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Tangier cat airlift: Baltimore man helps rescue island-dwelling cats

Tangier cat airlift: Baltimore man helps rescue island-dwelling cats

The pilot loaded up his plane Saturday with a bag of Meow Mix, a bag of Cat Chow and two 50-pound bags of kitty litter. On an island in the Chesapeake Bay, there were cats that needed homes and cats that needed food. And so, David Johnson, a retired 70-year-old Fells Point adman was headed to Tangier...

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  • Irish pub Life of Reilly closes in Butchers Hill

    Irish pub Life of Reilly closes in Butchers Hill

    The Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant in Butchers Hill has closed its doors after more than a decade in business. The owners announced the closure in a Facebook post Monday. “It is with a very heavy heart that we inform our friends and patrons that after 11 years The Life of Reilly Irish Pub...

  • New boutique hotel in Mount Vernon will include rooftop bar, restaurant

    New boutique hotel in Mount Vernon will include rooftop bar, restaurant

    When Baltimore’s newest boutique hotel opens this spring, it will include two new places to dine. Hotel Revival, which will open at 101 W. Monument St. in Mount Vernon Place, will house Square Meal, a restaurant located inside the hotel, and Topside, a seafood-focused rooftop bar. Baltimore native...

  • Regi's American Bistro in Federal Hill for sale

    Regi's American Bistro in Federal Hill for sale

    Regi’s American Bistro, a cornerstone restaurant in Federal Hill, is listed for sale. Owner Alan Morstein is selling the restaurant at 1002 Light St. for $600,000, he said. “It has been a tough year and there’s been increased competition every year,” Morstein said. “New is hot and old is not, it...

  • BSO's $65 million 'Second Century' fundraising campaign is 2/3 there

    BSO's $65 million 'Second Century' fundraising campaign is 2/3 there

    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has raised more than $42 million toward a $65 million “Second Century” fundraising campaign aimed at boosting the organization’s endowment and educational activities. The $42.6 million received so far in cash and pledges came during what the BSO calls the “quiet...

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