Pugh on defensive over handling of the Tent City protesters — Baltimore Brew
City Paper Photographer Documents “Last Days in Paper City” — Baltimore magazine
On Sunday afternoon, a crew of demolition workers took down a pair of condemned buildings on E. Fort Avenue in Riverside. The footage is pretty raw, and leaves some questions about the crew’s execution.
Hot House: 1721 Belt Street, Baltimore, 21230 MD
Bow-front row house with painted sandstone trim, circa 1900, recent asphalt roof. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths over 1,450 sq. ft. New renovation with unique custom wood trims and millwork throughout. Open-plan first floor, living area with fireplace, dining area, kitchen with new s/s appliances, reclaimed wood island. Fully finished basement with hand-finished wood benching on three sides, master bedroom with hand-carved wall frame. All new bathrooms. Central a/c. Off-street parking for one car: $419,500
Josh Hershkovitz of Hersh’s Pizza & Drinks is a man of many talents. A Baltimore native and graduate of McDonogh School and the University of Chicago, he studied both sculpture and philosophy in college. He also has an MBA. And the cooking. He certainly has that down. Aren’t you glad he chose cooking?
105 Gittings Street East, Riverside
4 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
1231 Riverside Avenue, Riverside
3 bedroom(s), 3 bathroom(s)