Compiled with input from readers and the newsroom, The Baltimore Sun’s list of 100 essential food experiences encompasses places people talk about, think about and come back to again and again and again.
The Baltimore housing department has a new framework for community development using targeted impact areas and new investment funds, under a plan to be released Wednesday by the Pugh administration. Commissioner Michael Braverman said the housing department is zeroed in on addressing blight.
Maria Ramirez, a 31-year-old assistant manager who began working at the restaurant shortly after it opened five years ago, was killed in a car accident Friday at a Southwest Baltimore shopping center, along with her 10-year-old son.
Four people — including a 13-year-old boy — were killed, and three others injured on a violent Halloween in Baltimore, police said, bringing to a close the second-most violent month of 2018, which saw more than a killing a day.
A man was shot to death in Southwest Baltimore on Wednesday, and a separate shooting in Hollins Market caused James McHenry Elementary/Middle School students to be kept in the building after dismissal on Halloween as a safety precaution, officials said.
Two of the Charm City Circulator’s routes will be suspended Thursday, and the other two will have limited service, as Baltimore transitions to a new vendor, which is still testing its buses for safety and has yet to finalize a contract with the city.
The Inner Harbor isn’t the only place in Baltimore that will be all lit up for Light City, the annual free lights festival returning this month. Neighborhood Lights, a series of illuminated visual or performance art projects installed in 14 city neighborhoods, is set to open this weekend.
University of Maryland, Baltimore is pumping $1.5 million into a program that encourages employees to buy homes in neighborhoods surrounding the institution’s West Baltimore academic and medical campuses.
Eviction, and the threat of eviction, weigh heavily on the lives of many of Baltimore's poorest tenants. They move from one ramshackle rental to the next, migrants in their own city, squeezed by rents that consume most of their meager incomes, intolerable housing conditions, a court system that advocates say is insufficiently responsive to their complaints, and a rate of eviction actions that is among the highest in the nation.
Take a pinch of adventure, add a dash of wanderlust and mix in opportunity. Blend in a passion for deliciousness and what does the recipe yield? For three chefs with Maryland ties — Duff Goldman, Michael Voltaggio and Ryan Coffey — the dish might be called California dreamin'.