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  • Watching progress on former Centre Theatre on North Avenue

    Watching progress on former Centre Theatre on North Avenue
    After spending a few hours inside the former Centre Theatre on North Avenue, I had no trouble envisioning its dazzling future. What had been a partially roofless, water-saturated spongy mess of wet plaster is now thoroughly cleaned, a shell full of...
  • Comfortable weather, late hours draw big crowds to Artscape

    Comfortable weather, late hours draw big crowds to Artscape
    People at Artscape stared at the group of dancers in a small pocket park. A man in a tucked-in checkered shirt twirled his fingers, a woman in a red bandana danced the hula and a boy in an Outkast T-shirt moved his hips. Yet there was no music in the...
  • People's Community Health Centers to close in Baltimore, Arundel

    People's Community Health Centers to close in Baltimore, Arundel
    A nonprofit health clinic that serves more than 11,000 low-income clients at centers in Baltimore and Anne Arundel County is closing its doors at the end of the month. Stacy C. Fruhling, interim CEO of People's Community Health Centers, blamed the...
  • City Council approvals tax breaks to spur Baltimore development

    City Council approvals tax breaks to spur Baltimore development
    Developers are set to receive tax credits designed to spur the construction of new apartments and homes in Baltimore under legislation the City Council approved Monday. The tax credits, which received no opposition from the council, are part of a plan by...
  • People's health clinics attempt to stave off closure

    People's health clinics attempt to stave off closure
    Officials with the financially troubled People's Community Health Centers say they are trying to keep their doors open — even as other clinics are preparing to absorb their patients. At a small midday rally Monday in Brooklyn Park, Dr. Carlos...
  • 'Anchor' collaboration will move city forward [Commentary]

    'Anchor' collaboration will move city forward [Commentary]
    When Baltimore's government, colleges, businesses, non-profits, arts institutions and citizens work together, the city's future comes into more distinct focus. It is a future where creativity and innovation are competitive advantages, where our culture...
  • Vinny Vegas tames the 'Whale'

    Vinny Vegas tames the 'Whale'
    Names are not what they seem for the Baltimore rock quintet Vinny Vegas. Start with the band's name: It is not the alter ego of lead singer Scott Siskind, but rather an obscure reference to a professional wrestler from the early '90s. Then there's the...
  • Marble steps reused as gathering place

    Marble steps reused as gathering place
    Alice Johnson noticed the checker boards that recently popped up behind her house, a neat brick rowhouse in the Barclay neighborhood of Baltimore. "People will definitely use them," she said. "I play. I wish I could play chess, too." She should have...
  • People's health clinics officially close their doors

    People's health clinics officially close their doors
    The financially troubled People's Community Health Centers closed its five clinics serving low-income Marylanders on Monday. The organization had announced plans to shut the doors at the end of June, though as recently as last week officials were...
  • Arts prize to launch pig-festooned weather station, city's tallest mural

    Arts prize to launch pig-festooned weather station, city's tallest mural
    Five community art projects, including a sculptural weather station featuring a giant pig, a children's garden full of upward-growing, kinetic "sculptures" and Baltimore's tallest mural, will begin transforming some of Baltimore's underused public...
  • Two brothers, two Baltimores [Commentary]

    Two brothers, two Baltimores [Commentary]
    I returned to my old community of West Baltimore, under the shadow of Bon Secours Hospital near the intersection of West Fayette and North Payson streets, to visit a native I had not seen for three decades. David Brown, who lived across the alley from...