Week in Review: 10 Baltimore Stories You Might’ve Missed

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A shake-up in Baltimore’s bar and restaurant scene, and a new home dog bath opportunity. It’s the Week in Review for Jan. 23-30.

A Johns Hopkins freshman died on campus. Jeremy Huber was found deceased in his dorm room on the first day of the spring semester.

In Annapolis, a Christmas tree was found to be the cause of a massive mansion fire that killed a tech executive and his family.

Harbor East lost two restaurants in one week. There’s prime real estate available where Chazz and Talara were, but we’re all mourning the loss of ceviche.

Craig’s was shut down by the liquor board, and tweets were used as evidence. Where are you drinking now, Loyola students?

Is a dog bath first on the list of things you want in a new house? Check out this house in Homeland.

A Sundance hit had a Baltimore producer behind it. Becky Newhall’s Misery Loves Comedy came away from Park City with a big distribution deal.

Curious about changes in Towson? Check out our interview with Planning Director Andrea van Arsdale.

The contents of the Washington Monument time capsule are in good shape. Check it out at the Walters Art Museum.

Looking for a job? Amazon is hiring 1,000 people for its million-square-foot warehouse in East Baltimore.

Ben Carson’s run for president will probably involve a lot sound bites like the one he offered this week. He started off by addressing baked goods and gay marriage.

Stephen Babcock

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Technical.ly Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.

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