Stanley Mazaroff and Nancy Dorman have lived on Park Avenue for more than half a century and during that time have become important figures in the art world as collectors, critics and scholars. Now in their 80s, they are downsizing — to the benefit of Bolton Hill and the city.
As we celebrate the passing of the old, and the birth of new, take time to reflect on our good fortune in Bolton Hill. We live in a real community that provides a web of friendship and support to its residents. This is rare.
Thomas Martine Hasler, a longtime resident of Bolton Hill and a survivor of the Holocaust, died on Nov. 30 at University of Maryland Medical Center from complications following a stroke three weeks earlier. He had just turned 82.
Just a few blocks west from Bolton Hill, at 1714 Madison Street, Payne Memorial AME Church stands as an example of the intersection of faith, community service and change under the leadership of Rev. Melech E.M. Thomas. Growing up in the church he now leads, Rev. Thomas’s story is one of personal transformation and a higher calling.
There’s another newish business in the neighborhood, and for Bolton Hill, made up mostly of grand old residences and apartments, that is news. Primal Massage at 1704 Eutaw Place offers a range of massage and related health and relaxation services.
🗓️ Next BHCA Meeting: January, 9 7:30pm (In Person) 🎻 BHCA Members can get discounts at BSO 🌳 New benches brighten Mt Royal Ave 🗳️ Want to be an election judge in 2024? 🌻 Garden club greening grant cycle opens Jan. 1 ♻️ City hopes for renewed weekly recycling pickups by March