Where's Marty? Learning All About Baltimore's Motor HouseIf you're not familiar with the Station North Arts District, let me bring you up to speed. A glance at its website really tells the story.
Pen & Quill Restaurant In Baltimore's Station North Neighborhood Closing FridayAfter six years in business, the Pen & Quill restaurant in Baltimore's Station North neighborhood will close on Friday, the restaurant announced.
Baltimore City Police Investigating Double Shooting In Station NorthBaltimore City Police are investigating a double shooting that occurred at the 1900 block of North Charles Street Sunday morning.
Grand Opening Held For Apartments Developed By 'The Wire' ActorA 103-unit apartment complex in Baltimore, which is backed by actor Wendell Pierce of "The Wire," held its grand opening Friday.
Luxury Apartments Developed By 'The Wire' Actor Opening In AprilActor Wendell Pierce, star of the "The Wire," has announced the grand opening of a new apartment complex located in Station North.
Station North Opens Only Mini-Golf Course Just In Time For ArtscapeThose who run the Station North Arts and Entertainment District are excited that the launch of their newest project, a mini-golf course, which coincides with the start of nearby Artscape.
Man Injured In Targeted Shooting At Red Emma's Coffee ShopA man is targeted and nearly killed inside a busy Baltimore cafe and bookstore. Tonight, the community is on edge as the shooter runs free.
Wire Star Looks to Revitalize Station North Arts DistrictGambling on a project to help turn a Baltimore neighborhood around. It's happening in the Station North Arts district.
Guide To Events At ArtscapeIt's that time again for the awe-inspiring Artscape, which celebrates creativity in all its forms. Head over to view the talents of more than 150 artists and craftsmen, listen to a wide variety of music and participate in hands-on activities.
A New Home For An Old Favorite: Liam Flynn’s Sets Up Shop In Station NorthLiam Flynn’s Pint Size Pub was the kind of bar that lonesome people everywhere dream about. Cramped and unfancy, the bar had a running conversation that was always open to touchy subjects and wayward newcomers. The smallness of the space forced camaraderie. When the Pint Size shut its doors back in 2008, Baltimore lost a classic. This past June, Liam Flynn opened his new edition the Pint Size Pub, Liam Flynn’s Ale House---this time on North Avenue, in the newest corridor of the Station North Arts District.