Shake Shack, we welcome thee.
"Baltimore is a thriving city that’s steeped in American history, food and culture. We feel fortunate to be joining this community, and we’re excited to have found such a great Inner Harbor location," the Shake Shack CEO said.
The end of an era: The Penn Station billboard will be transitioned to a digital one, and with that change comes the end of the iconic Boh/Utz Proposal billboard’s run.
In an email, Smyth Jewlers said they have not yet determined where the couple is going next, but is open to suggestions. Ideally, the jeweler would love to see the image be painted on brick and mortar somewhere prominent in the city.
THEN: In August of 1937, construction takes place on _____, just west of the intersection with _____ in the midtown Belvedere neighborhood. (Baltimore Sun file photo, 1937)
Can you fill in the blanks? Which street is this? We left one hint for you…
EXPLORING BALTIMORE: Today, Hamilton-Lauraville is in the midst of revitalization.
A drive down Harford Road today isn’t quite what it was in 1944, when “stores, schools, theaters, churches, office buildings, laundries, bowling alleys, hamburger stands and night clubs” dotted the street.
But commerce has kicked in again, making the area one of Baltimore’s fastest-growing neighborhoods.