Join us for Fat Tuesday at Mount Vernon Marketplace! Live FREE JAZZ by Big Bertha’s Rhythm Kings, Craw Fish Boil @ The Local Oyster. Come in wearing your best masquerade mask and win prizes from our amazing vendors! All Night Drink & Food Specials… this is a must!
In season one of House of Cards, Zoe Barnes lived in a scuzzy apartment in a bad part of town. Now that apartment could be yours!
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Baltimore already has some amazing monuments: the bust of Frank Zappa; the giant golden hand at the American Visionary Art Museum; the Edgar Allan Poe statue that my friend swears has an, um, unusual physical attribute (check it out for yourself sometime). Read More →
Retired couple Benjamin and Mary Beth Glover have lived in virtually every corner of the United States until deciding several years ago to construct a retirement home in a suburb of San Antonio. An unfortunate downturn in the Texas residential housing market, which caused tremendous financial stress, forced them to scrap these plans and re-focus on options available in the Baltimore market. The Glover’s are now part of a growing “renters by choice” movement which provides them with the flexibility, available capital and preferred home style to meet their lifestyle. Read More →
As 2015 ended, regulars mourned last call at Doughtery’s Pub in Mt. Vernon. But the space on W. Chase St. won’t remain without beer for long. Read More →
Hot House: 123 West Read Street, Mt. Vernon, Baltimore, MD 21201
Semi-detached, Federal-style townhouse with mansard detail, circa 1900, in red brick with recent rubber roof. 2,524 sq. ft over four floors with 6 bedrooms, 3 full baths, kitchen with stainless steel/granite counter and breakfast bar, living/dining room, large master bedroom suite. Hardwood floors throughout, 4 fireplaces, central a/c, basement: $399,900 (price recently reduced) Read More →
The 44th annual Downtown Partnership Monument Lighting will take place Thursday, December 3, 2015 from 5-8pm. The Monument Lighting will feature local entertainers, a Chick-Fil-A Inner Harbor Kid’s Corner, and a spectacular fireworks display and laser show. Kick off the season at the region’s longest running holiday tradition and 10,000 of your jolly neighbors. This year’s lighter will include a special family from the Ronald McDonald House.
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Sharp Dressed Man provides well-tailored, gently worn business attire to men who’ve been recently released from prison, and who are reentering the workforce. Sure, many people coming out of prison face much greater obstacles than the question of what to wear to a potential job interview—but at the same time, being able to look the part can have a tremendous impact on how potential employers or landlords view someone, as well as how he views himself. Of course, Sharp Dressed man depends on the donations of folks who have a little extra—so if you’ve just gotten a pair of new dress shoes and think you could part with your old ones—this is the best possible place to send them. There certainly is plenty of need, and a whole lot of gratitude. Click to read more of the original post.
The skies above Baltimore will light up again on Thursday night, Dec. 3, as the annual Monument Lighting welcomes the holiday season. Read More →
Before the Secret Garden officially opened on the stage Friday night, Center Stage pulled back the curtain on plans for renovations at the theater’s longtime home on Calvert St. in Mt. Vernon. In the theater’s upper room, Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah told a crowd of political and business leaders that Center Stage has already raised $21.5 million of the $32 million necessary to complete the project. Read More →
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