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  • Lease to purchase townhouse development proposed for Lansdowne community

    Lease to purchase townhouse development proposed for Lansdowne community
    The clock is now officially ticking for a proposed development that would add 54 townhouses to the Riverview community in Lansdowne. Last week's meeting at the Lansdowne Library between representatives of Pax Edwards and Enterprise Homes, the co-...
  • Gavel is passed to new president of middle school's PTSA [Rodgers Forge]

    Congratulations to the 2013-2014 PTSA executive officers at Dumbarton Middle School. These wonderful parents are Amy Kline, president; Ellen Sheridan, 1st vice-president; Jessica Gregg, 2nd vice-president; Heidi Bunes, treasurer; and Sally Mogilnicki,...
  • Therapy gardens at homes and hospitals sprout up as their healing qualities are understood

    Therapy gardens at homes and hospitals sprout up as their healing qualities are understood
    Virginia Thorndike strolls through the garden in front of her Monkton home each morning, carefully observing the ways the flowers have changed from the previous day. She sums up the feeling that overcomes her: "Gratitude." Thorndike designed her...
  • Building schools, building communities

    Building schools, building communities
    The $1.2 billion approved by the Maryland General Assembly for city school construction is a historic opportunity for transformation in Baltimore. But if, after 10 years, the outcome is just new schools, we will have missed a once-in-a-lifetime...
  • Thirty-story apartment building near downtown arena proposed

    Thirty-story apartment building near downtown arena proposed
    Owings Mills-based developer David S. Brown Enterprises Ltd. plans to construct a 30-story mixed-use building on West Baltimore Street on the eastern edge of the University of Maryland, Baltimore campus. A parking structure and four-story building would...
  • Up on the roof: Baltimore's best decks are sky-high

    Up on the roof: Baltimore's best decks are sky-high
    When Greg and Heidi Bathon gaze out over the rail of their Federal Hill deck, they have a breathtaking view of the city, from the stadiums to the harbor and beyond. But when they turn around, their view of the deck itself is just as compelling. Greg...
  • With modern dorm on North Ave., MICA creates residential hub for students

    With modern dorm on North Ave., MICA creates residential hub for students
    When the architects at the Baltimore firm Hord Coplan Macht were hired in the spring of 2012 to design a new dormitory for the Maryland Institute College of Art, they had to act quickly: Students were scheduled to move into the building in less than a...
  • Thumbs down on MICA dorm

    Thumbs down on MICA dorm
    Those of us who own houses in Bolton Hill can't even paint our front doors without permission on color choice, and yet the Maryland Institute College of Art can build whatever it pleases ("With modern dorm on North Ave., MICA creates residential hub for...
  • Downtown Annapolis' charm is at risk

    A dispute over zoning at the Annapolis City Dock may lead to unintended consequences detrimental to the long-term vitality of our community. In her column on July 12 ("Annapolis whiffs on City Dock again"), Susan Reimer called the Save Annapolis Coalition...
  • Sourcefire founder: Cisco deal is 'a good match'

    Sourcefire founder: Cisco deal is 'a good match'
    Who would have guessed 15 years ago that Martin Roesch's free computer network-security program would turn into a $2.7 billion deal? Roesch used the no-cost software he developed in 1998 — called Snort because it sniffs out trouble — as...
  • Washington 'green paint' vandal upsets regional tourists

    Washington 'green paint' vandal upsets regional tourists
    On his first trip to Washington, Austin Jarvis most wanted to visit the Lincoln Memorial, so the 11-year-old from Georgia was displeased when he and his family had to settle for an obstructed view. Five preservationists stood on three tiers of...
  • Lazarus' legacy of great architecture

    Lazarus' legacy of great architecture
    Fred Lazarus has made many great contributions to Baltimore, but perhaps one of his lesser known and appreciated ones is raising the bar for high quality architectural design, as represented by the Brown Center and the Gateway student dorm building on the...