The most popular story on Baltimore Fishbowl this week was Ed Gunts’ weekly column containing details about The Contemporary’s newest planned exhibit, which will reopen the Hutzler Brothers Palace Building department store for the first time in three decades.
The show, called “The Ground,” will transform the former store inside the building at Howard and Clay streets into a labyrinth-like showcase of artist Michael Jones McKean’s sculpture and other physical creations. In addition to a special exhibit featuring a renowned artist, guests can enjoy a chance to see the inside of the flagship Hutzler’s department store that hasn’t been open to the public for a very, very long time. The show opens tomorrow and runs through May 19.
Here were our other most popular stories from last Saturday through today:
Ed Gunts – “Mayor Pugh Seeks Baltimore Residents to Fill Positions on Boards and Commissions” – Monday, Feb. 13
Ed Gunts – “Russian ‘Spy Ship’ Spotted 70 Miles Off Maryland’s Coast” – Wednesday, Feb. 15
Ed Gunts – “World Relief in Baltimore Lays Off 140 Staffers Due to Trump’s Refugee Resettlement Restrictions” – Thursday, Feb. 16
Ed Gunts – “68 Affordable Apartments Open in the Bromo Tower Arts District” – Wednesday, Feb. 15
Cynthia McIntyre – “Religious Conversion In Canton: New Condo In Old Church, $549K” – Tuesday, Feb. 14
Ed Gunts – “John Waters on Donald Trump: ‘We Have a Hair Hopper President Now and We Have to Get Used to it’” – Friday, Feb. 10
Ethan McLeod – “The Ritzy CinéBistro in the Rotunda will Open on Feb. 24” – Wednesday, Feb. 15
Ethan McLeod – “Baltimoreans Join in Solidarity at David Simon’s ‘City of Immigrants’ Rally-Fundraiser” – Tuesday, Feb. 14
Ed Gunts – “With or Without Ivanka Trump, Nordstrom Rack is Coming to Baltimore City” – Wednesday, Feb. 15