The most popular story on Baltimore Fishbowl this week was Ed Gunts’ weekly column that led with an announcement about the Sandlot, a 12,000-square-foot space set to open on the southernmost tip of Harbor Point this April. The waterfront park will feature volleyball and bocce courts, a family-friendly park and an otherwise unspecified venture collaboration between Beatty Development and Foodshed with locally sourced fare. It’s envisioned as a temporary use for the space that will last four to five years.

Here were our other most popular stories from Jan. 28 through today:

Cynthia McIntyre – “Saddle Up: Historic 237-Acre Bacon Hall Farm Asks $2.889M” – Tuesday, Jan. 31

Ethan McLeod – “Under Armour’s CFO Steps Down As Company Reports Earnings Miss” – Tuesday, Jan. 31

Ethan McLeod – “Bel Air Police Reportedly Stop Woman and Ask Her, ‘Are You Here Illegally?’” – Friday, Jan. 27

Ed Gunts – “Hotel Brexton, Inn at the Colonnade, Court Square Building Among Portfolio of Properties for Sale” – Monday, Jan. 30

Ed Gunts – “Center Stage Unveils New Name, Logo and Website” – Thursday, Feb. 2

Ethan McLeod – “New Guinness Brewery Planned Right Outside Baltimore” – Tuesday, Jan. 31

Marion Winik – “On the March” – Wednesday, Feb. 1

Stephen Babcock – “Even the TSA Couldn’t Resist Puns After Finding an Unusual Knife at BWI” – Monday, Jan. 30

Ed Gunts — “M&T Bank Stadium Upgrade Includes Civic Gesture: Beams of Light Shooting into the Sky” – Tuesday, Jan. 31

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Ethan McLeod

Ethan McLeod is a freelance reporter in Baltimore. He previously worked as an editor for the Baltimore Business Journal and Baltimore Fishbowl. His work has appeared in Bloomberg CityLab, Next City and...