City Sand design competition returns for 2023 with the theme: ‘Reimagining Harborplace’
The City Sand contest will return June 24 in the open space between the Harborplace pavilions, and this year’s theme is “Reimagining Harborplace – The Future of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.”
Baltimore Weekend Events: John Mellencamp, Adore Delano, Charles Village Festival, and more.
From musical performances to Pride Month celebrations to street festivals and more, this weekend presents the perfect opportunity to get…
Lorrie Moore: I Am Homeless if This is Not My Home (with Emma Snyder) – June 26 at The Ivy Bookshop
The Ivy is honored to welcome Lorrie Moore for a celebration of her new novel, I Am Homeless If This is…
‘It keeps her alive’: 12th Annual Charm City Strongwoman Contest to raise money to house young adult cancer patients treated in Baltimore area
The Charm City Strongwoman Contest, which will be held June 11, was founded by Fivex3 Training gym owner Emily Socolinsky…
MICA and BMA plans Elizabeth Talford Scott community celebration
Elizabeth Talford Scott’s (1916-2011) quilts and wall hangings have been exhibited at many Baltimore venues, at Florida A&M University, New…
A writer’s life in Baltimore, where it’s never too late to be a work-in-progress.
Column by Marion Winik
On a Marble Stair
A Baltimore poet, essayist and educator chronicles adventures and experiences with the places, people, and pastimes they have called home.
Column by Jalynn Harris
Hot Plate: Osteria Pirata opens, Charles Street Promenade, Wines on the Waterfront, and more
From smash burgers to sour beers, Baltimore restaurants are kicking off summer with a lot of fun this week. Here’s…
Hot Plate: Wine Village wraps up, The Butcher & The ‘Wich opens, Brew at the Zoo, and more
The sun is shining over Baltimore as the region jumps into the unofficial start of summer. From new summer and…
Hot Plate: Preakness sips, Highlandtown Wine Festival, Feast of St. Anthony, and more
From Preakness cocktails to giant meatballs, the Baltimore food scene promises to be a lot of fun this week. Here’s…
Hot Plate: Mother’s Day dining, Hampden Yards opens, Allora is moving, and more
From West Asian cuisine to picnicking with cows, this week has a little bit of everything for Baltimore food lovers.…
Hot House: Roland Park cedar shake shingle cottage contains spacious sunrooms
This cedar shake shingle cottage in Roland Park features spacious sunrooms, pocket doors, hardwood floors, detailed millwork, and more.
MCB Real Estate and partners acquire large industrial property in Harford County
MCB Real Estate is part of a joint venture that has acquired the Tower Logistics Center, a large industrial building in Harford County.
‘That Day, I Couldn’t Protect Him,’ Mother Says at Sentencing of Son’s Killer
A Baltimore City Circuit Court judge handed down a 65-year prison sentence to a 19-year-old man on June 2 after a jury previously found the defendant guilty of brutally gunning down 43-year-old James…
Last Week, This Week: Stories You Need To Start Your Day (News From May 29-June 2)
Last week, we shared news about three Baltimore bars being named among the best in the country by Esquire magazine, the announcement of an interim CEO for BOPA, an interview…
Big Fish: Shanaysha Sauls and leading the Baltimore Community Foundation in new directions
Shanaysha Sauls, CEO of the Baltimore Community Foundation, discusses the foundation’s new strategic plan and how their philanthropic work is making a difference in Baltimore.
Big Fish: Sig Mejdal, the Baltimore Orioles’ number one numbers-cruncher, brings the franchise to the new frontier
Sig Mejdal, vice president and assistant general manager of analytics for the Baltimore Orioles, provides insight into the team’s evidence-based approach to baseball and some…
Big Fish: Leo Wise, the federal prosecutor who holds Baltimore officials to account
Leo Wise, an assistant U.S Attorney, discusses his new book about prosecuting members of the Baltimore Police Department’s corrupt Gun Trace Task Force.
Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Chesapeake Bay health gets C grade in University of Maryland report; Two drivers charged in I-695 crash that killed six workers; Baltimore denies majority of sewage backup damage claims; and more.
Latest Bay report card: Middling health but signs of progress — Maryland Matters Drivers facing charges in I-695 construction zone crash — WBAL “You’re getting pooped on” City denies majority of sewage backup damage claims — WMAR Erie Insurance unlawfully rejected Baltimore auto customers in minority neighborhoods, state agency finds — The Baltimore Sun Gov.…
Tuesday Morning Headlines: Embattled executive remains in charge of Md. 529 college savings plans; Hopkins baseball heads to championship; Md. getting a new area code; and more.
