Trying to ride the wave of last year's overwhelming success, Atomic Books is hosting Vinylmore 2: Tiny Town, where artists customize blank, vinyl toys (between 2.5" and 4" tall). The toy show opens tonight at 8 p.m. and runs until April 30, with about 60 artists participating. Atomic Books, 3620 Falls Road, 410-662-4444.
Photographer Amy Lamb will be showing her large scale floral photographs through June 28 at the Steven Scott Gallery in Fells Point. Lamb's detailed, yet whimsical photographs remind us of a modern-day Georgia O'Keefe. A reception in honor of her solo exhibition is being held at the gallery tonight from 6-8 p.m. Steven Scott Gallery, 808 S. Ann Street, 410-902-9300.
The Women's Law Center is sponsoring the Wine & Chocolate benefit at One Wellness Spa in Hampden. While enjoying sweet treats from Mary Sue Candies, Ma Petite Shoe, and Forbidden Fruits & Sweets, you can also bid on a silent auction and listen to special guest speaker Ms. Maybelle, a radio personality and domestic violence survivor. One Wellness Spa, 911 West 36th Street, 410-243-2040.
Come out and support a local arts institution. Apart of their "recession buster" series, The Senator Theatre is showing the Bob Fosse classic Cabaret starring Liza Minnelli and Michael York. Admission is only $5 and the movie will be shown Friday through Sunday. Show times are on the website. The Senator Theatre, 5904 York Road, 410-435-8338.
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