Scoop-The Point, MAP moves home, MD Food & Beverage Show

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Chef Cyrus Keefer is back in Baltimore-returning from a too-long stint at THE EDEN in REHOBOTH BEACH, Chef Cyrus is heading up the kitchen at THE POINT in FELLS POINT! He writes me he is "excited and thrilled to be back in Baltimore".

MARYLAND ART PLACE ANNOUNCES MOVE TO JOIN WESTSIDE ARTS DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS The Board of Trustees of MARYLAND ART PLACE (MAP) has voted unanimously to relocate MAP headquarters to its original home at 218 West Saratoga Street in Baltimore from the Inner Harbor's POWER PLANT LIVE! complex. MAP considers the move a tremendous opportunity to join other stakeholders in energizing the development of a sustainable Westside Arts District. “We’re thrilled to be part of this exciting endeavor,” says Cathy Byrd, MAP’s Executive Director.

The change of venue will give MARYLAND ART PLACE room to expand programming—positioning the organization to deepen relationships in the Westside community and to shape the MAPowned 20,000 square foot building into a multi-level center for creativity. MAP has presented a highly successful series of exhibitions, programs and events in one of Baltimore’s premiere art spaces. Over the past year, MAP has expanded programming outside the gallery walls, bringing art to the public through installation and performance projects. | 410 962 8565

CITYPEEK Tipline brings news that TANGIERS is NOT to reopen. Tip:
Tangiers is not re-opening. The Owner had executed a management agreement with the previous owner, but never executed a lease with the landlord. The previous owner has used his leverage as owner of the liquor license to retake control of the property"