Pictured (LtoR) Niki Colletti, Baltimore-based occupational therapist; Wren Taube, Joe Squared server; and Josephine Herbst, Blacksage singer
Pictured (LtoR) Jeff Freeman, Baltimore electrician; Shay Barnett, Paulie Gee’s server; and Stacie Henderson, Baltimore-based marketing director
Pictured (LtoR) Tommy Barse, Cutlass Velo owner; Leann Boyle, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts budget analyst; and William Holloway, Baltimore-based artist
Pictured (LtoR) Sarah Chin, Baltimore-based landscape designer; Camille Haywood, US Health & Human Services IT specialist; and Brittany Honn, Joe Squared server
Pictured (LtoR) Janea Kelly, Baltimore-based writer; Joseph Weeks, Pellars synthesizer player; Dulcey Rene, Maxine bass player; and Marybeth Mareski, Maxine guitar player
Pictured (LtoR) James Moore, Baltimore-based maker/artist; Nick Hope, Pellars singer; and Erin Byerly, Baltimore-based herbalist
Several artists performed for the gathering, including Blacksage, Maxine, Joseph and the Beasts and Deafscene.
Joe Squared hosted its Benefit for Orlando in its Station North location.
The Benefit for Orlando took place downstairs at Joe Squared.
Coming Together for a Cause (July 6, 2016) A number of folks gathered at Joe Squared to listen to several local performers for its Benefit for Orlando. In addition to the cover price, a portion of the dining and bar proceeds benefited to thecenterorlando.org, which offers aid and support to victims and families affected by the June 12th mass shooting.