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Liam Flynn’s Ale House in Station North Closes Permanently

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After five-and-a-half years in business and a highly publicized effort to avoid eviction last July, Liam Flynn’s Ale House has closed for good.

Mayor Pugh Launches Task Force to Create Safe Working, Living Spaces for Baltimore’s Artists

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Just over two weeks after city officials condemned the Bell Foundry building in Station North and evicted dozens of artists in the process, Mayor Catherine Pugh today announced the formation of a task force entrusted with creating more safe, livable and workable spaces for Baltimore’s artists.

Wendell Pierce Helps Break Ground on Station North Apartments for Artists

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Wendell Pierce as "Bunk" Moreland in The Wire.
Wendell Pierce as “Bunk” Moreland in The Wire.

Wendell Pierce’s latest groundbreaking role came with shovels and dirt. The actor who played Bunk Moreland on The Wire was among the dignitaries who turned out to mark the start of construction on an apartment complex in Station North on Tuesday. His involvement goes beyond tossing some dirt with the golden shovel.

Liam Flynn’s Needs to Raise $50,000 in One Week

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For the past eight years, Liam Flynn’s Ale House has been the place to stop in Station North if you’re in the mood for a pint of something cold and delicious. But not for much longer.

Soon You Might Be Mini-Golfing Across Station North

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Photo by Groupuscule.
Photo by Groupuscule.

Imagine playing the first two holes of a round of mini-golf at Penn Station, then hiking up past the Metro Gallery for another couple, then to the Ynot Lot, and finally to the park at St. Paul Street and Lafayette Avenue with the “We the People” mural.

“Wire” Actor Invests in Baltimore

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You may remember Wendell Pierce from his memorable turn as Bunk Moreland, The Wire‘s gruff homicide detective with a strong moral sense and a weakness for whiskey.

Station North Complex Will Provide More Affordable Housing for Artists

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Renderings via Hord Coplan Macht.

New spaces for artists to live is coming in the Station North area. Construction officially started on a second City Arts building with a groundbreaking on Tuesday.

Scapescape Returns to Station North After Year Hiatus

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scape-logo-wordscatch of the day fish (2)Scapescape wasn’t around in 2014, but the DIY fest returns for its fourth edition this weekend to showcase some of the Baltimore City bands you haven’t heard of (yet).

Don’t Worry About the Yuppies, Station North Developer Says

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via LSC Design

A lot has been going on in Station North in recent months–even if the WaPo still doesn’t get it. And if you needed any further confirmation that the burgeoning neighborhood is definitely gentrifying, now you’ve got it: Developers are planning Station North’s first apartment/retail complex, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.

Baltimore Murals Added to Google Earth Collection

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The street artist Nanook in process – photo by Martha Cooper.
The street artist Nanook in process – photo by Martha Cooper.

Over the past three years, Baltimore’s Open Walls project has livened up the city with murals painted on the sides (and fronts!) of city buildings.

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