The head of the city’s largest charitable foundation is stepping down, and the organization is promoting from within to replace him.
The towering box of a building at 2706 Pulaski Highway once housed the historic Belnord Theater—one of the city’s only non-segregated places to catch a movie during the mid-20th century.
Soon, it’ll be repurposed with a new mission: a hub serving Baltimore’s immigrant population. Casa de Maryland, the immigrant-advocacy nonprofit with an office in East Baltimore and headquarters in Takoma Park, is planning a nearly $14 million renovation of the space to turn it into an education and employment center after outgrowing its present space, located several blocks away at 2224 E. Fayette St.
Love Incredible Bargains? Visit the Nearly New Sale this October – All Proceeds to Benefit Patient Care at GBMC HealthCare
If you love incredible bargain deals, the Nearly New Sale is the place for you. Score some of the best deals in Baltimore, with all proceeds benefiting patient care at GBMC HealthCare! In the fall and spring of each year, thousands of gently used or new donations are available as sale items for a great price. The sale offers more than 10,000 square feet of treasures, necessities, collection items, and trinkets.
The Walters Art Museum celebrates a year of transformation at its annual Gala & Party, a memorable event on Saturday, October 13 from 6 p.m. to midnight that will be unlike any other in Baltimore.
The 9th Annual Gutierrez Memorial Walk will be held on Saturday, October 20th from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Meet at Clipper Mill for a walk through Druid Hill Park. Enjoy live music by Caleb Stine, food by Woodberry Kitchen and beverages by Union Craft Brewing. Proceeds benefit the Gutierrez Memorial Fund, a 501c3 organization dedicated to supporting the arts and community in Maryland. For more information, visit GutierrezMemorialFund.com
Adam Jones, in maybe one of his last acts as an Oriole, and wife Audie donate $75K to local charities
As this bitterly awful Orioles season winds to a close, it comes with the realization the city of Baltimore may be seeing the last days of center fielder Adam Jones in black and orange.