The Urban Oyster, a Locust Point restaurant known for its chargrilled oysters and other seafood selections, will close its doors on July 26, but owner and chef Jasmine Norton hinted at reopening the business at a yet-to-be determined new location.
Stripe, the online payment platform with the stated mission “to increase the GDP of the internet,” is opening an office in Locust Point.
Helm Services Inc., a subsidiary of Stripe, is leasing 44,000 square feet at 1215 E. Fort Ave., for its first-ever office where it will provide support services for the payment infrastructure firm, according to this week’s Board of Estimates agenda. According to state business records, the company changed its name from Tamarancho, Inc., which is how it’s referred to in the agenda, to Helm Services, Inc. on July 24.
After hosting food trucks for the last couple years to serve imbibing patrons, Diamondback Brewing Company is unveiling a new food menu centered around pizzas made in-house and using some staff-made ingredients.
At 76 years old, the Baltimore Museum of Industry’s 100-foot-tall crane has received some much needed TLC, namely the clearing out of more than 350 pounds of pigeon droppings from its cab up top.
Baltimore’s most recent homicide happened right outside one of the city’s newest luxury dwellings in South Baltimore, where residents have recently bemoaned an uptick in violent crime.
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After a decade in Hunt Valley, the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will return to Baltimore to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
Urban Landscape: Bell Foundry for Sale for $1 Million; Ware House 518 Closes; Locust Point to Get 47 New Town Houses; ‘Yappy Hour’ at Harbor Point
Four months after city officials evicted its tenants, the Bell Foundry arts building has been put up for sale.
Two small businesses new to South Baltimore are teaming up to make a rich, cold-weather beer just in time for the holidays.