Tag: Baltimore

Scale Your Passion is helping Baltimore creatives turn ideas into businesses

Doing what you love and making a living don’t have to be mutually exclusive. That’s an idea at the heart of entrepreneurship. Yet, so often, a much-loved activity doesn’t start as a fully formed business. Creating a model that provides can be a journey.

With a virtual program coming up in December, the Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network (BCAN) is looking to convene community and tools for the first, crucial steps.

BCAN is set to hold Scale Your Passion, a free, two-day program, on Dec. 2 and 3. Applications for the 40 program spots are open through November 1.

It’s among a growing group of Baltimore pre-accelerator programs, which describes resources for founders at the idea stage. It’s also a pilot for BCAN as it seeks to help creatives grow local businesses. Created as a citywide initiative, BCAN is seeking to create space to explore that transition point from idea

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MTA cancels proposal to slash bus service in Baltimore after heavy criticism; will cut MARC, commuter bus service instead

Under fire from Baltimore-area bus riders, business leaders, politicians, parents and advocates, the Hogan administration on Wednesday canceled its proposal to slash MTA bus service in the Baltimore region next year in response to falling revenues due to the coronavirus.



a bus that is parked on the side of a road: A rider gets off of the 30 bus outside of Sinai Hospital to wait for a connecting bus. The Hogan administration on Wednesday canceled its proposal to slash MTA bus service in the Baltimore region next year in response to falling revenues due to the coronavirus.


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A rider gets off of the 30 bus outside of Sinai Hospital to wait for a connecting bus. The Hogan administration on Wednesday canceled its proposal to slash MTA bus service in the Baltimore region next year in response to falling revenues due to the coronavirus.



a man standing in front of a building: Daniel Gooden, 39, of Northwest Baltimore, is a frequent bus rider, who uses it to commute all around the city for work. Often, while he's riding, he works on drawings of the buses. The Hogan administration on Wednesday canceled its proposal to slash MTA bus service in the Baltimore region next year in response to falling revenues due to the coronavirus. 09-30-2020


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Daniel Gooden, 39, of Northwest Baltimore, is a frequent bus rider, who uses it to commute all around the city for work. Often, while he’s riding, he works on drawings of the buses. The Hogan administration on Wednesday canceled its proposal to slash MTA bus service in the Baltimore region

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