March 1, 2012

Event Planning 101 with John Spurrier

Led by some of Baltimore’s best and brightest activists, artists, educators, and leaders, GHCC’s 5th Annual Neighborhood Institute: Love Where You Live is all about learning […]
February 28, 2012

Creating Community Art with Ben Stone

Led by some of Baltimore’s best and brightest activists, artists, educators, and leaders, GHCC’s 5th Annual Neighborhood Institute: Love Where You Live is all about learning […]
January 20, 2012

Volunteers Paint at Barclay School for MLK Day

In celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, approximately 45 volunteers from Constellation Energy/BGE and Saul Ewing, LLP gathered to repaint the second and third floors of […]
November 18, 2011

Last Charles Street Friday Market is TODAY!

Don’t miss your last chance of the year to visit the Charles Street Friday Market, today on the corner of Lanvale and Charles Streets just north […]
November 10, 2011

Greater Homewood Voices: Interview with Hector Rosado

Hector Rosado is a learner at the Greater Homewood Adult Learning Center, beginning the GED track in April 2011.  Having spent most of his adult life […]
September 16, 2011

Get in on the Govanstowne Treasure Hunt!

Join your neighbors for the First Annual Govanstowne Treasure Hunt & Fall Festival, now through September 25, 1pm-4pm at Belvedere Square. The event is being led […]
June 16, 2011

Charm City Craft Mafia’s annual Pile of Craft

The artists of north central Baltimore are as unique as the neighborhoods they hail from. While those in the know are already familiar with Jennifer Strunge’s cotton […]
May 16, 2011

Help Save Roland Water Tower

The Roland Water Tower is one of north central Baltimore’s most notable sites. Built in 1905, it is a beautiful example of commanding turn-of-the century architecture […]
May 5, 2011

How to reshape young minds

“For boys who grow up in violence, neglect and codes where they feel they cannot back down, the challenge to instill other values can be daunting,” […]