Baltimore Neighborhoods

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The eclectic, up and coming Brewers Hill is a friendly neighborhood that includes a variety of houses built between 1915 and 1920…


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Overlea resident Mark is out on a Saturday morning walk with his three beautiful Great Danes. All three dogs have a special story. One was born blind in his right eye; the other two were rescue […]


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Nestled in Roland Park’s restaurant row on Cold Spring Lane, Roland Park Bagel Company is a great place to grab bagels, coffee, and breakfast sandwiches…


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Baltimore’s Federal Hill neighborhood is made of brick, late 19th century homes. Many have been beautifully rehabbed in the last 15 to 20 years, and residents have a strong sense of community working hard to […]


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Creativity raises its head from the base of a tree in the form of a “Spinal Tap” sized Stonehenge in Baltimore’s Bolton Hill…


Nite Lite Photo Of The Weekend~

Fells Point is popular for its nightlife with the greatest concentration of pubs/bars in the city. But among the tugboats, taverns, and restaurants are some of the most unique shops around, including Brassworks which is […]


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Baltimore’s Hamilton neighborhood with its larger 1920s and 1930s era houses with broad front porches and rather spacious yards was originally farmland long the Harford Road corridor…


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Dating back to the late eighteenth century, Lauraville is a leafy neighborhood situated in northeast Baltimore with a wide variety of single family homes…


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Long ago, Waverly was a peaceful country neighborhood two miles from the city, the perfect haven for city dwellers hoping to escape the summer haze…


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The whimsical side of Remington…