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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.
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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'School of Rock' tests young talent as it heads to Baltimore, tours the country
The ever-expanding movie-to-stage-musical genre gained a sizable entry with "School of Rock," which opened on Broadway in 2015 and hasn't taken a recess yet. Meanwhile, the national touring production, launched in September and hitting Baltimore this week, has also spread the appeal of the show.ETC announces new seven-member, 2018 Accelerate Baltimore cohort
Emerging Technology Centers announced the seven companies that have been accepted into its 2018 Accelerate Baltimore cohort.Baltimore man charged with murder in Highlandtown barbershop shootout
Police have charged a 29-year-old Baltimore man with first-degree murder for his role in a barbershop shootout last month in Highlandtown . Sammie Carroll took himself to a hospital with gunshot wounds to his stomach, back and leg not long after a shooting broke out on Feb. 19 in a barbershop in the 3200 block of Eastern Ave., police say in charging documents.Store owner near where Baltimore detective Suiter was killed says...
The owner of a corner store on the West Baltimore block where Detective Sean Suiter was fatally shot in November has filed a legal complaint against the Baltimore Police Department , seeking $10,000 in damages to replace a video surveillance system that he says police "forcefully removed" after the shooting. Christopher Akpala, owner of the Uac Food Mart in the 900 block of Bennett Place in Harlem Park, filed the so-called "detinue" - a legal claim to recover wrongfully seized property - in January, according to court records.State's Attorney Office busts drug ring
State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced five people are charged at the center of a drug-trafficking ring stretching for at least two counties. It's a year and a half long investigation that's still going on those five are accused of running a drug ring that stems to the Brooklyn Park area of Anne Arundel County and in the Cherry Hill neighborhood in Baltimore.Affordable housing for Baltimore artists, formerly homeless in the works for downtown
A Baltimore developer is proposing to bring 78 mostly affordable housing units that could be used as artist housing and permanent places for the formerly homeless to two city-owned lots on Mulberry Street. City officials chose the Baltimore-based French Development Co.Prosecutors clear Baltimore officer in fatal shooting of 7-Eleven robbery suspect
Prosecutors in Baltimore have cleared a city police officer of wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of an armed robbery suspect at a 7-Eleven store in October, finding that his actions were justified given the threat the man posed to the officer and nearby citizens. Officer Kevin Amy, a 17-year veteran of the police force assigned to the Northeast District, had pulled up to the convenience store in the 6000 block of Harford Road, in the city's Westfield neighborhood, just as 20-year-old Eric Garrison was holding up the store with a shotgun.Eight people, including two teens, wounded in four shootings in Baltimore late Monday
Eight people - including two teenage boys - were wounded in four separate shootings in Baltimore on Monday night, according to Baltimore Police. The four men, two women and two 17-year-old boys have a range of injuries, and are "varying from critical [condition] to stable and soon to be released," said T.J. Smith, a police spokesman.12 ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Baltimore this weekend
Saturday's the day when the whole world turns Irish, with everybody digging out their best green outfits, sticking "O'" to the front of their last names and warbling as many verses of "When Irish Eyes are Smiling" as they can remember . But if you want to do something a little more formalized, here are 12 ways to celebrate the coming Feast of St. Patrick here in Baltimore.The Baltimore area's best local beers and spirits
In 2018, Marylanders could exclusively drink beers and spirits produced here - and likely be plenty satisfied. As our breweries and distilleries continue to hone their crafts, the proof can be tasted in cans, bottles and pint glasses around the region.Where to eat if you miss these Baltimore restaurants
Miss Langermann's low-country cuisine? Try the modern soul food at Ida B's Table. Bummed out that your favorite spot closed in 2017? We've combed the Baltimore food landscape to find the next best thing to these shuttered eateries.U.S. Postal Service's new stamps highlight Baltimore illustrator David Plunkert's STEM designs
Baltimore illustrator David Plunkert has lent his skills to the U.S. Postal Service, to design stamps honoring American innovation and science, technology, engineering and math - STEM - education. Plunkert, the co-owner of Hampden's Spur Design LLC and an adjunct at Maryland Institute College of Art, designed the STEM Education Commemorative Forever Stamps along with art director Antonio Alcal, using androgynous faces with STEM elements to honor each field separately.Solo spotlight: A 6-month plan
Leaving the comforts of a firm, the luxury of having a large support staff, colleagues, and never having to worry about overhead, case expenses, payroll, etc. is not easy.Baltimore police identify three recent homicide victims
Baltimore police on Monday identified three men killed by gunfire in the city in recent days, including two a day apart in the same neighborhood. Montreal Rivers, 20, of the 4000 block of Eierman Ave., was fatally shot in the upper body in a double shooting outside of a convenience store in the 1100 block of East North Ave. in East Baltimore Midway at about 2:30 p.m. Thursday, police said.MD: Baltimore Metro Subway Reopened Friday after Monthlong Shutdown...
March 09--The entire Baltimore Metro Subway will reopen Friday morning, three days earlier than expected, after a nearly one-month shutdown for emergency track repairs that officials said couldn't wait until summer. Trains will resume operations at 5 a.m. Friday on the 15.5-mile rail system, which runs above ground from Owings Mills to Mondawmin and underground between Mondawmin and Johns Hopkins Hospital.Two old friends share stories of erasing racial lines in Baltimore
The races ate in different restaurants, watched movies at different theaters, attended different schools. Even at one of his first jobs, as a pinsetter at a local bowling alley, that separation was always in evidence.Baltimore's St. Patrick's Day Parade has (almost) everyone wearing green
Everyone was Irish on Sunday as the city's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade - a merry stream of classic cars, bands, Irish wolfhounds and Mummers - made its way down Charles Street and through the Inner Harbor . While a marching band warmed up on Centre Street, Jerome Ross, 82, sat parked in the driver's seat of his Navy blue 1954 Kaiser Manhattan, with his grandson sitting shotgun.
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