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Dining@LargeI know I sprang this on you unannounced, but here's the Top 10 you've all been waiting for (judging from the number of comments we got on Sandwich Musings): Top 10 Italian Cold-Cut Sandwiches. OK, it's actually a list of......
Dining@LargeIt's hard not to do a Top 10 list that has something to do with St. Patrick's Day when it actually falls on a Tuesday. But Best Irish Pubs? Been there, done that, bought the T-shirt. Midnight Sun Sam cornered......
Dining@LargeI think I better link to Laura Vozzella's column today because you may not realize it has some restaurant news toward the end. Laura reports that Hon Bar is getting a makeover by Nouveau and Whitehead & Appel Interior Design.And......
Tags: Cafe Hon
Dining@LargeWhen I asked for suggestions from readers for Mother's Day in an earlier post, I only got two. Thank you, NotableM and Matthew. (I did get more recommendations for Colorado -- don't ask -- but I'm trying to pretend that......
Special to The SunWhen Zhan Caplan sold his one-bedroom condominium in the Adams Morgan section of Washington, he knew Baltimore was where he wanted to buy his next home. But instead of choosing one of the city's hip neighborhoods like Charles Village, Federal Hill or...
Special to The SunBaltimore is a city of historic rowhouses, but one of its most common types isn't historic at all. The post-World War II Early American rowhouse is the unsung hero of Baltimore housing. A plain red brick front with a few Colonial flourishes around the...
Special to The SunIt's 6:30 p.m. on a 61-degree spring day and parents are just getting home from work at Radnor-Winston, a middle-class neighborhood off York Road in north central Baltimore. With almost a small-town feel, there is evidence of children at play everywhere:...
Tags: Real Estate, Easter, Homes, Property, Crimes
Sun StaffCharles Street, a pivotal centerpiece in efforts to revitalize Baltimore's urban core, is looking more and more successful these days. Five newly opened businesses on the street are offering customers everything from sushi to sandalwood and rare books....
Special To The SunFolks at the Baltimore City firefighters awards ceremony at the Marriott Waterfront Sunday night, and those at the Ladder 49 premiere at the Senator weren't the only ones to get "up close and personal" with the Disney movie's stars this week. Seems some...
Tags: Tomatoes, Society, Onions, Joaquin Phoenix, Billy Burke
Sun StaffThe most realistic parts of Ladder 49, the new film shot in Baltimore and starring John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix, are the things that movie-goers will never see on-screen. They won't see Baltimore Fire Lt. Mark Yant standing just inside the door of a...
Tags: Entertainment, Times Square, Movies, Joaquin Phoenix, Fires
Special to SunSpotIf you go hunting for a lake in the Lake Walker neighborhood of Baltimore, you're going to be disappointed. (Lake Walker refers to Lake and Walker avenues, two streets that define the neighborhood.) However, if what you're looking for is a tucked-away...
Tags: Easter, Heads of State, Homes, Govans, Halloween
Sun StaffEtched in granite on the facade of the main post office in New York, the motto sounds like a noble calling: "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." But on Lake Avenue,...
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