- Plants need to be fairly close to a window to make use of its ambient light; displayed too far from even a well-lit window, they may not collect enough energy for long-term health.
- It’s often said that people going to a Maryland oyster roast stop eating the day before. They want to secure the proper appetite for what awaits them.
- This is one of several Queen Style Victorian houses along North Roland Avenue between Northern Parkway and Lake Avenue that have inspired several Christmas card designs and at least one dollhouse.
- Helping Up Mission, one of Baltimore city’s oldest non-profits, provides shelter and services to about 5,000 men each day.
- She was born Ellen Naomi Cohen in Baltimore, and moved with her family to Northwest Baltimore’s Forest Park where she attended Forest Park High School.
- Covington House is named after its first owner, James Harry Covington, a former Maryland congressman, chief justice of the federal court in Washington, D.C. and co-founder of the international law firm, Covington & Burling.
- The East Baltimore Historical Museum opens in April in three historic row houses, the culmination of nearly three decades of work to preserve the history of a neighborhood demolished in the late 20th century for an urban renewal project.
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- A key component is the forthcoming Ashley Minner Collection at the University of Maryland Baltimore, County.
- This spacious 19th century Federal Hill rowhouse with waterfront views combines what formerly were two residences into one: an original, end-of-unit house and its diminutive neighbor at 201 1/2 E. Montgomery St.