The Baltimore Eagle nightspot, shuttered since July, is expected to reopen within two weeks to a month under new operators.
The starting line is near for Nepenthe Brewing Co. After about a year and a half of construction and outfitting the business’ sprawling new space at 3626 Falls Road, co-owner Brian Arnold said he should finish kegging the first four beers to be served there by the end of this weekend.
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Police have arrested and charged a 48-year-old man accused of fatally shooting someone after an argument last month at Fells Point’s Blarney Stone Pub.
By Simone Ellin
For generations of Baltimore area bar mitzvah boys and their families, buying a suit for their special occasion at Cohen’s Clothiers has been part of that rite of passage.
But on Jan. 12, the family-owned Cockeysville retailer announced on its website and Facebook page it will close its doors after 115 years in business.
Lutheran World Relief, the 74-year-old humanitarian organization based in the Inner Harbor, has merged with IMA World Health in D.C. in an effort to expand their international footprint and combine their poverty-fighting resources.
Will the cavernous Tractor Building at Clipper Mill survive the latest wave of development in the historic mill community?
That question is likely to be addressed in the next week, when developers meet with community residents to provide an update on their latest plans.
The former Baltimore Marine Hospital on Wyman Park Drive, targeted for demolition as recently as 2008, will instead be renovated for academic use by the Johns Hopkins University.
It’s no brand new movie theater, but at least it’ll get people moving.