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Remington is celebrating its 100-year history with ‘RemFest’ in May

Flyer via Remfest.org.

The Greater Remington Improvement Association is throwing a festival this spring to celebrate the North Baltimore neighborhood’s 100-year history and recent resurgence.

Goodbye Long John’s Pub, Hello 29th Street Tavern

Image via Swallow at the Hollow’s Facebook page.

Following a renovation, the Remington dive bar Long John’s Pub will reopen as 29th Street Tavern next week, owner Aaron Reinhart tells Baltimore Magazine’s Jess Mayhugh.

Woman Carjacked at Gunpoint in Remington Sunday Morning


A group of thieves stole a woman’s car at gunpoint in broad daylight in Remington yesterday morning, Johns Hopkins security officials say.

Mervo Culinary Students Launch Their Own Pop-Up Burger Joint, ‘Noisy Burger,’ at Remington’s R. House

Students hard at work on opening night for Noisy Burger.

Through next Tuesday, a group of industrious culinary students from Baltimore’s Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School will be running their own burger joint in Remington. It’s called Noisy Burger, and the food is delicious.

Urban Landscape: Deciding the Fate of Camden Station; Trader Joe’s Moves Within Towson; Monument City Brewing Opens in Highlandtown, Robert Kanigel on Jane Jacobs


Should partly vacant Camden Station be rented out as office space, or should the state hold out for a one-of-a-kind use that could draw people to Oriole Park at Camden Yards? What would that use be? What role should the Baltimore Orioles play in making the decision?

New Plant and Gift Shop, B. Willow, Opens in Remington


The number of new businesses popping up in Remington this year is growing day by day. Now, add artisanal plant shop B. Willow to the list.

Blacksauce Kitchen Now Open Thursdays in Remington

Blacksauce Kitchen’s New Storefront in Remington. Photo by Local Color Flowers

Ask a group of Baltimoreans who has the best crabs in the city and there’ll likely be some disagreement, but ask about Biscuits, and there is no such room for debate. You’ll be directed under the highway to the downtown farmer’s market, and the Blacksauce Kitchen biscuit stand.

Top Stories: Grand Central Owner Considers Selling, Bench Design Picked for Port Covington, Body Found in Harbor


Ed Gunts’ popular Urban Landscape column this week disclosed that the owner of the gay-friendly Mt. Vernon bar Grand Central is exploring whether to put his 15,000-square-foot establishment up for sale. Given the timing of the news just one year after the Hippo nightclub closed down when its owner retired, as well as Grand central’s popularity and prime location, Ed’s reporting generated significant interest.

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