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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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Chef Connie Johnson Chosen to Cook at Super Bowl LIV in Miami

The UMMC food manager hopes the experience will boost her healthy-eating programs for kids.

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A. Hoen & Co. Lithograph Building Now Home to Strong City Baltimore

The 50-year-old nonprofit has officially moved into the neighborhood it hopes to help grow.

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Northwood Commons Renovation Marks New Era for Northeast Baltimore Community

Despite checkered history, developers hope for promising future at Morgan State-adjacent property.

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Penn Station Renovation Secures Crucial Funding From State Tax Credit

With $53 million raised, the long-gestating project is finally taking shape.

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Cardinal Shehan Choir Heads Back to ‘The View’ on MLK Day

This time, the group will be joined by Krieger Schechter and sing with Billy Porter.

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Would Increased TV and Film Production Be Good for Baltimore?

Councilman Leon Pinkett hopes to increase production tax incentives with new resolution.

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Five Iron Golf Offers Sports Bar and Simulator Games Near Little Italy

The new attraction hopes to appeal to pros and non-golfers alike.

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What Did Baltimore Google in 2019?

Here are the topics and trends that got Charm City talking this year.

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Five Ways To Give Back This Holiday Week

Spread cheer with community parties, food drives, and bake sales.

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The Story Behind The Virtual Raven That Took Flight at M&T Bank Stadium

Mixed-reality experts explain the process of creating, and executing, the experience.

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Maryland Politicians React to Trump Impeachment

Local leaders reflect and look ahead at Senate trial.

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New Maryland Zoo Post is Personal for Kirby Fowler

Though not an animal expert, Fowler hopes his knowledge of the city will carry over.

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Jewish Community Leaders Respond to Jersey City Shooting

Councilman Izzy Patoka leads charge to increase security at kosher markets following the attack.

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The Oriole Bird Receives Well-Deserved Hall of Fame Recognition

Baltimore’s baseball mascot will finally be properly enshrined at a June 2020 ceremony.

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Pete Buttigieg Touts Criminal Justice Reform In Baltimore Visit

The presidential candidate first visit to Baltimore was for private donor fundraising event.

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New Nonprofit Encourages Baltimore Youth to Embrace World Travel

With BMore See More, local blogger Brian Oliver wants to send high schoolers across the globe.

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Catonsville Businesses Embrace Arts and Entertainment District Distinction

Historic neighborhood is the first in Baltimore County to be honored with official state designation.

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National Aquarium and Other Attractions Offer $1 Admission This Weekend

Here’s where to go and what to see without breaking the bank.

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Will Judge Make an Example Out of Catherine Pugh?

With the former mayor’s sentencing scheduled for February, both sides get to work on their case.

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Options Remain for Adnan Syed's Legal Team Following Supreme Court Denial

The nation’s highest court announced Monday that it will not hear the case.

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