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Dear East Baltimore, As of May 18, 2016, the Baltimore Guide will no longer publish and distribute a weekly printed newspaper. Thank you to our readers, our advertisers and our […]

Sunshine and free hugs happily surprised shoppers at
the semi-annual Butchers Hill Flea Market and Craft Fair
in Patterson Park last weekend. | Photo by Julie M. Kichline
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Hypnotist, Matt Davis
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The human mind is divided into two sections. The conscious contains our everyday thoughts, it’s analytical and logical, it makes the decisions and remembers our daily responsibilities, Beneath all this […]

Dypski Park
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Dypski Park is a 2.5-acre “pocket park” at 1225 S. Ellwood Ave. across Boston St. from the Canton Waterfront Park on the north side of the Du Burns Arena. The […]

A rendering of the Potomac St. bike lanes. | Photo courtesy of the Department of Transportation
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The Department of Transportation met with residents to discuss concerns and inquiries about the announced plans for protected bike lanes on S. Potomac St. The two-way bike lane will be […]

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Another year, another failing grade for the Inner Harbor. Last week, the Healthy Harbor Initiative, a project through the Waterfront Partnership, released its yearly report card where it grades the […]

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  • A rendering of the Potomac St. bike lanes. | Photo courtesy of the Department of Transportation
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  • Sunshine and free hugs happily surprised shoppers at
the semi-annual Butchers Hill Flea Market and Craft Fair
in Patterson Park last weekend. | Photo by Julie M. Kichline
  • Hypnotist, Matt Davis
| Photo courtesy of Matt Davis
  • Dypski Park
  • A rendering of the Potomac St. bike lanes. | Photo courtesy of the Department of Transportation
  • | Photo courtesy of Healthy Harbor Initiative
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  • The Bee’s Knees float was all the buzz at this weekend’s Kinetic Sculpture Race where it took home the East Coast Grand Mediocre Championship. | Photo by Ivana Lalicki
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  • Thaddeus Street plays the character Dray, a young painter who is shot by police when they think his paint brush is a gun. | Photo courtesy of the Cohesion Theatre Company
  • One of the Department of Transportation’s electric pedal-assisted bikes that will make up 40-50% of the bike share fleet.  | Photo by Gianna DeCarlo
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  • Young dancers took to the stage and showed off their moves at last weekend’s Día del Niño event in Patterson Park. See story on page 6. | Photo by Felipe Cuahutepitzi
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  • Matt McDaniel with volunteers and supporters. | Photo courtesy of Matt McDaniel
  • Zeke Cohen with his volunteers and supporters. | Photo courtesy of Zeke Cohen
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  • Joshua Hughes will perform a century’s worth of musical theater classics with his cabaret show at Germano’s Piatinni. He said that trends within music show what the culture was like at the time, making each performance a glimpse into the past.  | Photo courtesy of Joshua Hughes