Post-show pretzel dog!! fellspoint flic.kr/p/e3Bg1H
I love this sign. fellspoint baltimore maryland brickstreet saloon signage vintage bar street… instagr.am/p/W7sNsTxpov/
fellspoint baltimore maryland bar restaurant signage harbor bay water waterfront city cities… instagr.am/p/W8R-rmRpqv/
baltimore maryland graffiti
storefront tag downtown fellspoint streetphotography… instagr.am/p/W8SPybxprK/
Strolling through Fells Point after dinner…. travel hobo fellspoint Baltimore maryland family… instagr.am/p/W5czmzSezF/
Reasons why I love bmore… Random Walters Art in Patterson Park! ilovecitylife instagr.am/p/W7JFRyvgdw/
April 4th at Johnny Rad’s Pizza Tavern. Brightside Proudly Presents New Artworks by kikecastillo… instagr.am/p/W7PDPAsCdi/
Poe was found in gutter on Shakesphere St., behind Horse you came on. Right there where Bethel St. ends. He then died at Church Home Hospital, i believe that was the name of it, before John Hopkins bought it. And it was there that he uttered the last words of ” god bless my soul.” Somethings i know to be true. For, “all that we see or seem is but a dream.”
Baltimore City Paper
EAT SPECIAL ISSUE - Fells Point
Hamilton Bakery opens Fells Point shop
Less than two years after opening on Harford Road, Hamilton Bakery has a second location in Fells Point. You’ll find the bakery’s wonderful artisan breads, pictured, handmade pastries, various desserts, and more.
BALTIMORE, MD (March 12, 2013) – The Baltimore City Health Department issued guidance to providers of direct public health services that could lose funding under the automatic cuts in Federal resources that went into effect March 1. Officials cautioned nonprofit agencies that a drop in FY 2013 Federal funding for the City’s public health programs could necessitate the use of lines of credit, furloughs, or even staff termination in order to preserve service delivery and to continue providing care to patients.
I thought we were done jumping through Homestead tax credit hoops after last year but buckle up and dig in, looks like the Mayor wants to throw out some more…
BALTIMORE, MD (MARCH 6, 2013)—Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced her support of the recommendations of a recently released report on Maryland’s Homestead Tax Credit Program by the Department of Legislative Services’ Office of Legislative Audits. The performance audit calls on the State Department of Assessment and Taxation (SDAT) to establish a statewide, comprehensive homestead tax credit compliance program, perform data matches to monitor eligibility, and maximize the recovery of taxes for improperly granted credits.
BALTIMORE, MD (MARCH 5, 2013)—Today at a press conference attended by local workforce development leaders from business, government, and nonprofit organizations, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced the launch of Employ Baltimore – Ready to Work for You, Baltimore’s new collaborative campaign to connect qualified local job seekers with employers looking to fill job openings.
- I think her plan includes shutting down manufacturing jobs like steel plants and giving taxpayer funded subsidies to out of state companies that bring in minimum wage service industry jobs like hotels and casinos.