Bolton Hill

Food & Drink

Review: Noona's

Noona’s keeps it casual in Bolton Hill.

The Chatter

New Club Brings Together Baltimoreans With Shared Dining Interests

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

In Good Taste

Chef Andy Thomas Puts His Own Spin on Pub Fare at The Tilted Row

Local industry veteran shares journey to the Middle Eastern-influenced restaurant in Bolton Hill.

In Good Taste

CookHouse to Replace B. Bistro and Bring European Fare to Bolton Hill

The new spot will debut this fall, offering an all-day menu, full bar, and takeout service.

Arts District

Step Inside the Ornate Rowhome of Late Artist Les Harris

Bolton Hill rowhome of the renaissance man is on the market.

Arts District

Human Being Studios Opens in Bolton Hill

The new studio will be a community hub for local videographers and photographers.

News & Community

The Chatter: October 2016

Overheard at Fells Point Ghostwalk, Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, and Fluid Movement.

Home & Living

Labor of Love

The 12-year journey to revive a Bolton Hill Victorian yields a showpiece.

Home & Living

Collective Soul

Inside Susanna-Cole King’s Bolton Hill apartment.

Home & Living

Pocket Gardens

Here are three unique perspectives on urban gardening.

Outside World

​City Council to Move Today to Rename Robert E. Lee Park

Rawlings-Blake announces review of all of Baltimore’s Confederate statues.

In Good Taste

Ryleigh’s Oyster Debuts at Meyerhoff

Slurp a dozen on the half shell before heading to the symphony space.

Home & Living

Renovating a Historic Home From an Ocean Away

Purchasing and renovating a historic home on a deadline is challenge enough. Imagine doing it from an ocean away.

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