Beginning at four years old, Calvert School students embark on a ten year journey of curiosity, mastery, and purpose. A Calvert education blends tradition with innovation in a way that encourages children’s innate curiosity and love of learning.
At the SoWeBo Arts Gallery at Zella’s Pizzeria featuring work from Access Art’s Middle School After-School Program in Morrell Park & 5th Graders form Access Art’s Lyndhurst Elementary Program.
SouthBMore.com has calculated that since 2015 2,066 housing units have been added or are currently under construction. More than 800 housing units have been proposed, not counting up to 14,000 future units at Port Covington.
The building dates back to 1904 when Lion Brothers, an embroidered emblems company, expanded into the building. The company relocated to Owings Mills in 1958 and are still there today. The Lion Brothers Building has been without a tenant since 2002.
Over 20 houses and apartments within the historic neighborhood will open their doors offering homemade cookies at each stop.
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.
Suspended Brewing Company spent the last year looking for a commercial space to brew its beers before calling Pigtown home. Suspended recently leased an approximately 3,000 sq. ft. space at 912 Washington Blvd. where it will convert a former church into a brewery and tap room.
Last week with community leaders and politicians present, NPower, a nonprofit that launches IT careers for veterans and young adults from underserved communities, opened a new 4,400 sq. ft. facility at 1101 W. Pratt St. Suite 1A in Hollins Market
This 1880 rowhome in Union Square features original details, fireplaces, exposed brick, a lot of living space, and great curb appeal.
Check out the South Baltimore winners in Baltimore Magazine’s Best of Baltimore 2016.
The father and son duo of Bob and Rob Cockey are excited to be back in Southwest Baltimore as they open Pigtown Tavern this Thursday at 737 Carroll St. in the former home of SHAKERS.
This Hollins Market rowhome features hardwood floors, exposed brick, a gourmet kitchen, fenced yard, and a $10,000 Vacants 2 Value grant.