The Bolton Hill Bulletin
Vol. XLVII No. 6 • July-August 2018

July 15, 2018
Ursula Ricks Project plays Boltonstock 2018

Despite rain, Boltonstock rocks

The weather on Saturday June 2 was horrible, especially right around 5 p.m., when Boltonstock was scheduled to start. The rain poured and the wind blew. But thanks to the generosity of Memorial Episcopal Church and […]
July 15, 2018
PWP postcards

Party with a Purpose supports immigrant rights

By William Hamilton As headlines about federal policies that resulted in children being separated from their parents along the US–Mexican border shocked the nation, some 50 Bolton Hill residents gathered on a July Sunday to support […]
July 15, 2018

Neighborhood fountains flowing

For the first time in several years, the fountains are sparkling all across Bolton Hill. Up and down Eutaw Place and Park Avenue, and in the lush environs of the so-called “Lion Park” and John St. […]
July 15, 2018

News briefs

Proposed development at 1214 Eutaw Place On the west side of Eutaw Place across from Francis Scott Key Monument stands an enormous building that has been vacant since 1992.  At one time, this was the site […]
July 15, 2018
Samaritan gala guests

$12,000 raised at Samaritan Community gala

The Samaritan Community’s annual fundraiser, held at the historic Charles Theatre on May 21, raised more than $12,000. At the “Movie Night” gala, guests enjoyed food from Tapas Teatro, fine wine, a movie of their choice […]
July 15, 2018

The celebrities of John Street

By Jean Lee Cole In 1906, Baltimore Sun reporter Emily Emerson Lantz described John Street as “a modest little scrap of a street—only six short blocks in all.” Yet what erudition, artistic inspiration, and human experience […]
July 15, 2018

Shining new light on Maple Leaf Park

Maple Leaf Park is tucked away at the north end of Bolton Hill and cherished by those who know how to find it. Residents around the park have taken special care over the years to enhance its […]
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