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Waterfront Partnership Expands to Fells Point with Safety Patrols, ‘Beautification,’ Marketing

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Photo by Eli Pousson/Baltimore Heritage, via Flickr.

The Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore will now be a regular presence in Fells Point, with staff working to beautify, market and patrol the neighborhood under an agreement reached with local businesses.

Baltimore Tattoo Museum Employee, Local Musician Shot and Killed Monday Night

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James Forrester, a piercer at Fells Point’s Baltimore Tattoo Museum and longtime bassist, was fatally shot near his workplace last night, according to city police.

R. House, RoFo Arena Among Lyft’s Most Visited Local Spots in 2017

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R. House, Lyft’s most frequented local restaurant destination in 2017. Photo via Johns Hopkins University.

In a developing tradition, Lyft has highlighted its Baltimore riders’ most frequented destinations from the last year. Some of them should come as no surprise.

Fells Point Bars Closing Early Ahead of Predicted Halloween Mayhem

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Photo via Wikimedia Commons

A number of Fells Point bars and retailers are turning in early for Halloween, with owners foreseeing some of the same chaos that’s tarnished the neighborhood’s Oct. 31 festivities in recent years.

Hot Plate: Pig Roast at Wit & Wisdom, Tomato Fight at La Cuchara, Holy Frijoles Reopens

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Wit & Wisdom will host a pig roast on its outdoor patio this weekend.

The end of summer is always a wistful time, but with everyone heading back to school and a little chill in the air, it’s also a time of excitement and new beginnings – and great food.

The Rack: Meats, Cocktails and Gloriousness in Fells Point

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Tired of all these summer salads and white wines? Ready for some heartier indulgences? Look no further than Fells Point this week.

Top Stories: A Surprising Surprise Party, Sinking Boats in Fells Point, Dan Bell Profiled in The New York Times

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Marion Winik’s tale of a well-planned, but nearly disastrous surprise party for her son was Baltimore Fishbowl’s most beloved read this week. In her August installment, titled “Surprise Party Surprise,” Marion effortlessly describes the complications that arose from trying to corral 25 or so of her son Vince’s best friends, hauling them up to Brooklyn, picking the perfect food, refreshments and desserts and, perhaps most importantly, finding the ideal spot for a party.

As it turns out, the perfect-sounding Airbnb that his girlfriend rented was too good to be true. (The supposed host wasn’t even real.) Luckily, the team of her son’s loved ones and friends pulled it off at the last second, finding a bar and an empty studio apartment to celebrate his 27th year of life.

Here were the nine other most-read stories from the last seven days:

Multiple Boats Found Sinking in Fells Point Marina Thursday Morning

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Photo via Baltimore Police Department

Thanks to mysterious circumstances, two boats that were docked in a marina in Fells Point this morning are seaworthy no more.

Urban Landscape: The Sandlot Already Looking to Expand; Council Votes on the Overlook, Clayworks; Fells Point’s ‘Caulkers’ Houses’ Recognized; and More

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Photo via the Sandlot

Even though it just opened, Sandlot Baltimore is already looking to expand, upgrade and increase its staff.