More outdoor dining spaces have come on the scene making al fresco dining in Baltimore a highly anticipated summertime treat. Parisians have sidewalk cafes to linger in summer, but Baltimore has hidden rooftops and patios for outdoor dining that you can find in many neighborhoods, from Brewers Hill to Hampden.
It’s time to welcome summer (unofficially), as Memorial Day weekend in Baltimore sees public spaces like Hollins Market and the Maryland Zoo transformed into celebrations, and welcomes back seasonal series.
Baltimore County Council unanimously appoints Don Mohler, Kamenetz’s chief of staff, as interim executive
Two weeks after the sudden overnight death of Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, Baltimore County lawmakers have appointed his chief of staff to serve out his term.
Last night the Baltimore Orioles added another dismal loss to what is quickly becoming one of the most dismal seasons in franchise history, falling 11-1 to the lowly Chicago White Sox.
That itself wasn’t unusual. What was: Hall of Fame pitcher and broadcaster Jim Palmer throwing down the gauntlet on struggling first baseman Chris Davis.
Recently, Baltimore restaurant industry news has been a bit gloomy, with announcements of restaurants–even beloved ones–shutting their doors.
But not all Charm City restaurant news is bad these days. In early June, over a dozen locally owned restaurants will band together to host Baltimore’s third annual Feastival, a fun day of food, drinks and waterside revelry for a great cause: to raise money to fight cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that causes lung infections.
Seeking to utilize more parks in South Baltimore, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts today announced a new music series that will bring jazz, R&B, soul and other genres of music to places like Middle Branch Park and Carroll Park this summer.
WBAL-TV has bid goodbye to longtime reporter and anchor Donna Hamilton.