- 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.
- Kimberly Moffitt, the interim dean of College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), is using money from a $3 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to pursue her goal.
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- At 101 years of age, George Ellers seldom stands at attention. But let him hear the national anthem before a televised football game and the World War II veteran clamors to rise.
- Through archival research, panel discussions with nonprofit groups' leaders and business owners, students have created a timeline of Latino politics, history and food culture in Highlandtown from the 1980s to the 1990s.
- An Afro-Latinx and Spanish-language reimagining of Giacomo Puccini’s classic opera, “La Boheme,” comes to life with a new animated film available for streaming online Christmas Eve that involved Baltimore-area artists and opera singers.
- The current Baltimore Museum of Art exhibition, “A Modern Influence: Henry Matisse, Etta Cone, and Baltimore,” recalls the intimate relationship of the legendary art collecting Cone sisters who acquired more than 700 works by the famed French painter between 1906 and 1949.
- This spectacular house is the product of two visionaries: the architect Alfred DeVido and structural engineer Charles H. Thornton.