Coming Soon to the MLS. Live authentically. Award-winning architectural gem in vibrant Charles Village. Fully realized contemporary interior encased in a distinctive brick and stone exterior. Impeccably designed. Truly spectacular. Gather in the great room for lively conversation and marvel at the double-height ceilings and full-length windows. Warm natural light abounds from every angle. Sink into your curated library-den and be transported. Take in the dazzling city skyline from the two walkout terraces connected to the third-floor kitchen and fourth-floor master suite. Revel in the luxury of expansive outdoor spaces and elevate your every day. Yoga, gardening and alfresco dining with the city scape as your back drop. Four-stories of inspired living connected by sleek staircases and a conveniently located spacious elevator. Delight your senses. Feel the warmth of the radiant heated floors on all levels. Bamboo flooring. Sound system throughout. No detail has been overlooked. Envision yourself here. Walking distance to an array of eclectic local eateries, and the delectable Waverly farmer’s market. A personal favorite. Private, attached 2-car garage with direct access to the finished lower level. Zippy access to 83, and everywhere you want to be. A regular shuttle connects the area to Penn Station and the Johns Hopkins Hospital medical campus. Located within the National Register Historic District, Charles Village/Abell. Special assessment of $500 per year paid to Charles Village Benefits Association. Cultivate your existence. The art of uniting human and home.
New Programs Evolve Vision of BMA’s The Necessity of Tomorrow(s) series,
Expanding the Museum’s Civic Role in Baltimore
The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announced that it is launching three new initiatives to provide direct support to Baltimore-based artists, galleries, and communities: BMA Salon, BMA Screening Room, and BMA Studio. The initiatives will provide some immediate financial relief to local artists and businesses, develop new platforms of visibility to ensure the longer-term success of Baltimore’s arts ecology, and extend participatory opportunities to populations that do not have ready access to digital content. The development of these programs stems from the BMA’s popular, ongoing speaker series, The Necessity of Tomorrow(s), which was established to imagine futures that embrace issues of social justice, equity, and creative practice. The BMA’s new initiatives actualize the series’ core principles and respond to the needs of the current situation through creative endeavors, furthering the museum’s role as a cultural collaborator and civic leader. More details on the programs, which are slated to launch during the first two weeks of June, are below.
Faculty members at The Park School of Baltimore are sharing their time and talents this summer, offering a variety of online courses and activities for a range of ages, Kindergarten through Grade 12.
Coming Soon to the MLS. Live authentically. Treasured home in highly coveted county neighborhood. Stunning brick Georgian realized in 1934, resting on a pristinely maintained double lot. Inviting, private Napa-style outdoor entertaining space that beckons for al fresco dining and imbibing under the stars. Enjoy your morning coffee on a lounge chair or gather with friends under the patio lights by the fire. Fabulous bluestone and brick patio, complete with gas fireplace and built-in bar and grill, connects seamlessly to both the spacious kitchen and light-filled living room, creating ideal flow when entertaining. Stunning dining room opens to endearing flagstone conversation porch. Relax in the bright family room enlivened by a blaze of hot pink accents. Well-proportioned rooms that never go out of style infused with a fresh aesthetic. Light abounds in your luxurious master bedroom. Fully finished large lower level with private bar and office.
This year, teachers’ mettle was tested as they were tasked to take classroom curriculum to online overnight due to the Coronavirus pandemic that closed schools nationwide.
While this school year may be coming to a close, a teacher’s work is never done. Summer will find many teachers taking the opportunity earn CEUs towards their recertification and CCBC will be there for them offering a wide variety of online options to help them fulfill those requirements.
In order to maintain their certification, Maryland teachers are required to take six-credits of instruction every five years. CCBC’s Teacher Education Program has multiple course options for teachers at the early childhood, elementary, middle school and high school level, as well as those working or interested in special populations.
Small businesses and non-profits are especially hard hit during the coronavirus outbreak. We get it! Baltimore Fishbowl is a small business, too. To help small businesses and non-profits, we will provide regular updates to let you know how they are coping.
The following is an update from Dominique Youngblood, Owner of JuneNique Wig Boutique, LLC, on how she is adapting and coping during these times.
How have you altered your business to adapt to the quarantine?
I have conducted virtual consultations to help women with natural hair tips during this quarantine, helping to educate them, and having open/fun discussions.