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    Looking back at 2013
    December 31, 2013, No comments

    A plan was adopted for senior citizen access to Patterson Park. A scathing state audit shined the spotlight on the Baltimore City Liquor Board and set reforms in motion. Fed […]

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    Piñatas Navideñas y Posada
    December 24, 2013, No comments

    Following a procession through Highlandtown last Friday evening, simulating Mary and Joseph’s trek through Bethlehem looking for an inn, children and adults smashed piñatas to symbolize the triumph of good […]

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    Letters to Santa
    December 24, 2013, No comments

    Thank you so much for your thoughtful, funny and cute letters to Santa Claus! Rest assured – they are well on their way to the North Pole, and will be […]

  • Patricia Cruz shares a laugh with her mother, Araceli Cruz. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    Latinos bring new Christmas tradition
    December 18, 2013, No comments

    Taking a swing at Garfield, SpongeBob or maybe Bart Simpson, and then chowing down on even more sugar—post birthday cake. For most Americans, that’s the childhood scene invoked by the […]

  • Santa Claus, also known as “Buttons,” arrived in Fell’s Point on a tugboat last Saturday. - Photo by Tom Scilipoti
    Happy Holidays from Highlandtown
    December 11, 2013, No comments

    Highlandtown kicked off its holiday celebrations last Friday night with stilt walkers and jugglers—through VS Entertainment and Events—and a musical performance by Sac Au Lait. The Christmas tree at Conkling […]

  • The Tinkerine Ditto+, a 3D printer that retails for $1,549, is made of wood and prints objects using PLA, a corn-based, plastic-like material. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    3D printing shop takes shape in Canton
    December 11, 2013, No comments

    Like many other people since Nov. 29, Connor Robertson and Daniel Whitehead, high school seniors at Friendship Academy of Science and Technology, stopped into Bmore 3D—a pop-up 3D printing and […]

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    Shedding some light on Highland Avenue
    December 11, 2013, No comments

    Residents of Highland Ave. are brightening up their block—and not only with holiday lights. The Southeast Community Development Corporation recently gave 11 residents and two businesses solar lights to mount […]

  • This Little Free Library, on the grounds of Messiah Lutheran Church in O’Donnell Square, is “cute,” but it’s also sturdy and weather-resistant. - Photo by Danielle Sweeney
    A new ‘mini’ library opens in Canton
    December 11, 2013, 1 Comment

    When Emily Brown and her roommates realized that renovations to Canton’s historic public library would take a while, the book lovers decided to open a small library of their own […]