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Historically a working-class port town, Baltimore has sometimes been dubbed a "city of neighborhoods," with over 300 identified districts traditionally occupied by distinct ethnic groups. Most notable are three downtown areas along the port: the Inner Harbor, frequented by tourists; Fells Point, once a favorite spot for sailors and Little Italy, where Baltimore's Italian-American community is based.

Population: 637418
Local Newspapers: The Baltimore Sun
Local Sports Teams: Baltimore Orioles (MLB) Baltimore Ravens (NFL)
Local Colleges: Johns Hopkins University Coppin State University Towson University

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Man stabbed to death in Baltimore lake trout carryout

A man was stabbed to death in a carryout called Lake Trout in the Edmondson Village Shopping Center in Baltimore on Friday evening, police said. Officers went to the 4500 block of Edmondson Ave. shortly before 8 p.m. and found a 45-year-old man suffering from stab wounds.

Baltimore police make arrest in stabbing of local rapper who posted...

Baltimore police on Friday announced an arrest in the stabbing of a Baltimore rapper and anti-violence advocate who streamed the aftermath of his attack on Facebook Live, along with arrests in two other cases. Police said Martin Andre Coleman, 24, stabbed rapper Tyree Colion in the neck Sunday night.

Giada de Laurentiis says she's opening a restaurant in Baltimore

Giada de Laurentiis, the Food Network chef known for her Italian cooking, says she is opening a restaurant in Baltimore . In a Facebook Live video on the Food Network's Facebook page Friday, de Laurentiis took questions from viewers while making lemon ricotta cookies.

Three shot overnight in Baltimore, police say

On Friday at 1 a.m., officers went to the 400 block of N. Paca St. for a report of a shooting, police said. Officers found a 39-year-old man with gunshot wounds to his arm and leg.

Jada Pinkett Smith says she was a drug dealer when she met Tupac Shakur in Baltimore

As a guest on radio show "Sway in the Morning", Jada Pinkett Smith revealed she was a drug dealer when she met Tupac Shakur. Warning: This video contains explicit content.

Alternative Fact of the Week: Rod Rosenstein, Baltimore liberal

Actor John Astin is from Baltimore. So is author John Barth. Any number of famous people from Alger Hiss to Ogden Nash can claim to be born and raised here.

A history of the community of Emory Grove

Folks in Emory Grove take part in religious services in the Tabernacle in July of 1980. For Ann Weller Dahl, memories of Emory Grove stretch way back like the sun dappled shadows on a summer's day that fall from ancient stands of maples, poplars, oaks and pines across 55 acres of what was originally established as a Methodist summer camp meeting in the 19th century.

Banditos loses its liquor license for two weeks following triple stabbing

The Baltimore liquor board on Thursday suspended Banditos Bar & Kitchen's liquor license for two weeks and imposed $6,000 in fines on the Federal Hill bar following a triple stabbing there in May. The bar and restaurant at 1118 S. Charles St. was charged with endangering general welfare, failing to prevent illegal activity on its premises and failing to cooperate with police. The charges came after a triple stabbing occurred at Banditos around 1:30 a.m. May 13. Shawn Guzman, a 17-year-old, was charged with attempted first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and two weapons charges in a separate criminal case.

How 'Lou Catelli' became Hampden's unofficial mayor

Sporting his standard corduroy short shorts, collarless T-shirt and a bun supported by a barrage of pens and chopsticks, the man known as Lou Catelli, n Will Bauer, unlocks an adult-size tricycle from its spot in front of the Hampden Family Center. A new metal sticker that reads "Catelli" has shown up over night, he says.

Rashaw Scott, who survived ambush that killed 16-month-old son Carter ...

Rashaw Scott, who survived a hail of bullets that killed his 16-month-old son Carter Scott during an ambush on his car in 2013, was fatally shot under similar circumstances Tuesday, Baltimore Police confirmed on Wednesday. Police said Scott, 26, was shot after suspects opened fire on a vehicle in which he and another man were seated in the 500 block of N. Fremont Ave. in Harlem Park about 1:41 p.m. Tuesday.

Roll: Ice Cream Social opening in Highlandtown

Jason Werner and Jessica Reyes are opening Roll: Ice Cream Social at 3222 Eastern Ave. The shop will offer rolled ice cream, a method in which liquid ice cream is poured and frozen a cold surface, mixed with toppings, pressed flat and rolled into tubes with a scraper. Born in Southeast Asia, rolled ice cream is a trendy take on a traditional dessert that Werner and Reyes discovered in New York.

Artscape headliner Sheila E. wants to 'pull this country together' through protest songs

Last year, the singer-songwriter and percussionist Sheila E. was busy working on two albums - a dance record and a tribute to her longtime friend and collaborator Prince - but neither felt completely right at the time. Her mind kept coming back to the polarized state of American discourse, exacerbated, she said, by the election of President Donald Trump.

Murder trial begins for woman accused of picking up, then killing traveler from Penn Station

Happenstance brought Edward Yesaitis Jr. to Baltimore Penn Station, booted off an Amtrak train for having too many drinks during his ride down the East Coast. Drunk and alone in the station, Yesaitis met a woman.

Code Red Heat Advisory Issued For Baltimore For Artscape Weekend

The heat advisory is for Thursday, July 20, through Sunday, July 23, as the heat index is expected to be between 101 and 104 degrees "Heat is a silent killer and a public health threat, particularly for the young, the elderly and those in our city who are the most vulnerable," Dr. Wen said in a release. "As Baltimore prepares for a fun weekend with one of the nation's largest free arts festivals, it is important for all residents to protect against hyperthermia and dehydration.

Baltimore Receives $750K Grant For Park Improvements

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Gwynns Falls Leakin Park gets $750,000 for campground upgrades

The U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Park Service announced Wednesday that Baltimore will receive $750,000 for youth campground improvements in Gwynns Falls Leakin Park. The award, received through the Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership program, is part of $13.3 million to assist 22 cities in 17 states with projects to plan, build, and enhance ... Complete access to news articles on this website is available to Daily Record subscribers who are logged in.

Woman, 34, grazed in West Baltimore shooting; homicide victim identified

A 34-year-old woman was grazed in the hip by a bullet in a shooting in West Baltimore late Tuesday night, police said. Polce believe the woman, whose name was not released, was shot in the 1000 block of W. Lafayette Ave. She arrived at a hospital about 11:48 p.m. for treatment, police said.

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