Come for the food, stay for the unexpectedly nuanced views of danger in Baltimore. It’s the Week in Review for Nov. 16-21:
As another week ends, Baltimore foodies can once again bask in their divine taste. First, you can see all of your favorite fireside spots that made our list of the city’s coziest bars and restaurants. Then, flip on TV to watch Guy Fieri check out Swallow at the Hollow, Clementine, Slainte, Johnny Rad’s and probably some other places, on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. For the eight of you staying at home to cook, Melinda Cianos has some tips on getting the whole family involved.
In the news, we’re still befuddled at how anyone could attack Running Man, and how Elkton could be named Maryland’s most dangerous city. On the latter point, we’ll take it. Elsewhere, a 12-year-old Baltimore County girl thankfully returned home after being kidnapped, and Anthony Brown has yet to pay back a campaign loan. In schools news, there’s a new head of the Lower School at Calvert.
And if you haven’t read it yet, be sure to check out our interview with the One Love Foundation’s Sharon Love.
- Station North has a new spot for food, music, and arcade games - January 10, 2020
- Baltimost: Brittany Young - October 8, 2019
- Public safety alert app Citizen launches in Baltimore - February 13, 2019