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  • Annual toilet races go on in Hampden

    Annual toilet races go on in Hampden
    It began with a bathroom renovation and ended with a toilet race Saturday at Hampdenfest.
  • Designer seeking trademark for 'hOn' design

    Designer seeking trademark for 'hOn' design
    Looks like one of Baltimore's favorite words is being run through the U.S. patent office yet again. A Baltimore man identified as Thaddeus Stamps has applied to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a trademark on a design that incorporates the word...

    Great Baltimore cocktails: The Pink Flamingo at Hon Bar

    Great Baltimore cocktails: The Pink Flamingo at Hon Bar
    Oh, the swelter we know oh-so-unfondly as summer in Baltimore. 105 heat index? Check. Freak rainstorms? Double check. Comically oversized, fruity, refreshing cocktails? Thankfully, that's a triple check. Hampden's own Hon Bar has you covered with its...

    Hampdenfest 2014 canceled due to conflict with Sailabration

    Hampdenfest 2014 canceled due to conflict with Sailabration
    City, community and business leaders scrambled Wednesday to find a way to keep Hampdenfest 2014 from being canceled because of a conflict with Sailabration. "Everything is fluid," said Hampdenfest co-organizer Benn Ray, president of the Hampden...

    How 'hons' came to be and other tales from the 20th annual HonFest in Hampden

    How 'hons' came to be and other tales from the 20th annual HonFest in Hampden
    The prevailing wisdom is that 'hon' is short for honey, a term of endearment for the working women of Baltimore. But a new, radically different theory emerged in a large sign that leaned against a psychedelically painted bus, converted to a mobile...