Artifact Coffee of Hampden, one of the restaurants in Spike Gjerde’s Foodshed family, is in talks to open a second location in Charles Village.
Inside and out, Oriole Park at Camden Yards is nearly ready for Opening Day of the baseball season, with changes ranging from a new concept for the former Natty Boh Bar on the first base side to repaired parking lots that were damaged by snow dumping over the winter.
This weekend, the Mother Church of American Methodism will pay tribute to the “father” of American Methodism.
Lovely Lane United Methodist Church at 2200 St. Paul Street is holding a series of events and “observances” to mark the 200th anniversary of the death of Francis Asbury, the founding bishop of the United Methodist Church in America.
The events range from the opening of a new museum exhibit at Lovely Lane to the dedication of an 18-foot-tall monument at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, where Asbury and other Methodist leaders are buried.
Rash Field, the park space on the south shore of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, will be revamped to accommodate a wider range of activities for area residents and visitors, under a $5 million plan unveiled Tuesday night.
Designers working with the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore outlined plans to divide the waterfront park into half a dozen distinct areas for a variety of uses, from outdoor “reading rooms” to a “play lab” for kids to beach volleyball courts.
If at first you don’t succeed, try another crowdfunding source.
That’s the route taken by six Baltimore residents who have proposed to build a monument to honor the late actor and Baltimore native Harris Glenn Milstead, also known as Divine, using money raised privately so no city funds are involved.
Five elephants from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey circus took a final walk through the streets of downtown Baltimore on Wednesday to bid farewell to their fans before heading off to retirement May 1.
If it’s not torn down, the massive Baltimore City Jail complex could find new life as a cultural center and museum. That was the conclusion of two nationally prominent architects who toured the facility yesterday and discussed their reactions in a presentation to more than 400 people last night.