Rhonda Richetta, principal of City Springs Elementary and Middle School, remembers gazing at the “dilapidated” playground and vacant lots behind her school. “Before I would turn around and go into […]
The All Ages Art Cart Derby and Art by the Pint is nigh. The Highlandtown event, in which participants race their home-built “art carts” down the Gough St. hill, from […]
Finally, a city-wide festival that Southeast residents can walk to. On Sunday, Sept. 14, the Hampstead Hill Festival—a celebration of Baltimoreans’ willingness to work together—comes to Patterson Park. “We’re expecting [&h ...
Editor’s note: Robert J. Baker, a retired Foreign Services officer now living in Los Angeles, sent us this memoir of his formative years at 620 S. Macon St. He said […]
In the symbiotic relationship between Major League Baseball and the fans, sometimes the fans have to take the lead. At the Sept. 12 double-header between the Orioles and the New […]
Amid the food, dancing and revelry, this year’s Ukrainian Festival will take on a more somber note. Andrij Chornodolsky, a local Ukrainian activist long involved in Baltimore’s Ukrainian community, says […]
“Excuse me, may I vape?” asks Andre Holmes, affecting an overtly officious, polite tone of voice. Rick Curry shakes his head with a smile, and slaps Holmes on the back. […]