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Fast cars zipped around downtown Baltimore streets and, it turns out, the race promoters' financial messes. A robocall that urged voters to relax and stay home led jurors to a vote of their own: guilty of election fraud. We bade farewell to an iconic...
We know a lot about some of the big 2012 projects and almost nothing about others. But it's looking like 2012 could be the year of the comeback. After a long absence, the founder of the Baltimore's first brew pub is returning to the restaurant business,...
At half past noon on New Year's Eve, slivers of yellow confetti littered the main lobby of the Maryland Science Center, where employees worked to sweep them up. There, the ball had already dropped — long before the stroke of midnight which, for...
The downtown Baltimore lunch crowd can look forward to two new fast-food spots opening in May -- Sushi Express and Crazy Kabobs. The new vendors will fill empty space in the food court at The Gallery mall across East Pratt Street from Harborplace. As The...
If your office is your second home, you're bound to clock a lot of time there with your co-workers. Show them you appreciate them with a thoughtful gift this holiday season. The traffic jams of your rush hour commute are transformed into a colorful...
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The Baltimore SunPhillips Seafood will open a location at Maryland Live, the Cordish Cos.' $500 million casino and entertainment complex under construction at Arundel Mills. Cordish chairman David Cordish made the announcement at a Tuesday afternoon ribbon-cutting at...
Ben Pfeffer traded his Charles Village apartment for a sleeping bag across the street from the Inner Harbor. He gave up a roof over his head to join a protest without specific goals or a clear end date. He's not even sure what would constitute a...
William Ferdinand Eberhart Jr., a retired McCormick spice official and city neighborhoods activist who championed urban stream valley parks, died of cancer Tuesday at his Tuscany-Canterbury home. He was 72. Born and raised in West Baltimore's...
If Ripley's Believe It or Not! opens a proposed "odditorium" museum at the Inner Harbor, it will be hard to miss. To lure visitors to its collection of "amazing exhibits" and "unbelievable & genuine artifacts from around the globe," the Orlando, Fla.-...
In Oakland, Calif., police swept into a public plaza being used by "Occupy" protesters early this morning and made dozens of arrests to break up two encampments near city hall. The mayor, Jean Quan, said the action was necessary because of ongoing...
The Light Street Pavilion at Harborplace is getting a new food court in a new location. The 260-seat food court will take over the old Phillips Seafood Buffet space on the pavilion's lower level. It will open in the spring of 2012, around the time that...
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