- Gary Bonner, 55, is the executive director of a nonprofit social enterprise called PCs for People. Since last summer, Bonner began leading an initiative to help close the digital divide in Baltimore.
- Two community associations and a proactive core of homeowners are bent on maintaining their quality of life.
- A few years ago, Parkville resident Daniel Dean became fascinated with a site at Marshy Point Nature Center in Baltimore County.
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- This is a modern-day palace that will leave your visitors gaping in awe from the moment they approach the front door.
- Ricardo Ortiz took his talent as a political journalist in Mexico to Baltimore, becoming an organizer with CASA and documenting important moments for the Latino community
- In a time of isolation and racial unrest, people in the Black community are tapping into a yoga to get a sense of reprieve. Within the past year, teachers say they have seen an increasing number of Black men and women either practicing yoga or working to become instructors.
- The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated long-standing housing struggles for Latino residents, who often earn minimum or subminimum wages in a city where the median rent is unaffordable for them. Many are months behind on rent and fearing eviction.
- The Orioles welcomed fans back to Camden Yards for the first time in more than 18 months on Thursday, with an announced crowd of 10,150 fans declared a sellout as the team tired to adhere to its own health and safety guidelines.
- Popcorn, mixers and lake trout are just some of the delicious offerings available Sunday mornings from 7 a.m. to noon beneath the Jones Falls Expressway at Holliday and Saratoga streets.
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- The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission has faced scrutiny and lawsuits after the first 15 companies chosen in 2016 to grow cannabis were all white-owned.
- Stunningly beautiful historic townhouse once played host to the 19th century Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1891.
- John Foster, chief operating officer for Fearless, a $40 million Baltimore-based company, partners with area companies working with marginalized communities and students.
- Erica Cegelski has heard all the questions from first-time clients. Must I smoke it? Will I hallucinate? Can I be arrested for carrying it?