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Hot House: Fetching 1875 Fed Hill Charmer with Park and Harbor Views for $550K

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Hot House: 229 E. Montgomery Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

Detached Federal-style corner house, circa 1875,  in painted brick. Front porch, back deck, roof deck with views of Inner Harbor. Three bedrooms, 2.5 baths over 1,746 sq. ft. Original hardwood floors, versatile ground-floor layout. Large back room on main floor with potential for first-floor ensuite master bedroom, office or gym. Kitchen with breakfast bar, separate dining room. Two full bedrooms and baths upstairs, with small additional room. Front garden with wrought iron fencing. Central air, street parking. $550,000

Two More Trash Wheels Planned for Baltimore

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Professor Trash Wheel, photo via Healthy Harbor Initiative/Waterfront Partnership

Mr. Trash Wheel’s family is set to keep on growing.

More Dredging Planned for Baltimore Harbor to Make Room for Ships

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Photo via Wikimedia Commons

For at least the next couple months, crews will dig up a hefty amount of muck comprising mud, silt, sand, and shell from areas of the Baltimore harbor to expand the clearance for ships.

Maryland’s Oyster Recovery Partnership Hits Record for Recycled Shells in 2016

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Photo via Wikimedia Commons

Six years in, the Oyster Recovery Partnership’s shell recycling program is a success, thanks in no small part to Maryland’s seafood restaurants.

Top Stories of 2016: John Waters’ Kidney Stones, SNL’s Kate McKinnon Tries Out a Baltimore Accent and More

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For many of us, the past 364 days didn’t add up to a great year. This year was rife with stories about political chaos, obituaries for celebrities who left us too soon, ongoing violence in Baltimore and abroad, divisive police-involved incidents and court rulings, more political chaos and plenty else. But a freakshow year like this one also gave us plenty to laugh (or least smirk) about as we pondered the present and the future. Much of the humor produced by 2016 was dark, but sometimes that mixture of doom and laughter is exactly what people need to get by. With that in mind, we give you our most-read stories from 2016.

USS Constellation in Baltimore’s Harbor is Also Now a Distillery

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Baltimore’s booze-making scene is exploding so much that it’s also heading to the seas.

Mr. and Professor Trash Wheel Discuss Eating Garbage and More in Reddit AMA

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Photo courtesy Waterfront Partnership
Photo courtesy Waterfront Partnership

Baltimore’s favorite trash-consuming contraptions hosted a live “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) event today on Reddit, fielding questions on everything from run-ins with ducklings to not being related, despite having distinctly similar names.

Missing Man’s Body Found Floating in Harbor in Fells Point

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Michael Bagley, Courtesy Loyola Blakefield/Twitter
Michael Bagley, Courtesy Loyola Blakefield/Twitter

This week has been marked by sad discoveries in Baltimore’s waterways. This morning, police recovered the body of 23-year-old Baltimore resident Michael Bagley in the harbor in Fells Point.

Danish Warship Open for Free Public Tours in Fells Point Today and Tomorrow

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Courtesy Sail Baltimore
Courtesy Sail Baltimore

A Danish warship arrived in Baltimore this week and will be open for free public tours today and on Saturday.

The Urban Pirates Are Bringing Warm Meals to Sailors Stranded in the Harbor

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Courtesy Urban Pirates/Facebook
Courtesy Urban Pirates/Facebook

During the warmer months, you may have been lucky enough to spot a pirate ship carrying tourists and partying adults around the Inner Harbor. The pirate hosts have now stopped offering those excursions with cold weather moving in, but they’ve stayed busy this month delivering some good eats to the unfortunate souls stranded aboard the Newlead Granadino.

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