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Hit the Nail on the Head

South Baltimore tool nonprofit celebrates its fifth anniversary.
News & Community

Hit the Nail on the Head

South Baltimore tool nonprofit celebrates its fifth anniversary.
 Doors Open Baltimore
Arts District
Discover Architectural Hidden Gems with Doors Open Baltimore
Residents can tour more than 50 of the city’s historical structures.
Arts District

Discover Architectural Hidden Gems with Doors Open Baltimore

Residents can tour more than 50 of the city’s historical structures.
 Courtesy of the Greek Food, Wine, and Culture Festival
On The Town
Greek Festival Will Introduce New Wine Program Next Weekend
Nearly 50 years old, the community event combines new attractions with old traditions.
On The Town

Greek Festival Will Introduce New Wine Program Next Weekend

Nearly 50 years old, the community event combines new attractions with old traditions.

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Arts District

David Simon Discusses New HBO Series The Deuce

Co-creator talks about his creative process and what he’s working on next.

The Chatter

Local Residents Have Mixed Feelings About School Starting After Labor Day

Parents, teachers, and administrators weigh in on September 5 start.

The Chatter

Partial Eclipse, Lots of Clouds, and Total Fun

Maryland Science Center draws 3,000 to eclipse viewing event.


Sports

Let the Good Times Roll

A disappearing pastime, duckpin bowling is spared in its hometown of Baltimore.


In Good Taste

Food Truck Owners’ Case Challenging 300-Foot Rule Heads to Trial

Mobile vendors continue their fight to overturn the city’s controversial proximity law.

The Chatter

Confederate Monuments in Baltimore “Quickly and Quietly” Removed

In the middle of the night, crews hauled away the controversial statues.

The Chatter

City Paper Editors and Mark Steiner Join Forces to Create Journalism Nonprofit

Local team looks to fill the void of alternative news in the city.

The Chatter

Local Startup Wins Seed Funding to Help Babies Sleep Safely

Shantell Roberts earns funding from Johns Hopkins to promote safe sleep for babies.


The Chatter

Debate Over Confederate Statues Continues in Baltimore

Mayor Pugh and city residents call for removal of Confederate monuments.

Best of Baltimore

Best of Baltimore 2017

Our annual celebration of all things awesome in the Baltimore region.

The Chatter

Baltimore Residents Struggle to Pay Increasing Water Bills

Community leaders gather to discuss the water affordability crisis.

Arts District

Big Changes for the Baltimore AFRAM Festival

The annual festival has been downsized and relocated.

News & Community

You Are Here: Gifted

Scenes from Special Olympics of Maryland, Star-Spangled Banner Flag House, and a Tree Bus Tour.

The Chatter

Baltimore Native Eric Bigger Shares Bachelorette Experience

Local cast mate from the ABC show talks upbringing and his favorite televised date.

Outside World

Girl Scouts Add New Badges Focused on Science, Tech, Math, and Engineering

New additions include robotics, programming, and mechanical design.

News & Community

Justice For All

Fifty years after Thurgood Marshall’s Supreme Court confirmation, Baltimore’s great dismantler of Jim Crow remains a colossus of U.S. history.

The Chatter

Carmelo Anthony’s Heart is Still in Baltimore

And other top news from Baltimore sports this week.

The Chatter

Bad Batch App Notifies Community of Heroin Overdoses

Working with the Baltimore City Health Department, new app alerts users to bad batches in the area.

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