Unique loft townhouse with high ceilings and lots of natural light. Open layout on the main level. Freshly painted, new carpets, new granite counters.
There will be 50 stations throughout South Baltimore, Southeast Baltimore, Southwest Baltimore, Downtown, Mount Vernon, and Station North, as well as stations at Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Druid Hill Park.
“The holiday season is one of our favorite times to get everyone out and about and enjoying the Waterfront,” said Laurie Schwartz, president of the Waterfront Partnership. “The return of the PANDORA Ice Rink is just one of the many opportunities to celebrate with friends and loved ones.”
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A redevelopment of Rash Field is scheduled to begin in Fall of 2017. It will include volleyball courts, a skatepark, a sports field, game and reading areas, and a climbing wall. Looking to add public art to the project, The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts has put out a call for artists to participate.
On Wednesday, Federal Hill restaurant The Local Fry had a fun day as it went head-to-head against Orioles Center Fielder Adam Jones in the CareFirst Fan Challenge cooking competition. Highlights of the cook-off appeared on Mid-Atlantic Sports Network’s O’s Xtra, as well as other media outlets in the area.
The Baltimore Beach Volleyball facility at Rash Field has attracted some of the best beach volleyball players in the world, including gold medalists Phil Dalhausser and Todd Rogers, in its 16 years in South Baltimore, but a visit from NFL MVP Quarterback Cam Newton and fellow Carolina Panthers teammates has brought the popular volleyball attraction national visibility.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced today that proposed changes will be made to the Charm City Circulator program in an effort to address budgetary constraints.
The NFL players, led by Cam Newton, asked if they could participate and get in a couple games of four-on-four with players from Baltimore Beach’s Men’s 2A League
As Downtown Partnership moves forward on plans to redevelop McKeldin Square — and demolish and replace the McKeldin Fountain — work will begin this weekend to take down the walking bridges connecting the fountain to the Hyatt and Harborplace.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, Sail Baltimore, the non-profit group responsible for bringing visiting ships from around the world to Charm City since 1976, is honored to welcome the spectacular Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force ships Kashima, Setoyuki and Asagirl from July 13th-17th.
The Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore starts a new tradition this summer with its First Annual Field Day at Rash Field on Saturday, July 30th from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Attendees will enjoy an afternoon filled with local food vendors, adult beverages, and outdoor games and activities reminiscent of a childhood field day.