The Annual Charity Post!
Charity Begins at Home: The 2013 Edition
So I used to do this every year, and last year I think I just ran out of time. Thankfully time management has been a bigger priority this year, so I was able to take notes throughout the year and compile a list of local organizations I really like and highly recommend donating to. This […]
Recommended Charitable Giving 2012
It’s that time of year again — the recommended charities post. Listen — I understand housing isn’t on the top of everyone’s list, and I totally respect that. If you’d like to donate to Housing Policy Watch, great. If housing just isn’t your thing — here’s a list of charities we know and love. There’s […]
City-Owned Historic Blight
As you’re contemplating the many deserving charities for your end of the year giving, here are some of our favorites — they’re all local, and they all work hard to make Baltimore a better city, despite the odds. Give often, and give generously! A few new additions to the list for 2012, some of the […]
History and Architecture Buffs! A Free Event for You!
Property Address: 811 W Lanvale Street, Baltimore, MD 21217 Property Owner: Mayor and City Council, 417 E Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 City Council District and Contact: District 9, “Pistol” Pete Welch It’s always a shame to walk around neighborhoods in Baltimore and see all of the blighted vacant homes. It’s even more disturbing when […]
Please Help Baltimore Heritage Save an Important Downtown Asset
Join Baltimore Heritage and Baltimore Sun for our first photo walk and tour at the Sowebohemian Festival on Sunday, May 27! The utterly unique Sowebo Arts & Music Festival is a can’t miss neighborhood event in Hollins Market with music, dancing, great food, artwork, antiques and more. Of course, the festival alone offers a feast […]
Received this email, forwarded by a friend, and thought it was important to share it with you! Although this is not how I hoped to start the new year, I am emailing to share some distressing news for historic buildings on Downtown’s Westside and to ask you to help save them by sending an email […]