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Baltimore Restaurant Week Summer 2020 – COVID-19 style

July 6th, 2020

Baltimore Restaurant Week Summer 2020 is July 24-August 2 at a good number of restaurants in Baltimore City. This year, due to the Coronavirus, a change is that Baltimore Restaurant Week will be open to both sit-down and fast-casual restaurants. This will include eateries that are currently offering curbside service only. Also, unlike past years, [...]

908 S Linwood Ave – Canton Home for Rent *RENTED*

January 9th, 2020

908 S Linwood Avenue is a Canton home for rent at $2400/month. Located in the Canton neighborhood in Baltimore, it offers convenience to Patterson Park, Downtown Baltimore, Canton Square, and 95. 908 S Linwood Avenue is a Canton row home with two bedrooms and two bath upstairs and potential bedroom and full bath in the [...]

Baltimore City Christmas Tree Pickup 2020

December 26th, 2019

Baltimore City Christmas Tree Pickup 2020 will be happening January 2-January 31, 2020. The Baltimore City Department of Public Works posted on their website: "Curbside tree collection occurs Jan. 2 – Jan. 31. Set trees out on your regular trash collection day. Place trees at the same location where you trash is collected, and make [...]

Baltimore Named Top 10 Foodie City by Yelp March 2019

March 26th, 2019

Baltimore was named a Top 10 Foodie City by Yelp in March 2019. Those of us who live in Baltimore know how many wonderful eateries we have. Now, Yelp is coming to recognize and understand just how great our restaurants can be! Yelp says that their "Data Science" team compared new restaurants in individual cities, [...]

Baltimore Property Tax Cut Proposed

March 12th, 2019

A Baltimore City property tax cut was proposed by Mayor Pugh to reduce the tax rate by 2021. Mayor Pugh's goal is to have the Baltimore City owner occupied property tax rate reduced to under 2% of an assessed property's value. Her hope is to have it reduced to 2.048% by this coming July, according [...]

Property Taxes in Baltimore County and Baltimore Rise in 2019

January 7th, 2019

Property taxes in Baltimore County and Baltimore City rise in 2019. Well, and every other county in Maryland. This is apparently the first year since 2008 where every single Maryland county is seeing property tax increases. Assessments on Maryland properties are averaging a 9.1% increase on average. Baltimore City residents are seeing a 5.9% increase, [...]

Baltimore Restaurant Week Winter 2019

January 2nd, 2019

Baltimore Restaurant Week Winter 2019 is January 11-20 at a good number of restaurants in Baltimore City. There are many different eateries on the list of restaurants in Baltimore. The participating restaurants will have prix-fixe menus. Three course dinners will be $20-35, depending on the place, (I will note, though, that in the past, the majority have been higher [...]

Baltimore City Christmas Tree Pickup 2019

December 27th, 2018

Baltimore City Christmas Tree Pickup 2018 will be happening January 2-January 31, 2019. The Baltimore City Department of Public Works posted on their website: "DPW will offer curbside tree collection from Wednesday, Jan. 2 through Thursday, Jan. 31. Residents should set out trees on their regularly scheduled trash collection day, at the same location where their [...]

Baltimore Craft Beer Festival 2018

October 29th, 2018

The Baltimore Craft Beer Festival 2018 is Saturday, November 3 at the Canton Waterfront Park. The Baltimore Craft Beer Festival will feature more than 40 Maryland craft breweries, and will also have a "homebrew" competition for those brewing at home. There will be a battle of the bands, local food, games, trivia and more. Hours [...]

Baltimore Seafood Festival 2018

September 6th, 2018

The Baltimore Seafood Festival 2018 will be held September 15 from 12-7pm at the Canton Waterfront Park. The Baltimore Seafood Festival is an event where local Baltimore restaurants will showcase signature seafood dishes for all to enjoy! It will be held rain or shine. (There is a large tent where most of the activities will occur.) [...]

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