Howard Chang, Johnny Tacos, and Tammy from Maketto exemplified the energy of The Emporiyum, a one-of-a-kind food marketplace, that features regional and national vendors.  | Photo by Julie M. Kichline
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The Emporiyum, a one-of-a-kind food marketplace showcasing tasty treats from vendors from all over the country, came to Baltimore this weekend. Crowds gathered and lines lengthened as local foodies sampled […]

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A group of Southeast residents made headlines last week with a solar energy co-op they formed to save energy and money. The solar co-op, called RetroFit Baltimore, is a project […]

Katana Sushi’s sashimi deluxe platter, featuring 16 pieces of raw fish.   | Photo by Summer Huang
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Katana Sushi, which specializes in sushi and Asian Fusion, took up residence in 845 S. Montford Avenue on the corner of Boston Street. The location had been empty since Hollywood […]

Adding planters in front of the house are great for herbs and add curb appeal as well. | Photo by Connie Breeden
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Amid the grey barrenness of sidewalks and the staggering walls of rowhomes, green is hard to find. Most days you’re lucky if you’re able to see the top of the […]

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Lee Connah is a self-proclaimed handyman who mostly works on rejuvenating older homes in the greater Baltimore area. His 20+ years in construction and maintenance have given him knowledge that […]

Liza Molotska, grade 5, Hampstead Hill Academy (L) and Ella Shaby, grade 3, Krieger Schecter Day School (R) enjoy dressing as pirates during the annual Privateer Festival in Fell’s Point. | Photo by Lisa Lynn Hansen
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Southeast Baltimore greeted the first weekend of sunny spring weather with fun events for all ages. Fell’s Point Main Street hosted the Privateer Festival on Saturday, April 18 and Sunday, […]

  • Howard Chang, Johnny Tacos, and Tammy from Maketto exemplified the energy of The Emporiyum, a one-of-a-kind food marketplace, that features regional and national vendors.  | Photo by Julie M. Kichline
  • RetroFit
  • Katana Sushi’s sashimi deluxe platter, featuring 16 pieces of raw fish.   | Photo by Summer Huang
  • Adding planters in front of the house are great for herbs and add curb appeal as well. | Photo by Connie Breeden
  • | Photo provided by Lee Connah
  • Liza Molotska, grade 5, Hampstead Hill Academy (L) and Ella Shaby, grade 3, Krieger Schecter Day School (R) enjoy dressing as pirates during the annual Privateer Festival in Fell’s Point. | Photo by Lisa Lynn Hansen

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  • Howard Chang, Johnny Tacos, and Tammy from Maketto exemplified the energy of The Emporiyum, a one-of-a-kind food marketplace, that features regional and national vendors.  | Photo by Julie M. Kichline
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  • Katana Sushi’s sashimi deluxe platter, featuring 16 pieces of raw fish.   | Photo by Summer Huang
  • Adding planters in front of the house are great for herbs and add curb appeal as well. | Photo by Connie Breeden
  • | Photo provided by Lee Connah
  • Liza Molotska, grade 5, Hampstead Hill Academy (L) and Ella Shaby, grade 3, Krieger Schecter Day School (R) enjoy dressing as pirates during the annual Privateer Festival in Fell’s Point. | Photo by Lisa Lynn Hansen
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  • Delegate Peter Hammen joined the Canton Community Association in cleaning up O'Donnell Square during Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's Spring Cleanup last year (2014). | Photo by Patricia Clark
  • The Color Guards along with Polish officials, honored the lives lost at the Katyn Forest Massacre as an army bugler played “Taps”. | Photo by Tom Scilipoti
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  • The Robotics team from Patterson Park Public Charter School is headed to the VEX Robotics Championship to compete against 140 teams from over 20 countries. | Photo by Michael Hendrick
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  • El Punto G Bar and Lounge on 123 N. Clinton St. | Photo by Gianna DeCarlo
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  • Charm City Veterinary Hospital advises owners to have dogs tested annually for heartworms as prevention is the best cure.
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  • Sacred Heart of Jesus reenacts the Way of the Cross annually on Good Friday. | Photo by Julie M. Kichline
  • Mark Parker, pastor at Breath of God Luthern Church in Highlandtown, will run for 1st district councilman when current councilman James Kraft steps down in 2016. | Photo by Gianna DeCarlo
  • The Fells Point Corner Theatre takes on Shakespeare with the comedic play The Compete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).  | Photos courtesy of the Fells Point Corner Theatre