March 30, 2018

Farmers’ Market Opens April 8

A new growing season officially begins when Baltimore’s Farmers’ Market under the JFX reopens for the year on Sunday, April 8.  Other nearby markets will open in May and June, while the 32nd Street/Waverly Market is open […]
March 30, 2018

News in Brief

State Center Bill Passes President of the State Center Neighborhood Alliance, John Kyle announced Friday, March 30 that the House approved HB 1286, and now all it awaits is Governor’s signature. For more than 12 years, the […]
March 30, 2018

Memorial Players Presents Into the Woods

For this year’s spring musical, Memorial Players presents Into the Woods, by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. Using familiar fairy tales, the work explores parent-child relationships in all their forms: difficult, scary and loving. Six performances are scheduled […]
March 30, 2018

Bolton Hill State Senators Face Competition in 2018 Elections

by Bill Hamilton With just 12 weeks remaining until the primary elections on June 26, Bolton Hill residents may encounter a vast number of candidates seeking their votes. In addition to statewide races for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, […]
March 30, 2018

Beth Drummond Casey New Director of Bolton Hill Nursery

After an extensive search, the Bolton Hill Nursery Board of Directors announced that they have selected Beth Drummond Casey to take over as Executive Director upon the retirement of Louie Wilder this summer.  Beth’s experience and expertise make […]
March 30, 2018

Christine Ladd-Franklin, a Scientist from Bolton Hill

By Jean Lee Cole Bolton Hill has a charming tradition of placing round blue plaques on the façades of homes that were once graced by historic figures. Right now, only two of the 22 plaques honor […]
March 30, 2018

Health Commissioner Speaks on Opioid Epidemic at Brown Memorial

By Jennifer Michael Deaths from opioid overdose continue to mount around the country. Fatalities in Baltimore alone exceeded 700 people in 2017. Society seems to finally recognize the situation as an epidemic. On March 18 at […]
March 30, 2018

Lillie Carroll Jackson Museum Opens

Speaking of Blue Plaques, what about Lillie Carroll Jackson? Many neighbors may not know about one of Bolton Hill’s most renowned residents, civil rights activist Lillie Carroll Jackson, who lived at 1320 Eutaw Place. To honor […]
March 29, 2018

Little Leaves Nurtures with Knowledge

Druid Hill Park and the Rawlings Conservatory provide an oasis of life that can be used to nurture seeds of change.  Developed by the Education Committee of the Friends of Druid Hill Park and the staff […]
March 29, 2018

Butterfly Garden Under Construction at Mt. Royal Elementary/Middle

The pollinators are coming! You may have noticed flattened cardboard boxes covering an area near the south entrance to Mount Royal Elementary/Middle School. That plot of ground is being planned for a butterfly garden and outdoor […]
March 29, 2018

Put Boltonstock 2018 on Your Calendar

Boltonstock 2018 is set for Saturday, June 2, 6–9 pm in Arnold Sumpter Park at Jordan and Laurens Streets. The hottest event of the summer will again feature delicious food and drink, community engagement, and an all-new lineup […]
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