“My favorite part of the job is working out an affordable way to get a business more revenue,” says Jessica. In sales her whole life, the 32 year old Fort […]
At virtually every city meeting involving one or more City Council members, the Homestead Tax Credit comes up. We put an article about it in the Nov. ...
This paper marks two momentus occasions: the 2012 Presidential Election and Veterans Day. Unfortunately, we can’t tell you who will be our president ...
The “Star Spangled Banner.” Fort McHenry. Frederick Douglass. William Fell. The U.S.S. Constellation. The Middle Passage. Billie Holiday. Thomas Boyle. Henry Dashiell. After moving to Baltimore about a year ago, […]
When we pick up the phone, the caller often says, “I’m looking for the editor of the East Baltimore Guide,” or “I would like to get something into the East […]
Littering is bad; most likely everyone knows this. We applaud Bridget Parlato and everyone participating on her Baltimore Trash Talk page on Facebook for their willingness to take action: documenting […]
Do you know what the number-one indicator of child sexual abuse is? Answer: the child will say that he or she is being abused. Seriously. That’s the major indicator of […]
The Baltimore City Council, given the choice between three upright citizens and one convicted felon to fill a vacancy in the Ninth District, chose the felon. In February 2000, Willam […]
The thing about Guide readers is, when the going gets tough, they volunteer. They donate. They roll up their sleeves, haul up their socks and get to work. And 2010 […]