Morton’s the Steakhouse to host eco-friendly wine dinner

Morton’s The Steakhouse in Baltimore hosts “Beyond the Grape,” a special five-course eco-friendly wine and spirits dinner on May 20, with a reception at 6 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. The dinner is led by Sharon Charny from The Charmer Sunbelt Group who will take guests through the...

EA’s Anacostia East Wetland Restoration Design Project wins two Engineering Excellence Awards

EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc. (EA), a leading provider of environmental, engineering, and program/construction management services, announced April 23 that its efforts on the Anacostia East Wetland Restoration Project for the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) recently won awards of excellence from both the Maryland Quality Initiative (MdQI) and the American Council of Engineering Companies, Maryland Chapter (ACEC/MD). EA was awarded the Award of Excellence in the Consultant Environmental … Continue reading

High school juniors get a “Jump Start” on their careers at Capitol College

Every spring, Capitol College brings over 400 of the top high school juniors from the Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Virginia areas to the annual Jump Start Junior Expo, an active showcase of academic and career pathways in the fields of computer science, technology, engineering, math, and business. This year’s expo will be held April 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the McGowan Center Atrium and various campus locations. … Continue reading

Gov. O’Malley appoints Gary Duane Rodwell, D.P.A. to BCCC Board of Trustees

Gov. Martin O’Malley has appointed Gary Duane Rodwell, D.P.A., a longtime executive administrator in community organizations, coalition builder and expert in the revitalization of urban places, to the Baltimore City Community College Board of Trustees. Dr. Rodwell will serve the remainder of a six-year term which began July 1, 2003 and a new six-year term beginning July 1. Dr. Rodwell is currently president and CEO of Rodwell Development Group LLC, … Continue reading

Flor Andres and Sam Azzarello, Jr. appointed to TowsonGlobal Advisory Board

Flor Andres, vice president of finance at Black & Decker, and Sam Azzarello, Jr., general manager for logistics at the Maryland Port Administration, have joined the TowsonGlobal Advisory Board. Andres, who joined Black & Decker in 1995, works with the management team in the Consumer Products Division to grow the business, maintain and improve cost competitiveness, develop and execute strategic plans that maintain the company’s market position, and cultivate a … Continue reading

CSD Architects announce launch of extraordinary new study

CSD Architects announces the launch of its “Sleepover Project” in an earnest move to gain insight into the daily lives of aging seniors who reside in assisted living and skilled nursing communities. With the long-term goal of providing better design and building more responsive communities, CSD is sending each member of its senior living architectural design team to stay overnight in a senior living community. Between March and September 2009, … Continue reading

David’s Natural Market opens at Bel Air North Village Shopping Center

David’s Natural Market, a full-service food store specializing in natural and organic meats, produce, dairy products and vitamins, will celebrate their expansion with a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 2. The new 4,800-square foot store at 1523E Rock Spring Road in the Bel Air North Village Shopping Center offers health-conscious customers a full line of organic produce, a walk-in cooler stocked with to-go lunches, a large selection of allergy-free merchandise … Continue reading

ARTcetra 1st Annual Art Auction Fundraiser at Coppin State University offers fine art and entertainment

Coppin State University Helene Fuld School of Nursing, Maryland’s No. 1 source of minority baccalaureate and graduate prepared nurses, presents an exclusive art benefit auction on April 25 at the newly-opened Health and Human Services building on Coppin’s campus. Complimenting the evening’s bidding will be a star-studded reception with an intimate jazz performance by Alonzo Morris. ARTcetra offers distinguished works by prominent artists including Larry “Poncho” Brown, Charles Bibbs, Paul … Continue reading

AACC’s Martha Smith among Fort Meade Alliance’s new Board Members

Four new members took their places on the board of directors for the Fort Meade Alliance as of Jan. 1. They are William Badger Jr., vice president, M&T Bank; G. Dickson Gribble Jr., vice president, business development, Intelligence Solutions division, L-3 Communications; Ron Reusch, System Studies & Simulation Inc.; and Dr. Martha A. Smith, president, Anne Arundel Community College. Badger manages the Government Banking Division for the Mid-Atlantic region. Prior … Continue reading

The Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape prize finalists announced

Mayor Sheila Dixon and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts announce the finalists for the fourth annual Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize. The six finalists are Baltimore Development Cooperative (BDC), Leslie Furlong, Ryan Hackett, Jessie Lehson, Molly Springfield and Karen Yasinsky. Awarded by an outside panel of three jurors, the winner of the $25,000 prize will be announced during an award ceremony on July 11 at 7 … Continue reading