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After a three-month break, the Baltimore Eagle reopens today

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Photo by Ed Gunts.

After a three-month hiatus, the lights are coming back on at the Baltimore Eagle.

The Charles Street leather bar, one of the largest LGBTQ-friendly night spots in the city, is reopening today under its third management team in three years.

There’s a new chain link fence motif in the front windows and two Leather Pride flags hanging over the entrance ramp. Managers posted messages online that doors will open Nov. 15. “If you’re not tied up Friday,” one posting says, “come to our place.”

Planned bar in Old Goucher aims to be an ‘eclectic, mixed-century living room’

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Photo via Google Street View

There’s “a rising tide” of new restaurants, coffee shops and bars that’s happening in North Baltimore’s Old Goucher neighborhood, says Bryan Ranere.

Baltimore Eagle set to reopen next month with original owner as operator

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Photo by Brandon Weigel

The resurrected Baltimore Eagle leather bar in Old Goucher is set to reopen once again in early October, with the return of the original club’s legacy founder and general manager.

The Baltimore Eagle goes dark again, owner plans to bring in new management

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Photo by Ed Gunts

Saturday night is usually a busy time at the Baltimore Eagle, but this past weekend it was dark, with the curtains drawn, lights out and front door locked.

Gaming haven No Land Beyond plans comeback in bigger space with two bars in Old Goucher

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The future home of No Land Beyond on Maryland Avenue. Photo courtesy of No Land Beyond/Patreon.

After a year of serving the city’s gamers in Station North, followed by an ongoing hiatus after its lease expired in April, No Land Beyond is picking back up with a bigger vision in Old Goucher this fall.

Suspect dead, officer in stable condition after shooting in methadone clinic

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Police Commissioner Michael Harrison, center, speaks outside Shock Trauma. Image via WBAL-TV’s Facebook Live stream.

A man who brought a gun into an Old Goucher methadone clinic has died, and a Baltimore Police Department sergeant is in stable condition after an exchange of gunfire this morning inside the medical center in the 2100 block of Maryland Avenue, police said.

A man with gunshot wounds who was found in a different part of the building has also died. Police Commissioner Michael Harrison, who said he’s viewed all the body-worn camera footage from the incident, told reporters that officers only fired at the man who brought a gun into the clinic after he started shooting at them.

A female worker at the clinic sustained non-life threatening injuries during the incident, Harrison said.

Pride 2019 in photos

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Photo by Tedd Henn

One of the oldest Pride celebrations in the country, Baltimore’s tradition now brings out tens of thousands each year to celebrate love, peace and progress for the LGBTQ+ community.

Old Goucher Theater to be Revived as Second-Run Playhouse, Research Lab

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Image via Twitter.

After several years sitting dormant, the theater building on W. 25th Street in Old Goucher will soon serve two purposes.

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