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Dean Hochman, founder of Baltimore's Ms. Desserts whose cakes ---and especially her carrot cake ---- won wide acclaim up and down the East Coast, died Jan. 3 of cancer at her home in Santa Cruz, Calif. She was 72.
Martin L. Millspaugh Jr., who shaped the redevelopment of downtown Baltimore from the demolition of the old O’Neill’s department store through the Inner Harbor, died of cancer Tuesday at Roland Park Place.
I had just finished work in downtown Baltimore the other night and was headed back to my midtown apartment on my 10-speed when I spied a group of sidewalk evangelists up ahead at Calvert and Pratt streets spouting homophobic speech. Could this really be happening in 2018?
As GBC chair, I will work on several new initiatives. First, we will address the future of the Pimlico Race Course, home of the Preakness Stakes. Second, we will tackle an expanded Baltimore Convention Center, the state of Maryland’s largest convention venue.
The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore says it has received permits to add a traffic lane to the 200 block of Pratt Street, removing a section of sidewalk and relocating a taxicab stand adjacent to the Gallery at Harborplace in the Inner Harbor.
Alice J.W. "Ajax" Eastman, an outspoken advocate in support of Maryland environmental issues, died Friday from complications of pneumonia at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 84.
Rosman has been a performer for more than 30 years, according to a Carroll Arts Center press release. His stage has often been the streets, but he’s also appeared on the “Late Show with David Letterman”, in Atlantic City, on major cruise ships, and in Las Vegas and Reno.