With Donald Trump and GOP members of Congress in town for the House Republican Conference on Thursday, about 150 anti-Trump protesters gathered at the corner of President Street and Eastern Avenue to “welcome” the president.
Leaders of Baltimore’s Chinatown Collective had what they thought was a promising idea for their second annual Charm City Night Market, coming up on Sept. 21.
They identified a prominent building where they envisioned painting a large mural, hoping to help draw people to the West Side district where the event will take place. The building owner agreed to it. Best of all, an artist collective from Washington D.C. offered to paint it for free.
But it’s not happening–not this year, at least.
2208 Wiltonwood Road, Stevenson, MD 21153
4 bedrooms, 6.5 baths
Listing Price: $2,350,000
An architectural breath of fresh air. Hamptons inspired cedar shake and stone estate with multiple Gambrel roofs backing to Caves Farm. Divine pastoral views. Masterfully designed courtyard that allows immense cross light. Understated authentic materials hand selected that create a powerfully comfortable living experience. Luxe stone outdoor screen porch with 22′ stone wood burning fireplace and built-in gas grill. Indulgent master wing with his and hers bathrooms and gym. Transport Yourself.
Savor delicious food, sip on fine spirits and bid on great auction items – all to benefit a great cause as The League for People with Disabilities, one of Maryland’s oldest non-profit organizations, is once again hosting one of the most talked about events of the year. #OMGFOOD, an evening of Food, Fun and Fabulousness will be held on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at La Cuchara Restaurant in historic Woodberry beginning at 6 pm. The evening will feature some of Baltimore’s stand-out local celebrity chefs including Ben Lefenfeld from La Cuchara, Jerry Trice from Gunther & Co, Julian Marucci from Tagliata/The Elk Room/Italian Disco and Steve Chu from Ekiben. These culinary phenomes will delight the taste buds with heavy appetizers, along with cocktails and fabulous dessert creations. There will also be a silent auction, live music, a mentalist, raffles and more. For ticket information visit https://www.leagueforpeople.org/omgfood.
While actual construction remains unfunded, Baltimore County’s top elected official today announced there’s money in the fiscal 2020 budget to plan and design replacement buildings for Towson High and Dulaney High.
After years spent as actors, musicians and educators around the Baltimore and D.C. metro areas, Daven Ralston and her husband, Joseph Carlson, have cast themselves for a new role as small business owners.
The couple plans to open a bookstore on the main strip of Southwest Baltimore’s Pigtown neighborhood after recently relocating to Woodberry from Alexandria, Virginia, where Ralston has worked part-time for newcomer Old Town Books since the spring.
This Fall, dine, dance and swing to sweet and hot sounds, including hits by Duke Ellington , Count Basie, Fats Waller, George Gershwin and more with Hotel Paradise Roof Garden Orchestra. On Sunday, September 8 and Sunday, October 13, head to Paulie Gee’s in Hampden for a “Roaring Twenties” afternoon. Reservations are recommended – call 410-235-1566.
SUN. SEPT. 8 & OCT. 13, 3-5 PM
continues monthly, every second Sunday
3535 Chestnut Ave. Hampden 21211
Diners were relieved in April to learn the owners of The Dizz, a beloved corner restaurant in Remington, had ditched plans to put the eatery and building on the market.
Now, the restaurant is shutting down. A post on The Dizz’s Facebook page signed by co-owner Thomas L. Basta Jr. said the business is closed as of today.
“[W]e would like to thank all our wonderfully [sic] customers for your support over the years and to all of our employees,” the post said.
Michael S. Levine, who previously served as the listing agent when The Dizz was put up for sale in 2018, said the building and business are once again on the market.