The current scandals plaguing City Hall only highlight a more urgent truth: Baltimore has operated for too many years without a clear vision or strategy, one that is independent of changes in our political leadership.
Change is in the air this spring at Green Spring Station. Sassanova, a local woman’s fashion boutique, will be opening its third location and first Baltimore County location at Green Spring Station later this spring. The shop will be taking over the former Becket Hitch store. But don’t worry, Becket Hitch isn’t moving far. The go-to gift spot is doubling its square footage and moving into a brand-new, custom designed store just steps from its original space.
The League for People with Disabilities, one of Maryland’s oldest non-profit organizations, will host a FREE Family Fun Art Festival on Saturday, August 18 from 11 am to 3 pm. Held in partnership with Make Studios, Art with a Heart and Karina Association, this event is open to the public and will include art activities for the whole family, group art projects, and more. At the event, the Ellene “Brit” Christiansen Memorial Fund will be recognized.
Three Baltimore Design School Students Win Summer Scholarships in ‘Open Tank’ Makers Competition at Open Works
On Saturday, June 16, 2018, eight teens culminated their 20-week Teen Maker Entrepreneur Program [TMEP] at Open Works – Baltimore with the opportunity to win a summer scholarship to Open Works and continue their ‘making’ efforts while building their business. This program was open to Baltimore City and County students ages 16 – 19. Of the 16 applicants chosen, four Baltimore Design School (BDS) students were accepted into the program. Each of the three BDS students competing in the ‘Open Tank’ competition, won scholarships.
Baltimore Child Abuse Center’s Be A Hero Gala Honored Local Heroes, Celebrated 30 Years of Protecting Children
Baltimore Child Abuse Center hosted its 5th annual Be A Hero Gala and Party on Thursday, May 4 at Port Discovery Children’s Museum in Baltimore. This year’s event celebrated 30 years of high quality care, treatment, education and advocacy for over 35,000 children in Baltimore and throughout the region, while honoring local community heroes who have been friends and partners of the organization.
Harbor East and Knits, Soy & Metal today announced that Homegrown Baltimore, a collection of Baltimore-based and women-owned small businesses, is now open in Harbor East. The pop-up shop, located at 830 Aliceanna Street in the former Amaryllis space, houses local artisans Knits, Soy & Metal, B.Willow, and Cedar & Cotton.
Friends School of Baltimore is pleased to announce that, effective July 1, 2018, the school will power its electricity using 100% solar and wind energy.
Delbert Adams and Taylor Classen are pleased and excited to announce Brandon Jones as a new partner and co-owner of Delbert Adams Construction Group.