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Nonprofit seeks to preserve Baltimore's heritage

Neighborhoods are shaped by a lot of small acts and committed individuals. It is this philosophy that has guided its mission to help developers and community groups preserve historic commercial and residential buildings. 

Can the redevelopment of a former pumping station boost Baltimore's food economy?

Three vacant buildings in East Baltimore will be the home of a new incubator and commercial kitchen where budding food entrepreneurs can hone their skills. Bill Struever, Spike Gjerde and others talk about what's cooking at the Baltimore Food Hub. 

Step OUT for a dinner and cruise in Fells Point

Waterfront Kitchen's dinner-and-cruise series returns this summer. The evening begins on a boat, with a tour along the Patapsco, followed by a four-course wine dinner.  

University of Maryland law school means business

The University of Maryland has revamped its law school curriculum so students are better prepared for the job market. Students learn how to read a balance sheet and learn what it takes to start a company. 

Step OUT for an artists' conference in Station North

Researchers, developers, artists and community members will discuss the challenges associated with development and gentrification at the Artists & Neighborhood Change Conference. The event takes place June 20-21 in the Station North Arts & Entertainment District. 

Morgan State University unveils plan to boost neighborhood

Morgan State University has embarked on a new initiative aimed at improving the surrounding community and quality of life for students and staff. It has teamed up with Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street, MedStar Samaritan Hospital and others on the Morgan Community Mile.

Expanded Maryland Film Festival to feature Matthew Porterfield's latest movie

Baltimore filmmaker Matthew Porterfield talks about his latest film "I Used to Be Darker," showing next week at the Maryland Film Festival. The movie premiered at Sundance and picked up awards in Nashville and Buenos Aires.  

Globe Poster's iconic images live on in new exhibit

The Globe Poster Co. created ads promoting legendary African-American musicians. Now its posters will be on display in a new exhibit at the Creative Alliance, which starts April 27. Though it closed three years ago, the company's influence can be seen in Baltimore and around the world. 

Mesh Baltimore advances continuing education

Mesh Baltimore is tapping into the demand among adults who want new experiences and skills. Students can learn how to make spinach pie or how to keep Fido from barking at the neighbors.

Step OUT for Wit & Wisdom's wine education series

Learn about white wines from around the world at Wit & Wisdom's inaugural monthly wine tasting class April 25.

Step OUT for the CityLit Festival

The CityLit Festival is holding its 10th annual festival April 13 at the Enoch Pratt Free Library. This year's event will feature poets, novelists, fiction and non-fiction writers. 
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