By Erik Zygmont
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Restoration work has begun on the Fell’s Point Recreation Pier, which is being converted into a luxury hotel by Kevin Plank’s Sagamore Development Company. On Monday afternoon, a tugboat lent […]

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The owner of the Sip & Bite Restaurant is, with another man, facing federal charges of conspiracy to possess 500 grams or more of cocaine with intent to distribute. According […]

Bill Butler, a former account manager at the Baltimore Convention Center, has launched a concierge service. | Photo courtesy of Bill Butler
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January 28, 2015, 3 Comments

There are things in this world that must be done. It was while caring for an ailing family member that Bill Butler–who recently launched his own business, Baltimore’s Best Concierge–found […]

Michael Wood, owner of High Grounds, says that the money saved in minor privilege fees will be put back into his business to benefit his employees.
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The city has eliminated or will eliminate some of its “minor privilege” fees charged to businesses for property aspects that protrude onto public property. At a press conference last week […]

Zack Berliner has been community school coordinator at Highlandtown #237 since the beginning of this school year.
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Zach Berliner, who has been community school coordinator for HIghlandtown Elementary/Middle School #237 since July, can wax philosophical on the origins of the educational challenges that go hand-in-hand with entrenched […]

Mary Helen Sprecher, former Guide reporter, reminisces with Richard Sandza, former owner of the Guide. | Photo by Erik Zygmont
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Friends of Jackie Watts, the longtime editor of the Baltimore Guide who died at the end of last month, gathered at one of her favorite spots last weekend for an […]

  • By Erik Zygmont
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  • Bill Butler, a former account manager at the Baltimore Convention Center, has launched a concierge service. | Photo courtesy of Bill Butler
  • Michael Wood, owner of High Grounds, says that the money saved in minor privilege fees will be put back into his business to benefit his employees.
| Photo by Erik Zygmont
  • Zack Berliner has been community school coordinator at Highlandtown #237 since the beginning of this school year.
| Photo by Erik Zygmont.
  • Mary Helen Sprecher, former Guide reporter, reminisces with Richard Sandza, former owner of the Guide. | Photo by Erik Zygmont

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Tugboat lends a hand

January 28, 2015, No comments

Restoration work has begun on the Fell’s Point Recreation Pier, which is being converted into a luxury hotel by Kevin Plank’s Sagamore Development ...

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Owner of Sip & Bite arrested on federal drug charges

January 28, 2015, No comments

The owner of the Sip & Bite Restaurant is, with another man, facing federal charges of conspiracy to possess 500 grams or more of cocaine with int ...

Bill Butler, a former account manager at the Baltimore Convention Center, has launched a concierge service. | Photo courtesy of Bill Butler

Upper Fell’s resident offers alternative to self-cloning

January 28, 2015, 3 Comments

There are things in this world that must be done. It was while caring for an ailing family member that Bill Butler–who recently launched his own ...

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  • Bill Butler, a former account manager at the Baltimore Convention Center, has launched a concierge service. | Photo courtesy of Bill Butler
  • Michael Wood, owner of High Grounds, says that the money saved in minor privilege fees will be put back into his business to benefit his employees.
| Photo by Erik Zygmont
  • Zack Berliner has been community school coordinator at Highlandtown #237 since the beginning of this school year.
| Photo by Erik Zygmont.
  • Mary Helen Sprecher, former Guide reporter, reminisces with Richard Sandza, former owner of the Guide. | Photo by Erik Zygmont
  • Team 8, one of several teams who helped Journey Home count the homeless in Baltimore City. 
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  • Isaac Norris of Highlandtown won the train set, which was exactly what he wanted, in the HIghlandtown Train Garden raffle. The train set was donated by the Highlandtown Train Garden. | Photo by Joe Manfre
  • More natural light means a higher sale price for end units.
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