Embattled executive remains in charge of Maryland 529 despite treasurer’s office transfer – WBFF-TV Baltimore County Council revokes approval of Middle River quarry project = The Sun Racing Commission set to consider agreement to keep horse tracks operating – Maryland Matters Baltimore’s Fortune 500 companies: Constellation on the list; McCormick drops off – Baltimore Business…
Monday Morning Headlines: Sonic boom caused by F-16s chasing Cessna; Uptick in Pikesville car break-ins; Drought conditions are worsening; and more
Sonic boom in DC region caused by F-16 fighters chasing unresponsive Cessna that later crashed – USA Today Uptick in car break-ins in Pikesville reported by community watch group – WBAL-TV Mt. Vernon Marketplace to add four restaurants as longtime vendors exit – Baltimore Business Journal No rain in Md. this week means drought conditions…
Friday Afternoon Headlines: 19-year-old gets 65 years for killing of Baltimore police captain’s husband; Baltimore fire marshal is dismissed; Advocates propose reimagined Red Line as phased-in subway project; and more.
Judge sentences 19-year-old to 65 years in prison for fatal shooting of Baltimore Police captain’s husband — The Baltimore Sun “It came out of the blue.” Baltimore’s well-respected fire marshal is dismissed — Baltimore Brew Advocates reimagine Red Line as a phased-in subway project — Maryland Matters Parents fed up with lack of air conditioning…
The Countdown to Summer Fun has Begun
With less than 20 days to the start of the 2023 Camp Season, work is underway to prepare for an amazing Summer at Friends! Summer at Friends offers a variety of day camps for ages 4 to 13, ranging from traditional day camps to more specialized programs in sports, technology, and drama! Campers enjoy daily…
Blooming Success: Alana Brookfield’s Floral Journey in Baltimore
Meet Alana Brookfield, a Baltimore native and proud graduate of Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School (BT), who has turned her love for flowers into a thriving business. As the founder of Brookfield Blooms, Alana offers an array of services, including seasonal cut flower subscriptions, exquisite floral designs, and engaging workshops, all designed to bring the…
Friday Morning Headlines: State health department seeks approval for abortion pill stockpile; City schools without AC to close early; Teens urged to stop game using water guns that look like real weapons; and more.
State health department seeking approval from Board of Public Works for stockpile purchase of abortion pill – The Sun High temps mean city schools lacking AC will close early – WBAL-TV Teens urged to stop game using water guns that look like real weapons – WMAR-TV Designs unveiled for rec center in West Baltimore funded…
Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Baltimore State’s Attorney to resume enforcement of low-level offenses; Former UMBC swimmers allege university covered up sexual abuse and harrassment by coach; City seeks volunteers to monitor youth amid curfew; and more.
Violators of low-level offenses in Baltimore will be cited beginning in July, State’s Attorney says — WJZ Six former UMBC swimmers allege university leaders covered up sexual abuse, harassment by former coach — The Baltimore Sun Youth curfew: Seeking volunteers to monitor Baltimore’s young people this weekend — Baltimore Brew Ocean City prohibits licenses for…
BOPA names Todd Yuhanick to serve as interim CEO, succeeding Donna Drew Sawyer
The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts (BOPA) has named Todd Yuhanick, a film producer and former president of a local public relations company, to serve as interim CEO while its board searches for a permanent leader.
Esquire names three Baltimore bars to its Best Bars 2023 list
These three Baltimore bars landed on Esquire magazine’s “Best Bars In America 2023” list.
One of Kind Custom Home in Federal Hill – Open this Sunday 1 – 3pm
OPEN HOUSE Sunday, June 4 • 1:00pm – 3:00pm 21 W Hughes Street, Baltimore, MD 21230 4 beds | 4 1/2 baths | 5,010 sq. ft. Listing Price: $1,350,000 Listing agent: Cindy Conklin | Monument Sotheby’s International Realty Cell: firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to 21 W Hughes, perfectly situated where Federal Hill meets Otterbein. Incredibly large, “triple wide”…
Baltimore unveils city’s first Peace Mobile to mediate conflicts, provide resources
Baltimore’s first-ever Peace Mobile aims to diffuse conflicts and bring resources to where community members are.