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If you ever thought writing a book was tough, just consider the pain of marketing it. One example: the 66-city tour by Loyola University Maryland writing professor Ron Tanner in a beat-up van -- a voyage that has included savage mosquitos, a busted toilet...
Tags: Pets, Lead Poisoning, Renovation, Authors, Book
The Baltimore SunThere's a lot of excitement for "Veep," the new political satire from Armando Iannucci, responsible for the great "In the Loop," and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. At the Ottobar, the staff will be watching the show closely, for the Charles Village venue was one...
Tags: Chris Addison, Concerts, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Matt Walsh, Music
Hurricane Irene apparently was even worse than anyone thought. Forget about downed power lines — the storm knocked out Baltimore's sweet tooth. For much of the past three weeks, nearly 600 area stores and countless customers have been denied...
The recent death of Johns Hopkins student Nathan Krasnopoler after being struck by a car in February is a tragedy. But The Sun has given the impression his death was entirely due to the age of the 83-year-old driver of the car he collided with, allowing...
The City Council's finance committee chairman threatened Thursday to impose a moratorium on tax breaks for developers until City Hall implements more transparency in the process and funds more projects outside of downtown. Carl Stokes, who chairs the...
Lowe's, the national home improvement chain, has pulled out as an anchor of the proposed 25th Street Station, a retail and housing development in Remington that won Baltimore City approval nearly a year ago but has been stalled by court challenges. "This...
Downtown businesses — and even some Occupy Baltimore activists themselves — breathed a sigh of relief Tuesday that city officials cleared the encampment that the group had set up near the Inner Harbor as part of a national protest against...
There's a lot going on in Waverly, in case you haven't noticed. Late last month, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake signed a bill designating the old Waverly Town Hall at Greenmount Avenue and 31st Street as the city's latest historic landmark. The...
The former bottling plant in the Abell neighborhood has been all but abandoned for years. The Beverage Capital Corp. sign outside has faded. The white office walls have yellowed. A nearby mechanic uses the space that used to hold the bottling line as a...
The Baltimore SunWord got out on area blogs over the weekend, and it's true. The Donna’s on Snowden River Parkway in Columbia closed Sunday after a 10-year run. “It’s been tough,” onwer Alan Hirsch said about the closing. ““It was a...
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Seven students from the private GreenMount School in Charles Village will travel Tuesday to Knoxville, Tenn., to compete in an international problem-solving competition. The team – dubbed Soul Seven – participates in Destination Imagination,...
The Maryland Live Casino is getting closer.The Cordish Cos.have announced June 6 as the opening date for its $500 million gaming and entertainment complex. The food and beverage team at Maryland Live has been in place for months, preparing for the...
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