A Baltimore cultural icon is one step closer to the wrecking ball.
That’s a wrap! A longtime Baltimore theater says a final goodbye.
“Back to normal” may not come for a few more weeks for a string of businesses on Charles Street after a massive water main break this week.
Two days after a 5 feet water main break flooded Charles Street, crews are still working to get things fixed and cleaned up.
A water main shatters in the heart of Baltimore–pouring thousands of gallons onto North Charles Street.
The 5 feet in diameter water main that broke under North Charles Street is still causing havoc with flooding and forcing nearby roads to shut down.
There are four fireplaces on the main floor of the Brewer’s Art at 1106 North Charles Street. There is also a pair of copper tuns behind the window panes of the French doors at the back of the main floor. You can see them as you sit at a table with white linen. The Brewer’s Art grounds its own grains on the floor above. Water and yeast are added in the copper tuns behind the dining room and the ale is then piped to the ground floor and stored in 20 gallon kegs.
Baltimore police say a woman has been found dead in a trash bin downtown.