Week in Review: 9 Baltimore Stories You Might’ve Missed

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centreTake a pause to recognize a Baltimore building, and keep the dream of Trader Joe’s alive in Baltimore. It’s the Week in Review for Feb. 1-6:

The Heather Cook saga continued this week, as the Episcopal bishop was officially indicted and more revelations emerged about her behavior before the accident that killed Tom Palermo.

Amid the renewed hoopla, Marion Winik made a plea for empathy for Cook and Molly Shattuck.

Baltimore has the building of the year, in the eyes of international architects.

It’s been another difficult week for the local lacrosse community. Will Hauver, a McDonogh grad and Towson native, died just before beginning his senior season at Rollins College in Florida.

Signs of restoration are popping at a North Ave. theatre that will form the focal point of a new joint film program between Hopkins and MICA.

With all the talk of reviving Lexington Market, visions of Trader Joe’s inevitably¬†started dancing in Baltimore heads.

Out in White Marsh, outlet mall plans are moving forward as land changes hands. Rachel Monroe ponders the impact of more stores on the community.

Need an escape from dry land? There’s a Fells Point house boat for rent, and it’s already in the water.

Mark your calendar: Gloria Steinem is coming to speak at Hopkins! And so is the Humans of New York guy!

Stephen Babcock

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

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