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Cities turn to creative placemaking to revitalize neighborhoods

Cities across North America are relying on the arts to create more vibrant spaces, boost local economies and drive foot traffic to dormant areas. 

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. 

Travel the World on the Charm City Circulator Purple Route

Our intrepid food blogger hits the Charm City Circulator once again in search of culinary finds. This time, Dara Bunjon is on the hunt for ethnic eats in Mount Vernon and Federal Hill. Hop on board. 

Our Guide to Ethnic Dining on the Purple Route

Our dining guru has compiled a list of tips to help guide you on your tour of international restaurants along the Charm City Circulator Purple Route. 

Locust Point Resident Hopes Airport-Themed Cable TV Show Takes Off

A former state marketing executive dreams of turning her love of small airports and the businesses that depend on them into a cable TV show. Andrea Vernot has partnered with a Washington, D.C., media production firm to help launch Air Fare America. 

Step OUT: For a Race for the Bay

See dozens of sailboats parade around the harbor before they take off for Portsmouth, Va. Boats arrive in Baltimore Oct. 7 for the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race.

Social Enterprises Profit From Doing Good

Many organizations have grand plans to do good. But making the money you need to bankroll those efforts —  while staying true to your mission — takes some ingenuity. Attendees of a recent Baltimore conference on social enterprises highlighted successful efforts in doing just that. 

Chomp On the Charm City Circulator Culinary Tour

A Charm City food writer spends a day seeing what good eats can be found on the Charm City Circulator Banner Route. Hop on for the ride. 

A Stop-By-Stop Guide to Good Eats on the Banner Route

Our food writer provides a stop-by-stop guide to eating your way through the Charm City Circulator's Banner Route. 

Walk This Way: The Making of the Jones Falls Trail

The making of the Jones Falls Trail includes five phases, three of which are still underway. Several changes were made along the way to address concerns of neighborhood groups. 

Baltimore Nonprofits Prepare for Aging Boomers

In 2030, one in four Maryland residents will be age 60 or older. Local nonprofits are paving the way to help seniors of today and tomorrow become more active and independent -- and hopefully rely less on the cash-strapped government and an already stressed health care system. They are offering volunteer opportunities, transportation and building a new style of nursing homes.

Photo Essay: B&O Railroad Museum's Festival of Trains

All aboard! Billing itself as Baltimore's largest collection of holiday trains and toys, the B&O Railroad Museum's latest exhibit runs through the end of the month. The collection features a LEGO toy train created by the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area LEGO Train Club. New this year is the late William Donald Schaefer's holiday memorabilia and an indoor train carousel ride. Enjoy the journey through the lens of Bmore Media Managing Photographer Arianne Teeple.

Parking Panda Aims to Make Parking "Happy" from its Baltimore Base

It’s one of the most irritating, maddening and persistent problems of city living – finding the ever-elusive “good parking spot.”  Startup Parking Panda found success at Startup Weekend Baltimore in the spring and money in New York over the summer. Now, its founders are back home.

It's happening in Bmore!

What's on tap for the coming week? How about a taste of Baltimore's top winemakers, beer brewers and chefs. As if that wasn't enough, there's another free way to get from here to there as the Charm City Circulator adds a new route.

Getting BRAC on the Road

The Fed's Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) program will bring an economic boom to the Greater Baltimore area with 40,000 new jobs at local bases, and new gigs created by government contractors. More jobs mean more cars on Maryland roads. So, what're state and local agencies doing to avoid a traffic jam?
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