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Sometimes we make the news. Sometimes we find ideas that inspire us. There are always new points of view to discover, and this is where we share ours.
Every day, medical staff responsible for transporting lifesaving donor organs are faced with decisions that could mean the difference between life or death for a transplant candidate and autonomous transportation can change this.Read More
The market has small specialty shops that sell anything from flowers to salmon BLTs to scones and chocolate bon-bons.Read More
A growing Baltimore nonprofit founded by former pro-lacrosse player Matt Hanna has leased a high-profile space at Belvedere Square to grow its program to help city youth strengthen their academics. Next One Up signed a lease to take over the former Brick Bodies gym at Belvedere Square that sits at the corner of York Road…Read More
Next One Up (NOU), a Baltimore nonprofit transforming the lives of young men in the City by supporting their academic, athletic and social development, announced plans today for Base Camp, its first full-time programming space.Read More
Under new ownership of Monument Marine Group, Lighthouse Point Marina is expected to be fully replaced, leveraging several years of design, engineering, and geotechnical work conducted by War Horse Cities BALTIMORE, MD – April 20, 2022 – War Horse Cities, a real estate investment and development firm, today announced the sale of Lighthouse Point…Read More
At One With Nature A couple transforms a typical suburban home into a study in sustainable living. By Christianna McCausland | Photography by Jen Chase | November 2021 Drive by the home of Carri Beer and her husband, Michael Hindle, and you see it right away—this house is not like the others. Situated on…Read More
Lisa Mackem The previous Reston National Golf Course (RNGC) owners fought against Reston residents for the right to develop the golf course into a townhome community. A four-year court battle resulted in a ruling to preserve the golf course as provided in the Reston Comprehensive Plan. In 2019, new owners bought the golf course. They…Read More
A Baltimore street artist is painting a new mural at The Hall CP. Nether, who has done more than 100 murals mostly around Baltimore where he’s from, is using spray paint and paint sprayers to create a mural on the sides of the steel shipping containers that line the exterior of the College Park food hall and music venue.…Read More
Baltimore Public Markets reopened Hollins Market last week following a $1-million interior renovation. The market was supposed to stay open during the renovation, but has been closed since March 19th due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The $1-million renovation by Baltimore Public Markets, which owns the market, is in addition to a $250,000 exterior renovation by…Read More
Two of Baltimore’s top developers have teamed up to continue efforts to redo the area surrounding historic Hollins Market. Scott Plank and Ernst Valery said Thursday they had formed a partnership to bring at least 12 new townhouses to the community by 2022. Plank’s War Horse Cities and the nonprofit War Horse Cities CDC have teamed up with…Read More