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Explore Baltimore Heritage

All Stories: 12

405 East Oliver Street has served as a brewery, a factory, and an upholstery shop. Today, the former factory is home to AREA 405 - an arts organization dedicated to showcasing and strengthening the vitality of Baltimore's arts community. This 66,000…

Subjects: Industry, Arts

In 1936, Sidney Friedman was riding a train to Baltimore and carrying a charcoal grill. Earlier that week, Friedman had dined at Ray's Steak House in Chicago and ate his very first charcoal-grilled steak. He'd never had anything like it. He asked the…

Subjects: Food

The Charles Theater began not as a movie house but as a street car barn and power house designed by architect Jackson C. Gott and built in 1892. The building then became a popular dance club hosting national acts such as Tommy Dorsey and the Glenn…


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