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The Hartford CourantMayor Pedro Segarra said Monday he would ban the use of all city-issued credit cards for business-related entertainment, following a recommendation by the city's internal audit commission. The commission, after reviewing more than 400 purchases made...
More than 4,000 oyster tags cover two walls at Connie & Ted's, the soon-to-open West Hollywood seafood restaurant from Providence chef-owner Michael Cimarusti. Many of them are ones Cimarusti has collected over several years, Cryovac-ing them in plastic...
Michael's Cafe is nearly 30 years old, but it's still hot. On a recent Thursday night, the Timonium restaurant was hopping. The warm, wood-filled bar was packed, and by 8 p.m., so was the dining room. Since its opening in 1984, Michael's has expanded...
Bill Taibe isn't a sentimental guy. But there's something about cooking at the James Beard house. It gives him goose bumps. "I think about all the people who have cooked in that kitchen," he says. Taibe has been nominated for a James Beard Award –...
Tags: Onions, Tomatoes, Seafood, Shrimp, The New York Times
Social Security's future Ken Apfel, a former commissioner of the Social Security Administration, will present "Social Security and Its Future" at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 11, at Anne Arundel Community College's Center for Applied Learning and Technology,...
There is no shortage of decent Mexican restaurants in the western suburbs, but far too many of them play down to their audiences, falling back on the standard Mexican and even Tex-Mex dishes that everybody prepares. Today we look at two west suburban...
Tags: Alcoholic Beverages, Burritos, Soups, Limes, Bacon
Larry Simns, who founded and led the Maryland Watermen's Association for four decades and was a key influence on efforts to reduce pollution in the Chesapeake Bay, died Thursday. He was 75. Mr. Simns, who grew up in the Eastern Shore fishing village of...
Looking to satisfy your weekend food cravings? Here are five things to go out and try immediately, including sticky-rice-filled dumplings (that's right sticky rice in your dumpling), buttery graham cracker chewy bars that might best crack pie and a...
Tags: Salads, Corned Beef, Foods and Beverages, Pasta, Mushrooms
The Baltimore SunOyster happy hours have been popping up lately. Corner BYOB in Hampden had a Saturday afternoon oyster party a few weeks ago. They called it a Shuck-n-Chat. Love that. In January, Ten Ten in Harbor East started up Local Oyster Nights on Tuesday...
Got a wine you think loves oysters? The West Coast's premier bivalve/beverage dating service, the 19th annual Pacific Coast Oyster Wine Competition is gearing up and they're looking for entries. As it has for the last 18 years, the competition will be...
The Baltimore SunThe history, current state and future of oyster production in the Chesapeake region are the subject of a four-part Sunday afternoon discussion series at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels. State of the Oyster, the first in a planned...
Tags: Arts, Museums, Arts and Culture, Talbot County
The season's chilly weather calls for comfort food, but that's no reason to pack on the pounds. After all, spring is right around the corner. We asked local chefs to share their comfort food favorites, lightened up a bit in honor of the season ahead....
Tags: Thyme, Seafood, Salt, Recipes, Charles Street
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