You don’t need to be a golfer to enjoy this festive summer outing at the historic Elkridge Club. Arrive at 5:00 pm for the classic car show concours d’elegance, displaying one-of-a-kind treasures dating from the Jazz Age to present day.
A rare opportunity to view multiple residences designed by Baltimore architect Laurence Hall Fowler, from some of his earliest commissions at Oak Place and the Calvert School, to his many commissions at Evergreen for John Work and Alice Warder Garrett.
May 2 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm B-More Kitchen @ The Accelerator Building, 417 Benninghaus Road (Near York Rd), Baltimore, MD 21212 United States Powered by Eventbrite A Culinary Design Competition Presented by Mohawk Local architect “celebrity chefs” square off in…
Maryland Architect, Leon Bridges, FAIA, is featured on the History Makers, a collection of African American Oral Histories.
Families and their friends, retailers and their shoppers, and restaurateurs and their guests have peered out your windows and witnessed in miniature the transforming of a nation and its people.
Migration is essential to human survival. Whether driven by the spirit of discovery or hope for a better life, whether forced by conflict or required for access to resources – massive change alters us in small ways and large.
This grand building, once labeled the ‘German Cathedral’ is home to so many treasures. Initially called the ‘Evangelical Lutheran Congregation at Baltimore Town,’ when established in 1755, it has remained a ‘Beacon of Light’ to so many.