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  • New carousel coming to Inner Harbor

    New carousel coming to Inner Harbor
    Nearly a year after the Inner Harbor's historic carousel was ordered to move over unpaid bills, the city has struck a deal with a new merry-go-round operator. Charm City Carousel Entertainment LLC, of Stevensville, will bring a new carousel to the city'...
  • A proposal on 34th Street

    A proposal on 34th Street
    It's an especially wonderful time of the year for a young Baltimore couple. On Dec. 12 (or 12/12/12), Joshua Hager, 26, proposed to his girlfriend, Kate MacDonald, 27, in front of a Baltimore-themed house on 34th Street in Hampden, which is well-known for...
  • Food trucks rallying all weekend long

    Food trucks rallying all weekend long
    Baltimore's fleet of food trucks are rallying again this weekend. The series of weekly food truck rallies known as the Gathering will convene, for the first time, on the Sinai Hospital campus. The trucks will gather from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday at...
  • Looking for ways to improve Inner Harbor

    Looking for ways to improve Inner Harbor
    City leaders hope that by this time next year they'll have returned from Annapolis with funds to put toward making the Inner Harbor what its original designers intended it to be — "a playground for Baltimoreans." "The city has changed so much...
  • Northwest Middle School parent volunteer to be honored among state's best

    Joanie Mayle, a parent and volunteer at Northwest Middle School, is among the 24 semifinalists for the 2013 Parent Involvement Matters Award in Maryland, it was announced Monday. The Parent Involvement Matters Award Program is the nation's first...
  • Hopkins' Nobel winner Riess to speak at Baltimore synagogue Sunday

    Hopkins' Nobel winner Riess to speak at Baltimore synagogue Sunday
    Adam Riess, the Nobel Prize-winning astronomy professor at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss the expansion of the universe and its mysteries in an event at Bolton Street Synagogue on Sunday. Riess will present and lead a discussion titled...
  • Inner Harbor site approved for Du Burns statue

    Inner Harbor site approved for Du Burns statue
    A bronze statue of Baltimore's first African-American mayor can join a statue of former Mayor William Donald Schaefer on the west shore of the Inner Harbor, a municipal panel ruled Wednesday. Baltimore's Public Art Commission voted 6-0 to allow a city-...
  • Tuesday rainfall totals top 2 inches in some areas

    Tuesday rainfall totals top 2 inches in some areas
    Heavy rains dropped more than 1.5 inches on parts of Howard, Carroll and Baltimore counties Tuesday, prompting flood warnings. The heaviest rains fell to the northwest of the Interstate 95 corridor, along a stretch from western Montgomery County to the...
  • Some areas beat freeze mark, others miss in weekend chill

    Some areas beat freeze mark, others miss in weekend chill
    Freezing temperatures were warned for much of Maryland on Saturday morning, but it didn't get quite that cold in areas within several miles of the Chesapeake Bay. Further from the water, though, temperatures were much colder. At BWI Marshall Airport,...
  • Roland Park-based artist stages Stilt-a-thon downtown

    Roland Park-based artist stages Stilt-a-thon downtown
    Remington resident Jacqueline Robarge spent a day off walking shakily on stilts at Rash Field at the Inner Harbor Sunday, Oct. 21. Robarge, 45, who is director of a nonprofit that works with prostitutes and incarcerated woman said that while she "can...
  • A 'classical revolution' is spreading in Baltimore

    A 'classical revolution' is spreading in Baltimore
    It was a quiet night for a revolution. People at the bar in Joe Squared Station North sat huddled over drinks and conversations. Folks occasionally strolled in to pick up pizza orders or headed to dining tables in the back. Few even glanced at the...
  • The Bridge to reunite on Saturday for Believe in Music foundation

    The Bridge to reunite on Saturday for Believe in Music foundation
    Even after breaking up, the Bridge can't let fall pass by without taking a Baltimore stage. The roots-rock six-piece, which broke up last November after its annual Thanksgiving Eve headlining show at Rams Head Live, will reunite for one night only on...