April 30, 2016

Reporter Luke Broadwater to Speak at MRIA's May Meeting

On the first Tuesday, May 3, MRIA will hold its Annual Membership Meeting, start with a social hour at 7 pm. Business will begin at 8 pm, with the election of new board members and officers. See […]
April 30, 2016

Renew Your MRIA Membership

By MRIA Membership Chair, Susan Haun Spring is the time for Membership renewal. If you are not yet a MRIA member or have not renewed for this year, please consider doing so online here. It’s easy […]
April 30, 2016

Safety Walk Highlights Need for Communication, Collaboration

Thursday evening, April 14th, about 40 Bolton Hill residents joined MRIA leadership and city officials for a Safety Walk around the neighborhood. Organized by MRIA’s safety committee co-chairs Jill Kingery and Barbie Klik, the almost two-mile […]
April 30, 2016

SATF Update: Stoop Success and more

The Social Action Task Force (SATF) had a lot going on Saturday, April 16. The day kicked off in the late morning with the second Party With a Purpose, which was an even bigger success than the […]
April 30, 2016

Raves for Ragtime

With record attendance the first weekend, and then sold-out, standing-room-only crowds for the last weekend, this year’s Memorial Players spring musical Ragtime was a huge success. The critics were wowed too. “Do not miss your opportunity […]
April 30, 2016

Big Fun—and Voting—at the Boundary Block Party

The No Boundaries Coalition hosted another great Block Party, an annual spring event since 2008. Usually held on the second Saturday in May, the NBC moved up the date this election year to coincide with the […]
April 30, 2016

Save the Date for BoltonStock: Saturday, June 25

Save the date for the best event of the summer. BoltonStock 2016 will be on Saturday, June 25 in Sumpter Park from 5 to 9 pm. This is the latest incarnation of the annual Bolton Hill […]
April 30, 2016

Bolton Hill Nursery Awards Grants, Plans Festival on the Hill

Festival Grants Awarded The Festival on the Hill, the neighborhood’s annual fall block party, is always a blast. Plus, all the proceeds go back into the neighborhood, supporting the Bolton Hill Nursery, which sponsors the event, […]
April 30, 2016

News from Mount Royal Elementary

By Job Grotsky, Principal of Mount Royal Elementary The Mount Royal School and PTO would like to thank all of the community members who helped organize and support the chili dinner fundraiser held on April 19. […]
April 30, 2016

MICA Reveals the History of Prints and Posters Behind the Dolphin Building

Students from MICA’s Globe Poster Remix course collaborated with acclaimed street artist POSE to create an outdoor mural on the college’s notable Dolphin Building, near the Mt. Royal Light Rail station. The artwork is a call and […]
April 30, 2016

School attended by Thurgood Marshall burns in Upton

On Wednesday, April 6, the historic Public School 103 in Upton caught fire. According to the Baltimore Sun, the school, which had been unoccupied for many years, sustained an estimated $50,000 in damage. Thurgood Marshall, the […]
April 30, 2016

Whitelock Community Farm Thriving

In 2010, Reservoir Hill residents, with the help of hundreds of volunteers, converted a vacant lot into an active urban farm. With continued neighborhood support, Whitelock Community Farm (WCF) has greatly improved access to healthy, local […]
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