Plans Emerge for new Town Center in Woodlawn

A month ago, the Baltimore Sun reported that developer Howard Brown of David S. Brown Enterprises announced plans for a new urban town center on land currently occupied by Security Square Mall (pictured above). The development would be similar to […]

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Attend Baltimore County Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee Meetings

The Baltimore County Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee was established by an act of the Baltimore County Council to oversee pedestrian and bicycle improvements throughout the County. Their next meeting is coming up soon and will include an opportunity for […]

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Learn About Pollinator Gardens

Pollinators like bees, butterflies, certain types of birds are essential to ensuring plant life flourishes. Join the Parks and People Foundation for a workshop on how your garden can accommodate these important actors in our ecosystem. The workshop is free, […]

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Understanding the Racial and Class Dynamics of Bike Lanes

In “Bike Lanes Are White Lanes” author Melody Hoffman looks at the complicated relationship between race and cycling and how this has effected pro-bicycle advocacy. The author will be giving a talk at Red Emma’s on her book. Afterwards there […]

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Attend Meeting on 33rd Street Bike Trail

Bikemore and the Baltimore Greenways Trail Coalition will be holding a community meeting on a proposed bike trail to run along the 33rd street corridor. Attendees will learn the role such a trail will play in the development of a comprehensive […]

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