Today is the 90th anniversary of the end of Prohibition. If you can’t make one of the parties — it is not a national holiday, and work awaits on Wednesday — here is a little game you can play at home. For each answer you get wrong, take a drink.
The Orioles' lease at Oriole Park at Camden Yards expires Dec. 31. Two dates to watch for a new lease are the Maryland Stadium Authority's meeting Dec. 5 and the Maryland Board of Public Works meeting Dec. 13.
The development team said the marketplace is meant to provide an accelerator space for small businesses, especially those owned by women and people of color. Ideally, vendors will use the space as a launching pad before venturing into bigger spaces.
The nonprofit organization Upstream USA will help primary care providers expand reproductive health care services, in hopes of making it easier for patients to get birth control and other contraceptives.
Locust Point Community Garden has until Dec. 15 to vacate the plot of land owned by Under Armour. Baltimore City officials and the Locust Point Civic Association are clearing a portion of Latrobe Park so the program can continue.
A major donor is suing the One Love Foundation, a nonprofit founded in honor of Baltimore native Yeardley Love, claiming that Sharon Love, Yeardley's mother and the organization's co-founder, opposed "outreach to LGBTQ and minority communities," prompting the CEO and nearly all board members to resign.