Over the last couple of weeks, a bus stop in Highlandtown became one of Baltimore’s newest pieces of public art. The piece also happens to say something about the community. Read More →
A man was killed in an apparent robbery at a Highlandtown convenience store on Friday, police said. Read More →
The owner of Johnny Rad’s is opening a new spot in Highlandtown. Snake Hill will be a sausage-focused tavern at the former location of the Irish Pub. Read More →
The Creative Alliance, Bonneau Caprece and FoxxFara Studio are proud to present:
WEAR IT OUT BALTIMORE
FASHION & FILM SERIES @ CREATIVE ALLIANCE PREMIERING
Thursday, February 5, 2015/6-10pm
Created to celebrate the fine arts genre of fashion with selected films and documentaries, acknowledge Baltimore’s emerging garment making and manufacturing industry with themed Wear It Out Baltimore (WIOB) showcase segments featuring area clothing and accessories designers, stylists, fiber artists, and clothiers. Read More →
Before Tuesday, it cost money to put a bike rack outside of your small business. A new City policy aims to roll back the small business fees. Read More →
Baltimore’s amazing cultural diversity is one of our city’s strengths. And part of living in such a diverse place is celebrating the rich tapestry of cultures that make up this place we call home. Sure, the US is known as a “melting pot” but it’s also important to take note of the things that make each individual culture unique. We don’t just melt into each other, we shine in our uniqueness and our differences are part of what makes us who are. And on that note, we’re thrilled about this month’s opening of Chicanismo y Latinismo, a group exhibition at the Creative Alliance that explores how the Chicano movement has continued to evolve by moving beyond its West Coast origins and expanding to include a multiplicity of Latino identities. Read More →
The Creative Alliance teamed with the Southeast Community Development Corporation to bring the permanent art project, titled “BUS,” to Baltimore. As you can see in the photo, the sculpture spells out the word bus in all caps, with letters 14 feet high and seven feet deep. Yes, a bus stops there. And, yes, you can sit on it. And yes, your kids will probably try to climb up to the second story of the B. Read More →
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