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  • Reisterstown library, staff going green

    The Reisterstown branch of the Baltimore County Public Library is going green. The branch is currently working on a number of projects for the coming months aimed at increasing environmental awareness, both at the library and within the community....
  • Op-Alt: The latest plans for a revamped McKeldin Plaza leave a few things out

    Op-Alt: The latest plans for a revamped McKeldin Plaza leave a few things out
    As previously reported by City Paper, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore (DPB)  is leading an effort to demolish the Inner Harbor’s McKeldin Fountain. The fountain is a monument to former Mayor and Governor Theodore McKeldin, and sits in a...
  • Terps coach Mark Turgeon confident Dez Wells will be second-round pick in NBA draft

    Terps coach Mark Turgeon confident Dez Wells will be second-round pick in NBA draft
    Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon said it's still too early to figure out where Dez Wells might go if selected in the NBA draft June 25, but he seems confident that his former star guard will be be picked in the second round. "On the...
  • Propaganda kitsch in the Baltimore Police Department's graphic design

    Propaganda kitsch in the Baltimore Police Department's graphic design
    Whether or not they know it, the Baltimore Police Department has been teetering toward a net art aesthetic on social media lately. To say that we're "into it" might be too strong, but our curiosity was piqued by images posted on Twitter and Instagram on...
  • Two Baltimore hotels get major upgrades

    Two Baltimore hotels get major upgrades
    Two Baltimore hotels have received major face-lifts just in time for the summer tourist season. The InterContinental Hotels Group announced on Thursday the opening of its first Hotel Indigo in Maryland, located at the former YMCA in Mount Vernon, and the...
  • Special Olympics' Flame of Hope to pass Baltimore this week

    Special Olympics' Flame of Hope to pass Baltimore this week
    The Unified Relay Across America, which will carry the Flame of Hope to the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, will pass Baltimore on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Tuesday, the torch will be carried from Mount Rainer to College Park from noon to 1...
  • New Mount Vernon hotel offers authentic Baltimore experience

    New Mount Vernon hotel offers authentic Baltimore experience
    The lobby furniture was arriving at the new Hotel Indigo, which is a very old and revered Mount Vernon neighborhood landmark. I stood by as the sofas and wing chairs arrived the day after the initial batch of guests had checked in. Could what I was seeing...
  • Baltimore hits new high for the year Thursday; more heat ahead

    Baltimore hits new high for the year Thursday; more heat ahead
    Temperatures surged to at least 93 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and 95 degrees downtown Thursday afternoon, the hottest marks at either location so far this year. The airport had hit 91 degrees May 28, while...
  • Renovated Babe Ruth Birthplace to reopen Friday

    Renovated Babe Ruth Birthplace to reopen Friday
    After an extensive renovation of its Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum on 216 Emory St., the Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation announced plans on Wednesday to reopen the baseball shrine Friday at 10 a.m. The renovation, which brings the attraction into compliance...
  • Baltimore to get a second water wheel to help harbor cleanup

    Baltimore is looking at getting a second trash-collecting water wheel. The Canton Water Wheel, which would be located at the Harris Creek outfall, is part of Waterfront Partnership's Healthy Harbor Initiative. The Waterfront Partnership says the wheel...
  • College Roundup: Navy baseball players earn ABCA and ECAC honors

    NAVY BASEBALL: Luke Gillingham and Sean Trent earned a pair of regional accolades from the ABCA and ECAC organizations. The junior left-handed pitcher and junior outfielder were selected to the East-ABCA/Rawlings First Team and ECAC Division I Second...