That declaration acts as a preface to BHCA’s new strategic plan for Bolton Hill, the first such document in 15 years, intended to guide the association in establishing priorities and interacting with city government and private interests. The 21-page plan was unanimously adopted by the BHCA board at its April Zoom meeting.
Most of the news about dining out this year has been bleak. More cheerful has been the arrival in December of Alma Cocina Latina, relocating from Canton to the old Chesapeake (and more recently Pen and Quill) restaurant site on North Charles Street.
It is hard to stay cheerful more than two months into the COVID-19 Maryland shutdown, especially if you are among the thousands who have lost love ones or employment or have had to shut down your business. We have tried here to construct a glass-half-full version of related events. Embrace it if you can.