Indigma Begins New Chapter in Mt. Vernon Next Month — Baltimore magazine
Next stop in this whole prolonged police commissioner appointment process: Fort Worth, Texas.
By Todd Karpovich
Mike Elias wore a bright orange tie to his introductory news conference as the new general manager of the Baltimore Orioles.
That color could represent his past success with the Houston Astros and future optimism in Baltimore.
With a mural up on the walls and a NBA Jam arcade cabinet procured, Full Tilt Brewing is just about ready to launch its new brewery at 5604 York Road.
One of the brewery’s co-founders, Nick Fertig, said they are hoping to open the doors on Dec. 14.
“I’ll be happy if it’s just before the end of the year,” he said.
Days after incident at Hippodrome, actors to perform pop-up play tonight speaking out against anti-Semitism
As sorry as he says he is for yelling “Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!” last Wednesday during a performance of “Fiddler on the Roof,” Anthony Derlunas’ drunken shouting angered many around town, and put some of the Hippodrome’s theater-goers on edge for fear of another anti-Semitic outburst (or worse).
Today, a group of Baltimore actors announced they’ve banded together in solidarity against hate, forming the Guerrilla Theatre Front to put on theatrical performances “with no bounds” and without “the traditional footholds of theater spaces and companies”—which is to say, in impromptu pop-up fashion, and in unconventional places.