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Sliders and Shotti’s To Receive Aid from Jimmy’s Famous Seafood’s Fundraising Campaign

Sliders and Shotti’s To Receive Aid from Jimmy’s Famous Seafood’s Fundraising Campaign

Jimmy’s Famous Seafood has launched a GoFundMe fundraising effort to support local restaurants struggling due to the current dining shutdown in Baltimore City implemented by Mayor Brandon Scott. Beneficiaries of this fundraiser will be South Baltimore bars Shotti’s Point Charm City and Sliders Bar & Grille, in addition to The Chasseur, G&A Restaurant, and The Angle Inn.

| January 19, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Great Plates of Late Around South Baltimore

Great Plates of Late Around South Baltimore

Great plates around South Baltimore including pizza, nachos, short rib, burritos, and tacos.

| January 14, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Diamondback Brewery Places Bet with Buffalo Brewery in Anticipation of the Ravens/Bills Playoff Game

Diamondback Brewery Places Bet with Buffalo Brewery in Anticipation of the Ravens/Bills Playoff Game

In anticipation of this Saturday’s AFC Divisional Round game between the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills, Diamondback Brewery has placed a friendly wager with Buffalo’s Thin Man Brewery.

| January 13, 2021 | 0 Comments
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522,675 Sq. Ft. of New Warehouse Space and 58,075 Sq. Ft. of Office Space Planned for Curtis Bay

522,675 Sq. Ft. of New Warehouse Space and 58,075 Sq. Ft. of Office Space Planned for Curtis Bay

The project is by Indianapolis-based Scannell Properties, which has built many distribution, warehousing, transportation, and logistics centers around the county. It has done build-to-suit projects for companies such as Amazon, FedEx, GE, and Best Buy.

| January 12, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Updated Plans Presented for the Westport Waterfront Redevelopment

Updated Plans Presented for the Westport Waterfront Redevelopment

Stonewall Capital made changes to the master plan from the feedback of the panelists and comments from the Westport community. The plan still includes 1,575 housing units, retail, innovation/office space, parks, trails, and green spaces.

| January 11, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Don’t Know Tavern Receives Aid From Barstool Sports

Don’t Know Tavern Receives Aid From Barstool Sports

Barstool Sports and its founder Dave Portnoy recently started The Barstool Fund to support small businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. It was started with a $500,000 donation by Portnoy and it has now raised more than $20 million with donations from celebrities such as Tom Brady, Guy Fieri, and Kid Rock.

| January 8, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Work Resumes at Port Covington, Construction Slated to Begin on Five Buildings

Work Resumes at Port Covington, Construction Slated to Begin on Five Buildings

Construction crews are back at Port Covington doing prep work for the first phase of vertical construction on the 235-acre, $5.5-billion, multi-decade development in South Baltimore. Construction on five new buildings totaling 1.1 million sq. ft. is expected to begin in the next three weeks.

| January 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Riverside Bar ‘Idle Hour’ Featured in New York Times Article about Chartreuse

Riverside Bar ‘Idle Hour’ Featured in New York Times Article about Chartreuse

New York Times recently published a profile on the French liqueur Chartreuse which has been made by monks for more than 400 years. Riverside bar Idle Hour has become well known as a place to get this unique spirit that is prominently displayed behind the bar. Idle Hour owners Randal Etheridge and Brendan Finnerty were quoted in the article.

| January 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
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New Video Shows Scenes of Baltimore Restaurants After Dining Shutdown

New Video Shows Scenes of Baltimore Restaurants After Dining Shutdown

South Baltimore resident Joel Anderson of Anderson Strategy and Canton resident Jimmy Richards of Bay Central Media produced a video to show the sights and scenes at Baltimore restaurants in the two days after the new dining ban went into effect on December 11th.

| January 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Longtime South Baltimore Resident and Bartender Dies After Car Crashes Into Parkville Crabs

Longtime South Baltimore Resident and Bartender Dies After Car Crashes Into Parkville Crabs

Deanna Jean Allik, who was previously a longtime South Baltimore resident and bartender at MaGerks Pub, died last Friday when a vehicle crashed into Parkville Crabs in Parkville, MD. Allik, who was 35, was a co-owner of the business.

| December 22, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Gaslight Square in Carroll-Camden Sells for $3.875 Million, Will Be Renovated

Gaslight Square in Carroll-Camden Sells for $3.875 Million, Will Be Renovated

Gaslight Square, a 100,000 sq. ft. mixed-use office and light industrial building in Carroll-Camden Industrial Area, sold last week for $3.875 million to Equity Warehouse, LLC.  It sits on its own 2.7-acre campus bounded by Bayard, Bush, and Severn St.

| December 22, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Glen Burnie’s ‘Champs Pizza’ Taking Over Social Pub in Federal Hill

Glen Burnie’s ‘Champs Pizza’ Taking Over Social Pub in Federal Hill

Sonny Rawal, owner of Champs Pizza in Glen Burnie, is taking over the former Social Pub at 25 E. Cross St. in Federal Hill. The new concept, called ‘Last Call By Champs,’ will be more of a bar-themed spin-off of the popular Glen Burnie restaurant.

| December 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Curbside Recycling Collection to Resume on January 19th

Curbside Recycling Collection to Resume on January 19th

Councilman Eric Costello announced today that Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) will resume curbside recycling collection on January 19th. DPW suspended curbside recycling collection on August 31st due to its struggles with a reduced workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic.

| December 15, 2020 | 0 Comments
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New Members Added to the ‘Middle Branch Master Plan’ Design Team to Strengthen Equity and Inclusion

New Members Added to the ‘Middle Branch Master Plan’ Design Team to Strengthen Equity and Inclusion

Work is already in process on the master plan and an “intensive round” of public outreach is planned for early next year. A new website called Reimagine Middle Branch (reimaginemb.com) has been launched to bring project information and updates together under one umbrella.

| December 9, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Nightly Menorah Lighting During Chanukah at the HarborView Promenade

Nightly Menorah Lighting During Chanukah at the HarborView Promenade

Chabad of South Baltimore is hosting nightly Menorah lightings over 8 nights of Chanukah at the HarborView promenade.

| December 8, 2020 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Crime Updates

South Baltimore Crime Updates

A detailed crime report for the last 30 days in SoBo and SoWeBo.

| December 7, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Podcast: This Week in South Baltimore Episode 8

Podcast: This Week in South Baltimore Episode 8

On Episode 8 of This Week in South Baltimore, Nate and Kevin discuss new businesses opening in Federal Hill, Downtown, and Pigtown; some business closures around the area; the potential for a large real estate development in the heart of Federal Hill; Baltimore’s effort for a new arena; a big new development on the westside of Downtown; real estate news; local stories; events; and great plates around SoBo.

| December 4, 2020 | 0 Comments
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