Ed Gunts

Ed Gunts is a local freelance writer and the former architecture critic for The Baltimore Sun.

MOM’s Organic Market is Opening This Week at The Rotunda

photos by Ed Gunts
photos by Ed Gunts

Developers of the Rotunda shopping, office and apartment complex in north Baltimore will reach a milestone this week with the debut of the development’s largest retail tenant.

Before Retirement, Elephants Take One Last Stroll Through Baltimore

photos courtesy Donna Beth Joy Shapiro

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.

Prominent Architects See Potential for Museum, Cultural Center in Shuttered Baltimore Jail

Baltimore City Men's Jail (via Creative Commons)
Baltimore City Men’s Jail (via Creative Commons)

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.