Residents of Highfield House mark its 50th year
Residents of the 50-year-old Highfield House, a National Register of Historic Places landmark at 4000 N. Charles St., are marking their home's five decades with a plaque unveiling.
Vibrant works from Sondheim Prize finalists
Exhibit of work by seven finalists for $25,000 Sondheim Artscape Prize provides multi-sensory experience.
Insurer, beauty products maker plan to relocate headquarters to Baltimore
The Annapolis-based Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund will move its headquarters to Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood next fall, bringing its 240-person workforce to the expanding McHenry Row mixed-use project, the company announced Monday.
Beauty company brings nearly 70 employees to new Charles Street offices
A unit of an international beauty company will relocate from Hanover to Baltimore City this summer, occupying nearly 15,000 square feet in a Charles Street building owned by attorney Peter Angelos.
At the Mechanic, a tragedy in two acts
Baltimore's mayor fails to respect CHAP, preserve downtown history
After graduation, street artist Gaia takes flight
Gaia uses hybrid creatures and historical figures to revitalize worn-out urban sites
Charles Street could use a little TLC
A triumph at 50
Sun rises again for the versatile daybed
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Taking furniture in fresh directions
It's only 43, but already it's historic - it's Highfield House
The past imperfect
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Touring the towns: Unusual themes and informative guides peel away the predictable and offer a less-traveled view of three great American cities Chicago: Cruise : On a river excursion, you can see the Windy City's most famous buildings.
They're back! BMA reopening 19 redesigned galleries Art: The new displays are generally handsome, though there are a few faults in lighting, labeling and orientation.
PICTURE - PERFECT PAST Postcards: Baltimorean keeps the past forever in view with a book of vintage cards showing the city in lights.
Angelos bids $6 million for One Charles Center He plans to spend $4 million on improvements
Property owners undo the damage of urban 'Tin Men' Restoration removes landmark's cover-up
The walls fall, the importance stands Home: The Modernist house that Alexander Cochran built in 1950 is about to be torn down, but its influence will endure.
Exhibiting gratitude to Philip Johnson Devotion: The Museum of Modern Art in New York is showing some of the many works of art and design the architect has given it or helped it to acquire.
Ravens' nest: So near, yet so far Stadium: The design for the Ravens' new stadium is a hodgepodge of bits and pieces.
Chicago's many attractions make it a family-friendly place to live in or visit
Celebrating blue blood's blueprint for Baltimore
HOME SWEET REMADE HOME Two old interiors get brand-new looks
USF&G; building: A giant that told of wonders to come
CSX extends its lease at One Charles Center
Charles Center: Is It Dead?
Give them a piece of the world wrapped up like a gift -- a big, beautiful, new book
Architecture firm RTKL to expandOne more sign...
SOLD! FOR $11.5 MILLION One Charles Center is purchased by its mortgage holder
ONE CHARLES CENTER'S DISTRESS Building may stay virtually empty
Lender to retake One Charles Center Major tenant CSX is moving out
Architectural gem is bank's new home
Rugs' role in decor moves up, and now they're cast as 'fifth wall'
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Antiques dealers pick 20th century objects of lasting value
PRESERVING A PIECE OF HISTORY One Charles Center to be renovated after 30 years
The return of the table lamp: Its new looks are light years away from minimal
Vintage store takes you from Eames to...
Show enlightens public about Kahn
DESIGN WORLD CRIES WOLF He's expanding into furniture, household goods
A DESIGNER'S INTERIOR MOTIF Mixing the old with the new is John Saladino's signature
John Saladino gives his choices for the best and worst designs
AND NOW...DESIGNER COMMUNITIES
MetLife affiliate sells land under Charles Center tower
Mirror, Mirror on the Skyline