Latest Crop of SoBo Trees Ready to Grow

New tree arrives Nov. 21 near corner of Jackson & Heath Sts. For the past 15 years, Joanna Pi-Sunyer has recruited fellow peninsula residents to plant new trees along neighborhood streets, adding much-needed green and shade to our urban lives. On Saturday, Nov. 21, the latest “SoBo Green” campaign added 14 new trees to the … Continue reading Latest Crop of SoBo Trees Ready to Grow

Scavenger Hunt Reveals SoBo Surprises

A pair of mermaids perched high over Light St. just south of Fort Ave. A massive black iron wheel in Otterbein that once powered Baltimore cable cars. A nearly two-century-old cornerstone set into a brick wall at Fort McHenry. These are some of the more surprising and challenging architectural, historic, and artistic “hidden gems” that … Continue reading Scavenger Hunt Reveals SoBo Surprises

Join the Peninsula Scavenger Hunt!

How well do you know SoBo? Find out this weekend, Nov. 7-8. Time once again for some community-wide, COVID-safe, “let’s get outside together” fun for everyone on the South Baltimore peninsula. No chalk needed, just an eagerness to explore our neighborhoods and test your knowledge of their many quirky “hidden-in-plain-sight” treasures. And this time there … Continue reading Join the Peninsula Scavenger Hunt!

‘Post-Its’: Voting, Recycling Continue

‘Post-Its’ is a weekly collection of community news and useful information for residents of the South Baltimore Peninsula. In-person voting – the early kind – began Monday, Oct. 26, across Baltimore city. Long lines formed in the morning on Day 1 at the closest polling location for much of the peninsula: Dempsey’s Restaurant at … Continue reading ‘Post-Its’: Voting, Recycling Continue