Full Tilt Brewery Opening in Towson

Full Tilt brewery is planning to open a space at 308 Washington Avenue in Towson Nick Fertig explained that they wanted to open in Baltimore with their brew pub but couldn’t find the right balance between location and cost. Now, along with cousin Dan Baumiller, he feels that the project is underway. The space they […]

Revitalizing Baltimore’s Old Town

So this could be quite exciting. Developers are just now showing off their plays for the revitalization of 16 acres in Baltimore’s Old Town. They are discussing the possibility of having apartments, affordable housing, a grocery store and retail areas. A large group of experts are working together on the project including Beatty Development Group, […]

Lidl Expands into Maryland

German grocer Lidl is soon opening an 800,000 square foot regional headquarters and distribution center in Cecil, County. It is planning to invest $100 million as part of its overall plan to expand in the Unites States. The warehouse will be in the Principio Business Park. They are planning to create 100 full-time jobs and […]

Job Growth in Maryland

Good news for Maryland. We have gained 2500 jobs in May with a decrease in unemployment to 4.5%, down from 4.6% in April. In the private sector, jobs grew by 1100 in May with education and health services gaining 6200 jobs. Manufacturing jobs grew by 600. See all the facts here and have reason to […]

New CEO at the University of Maryland Medical System

A new CEO has been named to the University of Maryland Medical System at its flagship hospital. Dr. Mohan Suntha will take over as of September 1, 2016 as the CEO of University of Maryland Medical Center. As University of Maryland Medical System CEO Robert A. Chrencik said in a statement, “Throughout his career, he […]

Johns Hopkins University New Film Incubator

Something new is always happening at Johns Hopkins University. Currently, they have a new film incubator that is trying to cultivate new ideas for producing films. The program is called Bold Voices, New Paradigms Incubator and it’s part of the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film and Media Studies. As Roberto Buso-Garcia, director of the […]

Do You Know a Tech Person Worthy of an Award?

The Baltimore Business Journal is taking nominations for their first Tech 10 awards. Their goal is to honor the top personalities that are helping the tech industry. They plan to select ten people to be honored at their event on June 9th. The ten winners will then be featured in the paper the next day. […]

Light City Baltimore Festival Coming Up

Be part of the Light City Baltimore festival at the Inner Harbor from March 28-April 3. It will include 50 concerts, dozens of speakers and a 1.5 mile light walk with the installation of artwork by 29 artists. The event, organized by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, includes a vast array of […]

Not Business as Usual During the Snow

Certainly, businesses take a beating when the snow starts to pile up, and this is what Baltimore recently experienced. The one area where businesses do seem to still be booming during the storms is the bars. As Taryn Williams at the Blue Agave said, “Business has been pretty consistent. The neighborhood has been supporting a […]

Fixt Has Fixed Its Financial Backing Question for the Year

A Baltimore smartphone repair startup called Fixt is doing just fine for itself. Founded by Luke Cooper and Christopher Garvis in 2013, they were recently hoping to raise $400,00.  They were overwhelmed by investor interest and ended up with $800,000 in 10 days. Contributors included investors in Silicon Valley, New York and Baltimore. The new […]