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Panera Bread will close its Inner Harbor location at the end of June after 10 years in business. The restaurant, at the corner of Pratt Street and Marketplace, is closing June 30, a spokesman for David S. Brown Enterprises confirmed. The Owings Mills-based developer owns the Lockwood Place building...

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  • Everyman Theatre cast romps through 'Noises Off'

    Everyman Theatre cast romps through 'Noises Off'

    And you thought the secret of the universe was deep. Nope. It all boils down to just doors and sardines. This piece of wisdom gets dispatched early on in “Noises Off,” the intricately stitched comedy from 1982 now at Everyman Theatre in a diverting revival. Delivered in the mellifluous baritonal...

  • Baltimore Center Stage readies world premiere adaptation of Toni Morrison's 'Jazz'

    Baltimore Center Stage readies world premiere adaptation of Toni Morrison's 'Jazz'

    In the first paragraph of "Jazz," the 1992 novel by Nobel- and Pulitzer Prize-winner Toni Morrison set in 1920s Harlem, a narrator lays out the bare facts of the plot — how a husband "fell for an eighteen-year-old girl with one of those deepdown, spooky loves that made him so sad and happy he shot...

  • Curated collections give Baltimore hotel guests an artful stay

    Curated collections give Baltimore hotel guests an artful stay

    Inside a glass skyscraper with views of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, visitors can discover sculpture that bends and curves, paintings in kaleidoscopic colors and canvasses in geometric shapes. The ambiance is evocative of a modern museum or upscale gallery, but it’s actually the Four Seasons Hotel...

  • Everyman Theatre gets in farcical mood, generates record advance ticket sales

    Everyman Theatre gets in farcical mood, generates record advance ticket sales

    Sometimes, you just feel like a farce. That time appears to be now, at least in Baltimore, where Everyman Theatre reports extra interest in its production of Michael Frayn's farcical romp of a play, "Noises Off," opening this weekend. "The ticket sale advance is the biggest we've ever had," says...

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