A house divided: As family feuds, jazz great Cab Calloway’s former Baltimore home set for demolition
Razing the stretch of dilapidated rowhomes where the Cab Calloway spent his teenage years will make way for a park that supporters say will revitalize Druid Heights and honor Calloway’s legacy. But the musician’s descendants stand divided, some locked in a bitter dispute with park planners and leading last-ditch efforts to save the structure at 2216 Druid Hill Ave.
Snowballs. The chicken box. Lake trout. Some of Baltimore’s most identifiable foods come in containers made from polystyrene foam, known colloquially as styrofoam. So what will happen Saturday, when the white stuff is officially banned in city limits?
Symphonies need to establish relevance to communities, consultant says at meeting of BSO financial work group
Orchestras are discovering that to justify donor and governmental support, they must demonstrate their relevance, a consultant tells the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.