfield will try to improve his status as the nation's 24th-ranked sacker by blasting through New Hampshire's offensive line using archaic tactics the Visigoths once used to sack Rome.