In a world with an ever-increasing number of chain restaurants, those streets that still emphasize the small and local can feel like a special treasure worth protecting. Read More →
Exelon is already emblazoned on the top of the company’s new headquarters in Harbor Point, indicating Harbor Point is making progress. Beatty Development is set to start construction on a primarily residential building in the Fells Point-adjacent area. Read More →
Rye is moving out of its current home next week, but the craft cocktail destination will be back this spring in another Fells Point location. Read More →
More food may not be top-of-mind with a Thanksgiving feast dispatched and leftovers still in the fridege, but a fest in Fells Point sounds like a holiday weekend treat. Don’t worry, oysters tend to slide through the cracks. Read More →
Enjoy these Maryland Crab & Oyster specialties: Read More →
Anyone driving east on Eastern Ave. around rush hour can tell you that traffic is bad in Fells Point. A new video with sleek production value warns that in the coming years, it’s only going to get worse. Read More →
Time to ‘que up. After months of waiting, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que has arrived in Baltimore. Read More →
Frederick Douglass grew up on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, and spent ages 8 to 15 in Baltimore, working for a ship carpenter. It was also where the famous abolitionist and son of a slave woman learned to read, and first became exposed to abolitionist ideas. “Going to live at Baltimore laid the foundation, and opened the gateway, to all my subsequent prosperity,” he said later. Douglass returned to Baltimore some 60 years later to build rental properties for the city’s African American population in Fells Point–and one of those houses could be yours. Read More →
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