The self-proclaimed “Real Taste of South Philly” is opening a location “late next month” in the Horseshoe Casino’s Baltimore Marketplace, a collection of food stalls on the first floor, the casino announced today.
Local avant-garde rock band Horse Lords is back with their first album since 2016’s “Interventions.”
The four-piece today announced the release of fourth album “The Common Task,” due out March 13 on Northern Spy Records. As a teaser, the band put out a first single, “Fanfare for Effective Freedom,” out on Bandcamp.
Celebrity chef and humanitarian José Andrés is opening a new restaurant on the Johns Hopkins University campus.
Butterfly Tacos y Tortas, as its called, will be a fast-casual spot serving food inspired by the street culture of Mexico City.
After seeing an 85 percent increase in homicides last year, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. and Police Chief Melissa Hyatt today announced a new Real Time Crime Center and an increase in discretionary spending for police to combat violent crime.
Olszewski said the new public safety plan is a “deliberate and decisive response” to the 50 homicides in the county last year, a total that surpassed the previous high of 43 killings in 1992, seven years after the FBI began collecting local data on violent crime.
With DPW Director Rudy Chow leaving his post on Feb. 1, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young today launched a national search for a new head of the agency.
On the day Chow leaves, Deputy Director Matt Garbark will become acting director, according to the city charter.
Since the early 2000s, Bin 604 Wine Sellers and Whole Foods Markets have been neighbors in Harbor East, some of the first retail establishments to open in the neighborhood.
So now that Whole Foods is nearing the opening date for its new, bigger location in the Liberty Harbor East building just down the street, it’s only fitting Bin 604 is following the grocer over.