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  • Ouijacon celebrates 125 years of Ouija, brings it home to Baltimore

    Ouijacon celebrates 125 years of Ouija, brings it home to Baltimore
    Baltimore, home to "The Star-Spangled Banner," Babe Ruth, John Waters and (in spite of what Boston and Richmond may claim) Edgar Allan Poe. And also the Ouija board, that mysterious oracle whose Charm City origins are being celebrated at this weekend'...
  • Federal Hill rowhouse is traditional on the outside, modern and minimalist within

    Federal Hill rowhouse is traditional on the outside, modern and minimalist within
    Surprises increasingly await visitors to Federal Hill homes. Many of these houses date to the mid-19th century, and today, furnishings complementing their traditional facades are, for the most part, the norm. But residents are increasingly breaking from...
  • Meet Matthew Bosley: Finalist in the CCPS Business Challenge

    Meet Matthew Bosley: Finalist in the CCPS Business Challenge
    When Westminster High School senior Matthew Bosley was growing up he would always make his mom breakfast for Mother's Day, but it was admittedly never very good. As he got older, his breakfast-making skills improved, particularly in waffles. When...
  • Listen To Your Pastor: Rev. Westley West leads protests over the killing of Freddie Gray and has Baltimore youth behind him

    Listen To Your Pastor: Rev. Westley West leads protests over the killing of Freddie Gray and has Baltimore youth behind him
    They call it "organizing" for a reason. Around 6 p.m., Rev. Westley West—the pastor at Faith Empowered Ministries, a church close to Gilmor Homes, and something of a rising leader out of the protests surrounding Freddie Gray's death in the hands...
  • On second try, financing deal for Poppleton goes to City Council

    On second try, financing deal for Poppleton goes to City Council
    The Baltimore Board of Finance approved $58.3 million in public financing Monday for a long-stalled development in Poppleton, pushing forward a plan to use a tool associated with high-profile Inner Harbor projects to spur largely residential development...
  • Ashley Hess Named Branch Vice President of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Baltimore Inner Harbor Office

    Ashley Hess Named Branch Vice President of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Baltimore Inner Harbor Office
    Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has named Ashley Hess as the new Branch Vice President of the company's Baltimore Inner Harbor office. Hess has more than 12 years of real estate experience, including sales, relocation, business development, lead...
  • Water Wheel scoops 19 tons of Inner Harbor trash in one day

    Water Wheel scoops 19 tons of Inner Harbor trash in one day
    The Inner Harbor Water Wheel, the solar- and water-powered contraption that removes trash and debris from Baltimore's waterfront, collected a record 19 tons of waste on Monday, officials said. The Waterfront Partnership last spring launched the Water...
  • Five Questions for Galen Prisbrey, GM of Inner Harbor Shake Shack

    Five Questions for Galen Prisbrey, GM of Inner Harbor Shake Shack
    About two months into its opening, Shake Shack in the Inner Harbor is turning a brisk lunchtime business for tourists and office workers. Children, parents and men in suits pack into tables made of reclaimed bowling alley lanes. On the menu is the...
  • Irish take to the streets for 60th Baltimore St. Patrick's Day Parade

    Irish take to the streets for 60th Baltimore St. Patrick's Day Parade
    Bagpipers, step dancers and green-clad Irish celebrants of all sorts marched the streets Sunday in Baltimore's 60th St. Patrick's Day Parade. Children and adults lined the Charles Street sidewalks from the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon down to the...
  • Just a little bit of lacrosse across the Inner Harbor

    Just a little bit of lacrosse across the Inner Harbor
    Now that's a toss! Aided by a frozen-over Inner Harbor, lacrosse players Paul Rabil and Drew Westervelt played one heckuva game of catch recently, using their lacrosse sticks to toss a ball from one side of the harbor to the other. You can see their...
  • Five questions with Baltimore Public Markets Corp. executive director Robert Thomas

    Five questions with Baltimore Public Markets Corp. executive director Robert Thomas
    For decades Baltimore has wrestled with falling sales at its public markets. The biggest challenge: the "world famous" Lexington Market on the city's west side. The city has embarked on an effort to overhaul the market, hiring a consultant to hash out...