This may be hard to believe, but as of this week, Hunting Ground has been in business five years. The vintage fashion boutique in Hampden celebrates its fifth anniversary on Friday in the same place it started, but with a brand new look. Read More →
“Fearless Girl,” the sculpture made in Baltimore that has attracted national attention for staring down a charging bull in lower Manhattan, just received permission to remain on display until early next year. Read More →
A 28-year-old racist Hampden resident now faces a terrorism murder charge in the fatal stabbing of a 66-year-old black man in New York last week.
Another doughnut venture is coming to Hampden, led by Dooby’s owner Phil Han and former B. Doughnut pastry chef Courtney Fix.
So long, Café Cito.
Wednesday won’t be business as usual on Hampden’s bustling 36th Street, where female business owners plan are displaying vibrant flashes or red in their storefronts and holding events for women to speak out for their rights.
Cat-loving telecommuters and entrepreneurs will be excited about this one: Baltimore is set to get its very own cat café in the recently restored Whitehall Mill development near Hampden and Woodberry.
The wait will soon be over: Hampden’s new restaurant-bar-lounge-movie theater, known as CinéBistro, opens tomorrow.
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Friday is date night. You’ve got a sitter and a couple hours free, but you can never decide between dinner on the town or a good movie in the dark with your sweetie. Read More →
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