Somewhere between a movie set and a trash collector, lies the truth. It’s the Week in Review for April 17-24.
Freddie Gray’s death on Sunday set the stage for a week of protests, revelations and coverage from national media. Protests are expected to continue into the weekend, with a big march scheduled for 5 p.m. Friday at City Hall. The Atlantic’s Ta-Nehisi Coates will be here to speak next week.
In other crime news, a man and woman died in a shooting in the Canton Crossing parking lot on Thursday. Police believe the murder-suicide was a domestic incident.
It was Earth Day on Wednesday. Just in time, the Inner Harbor Water Wheel set a new record for trash collected.
Ready for Dinosaur Bar-B-Que to move to Baltimore? You’ll have to wait a few more months.
One neighborhood over, Harbor East will have a bigger Starbucks very soon.
Baltimore will have its own talk show soon. But first they need guests.
Have some time to catch up on reading this weekend? Check out some of Baltimore Fishbowl’s features you may have missed:
In Hot House, Cynthia McIntyre looks checks into a red-roofed gem on the market in Roland Park.
Meg Fielding caught up with the former White House florist as she spoke at the Walter’s Art Museum.
Jane Fricke Gilbert navigates the airport shuttle.
And Amy Langrehr chews the fat with Chef Neill Howell of Corner Pantry. Find out where he likes to eat around town.
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