After Sitting Out, Morgan State’s Tiwian Kendley Stepping Up In Big Way

Credit: Lawrence Johnson/Morgan State Athletics

By Scott Lowe

When a high-energy athlete who competes with tremendous passion gets what he loves most taken away, it’s no surprise if he comes back even more motivated.

Mayor Pugh, Council Vice Prez Middleton Re-Launching Baltimore City Women’s Commission


Baltimore’s mayor and council vice president are seeking 19 women to join a commission being reinstated to advance the female cause.

Alleged Peeping Tom in White Marsh Mall ‘Spy Cam’ Case Arrested, Now Free on Bail

Still via YouTube/Baltimore County Police

County police have identified the man who they say accidentally videotaped himself setting up a spy camera in a family bathroom in White Marsh.

Women’s March to be Held Saturday in Baltimore

Photo by Xandra Ellin, via Jmore

By Simone Ellin

Until the 2016 presidential campaign season, Owings Mills resident Jill Hornstein wasn’t the least bit interested in current affairs. “I hated history and politics,” says Hornstein, a mother and physical therapist who attends Beth Israel Congregation.

Both of Baltimore’s Amazon HQ2 Bids Eliminated from Contention

An Amazon Go retail location in Seattle. Photo by SounderBruce, via Wikimedia Commons.

For better or worse, Baltimore won’t be home to Amazon’s second North American headquarters.

‘Food Deserts’ Get New Name, But Still Prevalent in Baltimore

A map of “healthy food priority areas,” formerly called food deserts, from the city’s 2018
Food Environment Report. About 23.5 percent of Baltimore residents live in such areas, the report says.

Baltimore food policy officials have renamed what’s pretty much a household term now to describe a place where families lack nearby healthy food options and live in dire poverty, though the issue still remains a major problem in the city, according to a new report.

Winning McDonogh Girls’ Lacrosse Coach Chris Robinson Leaves Program

Chris Robinson

McDonogh School announced last night the sudden departure of Chris Robinson, the girls’ lacrosse coach responsible for a 177-game winning streak and nine championship titles.

Local Illustrators Offer Low-Cost Art School Alternative in North Baltimore

Baltimore Academy of Illustration instructor Greg Houston shows off the school’s new student portfolio website. Photo by Ethan McLeod.

In a nondescript two-story building in North Baltimore’s Homeland neighborhood, two professional illustrators are busily building – literally, cutting pieces of a door frame and drywall – for a new classroom. When they’ve finished construction, their long space will be divided into classrooms A and B.