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Evan Greenberg

Evan Greenberg is the digital editorial assistant for Baltimore magazine. A native of Atlanta, he works on digital initiatives and explores the how and why of what makes the people, places, and things of Baltimore tick.


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Plans to Transform Penn Station Into Station North Hub Continue Forward

A pledge from Amtrak as well as government and private funds will contribute to neighborhood renovation.

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Reopening of Harlem Park Recreation Center Marks a New Beginning

The West Baltimore hub is back, serving as a model for future Rec and Parks projects.

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Clavel Chef Carlos Raba Opening Jiu-Jitsu-Focused Youth Center in Remington

The martial arts devotee shifts his attention to another passion with the new community space.

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Severe Flooding Plagues Neighborhoods Surrounding the Inner Harbor

Stark images of Harbor East and Fells Point arise on social media as area reckons with heavy rainfall.

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Rat-Centric Real Estate Listing Puts Positive Spin on Baltimore Criticism

Dudley Roan Home Team places costumed rat in photos of latest listing.

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What is the Likelihood of President Trump Coming to Baltimore?

With a House Republican conference and an invitation from Elijah Cummings, a presidential visit might be imminent.

ArtsDistrict

Woodstock 50 Officially Cancelled Amid Merriweather Post Pavilion Speculation

Venue agreed to host with artists’ commitment, but organizers called off event Wednesday.

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Developers Hope to Unveil Greektown’s Yard 56 by 2020

The mixed-use project will be anchored by Streets Market and LA Fitness.

Arts District

Endowment Establishes BMA Center Studying Works of Henri Matisse

BMA director Christopher Bedford shares vision for incubation space to be unveiled by 2021.

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Orioles’ Wilkerson Becomes First Position Player To Record a Save

In a long and bizarre game that lasted into the morning, O’s walked away with a 10-8 win.

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Five Theme Parks to Get An Adrenaline Rush Within Driving Distance

Take advantage of Charm City’s proximity to several of the country’s best amusement parks.

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Baltimoreans Recount the Moon Landing on Its 50th Anniversary

For those around to see it, the Apollo 11 mission was an especially momentous occasion.

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Charm City Games Kicks Off Inaugural Year at Canton Waterfront Park

Rec and Parks-led initiative hopes to bring kids together in the name of friendly competition.

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What You Need to Know for Artscape 2019

A changing footprint, exciting exhibitions, and nods to the moon landing highlight annual festival.

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Demolition of Baltimore City Detention Center Sparks Intense Debate

Demolition contract would see historic site razed and rehabilitation center installed in its place.

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Gerrymandering Decision Leaves Maryland Political Leaders Disappointed

After the Supreme Court ruling, calls for reform have increased on both sides of the aisle.

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Kamala Harris Campaign Staffers Adjust to Life in Baltimore

As Senator Kamala Harris’ campaign for president settles in, her staffers discover their new city.

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Baltimore Water Taxi Looks Toward the Future

Three years into being a Sagamore Ventures enterprise, the service is working on increasing visibility, riders, and its reach.

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Notre Dame Maryland Student Activist Wants to Change the Perception of Baltimore

Jamesha Caldwell has built a name for herself through her poetry and research.

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Enoch Pratt Brings Digital Resources to Local Laundromats

Wash and Learn Initiative aims to provide resources to those without regular Internet access

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Relics of Baltimore's Forgotten Punk Scene Showcased in New Metro Gallery Exhibit: Celebrated Summer Records owner Tony Pence curates fliers, photos, and music from 1977 to 1989.

Decades Night Club Documents Baltimore Club Music History at the Peale Center: We speak with curator Mia Loving about her latest exhibit, on view through this week.

Severe Flooding Plagues Neighborhoods Surrounding the Inner Harbor: Stark images of Harbor East and Fells Point arise on social media as area reckons with heavy rainfall.

Developers Hope to Unveil Greektown’s Yard 56 by 2020: The mixed-use project will be anchored by Streets Market and LA Fitness.

Oletha DeVane Showcases Sculptural Works in 'Traces of Spirit' at the BMA: Local multidisciplinary artist explores religion, nature, and humanity in exhibit on view through October 20.