Speed dating in baltimore maryland

30-Nov-2020 02:14

We know that everyone finds it important to meet and spend time with people who love the same things they love.

Being from Baltimore means that you know the wonder of blue crabs, have experienced the greatness of marble steps on just about everything, and know what it means to watch baseball with fans who really know what they’re doing.

Annapolis is the world’s sailing capital, too, and Assateague Island, in the bay, is famous for Chincoteague ponies, made famous by Merguerite Henry’s book “Misty of Chincoteague”.

I was pointing out the ratio at Hopkins to give the OP a local option where he will find a large number of young, educated, single women.

The policy, epidemiology branches were more 50-50 male-female. I also do freelance creative work on the side, to make ends meet.

I'm not a real big fan of gettin' boozy at the neighborhood watering hole, which appears to be a favorite pastime of Baltimoreans. I like going to bars, but I'm not interested in meeting a potential partner at one. It's hard to find people to meet to have actual intelligent conversations with outside of Hopkins... I would love if there was a Baltimore Board Room, like the one in DC.

I thought I could at least meet up with some of the younger guys I work with there.

But no one I work with wants to battle traffic after 5 or they want to go to the same old places in Howard County. I have a degree in Molecular Epidemiology from the University of Michigan; the entire school was a 60-40 female-male ratio. I've noticed that these events are mostly populated by women, even the events that are more physical, like planting trees with Bluewater Baltimore. I know Hopkins does a lot of events to foster social interaction across the professional schools, and I'm sure other schools have similar programs.