The co-owners of Dovecote Café are ready to make their baby their own.
Tag: reservoir hill
Eight walls in the Waverly and Reservoir Hill neighborhoods will soon be getting a major facelift.
Demolition was one of the recurring themes of Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s term as Baltimore’s mayor, and it’s starting out to be a theme for Mayor Catherine Pugh as well.
Halloween this year made for some spooky behavior from some of Baltimore’s teenagers. Police say they’ve nabbed six teens in assorted robbery and carjacking incidents from this past Sunday and Monday.
We’re excited to hear that Reservoir Hill is taking community gardens to the next level: as of this week, the neighborhood will boast the first corner store to sell fresh produce that’s been grown on a formerly-vacant lot in the community. If ever there was a low-key way to combat food deserts, this might be it.
Over the weekend, artists and MICA students Melissa Crisco and Sabrina Chin exhibited a site-specific video project outside a vacant duplex on Mount Royal Terrace. Video footage of neighbors engaging in daily indoors activities was projected onto the boarded-up windows on the first floor, briefly bringing the long empty house to life with domestic bustle.
The screening renewed discussion among residents of the neighborhood about the unfortunate eyesore. Though half the duplex is for sale from the city for $20,000, necessary renovations would actually bring the total price up over $300,000, which means it will likely be a long time before the students’ images of domestic activity are replaced by the real thing.