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August 27, 2014, No comments

It’s time. Teachers welcomed students back to St. Casimir School, near O’Donnell Square in Canton, on Tuesday morning.

This curb bump-out, at N.
Collington Ave. and Baltimore St., is
in the early stages of construction. -
Photo by Erik Zygmont

Blue Alleys complete; curb bump-outs almost there

August 27, 2014, No comments

Could it be the greenery? On muggy summer days, the temperature’s a little lower in Butchers Hill, and shade seems more readily available. In re ...

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Ice Bucket Challenge

August 20, 2014, No comments

Vitamin, a branding, web design and public relations boutique firm at 3237 Eastern Ave., takes on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, in which participants ...

On Friday, Aug. 17, Mark Supik crowned the sculpture with the fi nal piece, to the delight of friends and neighbors. - Photo by Joe Nash

Dead tree comes back to life in Butchers Hill

August 20, 2014, No comments

Not ones for conversation, white pines only whisper when a breeze ruffles their soft needles, so who knows what they’re thinking? They might see ...

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    Canton resident pens perfect play
    August 20, 2014, No comments

    In attending the very first performance of, “Under the Poplar Trees,” a play written by Canton resident Rosemary Frisino Toohey, the Baltimore Guide believes that it may have been privileged […]

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    First Thursday rocks the Waterfront
    August 13, 2014, No comments

    Last Thursday, music lovers enjoyed good weather and live music at WTMD’s First Thursdays at Canton Waterfront Park. The next and final First Thursdays concert is Sept. 4. The Can […]

  • There were two types of people at
Patterson Park last Sunday--painters
and painted. In a quickly-planned
community art project, residents and
friends playfully affirmed their
commitments to peace while
participating in a very different kind of
activity.
The organizer of the event called it “an
excuse to bring people together.”
    Community art brings peace to Patterson Park
    August 6, 2014, No comments

    Filmmaker Spencer Grundler, who filmed the “Human Flag of Peace,” an artistic venture organized by Pablo Machioli on Sunday evening in Patterson Park, said the event came together very quickly. […]

  • Sherry and Gelareh Vakili confer with Rick Curry. - Photo by Andre Holmes
    Artists show at new vapor shop
    August 6, 2014, No comments

    Last Monday was the scene of a unique art opening reception in Highlandtown. Two Tone Artistry and Vapors, a vapor shop and art gallery at 3308 Eastern Ave., displayed the […]

  • A cardboard tube fighting tournament was held in Fell’s Point’s Broadway Square last Sunday, possibly the first tournament of its kind in Charm City. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    Tube fight!
    July 30, 2014, 1 Comment

    A breeze blew in from the ocean on the day that the warrior arrived in Fell’s Point, bearing weapons and the promise of a tournament. As gladiator souls gathered, leaving […]

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    2014 Readers’ Choice Award Winners
    July 30, 2014, No comments

    To our readers: We would like to sincerely thank you for taking a few minutes to participate in our 2014 Readers’ Choice poll. With over 500 responses – our best […]