October 30, 2016

Festival on the Hill Shines in the Rain

Bolton Hill doesn’t let a little rain dampen its spirits. In spite of a less than perfect Saturday, the 63rd Annual Festival on the Hill had a great turnout. Bolton Hill Nursery organized a veritable army […]
October 30, 2016

Madison Park North Redevelopment Announced

On September 26, the Coalition for the Redevelopment of Madison Park North announced that the redevelopment of the subsidized housing complex at the southern end of Reservoir Hill would move forward with two longtime Baltimore developers. […]
October 30, 2016

Memorial Players’ “Romulus,” Nov. 11–20

The Memorial Players fall production, the political satire Romulus, by Gore Vidal, begins its run on Friday, Nov. 11, playing Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 pm and Sunday matinees at 3:30 pm through Sunday, Nov. […]
October 30, 2016

Mt. Royal Streetscaping to Begin Spring 2017

By Steve Howard As many of you may recall, the city has long planned to install bicycle lanes along Mt. Royal Avenue. Almost three years ago, after a public meeting in February 2014, and discussion at the […]
October 30, 2016

The Commuter Chronicles: The Whiskey Clutch

Day in and day out, more than 30,000 people make the daily trek from Maryland to Washington DC, traveling 4-6 hours per day just to be able to call Charm City home. These are their stories. By Claudia […]
October 30, 2016

Fall Crime Stats and Safety Tips

The Safety and Security Committee reported at MRIA’s October meeting about crime trends in the neighborhood over the past few years, measures undertaken by Baltimore Police and MICA to respond to recent upticks in crime, and […]
October 30, 2016

New Guide Promotes Holiday Volunteering

As we round the corner and head into the last months of the year, our thoughts often turn to giving – giving thanks, and giving to others. To help neighbors with their philanthropic efforts, MRIA’s Social Action […]
October 30, 2016

Brown Memorial Tutoring Program Supports Baltimore’s Children

By Martha Socolar For over 50 years, the Brown Memorial Tutoring Program has helped Baltimore children learn to read. Each year 80-some students from three Baltimore City Public schools come to Brown Memorial to receive 75 minutes […]
October 30, 2016

The Midtown Missive: Fall Open House, Election, Artists

By Jennifer Devon, Executive Director of The Midtown Academy Fall’s a busy time for all of us here at The Midtown Academy. Here’s what we’re up to: Our Fall Open House will be held Friday, November 4 from […]
October 30, 2016

Baltimore Rising Exhibition at MICA

MICA will host a three-week event Baltimore Rising Exhibition that examines the aftermath of the 2015 uprising and explores the relationship between art and activism. Open from November 2 to 23 in the Riggs Gallery, 131 […]
October 30, 2016

November Events

Here’s a brief overview of some of the local happenings in November. Go to the Bulletin Calendar for details and additional events—just click on an event to see more information. November 1 – MRIA Board Meeting; everyone is […]
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