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Demolition Begins at Future Site of ‘The Paramount Baltimore’ Across from M&T Bank Stadium

Demolition Begins at Future Site of ‘The Paramount Baltimore’ Across from M&T Bank Stadium

Demolition is underway at 1300 Warner St. in Stadium Area, which is the future site of music venue The Paramount Baltimore. The proposed $50-million, 92,975 sq. ft., 4,000-seat facility will take the place of an existing 91,744 sq. ft. brick building and warehouse on a two-acre lot.

| July 2, 2020 | 0 Comments
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The Sweet Shoppe Closes at Cross Street Market, Taharka Brothers to Replace It

The Sweet Shoppe Closes at Cross Street Market, Taharka Brothers to Replace It

After 32 years at Cross Street Market, The Sweet Shoppe closed as owner Pete Pittas is planning to retire. The Cross Street Market team of Caves Valley Partners and CANAdev announced today the candy stall will be replaced by Taharka Brothers, a Baltimore-based ice cream business, this summer.

| July 1, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Bartending Academy “Gorgitenders” Opening in Federal Hill

Bartending Academy “Gorgitenders” Opening in Federal Hill

Bartending academy Gorgitenders is opening at 912 S. Charles St. in Federal Hill. Gorgitenders is taking over an approximately 1,000 sq. ft. space that was recently the home of vintage shop SIX2SIX Society.

| June 29, 2020 | 0 Comments
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YogaWorks Closes in Federal Hill

YogaWorks Closes in Federal Hill

YogaWorks has closed its second-floor studio at 1024 Light St. in Federal Hill. This YogaWorks location, which used to be Charm City Yoga before it was acquired by YogaWorks, moved to this location in 2014.

| June 29, 2020 | 0 Comments
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The Maryland Science Center to Reopen Next Week at 25% Capacity, IMAX Remains Closed

The Maryland Science Center to Reopen Next Week at 25% Capacity, IMAX Remains Closed

The Science Center will welcome guests at 25% capacity Thursdays through Sundays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

| June 25, 2020 | 0 Comments
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AVAM Cancels Flicks From the Hill in 2020, Pet Parade Goes Virtual, Museum Remains Closed

AVAM Cancels Flicks From the Hill in 2020, Pet Parade Goes Virtual, Museum Remains Closed

Two of the American Visionary Art Museum’s much-anticipated annual summer events have changes for 2020: July 4th Visionary Pets on Parade goes virtual for this year, and The Hughes Family Flicks from the Hill movie series has been canceled.

| June 25, 2020 | 0 Comments
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B&O Railroad Museum Reopens Today, Announces New Partnership with Northeast Maglev

B&O Railroad Museum Reopens Today, Announces New Partnership with Northeast Maglev

The B&O Railroad Museum reopened today with schedule of events and new safety procedures in place. The B&O also has a new educational partnership at Northeast Maglev.

| June 25, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Bright Horizons Closes Daycare Center at Tide Point in Locust Point

Bright Horizons Closes Daycare Center at Tide Point in Locust Point

“Our center has supported childcare needs in the community for over 9 years, however due to the impact of COVID-19 and low demand, the center is unable to operate at a sustainable financial level.”

| June 24, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Order & Chaos to Serve THB Bagels as Part of Marketing Partnership with Planit

Order & Chaos to Serve THB Bagels as Part of Marketing Partnership with Planit

Planit, a Federal Hill-based communications, marketing, and digital agency, had added THB Bagelry + Deli to its roster of clients. Planit owns Order & Chaos Coffee, which is attached to its Key Hwy Headquarters, and the cafe is now selling THB’s bagels as part of the marketing partnership.

| June 24, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Horseshoe Casino to Reopen on Sunday

Horseshoe Casino to Reopen on Sunday

Horseshoe Casino Baltimore announced today that it will reopen to the general public at 8am on Sunday. However, Caesars Rewards Seven Stars and Diamond card holders will be able to start gaming at the casino starting this Friday at 8am.

| June 23, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Port Covington Updates for Chapter 1B: Affordable Housing Totals, Hotel Added

Port Covington Updates for Chapter 1B: Affordable Housing Totals, Hotel Added

Last week, the Port Covington Development Team announced its plans for affordable housing in Chapter 1B of the development along with plans to replace an apartment building with a hotel. The Port Covington Development is a 235-acre, $5.5-billion, multi-decade development in South Baltimore.

| June 23, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Port Covington Development Approved for $148 Million in TIF Bonds, Construction to Resume This Fall

Port Covington Development Approved for $148 Million in TIF Bonds, Construction to Resume This Fall

On Wednesday, the Baltimore City Board of Estimates approved the sale of the first round of tax increment financing (TIF) bonds for the Port Covington development. This round of TIF bonds, which will be sold on the market by the Maryland Economic Development Corporation (MEDCO), will result in $148 million for infrastructure at the 235-acre, $5.5-billion, multi-decade Port Covington project.

| June 22, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Cross Street Market to Reopen on Thursday

Cross Street Market to Reopen on Thursday

Baltimore restaurants, malls, and casinos were allowed to open at 50 percent capacity as of last Friday as Baltimore City entered Stage Two of the State of Maryland’s “Roadmap to Recovery.’ Federal Hill’s Cross Street Market, which has been open for curbside and carryout window service during the COVID-19 pandemic, will allow customers back inside starting this Thursday at 11am.

| June 22, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore City Recreation & Parks to Make Announcement on Pools This Week

Baltimore City Recreation & Parks to Make Announcement on Pools This Week

Baltimore City has entered Stage Two of the State of Maryland’s ‘Roadmap to Recovery’ from the COVID-19 pandemic. Stage Two allows pools to open at 50 percent capacity. While some private pools in the city have already opened, the public pools in the city have not yet opened.

| June 22, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore City Allows Gyms, Restaurant Dining Rooms, Places of Worship, Casinos, Museums, and Malls to Reopen

Baltimore City Allows Gyms, Restaurant Dining Rooms, Places of Worship, Casinos, Museums, and Malls to Reopen

Baltimore City Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced today that the City is following Maryland’s Stage Two ‘Roadmap to Recovery’ from the COVID-19 pandemic as of 5pm toady. This allows businesses, attractions, and places of worship to reopen at 50 percent.

| June 19, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Orioles and Trey Mancini Partner on T-Shirt to Benefit Colorectal Cancer

Orioles and Trey Mancini Partner on T-Shirt to Benefit Colorectal Cancer

In support of Mancini’s fight and his partnership with the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, the Orioles are selling #F16HT t-shirts to benefit the Alliance. All net proceeds from the t-shirts will benefit the Colorectal Cancer Alliance Patient and Family Support Services.

| June 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Emergent BioSolutions Adding Approximately 300 Jobs After New COVID-19 Vaccine Contracts

Emergent BioSolutions Adding Approximately 300 Jobs After New COVID-19 Vaccine Contracts

Business is booming for Emergent BioSolutions as it has assisted in the country’s push to create COVID-19 treatments and vaccines. Emergent is developing two plasma-based treatments for COVID-19 and has partnered with four companies on vaccine candidates. It is additionally partnering with the Federal Government to develop and manufacture COVID-19 vaccines.

| June 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
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