May 28, 2016

In Brief: Bulletin's Summer Schedule & Police Reports

This summer, we will be producing a single July/August issue which will be published on July 22. We will return to our usual monthly schedule for the September issue, which will be out at the beginning of […]
May 28, 2016

MRIA Annual Meeting Wraps Up a Busy Year

Members at the well-attended May 3 Annual Meeting unanimously approved the nominated slate of Executive Board Officers and new or re-elected Board Members (See the slate of nominees here.) Steve Howard thanked all the retiring board […]
May 28, 2016

Boltonstock Rocks in June

Boltonstock is coming! Boltonstock is coming! Yes, Bolton Hill’s biggest summer event will be held on Saturday, June 25 in Sumpter Park from 5–9 pm. (Between the 1800 Blocks of Eutaw Place & Bolton St., bounded […]
May 28, 2016

The Mt. Royal Chili Fundraiser: a BIG Bowl of Success

Who could imagine that you could turn an evening’s worth of chili into over $3,500? But, that’s what MRIA’s Churches and Schools committee accomplished by hosting a chili fundraiser dinner on April 19 at Brown Memorial […]
May 28, 2016

Welcome to Memorial Episcopal's New Pastor

By Judith McFadden, former editor of the Bolton Hill Bulletin Rev. Grey Maggiano, the new rector of Memorial Episcopal Church, and his family, Monica, Isabella, a baby boy due soon, and two small dogs, are enthusiastic […]
May 28, 2016

Flash Mob Boogies at State Center Farmers' Market

With all the rain this spring, area farmers managed to reap a bounty of local produce. So, the kickoff of the State Center Farmers’ Market on the first Wednesday of May already had lots to offer. To […]
May 28, 2016

Prince Hall Grand Lodge Makes Eutaw Shine

May 14 was gorgeous and sunny, perhaps the only nice Saturday we’ve had this spring, making it a perfect day to work outdoors. And that’s just what the lodge brothers, under the direction of the Most Worshipful […]
May 28, 2016

Walking Through History with Baltimore Heritage

Each year for the past 30, Baltimore Heritage has led walking tours in Baltimore neighborhoods ranging from winding sylvan communities like Roland Park and Guilford, to tucked away urban enclaves like Seton Hill and Brewers Hill. […]
May 28, 2016

Summer Jazz Series Kicks off at The Avenue Bakery

On Saturday, May 7, the sounds of jazz again enlivened Pennsylvania Avenue, once home to a vibrant African American arts and entertainment scene frequented by figures including Ethel Waters, Louis Armstrong, and James Brown. At the […]
May 28, 2016

Reflecting on the Baltimore Unrest

A story from the Samaritan Community by Peter Dunn By all accounts, Tuesday, April 10, 2015 seemed to be a typical morning at the weekly Breakfast Club at The Samaritan Community. Eggs and grits sizzled on the […]
May 28, 2016

Station North Partnership Selected for an Our Town Project

The North Avenue Knowledge Exchange has been recommended for a $75,000 award to support an open-access educational platform developed in collaboration between Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse and Station North Arts and […]
May 28, 2016

Growing Farms in a Food Desert

The Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood sits in a food desert. Though there are 17 liquor stores in the area, all the grocery stores have departed, and the corner stories stock mostly candy, chips and sodas. But Tiffany Welch […]
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