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  • Neighbors connecting in disasters

    Have you ever noticed how people just seem to know your business around here? Maybe it's bred into the culture, part of our rowhouse roots or that whole smallest-big-city thing, but no man is an island in Baltimore. I remember grilling lamb chops in...
  • Review: Selena Gomez and the Scene at the Maryland State Fair Aug. 26

    Review: Selena Gomez and the Scene at the Maryland State Fair Aug. 26
    The most lively moment of Selena Gomez and the Scene's 80-minute set Friday night came toward the end of its second half. Gomez, the "Wizards of Waverly" star and girlfriend of Justin Bieber, recreated her viral hit, a backstage clip of her rapping...
  • Columbia teen forecasts Hurricane Irene's track

    When Connor Meehan was little, he was terrified of thunderstorms, so much so that his mother had to soothe him whenever one hit the area. But on Saturday, Aug. 27, as Hurricane Irene came barreling up the coast, the 17-year-old senior at Atholton High...
  • Sandbagged?

    Sandbagged?
      Some Baltimore are residents and business owners are feeling like they were sandbagged -- by the media, by the government agencies. That feeling, of having been needlessly duped into both provision-making and plan-canceling, was the talk of the social...
  • August 29 - September 4 in nightlife: Grand Prix, Pictureplane, White Life, Stevie Nicks, Journey

    August 29 - September 4 in nightlife: Grand Prix, Pictureplane, White Life, Stevie Nicks, Journey
    How did everyone fare over the weekend? Did Irene leave any Midnight Sun readers without electricity? Did it make you cancel any plans? In local music, the Silopanna Music Festival had to be canceled and Journey and Jimmy Buffett concerts both had to be...
  • Meal plans: Chazz and Thames Street Oyster add lunch service

    Meal plans: Chazz and Thames Street Oyster add lunch service
    Chazz: A Bronx Original starts lunch service on Aug. 30. And Thames Street Oyster House started its lunch service last week. The lunch at Chazz goes from 11:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m., and features the dinner menu along with a few added-in lunch options like...
  • Irene's aftermath claims second Marylander as utilities work to restore power

    Irene's aftermath claims second Marylander as utilities work to restore power
    As the pace of electricity restoration slowed Tuesday, the aftermath of Hurricane Irene continued to frustrate thousands of utility customers and officials announced another storm-related death in Maryland. More than 165,000 customers remained without...
  • Homeowners want Laurel Lakes walking paths closed

    Homeowners want Laurel Lakes walking paths closed
    There's a battle brewing in Laurel over whether sections of the paved walking path around Laurel Lakes should be closed to keep walkers from entering a townhouse community. The path areas being considered for closure are at Fourth Street and Cherry...
  • Crime Beat: Phylicia Barnes' family 'deeply concerned' about case's progress

    Crime Beat: Phylicia Barnes' family 'deeply concerned' about case's progress
    The family of Phylicia Barnes has posted an open letter to the Baltimore Police Department, accompanied by a petition, that expresses "deep concern" about "slow developments" in the investigation into the death of the North Carolina teenager. Barnes, an...
  • b rants: Rawlings-Blake, Dixon and more

    b rants: Rawlings-Blake, Dixon and more
    b’s signature rants: Real comments from Baltimoreans. Share your rants! Comment here; post on facebook.com/bthesite; Tweet @bthesite; text your rant to 70701 (keyword: rant) or call 410-332-6660. You need money to go shopping? i am broke trying to...
  • President Obama still covets TV time, but the medium is no longer loving him back

    President Obama still covets TV time, but the medium is no longer loving him back
    With this week's skirmish over whether President Obama or a debate among the GOP presidential candidates would dominate prime time Wednesday night, a couple of observations seem impossible to ignore. The first is yet another reminder of how wrong...
  • Table Talk: A veteran caterer lands in Arbutus

    Table Talk: A veteran caterer lands in Arbutus
    Arbutus, for all of its charms and assets, is not generally credited with being a culinary capital. The dining choices in family-oriented community on the southwest tip Baltimore County tend toward the tried and true. A veteran caterer is hoping to...