Baltimore Green Space, who holds the deed to the Upper Fells community garden, was featured in the January 2017 Bay Journal – more at http://www.bayjournal.com/article/baltimore_group_can_see_the_urban_forests_amid_the_trees
The Fell’s Point Corner Theatre (FPCT), our neighborhood theatre, needs funds to replace their leaking roof and ancient boiler. They have set up a crowdfunding site for this purpose at
An anonymous donor offered to match donations, dollar-for-dollar up to $1,500 from January 17-February 17, 2017, to be applied for replacing the leaking roof and/or boiler at FPCT. So members of the Upper Fell’s Point Improvement Association stepped up to the plate and donated $1,500. But more funds are needed – so please help – no amount is too small and donations are tax deductible as allowed by the law.
Send your donation online as noted above or send your check made payable to the Fell’s Point Corner Theatre at 251 South Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21231.
And stay tuned as FPCT will be having several upcoming activities this year to also raise funds.
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Also be sure to check the calendar section for upcoming events.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Mayor Rawlings-Blake and council president Young, have appointed three new members to the City liquor board – more at
On February 24, 2016, after the heavy rains, 12 million gallons (or more!) of sewage was released into the Inner Harbor – for more click here
Senator Bill Ferguson presented a 5 cent return on bottles – for more click here
For more about Baltimore Brew’s article on the height limit of buildings in Upper Fells, go to https://www.baltimorebrew.com/
Water For Chocolate impresses Baltimore Sun Reviewer - http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/dining/bs-ae-water-for-chocolate-review-20160204-story.html