Featured, Real Estate & Home

Port Covington Jogging Trails May Contain Recycled UA T-shirts

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 29, 2016 9:31am


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The master plan for Port Covington has received attention in recent months for everything from its enlightened approach to urban ecology and “high performance” design to perceived shortcomings such as a low percentage of affordable housing.

But during a presentation yesterday to the 1000 Friends of Maryland advocacy group, the developers acknowledged they are exploring one detail that could set the project apart.

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Featured, Schools

DeRay Mckesson Gets a Job (Not Mayor) in Baltimore

1 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 29, 2016 9:09am


DeRay Mckesson‘s bid to become Baltimore’s next mayor may have failed, but the Black Lives Matter activist will have a new job working for the city next year. Read More →


Wednesday Morning Headlines: Did Baltimore’s Unrest Bring About Change?; The 8 Neighborhoods Hosting Light City Baltimore Next Year; A Bike Path for the Entire East Coast; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jun 29, 2016 7:00am

Rioting makes no sense, but is it possible Baltimore’s unrest brought about some change? – Washington Post

A Bike Path for the Entire East Coast – CityLab

Jones, Kim, Davis Homer In Orioles’ 11-7 Win Over Padres – CBS Baltimore

Maryland’s First Responders Get Active Shooter Training – CBS Baltimore

Here are the 8 neighborhoods Light City Baltimore will have art projects in next year – BBJ

Rapper’s murder leaves peers with bleak outlook on Baltimore – Baltimore Sun


Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Officers Request Dismissal in Gray Case; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 6:07pm

Officers request dismissal in Gray case – Baltimore Sun

Local chef opening Mt. Vernon Marketplace’s newest store — BBJ

14-year-old shot in Baltimore — CBS Baltimore

New calls to investigate top prosecutor — Fox News


Hampden’s Summer Film Series Arrives with Independence Day

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 3:15pm

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Getting together in the neighborhood and catching an outdoor movie is one of the many joys of summer. In Hampden, Luigi’s is providing the screen, and even some grilled meats. Read More →

Money & Power

Helen Bentley: ‘I’m Still Right Here’

1 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 2:45pm

Helen Bentley

Helen Bentley

Reports circulated last week stating that Helen Bentley entered hospice. The statements were perhaps meant to indicate the former Congresswoman was nearing death, but Bentley had a strongly worded statement for all who would believe that this week. Read More →

Featured, Money & Power

Kevin Plank Believes ‘Local-for-Local’ Will Help Under Armour and Baltimore

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 2:00pm


Plans for Port Covington winding through the official city channels, but Kevin Plank’s vision for the South Baltimore neighborhood isn’t limited to development. Read More →

Featured, Pinehurst, Real Estate & Home

Lake Avenue Show House For Sale: If You Buy It, The BSO Will Decorate It…

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 11:45am

Hot House: 112 E. Lake Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21212

Southern style Colonial house, circa 1885, frame construction with side porches and front portico. Shingle roof. Six bedrooms, two full, two half baths, 4,281 sq.ft over three stories. Entrance hall, living room with fireplace, dining room, large kitchen, den with fireplace. Hardwood floors, original architectural features.  Central a/c.  1.44 acres with detached garage, mature plantings, swimming pool: $799,000


What: A big, old, welcoming house on Lake Avenue that sits well back from the road. It gets a lot of admiring glances, both for its big leafy yard and the gracious proportions that practically invite you onto the porch for a glass of ice tea. At the moment, it’s a little shabby inside, but the BSO has expressed interest in using the house for its 2017 Baltimore Symphony Decorators’ Show House. Besides being merely flattering, it has the potential to be a huge windfall, as some of Baltimore’s leading decorators will gladly remove old wallpaper (which there’s plenty of), paint, plaster and more to transform these empty rooms into AD-caliber spaces at their expense.  They just need to know by February, so they can start selling tickets. Read More →

Downtown, Food & Drink, Inner Harbor

Hot Dog Company Opens Office in Baltimore, Distributes Free Hot Dogs

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 10:30am


If you’re reading this between 11:30 AM and 2 PM on Tuesday, you should know that you’re missing out on the opportunity to get some free hot dogs. Read More →

Featured, Food & Drink

Das Bier Haus Is Already Planning to Expand

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 28, 2016 9:39am

Apparently, customers have an issue with the recently opened Das Bier Haus: “The number one complaint we receive is that it’s too busy,” co-owner Nate McKinney told SouthBMore.com. Read More →

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