Nearly three months have passed since Roll Ice Cream & Coffee began dishing out its confections, but given that it’s not going to be freezing today, it’s as fine a time as any for a grand opening celebration.
One of the most highly anticipated family events in the city of Baltimore happens in the dark of night, in the shadows of a public park.
I can’t imagine seeing “Sixth Best City to Trick-or-Treat In” on a sign at the city line any time soon, but it’s no small thing that Baltimore was ranked among the best cities for Halloween candy gathering in real estate database Zillow’s trick-or-treat index.
Here’s another sign that Baltimore is becoming the new Brooklyn: First the city agrees to sell property along Howard Street so Robicelli’s Bakery can move to Baltimore. Now one of Brooklyn’s popular home furnishings stores is planning to open its first long term Maryland location in Harbor Point.
Over the last couple of weeks, a bus stop in Highlandtown became one of Baltimore’s newest pieces of public art. The piece also happens to say something about the community.