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  • Akehurst Landscaping Services marks 140th anniversary

    Akehurst Landscaping Services marks 140th anniversary

    Akehurst Landscaping Services recently observed the company's 140 birthday, making the Joppa company one of the oldest businesses serving Harford and Baltimore counties still operating under the same ownership. The nearly century-and-a-half long history of company began with Charles A. Akehurst,...

  • 'Downton Abbey' recap: Season 5, Episode 6, Edith's desperate move

    'Downton Abbey' recap: Season 5, Episode 6, Edith's desperate move

    It's oddly easy to feel both frustrated and sorry for Lady Edith. She has never been the most likable "Downton" character, but I guess she has reasons to be so sad and mopey all the time. She never got the same attention as her two sisters, she fell in love with a man without a face, she was jilted...

  • Comfort food, friendly service at StoneBridge Grille in Parkton

    Comfort food, friendly service at StoneBridge Grille in Parkton

    Though it opened in March, StoneBridge Grille feels like the kind of place that's been around for years -- and that will continue to be around forever. The Parkton restaurant, located in a building it shares with Maryland Line Wine & Spirits on the site of the original Maryland Line Inn, serves...

  • The Brewer's Art to celebrate 20th anniversary with October party

    The Brewer's Art to celebrate 20th anniversary with October party

    The Brewer's Art, the Mount Vernon bar and brewery synonymous with Baltimore beer, will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a party on Oct. 6 at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, according to co-owner Tom Creegan. Early-bird tickets, available through MissionTix, went on sale today; you can buy...

  • Baltimore Symphony joined by vivid guests to open subscription series

    Baltimore Symphony joined by vivid guests to open subscription series

    Igor Stravinsky's wonderfully piquant arrangement of The Star-Spangled Banner set the tone Friday night for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's first subscription series concert of the season. Everything that followed had an extra dash of spice, too. The program, which repeats tonight at Strathmore...

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