So long, Café Cito.
So long, Café Cito.
The Maryland House of Delegates yesterday passed a measure restricting law enforcement from stopping individuals due to suspicions about their immigration status. Gov. Larry Hogan promptly said he doesn’t plan to let that bill become law.
Concerned about the possibility of 3,000 state employees leaving Baltimore, City Councilman Eric Costello wants Gov. Larry Hogan to come up with an acceptable development plan for the 28-acre State Center renewal area.
It’s great that you don’t have to leave the couch when shopping for jewelry on the web, but there’s also more concern. The jewelry could be an imitation, and the website you’re browsing could be, too. Read More →
Just in time for spring, the “flowerbox building” is getting a makeover.
An ex-principal of a shuttered Southeast Baltimore high school stole tens of thousands of dollars from school accounts and spent a good share of that money at Maryland Live! Casino, according to state prosecutors.
Nearly three full years have passed since Ray Rice last suited up for a professional football team. Yesterday, when Rice made a homecoming trip to play in a charity basketball game in Baltimore, he said he still doesn’t quite yet see the light at the end of the tunnel for his career.
Baltimore Fishbowl’s top story this week concerned a flashy dance party planned in an underpass downtown early next month. Many evening drivers on St. Paul Street have witnessed the bright neon lights lining the underside of the Orleans Street viaduct. On Thursday, April 6, the Downtown Partnership has arranged to transform that section of the road into a full-blown party with a dance floor, DJ and an open bar. As it falls in the middle of the Light City festival, the organization has cleverly dubbed the event “Lit City.”
Our readers were thrilled about the news of the party. The question is, will they get in? The Downtown Partnership expects the event to sell out quickly. For now, it appears tickets ($40) are still available.
Here were our other most-read stories in the last seven days:
Movies have trailers. TV shows have “teases.” Book publishers are getting in on the act, too, with book trailers.
"My mother's house is no tossed salad but every time I excavate something from a...
"Beautiful. Sad. Funny. As someone who can barely accept one-day-old leftovers, the...
"Funny name. Are the leather goods cursed too, or just the family?
"Remember when people used to die at reasonable ages? My mother made sure my grandmother...
"Black Lives Matter, anybody? Oh right, when it's blacks killing blacks there is no...