Formstone, the hand-sculpted building facade that was invented and popularized in the Baltimore region, would be banned from use by the city's proposed zoning code overhaul. All front and side facades of new rowhouses would need to be "modular clay brick," in colors "consistent with Baltimore traditions" if the new zoning code were approved.
More than 30 Baltimore chefs have been lined up for the third annual Farm to Chef culinary competition. Produced by the American Institute of Wine & Food Baltimore chapter, the event partners chefs with local farms to create recipes using locally grown ingredients.
More than 30 Baltimore chefs have been lined up for the 3rd annual Farm to Chef culinary competition. The event, produced by the American Institute of Wine & Food Baltimore chapter, partners chefs with local farms to create recipes for the 300 guests.
Mr. Rain's Fun House, the restaurant at the American Visionary Art Museum, is offering a three-course fixed-price dinner every Thursday night for duration of Flick from the Hill, the museum's free outdoor movie series. This Thursday's film is the 1979 gem "Breaking Away."
Dozens of Independence Day parades were held Wednesday in Maryland, from do-it-yourself affairs consisting of three kids on bikes and a little red wagon to larger events popular enough to cause traffic jams.
With both ends of the bad-weather spectrum — thunderstorms and scorching heat — looming in the forecast, Towson Fourth of July parade organizers were given a warm, breezy morning to put on its annual show for the community.
The Fallston High School (FHS) PTSA Post Prom Committee thanks the FHS parents, the faculty and staff, the administration, the many volunteers, and the Harford County community for their support in making the 2012 FHS Post Prom party a success!
Baltimore's Contemporary Museum, which abruptly announced it was suspending operations last week, vows to return. But it will be to an increasingly crowded field, with everyone from the established Baltimore Museum of Art to new galleries in emerging arts districts expanding the number of venues to see current art.
Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock: For the past three years, the Howard County Conservancy has served as host for a juried "Art of Stewardship" exhibit that commences in January with a call to artists and concludes in April with an awards reception and auction. This year, the show's theme, "All Things Round," focuses on the delightful, spherical properties of nature.
Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock: The Howard County Conservancy would like to invite nature lovers of all ages to experience this season of renewal during a free Wonder Walk, "Hike to the River: Signs of Spring," scheduled for April 14 10 a.m.
Sol Goodman, a retired auto leasing and sales executive who wrote poetry that spoke of the joys of living in Baltimore, died of kidney failure Feb. 18 at the Sunrise Assisted Living in Pikesville. The longtime Mount Vernon resident was 88.
There was a Lorax made of chocolate and sushi made of Peeps marshmallow candy, but the star of the 19th annual Edible Art Exhibit at Towson High on Feb. 21 was the Cat in the Hat portrait composed of M&Ms.