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City And State Funds Committed To The Phoenix Shot Tower

Baltimore City’s Department of General Services (DGS) is pleased to announce that an ongoing project to revitalize the Phoenix Shot Tower will be supplemented by a $90,000 grant recently awarded by the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority to Carroll Museums Inc. The Shot Tower is owned by DGS and leased to Carroll Museums in a public-private partnership. These funds will be matched by $150,000 already appropriated in DGS’s capital budget.

War Memorial Arts Initiative Concert: Folksongs And Voices Of Nature

The latest event in the ongoing War Memorial Arts Initiative concert series will feature an evening of musical color and mystique by Duo Rossignol as they present Folksongs and Voices of Nature.

DGS Embraces Cycling Infrastructure

If You Build, They Will Come—Happier: A City Agency Embraces Cycling Infrastructure Expansion to Improve Work Environment and Morale and Find a $10m Commercial Property Tax Cut Along the Way

Written by Babila Lima

Baltimore's War Memorial Is Home For A New Concert Series By Mostly Local Artists

The Baltimore Sun recently visited the War Memorial for a compelling musical performance. Learn more about the exciting new performing arts series underway at this venerable Baltimore landmark!

 
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Management Of Historical Landmarks

Historic Properties Coordinator, Jackson Gilman-Forlini, recently spoke to Comcast Newsmakers about the War Memorial, the War Memorial Arts Initiative and the Baltimore City Department of General Services Historic Preservation Program.

Concert For Peace At Baltimore War Memorial

At the War Memorial on Saturday February 7 at 7:00 PM, local Baltimore artists gather together to advocate for peace, understanding, and equality.

Concert For Peace At Baltimore War Memorial

At the War Memorial on Saturday February 7 at 7:00 PM, local Baltimore artists gather together to advocate for peace, understanding, and equality.

Historic Flag Presentation At War Memorial

Heritage Area to present Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake with the first of several 15-star, 15-stripe commemorative flags to be flown over municipal buildings during the recent Star-Spangled Spectacular. The first flag was deployed at the stately and historic War Memorial.

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