ESPN Documentary to Spotlight Dunbar’s Legendary ’81-83 Basketball Team

0 Written by: | Friday, Jul 21, 2017 3:58pm

Still via YouTube/Maryland Public Television

The historic basketball program at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School is getting the national spotlight again, courtesy of ESPN.

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Police Mistake 10-Year-Old Boy’s Eczema for Gunshot Graze Wound

0 Written by: | Monday, Jun 19, 2017 4:05pm

Photo via Wikimedia Commons

In a rare move yesterday, police dramatically upgraded a 10-year-old boy’s condition following a shooting in East Baltimore after realizing they’d misdiagnosed the boy’s eczema for a gunshot wound.

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Culture, Featured, Lifeline

In Formstone Portraits, MICA Grad Student Captures Faces of Gentrification in East Baltimore

0 Written by: | Monday, Apr 24, 2017 9:53am

Portraits from “Facing Change,” by MICA graduate student Ben Hamburger.

For longtime dwellers of the neighborhoods around Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Dunbar-Broadway, the differences between their streets today and a decade ago are night-and-day. Amid razing of building and rapid redevelopment by Hopkins in East Baltimore, the structures they once occupied have been torn down and replaced, leaving behind piles of formstone debris.

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Lifeline, Real Estate & Home

Video: Take a Tour of Cutty’s Old Boxing Gym from ‘The Wire’

0 Written by: | Monday, Mar 20, 2017 1:54pm

Have you ever wondered what’s left of Cutty’s boxing gym from “The Wire,” or even what it may have been before it was a training ground for fictional West Baltimore youngsters? A recent tour of the building by filmmaker and YouTuber Dan Bell offers some insight.

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Featured, Lifeline

Abell Foundation Report Suggests ‘Safe Consumption Spaces’ for Baltimore’s Drug Users

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Feb 21, 2017 11:21am

Photo via Wikimedia Commons

A new report published by the Baltimore-based Abell Foundation suggests the city take a page out of other countries’ books and establish designated drug consumption spaces in East and West Baltimore to reduce overdoses, HIV infections and crime and promote addiction treatment.

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Top Stories: Housing and Care Facility Planned for Young Adult Cancer Patients in East Baltimore, Clayworks Plans to Sell At Least One of its Buildings, Developer Backs Out of Cross Street Market Deal

0 Written by: | Friday, Feb 10, 2017 5:10pm

Our most widely read story this week was Ed Gunts’ Monday real estate column, which led with the Ulman Cancer Fund’s plans to connect six East Baltimore row houses and turn them into lodging for young adult cancer patients. At present, crews are renovating the six vacant homes in the 2100 block of E. Madison Street in the EBDI Area. If all goes well with construction, by fall 2017 they’ll become the The UCF House, described as a “home away from home” for cancer patients ages 15 to 39. The planned facility will contain eight family suites, communal and dining spaces, a fitness area, a relaxation space, a library, a backyard and a roof deck.

Here were Baltimore Fishbowl’s other most popular stories from last Saturday through today:

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Top Stories This Week: Tragic Discovery of Man’s Body in Harbor, Charles Barkley Angers Crowd in East Baltimore, Camden Yards Gets LED Lights

0 Written by: | Friday, Dec 02, 2016 5:52pm


Our most-read story this week was the sad report of a man’s body being found on Thursday in the harbor near Fells Point. Police were quickly able to identify it as Michael Bagley, a 23-year-old Baltimore resident who went missing about a block away in the neighborhood 12 days earlier. Bagley attended high school at Loyola Blakefield prep school in Towson and graduated from Loyola University Maryland here in Baltimore earlier this year.

Here were the other most well-read posts during the week of Nov. 26-Dec. 2:

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Lawyer for Tutor Accused of Assaulting 7-Year-Old Says Police Didn’t Thoroughly Investigate

0 Written by: | Friday, Dec 02, 2016 12:40pm

Timothy Randall Korr, Courtesy BPD

Timothy Randall Korr, Courtesy BPD

An attorney for Timothy Randall Korr, the 25-year-old former charter school employee charged with assaulting a 7-year-old boy, has offered up his client’s account of what happened at City Springs Elementary/Middle School on Monday.

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Lifeline, Schools

Assistant Teacher Charged with Assaulting East Baltimore Elementary Schooler

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016 12:16pm

Courtesy Google Maps/Streetview

The front of the school, Courtesy Google Maps/Streetview

A 7-year-old Baltimore elementary school student is in the hospital after his parents say an assistant teacher threw him against a wall while taking him to the office.

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Friday Morning Headlines: Calvert Hall Wins 97th Turkey Bowl; Officer Identified in West Baltimore Police-Involved Shooting; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, Nov 25, 2016 7:24am

What’s next for Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake? – The Baltimore Sun

Officer Identified In West Baltimore Police-Involved Shooting – CBS Baltimore

Charles Barkley’s criticism of residents turns ugly at East Baltimore church – The Undefeated

University of Baltimore’s student incubator revamped to encourage ‘entrepreneurs to be more collaborative’ – BBJ

Calvert Hall Cardinals top Loyola Dons in third straight Turkey Bowl – ABC2

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