We’re signing off early today in honor of Presidents’ Day. We’ll be back tomorrow in full force with more great stories in the Baltimore Fishbowl.
To celebrate a holiday dedicated to preserving the memories of presidents past, local activists have put together a full day of programming centered around protesting our country’s top elected official.
For one week only, Halcyon House is clearing out to make way for the new spring arrivals. Now is your chance to save 50% off of your favorite seasonal art, home furnishings and accessories.
Acclaimed Dominican-American novelist Junot Díaz is coming to Shriver Hall in Homewood this week.
Join Garrison Forest School for this free screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap followed by a Q&A with Director/Producer Robin Hauser Reynolds.
When: February 22, 2017 6:30pm
Where: Garrison Forest School 300 Garrison Forest Rd, Owings Mills
From her standpoint as the United States’ new top librarian, former Enoch Pratt Free Library CEO Carla Hayden still looks very fondly upon her 23 years spent leading Baltimore’s public library system.
After Borders Books and Music closed on York Road and Ukazoo Books moved out of Dulaney Plaza, Barnes & Noble was the only large book store left in the heart of Towson. Soon, it will be gone, too.
Cummings: Congressional Black Caucus to meet with Trump – CBS Baltimore
Friday Afternoon Headlines: Man Charged with Shooting Grandmother, Children; Endowments Drop; and More
Orioles holding tryouts for ballboys and ballgirls on March 4 — CBS Baltimore
Top Stories: Hutzler Bros. Palace Building to Reopen for Exhibit, Pugh Seeks New Members for Commissions and Boards, Russian Spy Ship Looms Off Md. Coast
The most popular story on Baltimore Fishbowl this week was Ed Gunts’ weekly column containing details about The Contemporary’s newest planned exhibit, which will reopen the Hutzler Brothers Palace Building department store for the first time in three decades.
The show, called “The Ground,” will transform the former store inside the building at Howard and Clay streets into a labyrinth-like showcase of artist Michael Jones McKean’s sculpture and other physical creations. In addition to a special exhibit featuring a renowned artist, guests can enjoy a chance to see the inside of the flagship Hutzler’s department store that hasn’t been open to the public for a very, very long time. The show opens tomorrow and runs through May 19.
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