This year’s Baltimore’s Pride festival is set for the summer, but organizers are turning to a public fundraiser to cover leftover costs from last year. Read More →
Hot House: 1708 Kurtz Avenue, Historic Lutherville, MD 21093
Octagonal house, circa 1856, in gravel cement block and stucco, well maintained and updated. Terrace, stone patio, Juliette balcony and back porch. Four bedrooms, 2.5 baths over 2,880 sq. ft. Two stories, with attic and partially finished, windowed basement. Central spiral staircase, 12’ ceilings, original wide-plank Georgia pine floors, interior shutters, long windows and French doors to porch, recent kitchen, en suite master bedroom, central a/c. Circular driveway, covered parking, rear guest house/studio, 1.5 acres with mature plantings: $849,000 Read More →
It’s safe to say that one factor Freddie Gray’s death and the ensuing unrest exposed is that Baltimore continues to be a city divided. We have a lot to learn about each other. Like other cities, many of us stick with who and what we know. We tend to stay in our zones which makes it tough to engage with others outside of our routine.
When key players from OneBaltimore, Innovation Village, Mt. Royal Community Development Corp, and the Light City team examined how to bridge these divides, they came up with a new idea called “Kindling.” As the name implies, Kindling is designed to spark one-on-one conversations between Baltimoreans who may never get the opportunity to know one another.
The inaugural Kindling event will be held this Saturday, April 30 at the Prince Hall Grand Lodge in historic Bolton Hill in Innovation Village. Consider taking part in a new type of community conversation built on the belief that progress will be made when we move past labels and see one another as individuals.
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Monday brings a landmark anniversary for a Baltimore landmark: The Domino Sugars sign turns 65. Read More →
There’s a hole in Mt. Vernon this weekend. A “large section” of N. Centre St. collapsed outside the Walters Art Museum. Read More →
Ending Pickup Truck Tour, Mayoral Candidate David Warnock Says Focus is on Creating Jobs and Opportunity
At community forums during the Baltimore mayoral campaign season, David Warnock often told voters that he is a candidate who delivers on his promises. As the race was entering its final weekend before the April 26 primary, he sought to show that his campaign delivered on a promise even before votes were finished being cast. Read More →
This week brought with it tons of new restaurant news, with openings, expanded menus and seasonal cocktails – and next week promises to be just as exciting, with a long list of collaborative efforts and fundraising events. Here’s what we have to look forward to in and around Baltimore next week: Read More →
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