September 6, 2015

Explaining Baltimore

by Darma Kamenetz A Note from the Editors: We, like many of you, have found recent events in our city and our neighborhood very disturbing. These events require our response, and such response needs to use strategies of […]
September 6, 2015

BHEN: What Is It and What’s It For?

Vacation’s over! The Board will meet on Tuesday, September 1 at 8 p.m. in the Upper Parish Hall of Memorial Episcopal Church at the corner of Bolton & Lafayette. Enter at the Lafayette St. doors. MRIA […]
September 6, 2015

A Glimpse of Bolton Hill in 1911

Local author, Park School librarian, and Newbery Medal winner Laura Amy Schlitz has set her latest novel, The Hired Girl, in 1911 Baltimore. The book tells the story of fourteen-year-old Joan Skraggs, who runs away from […]
September 6, 2015

Let’s Get Fiberoptic Internet for Bolton Hill

The Baltimore Broadband Coalition is crowdsourcing funds to bring high-speed, affordable internet service to Baltimore via fiberoptic cable. The coalition has divided the city into neighborhoods and assigned a goal for “backers” needed from each area. […]
September 6, 2015

Volunteers Needed at Meals on Wheels

Every weekday, volunteers deliver fresh meals to a dozen or more households in our area. In 1960, two Baltimore women replicated a meal-delivery program that originated in London, and the service has been making a big difference […]
September 6, 2015

September events

MICA Intersection Exhibit: North Avenue & Charles Street   Reception, Friday, September 4, 5–7 p.m.; exhibit open Tuesday, September 1 through Sunday, September 20, Riggs and Leidy galleries inside the Fred Lazarus IV Center, 131 W. North […]
September 1, 2015

Haiku

Re-collecting By Peter Van Buren Beads of thought connect, memories swirl, align to rework life’s necklace. 2014 By Jean Lee Cole Summer’s last breath Settles over the city — Teeth on edge.
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