Top Stories: Grand Central Owner Considers Selling, Bench Design Picked for Port Covington, Body Found in Harbor

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Ed Gunts’ popular Urban Landscape column this week disclosed that the owner of the gay-friendly Mt. Vernon bar Grand Central is exploring whether to put his 15,000-square-foot establishment up for sale. Given the timing of the news just one year after the Hippo nightclub closed down when its owner retired, as well as Grand central’s popularity and prime location, Ed’s reporting generated significant interest.

Here were our other most popular posts during the week of Dec. 3-9:

Ed Gunts — Winner Announced in ‘Next Great Baltimore Bench’ Design Competition – Friday, Dec. 2

Ethan McLeod — Missing Man’s Body Found Floating in Harbor in Fells Point – Thursday, Dec. 1

Marion Wikin — Chicken Soup for Post-Election Gloom and Doom – Wednesday, Dec. 7

Ethan McLeod — Trump is Coming to Baltimore to Watch Some Football This Weekend – Tuesday, Dec. 2

Cynthia McIntyre — Hot House: Dreamboat Colonial In Roland Park With Wrap Around Porch: Walk To Schools – Tuesday, Dec. 6

Ethan McLeod — Police Release Body Cam Footage of Officers Shooting Knife-Wielding Man in Waverly – Wednesday, Nov. 30

Kit Pollard — Hot Plate: R. House Opens, Holiday Pop-Ups (Including Woodberry), Cocktails for Hairspray Live – Friday, Dec. 2

Ed Gunts — Visit Baltimore Touts ‘John Waters’ Favorite Baltimore Places’ – Thursday, Dec. 8

Ethan McLeod — Teen Arrested in Homeless Man’s Murder Was Removing His Face Tattoos, Police Say — Thursday, Dec. 8

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