Following a software update, the Department of Public Works accidentally sent bills of more than $50,000 to 566 customers.
Following multiple calls to replace Dulaney High School in Timonium, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz agreed to set aside funding for a new school in 2019, according to several reports.
Back in 2016, Vice’s music site Noisey called local feminist hardcore band War On Women the “Only Band That Matters During This Election.” The blistering anthems on the group’s 2015 self-titled debut album, touching on reproductive rights, feminism, sexism and so much more, continued to find new audiences as Trump’s candidacy rose and the band bounced around the U.S. as part of the Vans Warped Tour.
Nothing brings more joy in this life than a cute, adorable kitten. At least that’s what the Viral Cat Industrial Complex has taught us to believe. For complete inner peace, combine yoga with these fluffy balls of joy–they totally won’t mew or scratch or create discomfort by climbing on you during Cobra Pose. This moment of zen can be yours tonight at Hampden’s emporium of adoptable cats, Charm Kitty Cafe, where Maura Roth-Gormley of Baltimore Yoga Village will be leading a class surrounded by felines. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to the Baltimore Humane Society, and participants will receive a goody bag from the pet store Bark!
7:45-8:45 p.m., Charm Kitty Cafe, Whitehall Mill, 3300 Clipper Mill Road, bmorehumane.org, $20.
After several years sitting dormant, the theater building on W. 25th Street in Old Goucher will soon serve two purposes.
The Baltimore City Council last night threw its support behind legislation in Annapolis that would bring the statewide minimum wage to the $15-an-hour mark by 2023.
Last week, the mayors of Annapolis, Frederick, Cambridge and Ocean City threw their support behind the Reform on Tap Act of 2018, a bill drafted by Comptroller Peter Franchot after he chaired a task force examining the state’s beer laws.