The trustees of Baltimore Clayworks have turned down a purchase offer from a businessman who wants to help the art organization retain at least one of its two buildings in Mount Washington.
A vacant church in Mount Washington may be reborn as the corporate headquarters for Blue Ocean Realty under plans approved yesterday by Baltimore’s Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation.
On Saturday, May 6, as Always Dreaming galloped over the finish line at Churchill Downs, becoming the 143rd winner of the Kentucky Derby, revelers all over the country raised their glasses to toast the three-year old colt from Kentucky.
Baltimoreans can seek out some added peace and harmony this week from real Tibetan monks during a series of planned meditations, cultural events and ceremonies.
Sarah McCann, executive director of Baltimore Clayworks since late 2013, has left her job.
Strapped for cash and facing a sizable amount of debt, Baltimore’s only community nonprofit devoted to the ceramic arts is looking to sell one or both of its historic properties and potentially leave its Mount Washington campus behind.