Ethan McLeod

Ethan has been editing and reporting for Baltimore Fishbowl since fall of 2016. His previous stops include Fox 45, CQ Researcher and Connection Newspapers in Northern Virginia. His freelance writing has been featured in Baltimore City Paper, Leafly, DCist and BmoreArt, among other outlets. He enjoys basketball, humid Mid-Atlantic summers and story tips.

A couple old favorites set to open this week at the redux Broadway Market

A sign shows a rendering of the redeveloped north pavilion of Broadway Market. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

After a $3.2 million gut job with a modern-looking redesign, business will begin trickling in at Fells Point’s Broadway Market this week.

Off-duty state trooper accused of flashing gun in Beltway road rage incident

Maryland State Police badge via Facebook/MSP

A state trooper from Reisterstown faces felony charges after allegedly flashing a gun at a couple during what police have described as a road rage incident on Sunday night on the Baltimore Beltway.

Pugh resigns from UMMS board of directors days after children’s book deal publicized

Mayor Catherine Pugh addressed the media on May 16, 2018. Image via Facebook Live.

In the wake of reports that nine of the University of Maryland Medical System’s 30 unpaid board members—including children’s book author Mayor Catherine Pugh—had cut lucrative side deals with the hospital operator, Baltimore’s mayor is stepping down from her honorary post.

Md. Senate approves legislation banning tax sales of Baltimore homes, churches for unpaid water bills


Maryland senators today voted 47-0 to approve Sen. Mary Washington’s legislation halting Baltimore City’s use of the tax sale process for properties with water and sewer bill debt totaling $750 or more.

The Senate’s approval comes two weeks after the House of Delegates’ passage of Del. Nick Mosby’s identical bill. Washington’s SB 96 now heads to a yet-to-be-scheduled committee hearing in the House of Delegates, while Mosby’s HB 161 awaits a hearing in the Senate’s Budget and Taxation Committee on March 19.

Conor McGregor stops by Cockeysville liquor store to see his whiskey on display

Still via via from Conor McGregor/Facebook

During what’s already proven to be a tumultuous week for the controversy-prone superstar fighter, Conor McGregor was spotted in the unlikeliest of places on Thursday when he paid a visit to Cranbrook Liquors in Baltimore County.