Come on out this year on March 29th at Delia Foley’s and help us reach our 2014 fundraising goal of $5,000. Local bands, Hunger Strike and Amateur Hour, will be kicking it off starting at 8:00 pm. T-shirts made by Bmore Threads will also be available for purchase. A prize will be awarded to the person voted to have the best stache, so come show us what you can grow.
Taking place at Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School (Baltimore City), Yards for Success will bring together members of the local Law Enforcement, Fire Department, and 25 middle school students for a six week 7 vs. 7 flag football program. With a firm criterion highlighting education, fun, and fitness, this program will keep students off the streets, as well as help them develop healthy relationships with leaders of the community.
Let’s take a look at some of the dishes I’ve had recently in South Baltimore that really stood out from Thai Yum, Barracudas, Shoyou Sushi, Blue Agave, and Primo Chicken. And, please don’t hesitate to share some of your favorites in the comments section!
After two years in the making, Primo Chicken has opened their doors at 1242 West Lombard St. in Hollins Market adjacent to Union Square. Primo will serve pollo a la brasa, or Peruvian rotisserie chicken, along with sides, Latin American drinks, sodas and desserts.
Cockey’s has completed their move from Hollins Market to Fells Point, opening Cockey’s Fells Point Restaurant and bar last Thursday at 1901 Gough St. The father son duo of Bob (Father) and Robert Cockey (Son) spent the last 6 months performing a complete renovation of the former Shed Row, which had been open since the prohibition
As always, covering the business community in South Baltimore keeps us busy here at SouthBMore.com. There are thousands of businesses in the area with many always coming and going. While we saw some favorite neighborhood businesses close their doors, 2013 was another year where the small business community of South Baltimore took a big step forward overall.
The real estate industry suffered an epic crash in the late 2000s, but 2013 was clearly another strong year for South Baltimore real estate. This year, large projects were announced, started and later completed.
With an abundance of construction underway in South Baltimore, let’s take a look at some of the progress. Horseshoe Baltimore Casino Baltimore’s first casino, Horseshoe Baltimore, is under construction in between Warner and Russell St. in the Camden Carroll Industrial Area. Hoping to open in the fall of 2014, the $400 million construction project is […]