The Crank Mavens’ ride usually has around 10 riders a session, but on particularly nice days, it has gone up to around 30. | Photo by Kyle Fritz.
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March 25, 2015, 2 Comments

If you live in the area, chances are you’ve seen a pack of a dozen or more bicycles whoosh past you and disappear just as quickly. These were probably the […]

The school building that St. Brigid’s once owned was sold to a developer that has plans to turn it into an apartment complex. | Photo by Chris Broughton.
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March 25, 2015, 2 Comments

While local churches are going through a time of celebration with the Easter season approaching, they are also undergoing a time of transition as well. For St. Brigid’s Catholic Church […]

Groups gather for the Friends of Patterson Park’s Concerts in the Park summer series. | Photo by Erik Zygmont.
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The Highlandtown Community meeting met on Monday, March 16th to discuss issues of the community and provide updates into current projects while reaching out for feedback. The meeting was attended […]

St. Leo's Ravioli Dinner is a community favorite in Little Italy. |Photo by Gianna DeCarlo
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On Sunday, St. Leo’s the Great Catholic Church hosted its always popular ravioli and spaghetti fundraising dinner, a Little Italy tradition for over 30 years. Behind the counter, volunteers worked quickly […]

The Belanger family circa 1974. His wife Dee and his two sons, Richard and Robert will be attending the event in honor of their father. Robert will perform the John Denver song “Thank God I’m A Country Boy”, which has become an Orioles tradition, on the acoustic guitar. | Photo courtesy of the Belanger Family Archives
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“Highlandtown was, is, and always will be the heartbeat of Baltimore City,” says Andy Farantos, the owner of the neighborhood’s staple G & A Restaurant.  This reasoning is why the […]

Chef Sean Guy, center, with  Juan Morales, left. | Photo by Danielle Sweeney.
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The local restaurant Water for Chocolate was damaged by a fire that broke out on the morning of Friday, the 20th. Owner and executive chef Sean Guy and other residents […]

  • The Crank Mavens’ ride usually has around 10 riders a session, but on particularly nice days, it has gone up to around 30. | Photo by Kyle Fritz.
  • The school building that St. Brigid’s once owned was sold to a developer that has plans to turn it into an apartment complex. | Photo by Chris Broughton.
  • Groups gather for the Friends of Patterson Park’s Concerts in the Park summer series. | Photo by Erik Zygmont.
  • St. Leo's Ravioli Dinner is a community favorite in Little Italy. |Photo by Gianna DeCarlo
  • The Belanger family circa 1974. His wife Dee and his two sons, Richard and Robert will be attending the event in honor of their father. Robert will perform the John Denver song “Thank God I’m A Country Boy”, which has become an Orioles tradition, on the acoustic guitar. | Photo courtesy of the Belanger Family Archives
  • Chef Sean Guy, center, with  Juan Morales, left. | Photo by Danielle Sweeney.

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The Crank Mavens’ ride usually has around 10 riders a session, but on particularly nice days, it has gone up to around 30. | Photo by Kyle Fritz.

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The school building that St. Brigid’s once owned was sold to a developer that has plans to turn it into an apartment complex. | Photo by Chris Broughton.

St. Brigid’s aims for more diverse and younger parishioners

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Groups gather for the Friends of Patterson Park’s Concerts in the Park summer series. | Photo by Erik Zygmont.

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  • The Crank Mavens’ ride usually has around 10 riders a session, but on particularly nice days, it has gone up to around 30. | Photo by Kyle Fritz.
  • The school building that St. Brigid’s once owned was sold to a developer that has plans to turn it into an apartment complex. | Photo by Chris Broughton.
  • Groups gather for the Friends of Patterson Park’s Concerts in the Park summer series. | Photo by Erik Zygmont.
  • St. Leo's Ravioli Dinner is a community favorite in Little Italy. |Photo by Gianna DeCarlo
  • The Belanger family circa 1974. His wife Dee and his two sons, Richard and Robert will be attending the event in honor of their father. Robert will perform the John Denver song “Thank God I’m A Country Boy”, which has become an Orioles tradition, on the acoustic guitar. | Photo courtesy of the Belanger Family Archives
  • Chef Sean Guy, center, with  Juan Morales, left. | Photo by Danielle Sweeney.
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  • Josh Kohn, performance director at the Creative Alliance, aims to plan over 100 shows each season. | Photo by David Stuck.
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  • The Warhawks is a non-profit organization made up of firefighters, paramedics, police officers, and other first responders, that play football to raise money for charity. The league is made up over of 40 men who give back to the community even when they’re off the clock. | Photos by Nicholas Eid.
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  • Non-profit director Zeke Cohen announced his candidacy for city council at the Creative Alliance by promoting a campaign that will focus on job creation, early childhood education, and public transportation reform.  | Photo by Arica Gonzalez
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