Tag: inner harbor

Maryland Science Center’s VP of Development to Take Over as CEO this Fall

Mark Potter. Photo via press handout.

A familiar face at the Maryland Science Center is being promoted to president and CEO of the Inner Harbor museum this fall.

Second Body Recovered from Inner Harbor Within a Week


Baltimore police this morning recovered a body floating in the Inner Harbor, the second one discovered there in the last week.

Panera Bread in Inner Harbor Closing on June 30

A Panera Bread location in Chicago, via Wikimedia Commons

A popular eatery in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is shutting down at the end of next month.

Renovated Inner Harbor Holiday Inn Debuts New Pappas Seafood Location

Photo via Holiday Inn

After three months, the Holiday Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor has finished $4.5 million worth of renovations, and added a brand new crab cake destination to boot.

Kevin Spacey’s Manager Bought Expensive Inner Harbor Pier Home

Photo via Marks, Thomas Architects

Actor Kevin Spacey’s manager, not Spacey himself, was the buyer of a high-priced Inner Harbor pier home that sold earlier this year.

More Bus-Only Lanes Coming to Downtown Baltimore

Photo via MTA

Nine new bus lanes are coming to downtown Baltimore and surrounding neighborhoods this summer as part of the state’s planned overhaul of the city’s bus system.

Inner Harbor Kayak Tours Start this Month



Tour guides say Baltimore is a good city to explore by water. Starting this month, residents and visitors can explore it by kayak.

Urban Landscape: Robotic Bicycle Storage Facility and Shop Proposed for Penn Station; Possible Buyer for 1 North Charles; Bidding Opens for Bard Building; Old Towson Fire Station Torn Down

Photo via Ammon Heisler Sachs

A full-service bike shop and robotic bike storage facility would open next to Baltimore’s Penn Station under a proposal from Race Pace Bicycles and Ammon Heisler Sachs Architects.

Police Save Floating Light City Installation from Sinking in Pouring Rain

“Drift,” by Stephanie Imbeau. Photo via Baltimore Police Department.

On the first day of Light City, continuous downpours threatened one of the art installations in the festival’s main visual art attraction, the Light Art Walk in the Inner Harbor. Thankfully, Baltimore police were there to save the day.