R&R Taqueria plans to open a new location in downtown Baltimore.
The quasi-public nonprofit Baltimore Development Corporation is soliciting development ideas for four historic buildings in a neglected stretch downtown.
Baltimore is a city well known for its quirkiness. Even so, finding a random pile of cubed ham on a morning commute would still give most of us pause. On Friday morning, Michael Evitts, vice president of marketing at Downtown Partnership of Baltimore was walking to work when he passed such a pile. He stopped to snap a photo of the ham, and shared it on the organization’s twitter feed with the caption, “You see a lot of things just walking around. Today, apropos of nothing, we found a pile of ham.”
Baltimore’s most historic Catholic church nearly lost some of its signage early this morning to two accused thieves, one by the name of Pope.
Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week will take place July 28 – August 6, 2017! Baltimore is a delicious city. Try somewhere new, grab lunch instead of eating at your desk, have a date night (or three).
Port Discovery Children’s Museum offers Discount Day for Baltimore County Public Library Members – June 25
On Sunday, June 25, Baltimore County Public Library cardholders who present their library cards at Port Discovery Children’s Museum and purchase one regular admission ticket will receive one admission ticket for half-off the normal admission cost as part of Port Discovery’s Baltimore County Public Library Discount Day!
Urban Landscape: Alex. Brown & Sons Building on the Leasing Market; Pre-leasing Center Opens for 414 Light Street; Broadway Market Building Draws One Bid
The Alex. Brown and Sons building, one of the few structures in downtown Baltimore that survived the 1904 fire, is available for a new use.
Families are invited to tap into their inner zany genius in the new KLUTZ® Amazingly Immature Exhibit at Port Discovery Children’s Museum now through September 4.