- Baltimore transportation officials are in the early stages of discussing new safety restrictions for restaurants that have expanded their outdoor dining operations after a driver crashed into a Federal Hill cafe’s outdoor patio.
- Lillian B. Hackerman, whose Baltimore-area philanthropic interests that she shared with her late husband, construction company executive Willard Hackerman, ranged from educational to cultural, medical and religious institutions, died Sunday. She was 100.
- Keyia Yalcin, owner of Fishnet in Mount Vernon Marketplace, has launched a special on Baltimore’s iconic dish - lake trout - with a portion of the proceeds going to support Just Call Me Chef.
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- The playlist will feature at least 50 artists who are either from Baltimore or otherwise have connections to the city's robust and diverse music scene.
- A handwritten letter in which author Edgar Allan Poe politely pleads for $40 from a Philadelphia editor sold at an online auction this month for a sum that would make even the tell-tale heart skip a beat: $125,125.
- Baltimore natives and actors Julie Bowen and Lance Reddick are in a web video that seems to be an advertisement for a luxury car ad, But we can't get past the accents.
- The coronavirus pandemic has changed how people will handle Halloween celebrations and trick-or-treating this year, but there are still plenty of activities in Harford County this spooky season for both children and adults to enjoy the next two weekends.
- The pandemic’s altered some of your favorite fall activities, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the season at home or in socially distant person. Consider these activities as you plan out your perfect fall week.
- Michael Cranston Warlow, a retired attorney who was active in The Young Victorian Theatre Company, died of complications of Lewy body dementia and Parkinsonism on Oct.1 at the Keswick Multi-Care Center. The Woodbrook resident was 76.
- The Waterfront Partnership announced Tuesday morning that the ice rink will not be accessible in efforts to eliminate the possibility of large groups of people from gathering.
- Designed as an “interpretive pavilion sculpted to symbolize the historic forces of racialized state violence,” the art installation “Society’s Cage” opens Monday at Baltimore’s War Memorial Plaza.
- The series brings breweries across the state together for a series of collaborative beers that will benefit the Brewers Association of Maryland, which lost significant revenue due to not being able to have their two signature public beer festivals in 2020.
- Sinclair Broadcast Group, the Hunt Valley-based TV station owner and operator, will remove commentary in its latest “America This Week” program that dismisses mask-wearing as way to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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