The house that once belonged to iconic Baltimore writer H.L. Mencken has been deteriorating for years and admirers believe it deserves a better fate.
New restaurants come to West Baltimore and Arundel Mills and a new (and controversial) fountain coming to Union Square are among the most-read business stories of the week. The list also includes the Baltimore Grand Prix receiving new management. The Top 5 business stories of the week are: 1. Panera Bread opening on W. Baltimore […]
Grand Prix deal gets OK Baltimore’s Board of Estimates voted 3-2 Wednesday to approve a contract with Downforce Racing LLC for the right to run the Baltimore Grand Prix for the next five years. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, City Solicitor George A. Nilson and Director of Public Works Alfred H. Foxx voted to approve the contract; Comptroller […]
Union Square activists are at odds over the removal of a fountain dedicated to H.L. Mencken in the historic park — and some are chafing because the $8,000 replacement, bought with funds from the neighborhood’s annual Christmas cookie tour, will not be rededicated to the stogie-chomping critic who lived in a rowhouse facing the square. […]
The corner of North Charles and Biddle streets has been buzzing with development energy lately. Workers are putting the final touches on 29 new apartments in the building that used to house the famous and exclusive Danny’s restaurant (home of the “whales” aka, soft shell crabs). The entrance to Danny’s at the corner that had […]