More than 200 people had signed up for the opportunity to take a “Sneak Peek” at the space that is home to the once and future Chesapeake Restaurant. The event, sponsored by 1000 Friends of Maryland, the citizens group promoting sound development practices across the state, was to mark the impending reopening of the long-vacant, storied restaurant at the corner of Charles and Lanvale streets in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. But it became an occasion to celebrate all that is lively and reawakening in this critical section of real estate at the center of the region.Read More »
On the corner of Charles Street and North Avenue, in a florist’s shop that has been in that location for 30 years, sits Vander Pearson, answering phones and taking orders.Read More »
After 33 years and grant awards totaling some $80 million, Timothy D. Armbruster looks back most fondly on a few thousand bucks he helped deliver to a few folks to start a farmers market in Baltimore’s Waverly neighborhood.Read More »
The 14-acre strip of land that some regard as the entry to Towson is under the microscope for possible redevelopment these days. Called the “golden triangle,” this small collection of food spots, small businesses and the Towson American Legion Post ...
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Could an abandoned parking lot soon be converted into an oasis of health? That’s what a group of northeast Baltimore residents are working on Thursday as they gathered to construct two large hoop house gardens amid the blight and vacant ...Read More »
The former owner of the Senator Theatre has agreed not to go near the historic movie house or the Charles Theater for six months in the wake of a threatening outburst July 14 just before the midnight show of “Harry ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — A burgeoning arts and entertainment district in Baltimore is the focus of a new grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, along with public-private partnerships in New Orleans and elsewhere. The endowment is announcing its inaugural round ...Read More »