The Plank family has taken over a hefty slice of Canton’s waterfront.
When Pikesville native Jayne Havens returned to the Baltimore area, after living in Washington, D.C. for a number of years, she was hoping to expand her social circle. A young mother of two children, Sid, 4, and Ivy, eight weeks old, she wanted to connect with other young Jewish families in and around Lutherville.
The beleaguered ghost of Edgar Allen Poe can rest a little more easily — or at least grab a drink — as the Annabel Lee Tavern is officially back.
Local cycling advocacy group Bikemore says it’s reached a settlement with the city that will keep the Potomac Street bike lane intact.
The nearly finished Potomac Street bike lane in Canton shall remain for the time being, a judge decided early Friday evening.
A great deal of careful planning has gone into equipping Baltimore City with a network of safe lanes for cyclists. Now, officials are reportedly having second thoughts.
“Despite our best efforts, it is with a heavy heart to let you know that we will be closing our doors for the last time on Sunday, May 28th,” owner Kurt Bragunier wrote in a message on Facebook. “Thank you for your patronage over the past decade. Make sure to come in this weekend for one last hoorah!”
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