Baltimore in Black in White: including many old pictures from South Baltimore. On Display from May 29th-31st.
Author Archive: News Release
News releases from various sources around South Baltimore.
Knockout Fitness will host the first ever fight card at a Baltimore casino when they bring “Fighting The Odds” to the Horseshoe Casino Saturday, June 6.
Free boot camps, yoga, barre, Dance2Fitness, Kayaking and Parkour classes at West Shore Park and Pierce’s Park.
Per the description on the bottle label, “Full Tilt Brewing’s IN MEMORY OF… is brewed and inspired as a memorial to all who so valiantly fought, served, and gave the ultimate sacrifice.
Updates on protests, events, road closures, city employees, city services and much more from Councilman Eric Costello.
We walked from DHHS to City Hall with our arms locked chanting “We Love Baltimore,” and prayed together both at the beginning and the end. I was very impressed by a young man from DHHS, Darius Craig, who helped spread the message that our youth are against the recent violence in our City.
Betamore, Federal Hill Preparatory School, and Digital Harbor Foundation have formed an alliance called EdTech Lab to bring together start-up companies, students and teachers to create the next great wave of innovation in education technology.
Join the community at Riverside Park for a summer concert series every second Sunday of the month from June-September.
Federal Hill Main Street’s Spring Block Party is Sunday, April 26th on Cross Street featuring food, drinks, live music and craft vendors.
Featuring roast beef, pulled pork, beer, dancing, wheels prizes and more at The Knights of Columbus in Locust Point.
It’s the hippest fashion show on four paws! Show Your Soft Side’s Pawject Runway on Monday, May 11 at the Royal Farms Arena.
It’s time to expose and share our lower-nose forestry units to the city of Bmore. It is the 8th Annual Stache Bash at Delia Foley’s Irish Pub.
Today Under Armour announced a multi-year technical sponsorship of São Paulo, the most successful club in Brazilian Football.
This week, the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) will resume construction for the I-95 project to replace the concrete deck and roadway joints south of the Fort McHenry Tunnel.