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  • Timothy M. Hillman, beer expert

    Timothy M. Hillman, beer expert
    Timothy Michael Hillman, who had been beer manager at The Wine Source in Hampden and its predecessor for two decades and was a knowledgeable and enthusiastic supporter of Baltimore's craft beer movement and microbreweries, died Sunday of a heart attack at...
  • This 'Taming of the Shrew' is an untamed lawn party

    This 'Taming of the Shrew' is an untamed lawn party
    "The Taming of the Shrew" is such an unruly romantic comedy that there are advantages to staging it outdoors, where the running argument between a man and woman leads to some actual running. Although the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory production literally...
  • Hampden summer camp ends with High School Musical

    Hampden summer camp ends with High School Musical
    There was pre-show pandemonium in the dressing room — really, the computer room ­­ —as children and youths prepared to stage “High School Musical” Friday, culminating the Roosevelt Recreation Center 2012 Performing Arts Camp in...
  • The more things change, the more they stay the same in Hampden

    Recently, I acquired a stack of old Baltimore history and guide books. I love going through these books, looking at old pictures of the city, and specifically, Hampden, and reading up on what folks said about things years ago. While thumbing through a...
  • St. Thomas Aquinas principal retires

    When students return to St. Thomas Aquinas on Aug. 27, Sister Marie Rose Gusatus won't be leading the longtime Catholic school in Hampden. Gustatus, one of the last remaining nuns to serve as principal of a Catholic school in the Archdiocese of...
  • City councilwoman presses BGE for 'preventive medicine' before storm emergencies

    City councilwoman presses BGE for 'preventive medicine' before storm emergencies
    A city councilwoman is calling on Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. to appear before the council to explain its slow response to June's derecho storm and to address underlying grid and tree canopy problems that contributed to widespread power outages....
  • New brewery opens in Hampden area

    New brewery opens in Hampden area
    Graphic designer Jon Zerivitz was tired of being stuck at a computer for up to 12 hours a day as a contractor forT. Rowe Price. "I needed a hobby," Zerivitz said. Indulging a longtime passion for beer, he went to the Maryland Homebrew store in...
  • New Baltimore Street stop serves up good burgers

    New Baltimore Street stop serves up good burgers
    Gourmet burger joints have been popping up all over town. Some of them are regional and national chains like Five Guys Burger and Fries and Bobby's Burger Palace. A few independently owned burger boutiques like Baltimore Burger Bar in Hampden and Burger...
  • Pastor of Hampden church celebrates 20 years in ministry

    Pastor of Hampden church celebrates 20 years in ministry
    "Hello, my name is Robin Johnson, and I'm the pastor here." That's how the Rev. Robin Johnson, longtime spiritual leader of Hampden United Methodist Church and founder of the church's popular Emmanuel's Rock social club for youths, introduced himself at...
  • Roosevelt Park starts summer with pool party

    Roosevelt Park starts summer with pool party
    Omar Ibrahim, a relative newcomer to Hampden, went to the Roosevelt Park pool for the first time Saturday, and was impressed that it cost only $2 to get in. The next day, Ibrahim came back with his three children — not knowing it was Friends and...
  • Vampire developers devour city farms

    Vampire developers devour city farms
    Let's see: Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Baltimore City can choose between the greedy developers with millions of "green" tax dollars stuffed in their pockets — or the generous Baltimore Free Farmers, who provide green vegetables to feed the...
  • Baltimore Free Farm bids on city-owned lots

    Baltimore Free Farm bids on city-owned lots
    Urban farmers are complaining about the city's plan to sell two lots that are part of an ambitious community garden on a working class street in Hampden. But they are also trying to buy the lots to prevent them from being developed. Baltimore...