Apparently, Maryland lawmakers don’t like cownose ray hunts much, either.
Friday Morning Headlines: Md. Teacher of the Year Achieves Milestone as National Finalist; Body Found in Daisy Field; and More
Police find body in Southwest Baltimore park – Baltimore Sun
Six years in, the Oyster Recovery Partnership’s shell recycling program is a success, thanks in no small part to Maryland’s seafood restaurants.
Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah, Baltimore – holiday week is upon us! It’s time to celebrate, both at home and in restaurants. And with openings, reopenings and other happy news, there is a lot to celebrate in the Baltimore restaurant world this week.
Here’s a look at what’s happening in and around Baltimore this week:
With Thanksgiving coming up on Thursday and the holidays fast approaching, Baltimoreans are getting busy with parties, family gatherings and other festivities.
As a result, local restaurants are only hosting a few special events this coming week – they’re likely to be packed no matter what. But don’t worry, there are still enough events popping up to keep you occupied all week long. Read More →
It’s Friday, Baltimore. No matter how you feel about the results of Tuesday’s election, you’re probably ready for a distraction from the news. Fortunately, local restaurants are here for you. Here’s what they have on tap this week: Read More →
Who says a spent oyster shell is merely trash? For 10 baby oysters, that shell might be a new house. That’s the inspiration behind an ongoing collaboration between the Baltimore City Department of Public Works and the Oyster Recovery Partnership.
This week, Baltimore’s restaurants are giving us a brief breather, between the flurry of activity that was Fleet Week and all the Halloween-related festivities we can expect next week. That said, though the schedule for the week is a little quieter than usual, there’s still plenty of exciting news and fun events to keep Baltimore’s food lovers busy. Read More →
Local restaurants are showing off their creative spirits this week, with a slew of new events and campaigns that are fun and offer something a little different than the usual dinner out. Here’s a look at what’s in store for Baltimore food lovers this week: Read More →
The Inner Harbor is farming more oysters, but not to eat. This morning, Harbor East Marina staff placed 25 cages along the promenade wall to help clean up the harbor’s murky waters.
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