Baltimore’s Little Italy is a cozy neighborhood with great food. But when it comes to the country that inspired the community, you can’t forget art. Read More →
The 30-year-old weekly neighborhood newspaper will cease print publication this week.
Rapper The Game made an appearance at a West Baltimore block party over the weekend, and he distributed some cash. Read More →
Although the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture opened Saturday in the heart of Washington, the state of Maryland from which D.C. was carved has a strong presence. Read More →
Does Federal Hill smell different than Mount Washington, Belair-Edison, Harlem Park or Dunbar-Broadway?
It usually doesn’t take much to convince people to say yes to an outdoor movie, especially when the weather is still nice. But just in case you need to be enticed, the Downtown Partnership is adding Star Wars into the mix this weekend. Read More →
The former Read’s drug store building at Howard and Lexington streets will become a new home for the Spotlighters Theatre, with an exhibit about the building’s civil rights history, if Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake approves a proposal submitted by Spotlighters. Read More →
The Baltimore Development Corporation, on behalf of the city, announced today that it will enter into an “exclusive negotiating privilege” with a group headed by Live Nation and SMG to take over the job of managing, promoting and presenting live entertainment at the Pier Six Pavilion.
On Saturday and Sunday, October 1 and 2, the Cylburn Arboretum will host the fourth annual Celebration of Art at Cylburn.
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