‘Homeless Jesus’ sculpture installed outside St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore

The ‘Homeless Jesus’ sculpture installed outside St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore. Photo by Ed Gunts.

He’s turned up in Washington, Chicago, Detroit, Toronto, Dublin, Rome, Rio de Janeiro, Sydney–more than 60 cities in all.

Now he’s found a spot in Baltimore as well.

Another rat video closes a public market, this time Northeast Market

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Days after a video of a rat crawling around in a bakery case closed Lexington Market, another video surfaced yesterday showing two rats crawling in the aisles of Northeast Market in C.A.R.E.

Like Lexington Market, managers at Northeast decided to close today to address the rodent problem.

Sports media startup ‘The Athletic’ launches a Baltimore site

The Athletic Baltimore’s Twitter cover image.

The Athletic, a sports media startup that has lured away prominent beat reporters and national writers to its online news platform, launched a Baltimore-specific page this morning.

Baltimore Museum of Industry wants you to pick the new paint color for its historic crane

Photo via Baltimore Museum of Industry

At 76 years old, the Baltimore Museum of Industry’s 100-foot-tall crane has received some much needed TLC, namely the clearing out of more than 350 pounds of pigeon droppings from its cab up top.

Five Tips for Transforming Your Outdoor Space This Summer From Nouveau Home Interior Design

Outdoor Space with Nouveau Home and Interior Design
Photo: Brittney-Elizabeth Williams; Home Photography Group


– By Steve Appel, co-owner, Nouveau Home and Interior Design

It’s summer and the living is easy…and outdoors. Now that we’re spending so much time on the patio, deck, or terrace, it’s time to transform outdoor spaces into rooms for entertaining and relaxing.

After solving design dilemmas though our Happy Hour Design Consultations, we’ve come up with tips to help you make the most of your outdoor living spaces. Try a few on your own, or give us a call for advice.

Event Pick: Local writer John Lingan discusses his book on a Virginia town, ‘Homeplace’

Photo by Pat Jarrett

John Lingan has written about everything from Baltimore photographer Devin Allen to baseball in the Trump era to the legendary status of Smokey Robinson. For his first book, “Homplace: A Southern Town, a Country Legend, and the Last Days of a Mountaintop Honky-Tonk,” he heads to Winchester, Virginia, to find country music DJ Jim McCoy, the first person to give airtime to the singer Patsy Cline. McCoy also started the titular honky-tonk on his family’s land in the Blue Ridge Mountains.