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Neighborhood Spotlight: Historic Charm, Bustling Businesses and More Near UMB

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Hollins Market

From the historic charm and elegant homes of Union Square to Pigtown’s happening Main Street, the neighborhoods around the University of Maryland, Baltimore offer lots to do and a little something for everyone.

“The people are first,” said Tony Scott, who has lived in Union Square for three years, when asked about what he loves about his neighborhood. “It’s one of those unique pockets of Baltimore, where there is ethnic and economic diversity and people from all walks of life.”

Hot House: Hook & Ladder 13 for sale in Hollins Market; $500K, includes three fire poles

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Hot House: 43 S. Carey Street, Baltimore, 21223

Former Baltimore City firehouse, circa 1906, decommissioned in 2001 and zoned for residential use.  Two-story brick building, with basement. 3,780 sq. ft. unfinished space, with one full bath, two possible bedrooms. Fifteen foot+ ceilings on lower level, 13’ ceilings on second level, basement with eight-foot ceilings. Steam heat. Property being sold “as is”: $499,900

University of Md. BioPark Lauded as ‘Outstanding Research Park of the Year’

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Image via Glassdoor

Among all the research parks in the world, the University of Maryland’s BioPark off of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard has been dubbed the best of 2017.

Travel Channel Food Series Focuses on Baltimore Tonight

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Tonight on the Travel Channel, the show Bizarre Foods America will visit Baltimore and explore local food.

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Host Andrew Zimmern tries oysters at Lexington Market,
Zimmern hangs out with local Arabbers, downtown.
and hangs out with local Arabbers, downtown.
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He learns to pick crabs at JM Clayton Seafood,
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and visits James Beard Award nominee-Spike Gjerde at Woodberry Kitchen.

 

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He even gets his hands dirty at Five Seeds Farm.

From the gallery of shots on the website, it looks like the show hits the old standbys that Baltimore is known for: Lexington Market, Hollins Market and of course the beloved Faidley’s, and throws in a few contemporary choices too. The show airs at 9 p.m.

View the entire gallery at travelchannel.com

I Do We Do You Do – Lithuanian Hall Dance Party

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It’s Friday, and soon you’ll want nothing more than to put the week behind you.  It’s time to unwind and rid yourself of all your stressers of the past five days.  The Lithuanian Hall in Hollins Market is always a great place for an evening of surprises.    Tonight, the Lith Hall will be hosting “I Do We Do You Do,” Baltimore’s “premier post-punk, funk, power pop, garage rock, punk-punk, lo-fi, no-wave, no wavves dance party,” as they do every second Friday of every month.    When you need to let loose to some tunes, there’s no better place in town.

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