It’s been a big year for Kevin Plank, and not just because his development firm been given the nod to transform an entire section of South Baltimore for decades to come. Plank’s Locust Point-based global sportswear brand today confirmed reports from six weeks ago that it’s signed a 10-year licensing deal to make Major League Baseball’s game-worn uniforms.
A little over a year ago, a real estate mogul and a retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon with zero combined years of experience in office were sitting neck-and-neck atop Republican primary polls. Today, one of those men, Donald Trump, is starting to set up shop in the Oval Office and has picked the other, Ben Carson, to lead our nation’s housing department.
Councilwoman Rochelle “Rikki” Spector is recovering in the hospital, but says she is “doing alright” several hours after two teenagers allegedly assaulted her and stole her car in a South Baltimore parking garage this morning.
Baltimore officials have been exploring options to redevelop the city’s public markets. On Friday, they floated a plan to start over entirely at the largest market. Read More →
The latest iteration of Hammerjacks nightclub likely will be the cornerstone for a new entertainment district near M&T Bank Stadium and the Horseshoe Casino, a city planner said yesterday. Read More →
Another conservative Maryland doctor might be up for a position in Donald Trump’s administration, and this time the individual has experience serving in office. Rep. Andy Harris is reportedly being considered by Donald Trump for a top leadership role at the National Institutes of Health.
With Thanksgiving behind us and the calendar officially flipped to December, it’s party season in Baltimore. That means tons of fun restaurant events all around town, all month long.
Here’s a look at what’s happening this week: Read More →
The Cleat, it is. A nautically inspired entry by South Baltimore resident Dean Brown was selected as the winner of a national competition held to find the “Next Great Baltimore Bench” for Port Covington.
The recently retired Baltimore Bullet may be jumping into Silicon Valley’s tech investment pool.
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