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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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The Chatter

Lexington Market to Host Trash Bash Aimed at Beautifying Downtown Area

Partnership between developers and Everyman Theatre comes on the cusp of renovations.

The Chatter

Charles Village Construction Plagues Local Businesses

Area shops and restaurants suffered big losses this summer due to ongoing streetwork.

The Chatter

Pimlico Renovations Will Impact More Than Just Preakness

Agreement between city and track officials aims to revitalize Park Heights as a whole.

The Chatter

New City Council Bill Could Ban Plastic Bag Use Across Baltimore

A vote next week could set in motion a bill that reaches the mayor’s desk.

Camden Station

What to Look Out For at the Newly Renovated Camden Station

Historical site is a vast improvement for riders in its new iteration.

The Chatter

Renovated McKeldin Square to Honor Life of Revered Baltimore Mayor

Theodore McKeldin devoted his public service to developing the Inner Harbor.

Arts District

What the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s One-Year Agreement Means For its Musicians

After a tension-filled absence, the BSO’s 104th season will open this weekend.

The Chatter

Baltimore Students Take to the Streets as Part of Global Climate Strike

Bryn Mawr and MICA students organize walk-outs to spur action against climate change.

The Chatter

H.L. Mencken House Preservation Efforts Take Shape

The famed Baltimore writer’s home will be a museum that tells all sides of his story.

On The Town

Charm City Night Market Plots Bigger and Brighter Return in Second Year

The event highlighting Asian American culture is expanding its reach and ambition.

The Chatter

Protests Planned Ahead of Trump Visit to Baltimore Thursday

Groups will make voices heard outside of House Republican Retreat in Harbor East area.

The Chatter

As Hurricane Dorian Travels Up The Coast, Experts Assess Baltimore’s Storm Readiness

Taking stock of the city’s preparedness in the case of a major weather event.

The Chatter

Getting to Halethorpe’s Guinness Brewery Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

A new bus route will make direct trips from downtown Baltimore to the facility.

The Chatter

New Club Brings Together Baltimoreans With Shared Dining Interests

As it develops, the Baltimore Supper Club hopes to bridge neighborhood gaps.

The Chatter

Greedy Reads Plans Remington Expansion for Late Fall

The Fells Point bookstore will open its second location in a space across from R. House.

Food & Drink

Feathers Fly Over Who Has the Best Chicken Sandwich

Duh. We do.

The Chatter

Ray Lewis Set to Appear on Dancing with the Stars

The Ravens great will compete for the mirror ball trophy starting in September.

The Chatter

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.

The Chatter

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.

The Chatter

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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