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Ides of March

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  • Like/dislike: Lisa Ponzoli, boutique owner

    Like/dislike: Lisa Ponzoli, boutique owner
    We have a Babe in Baltimore. 33-year-old Lisa Ponzoli, Timonium native and owner of the trendy Fells Point boutique, has been involved in the apparel and fashion industries since college. After working in the buying offices at Nordstrom and Hecht's in D....
  • For Better or Worse: Tax season is easy if you consider IRS rules as 'suggestions'

    April 15 has been the deadline for filing income tax returns since Roman times. I'm not sure why they chose that particular date, but I'm guessing it was because the Ides of March was already taken for another tragedy. My tax-preparation method is easy:...
  • Stephanie Rawlings-Blake calls George Clooney 'really cute'

    Stephanie Rawlings-Blake calls George Clooney 'really cute'
    Baltimore's mayor, it turns out, has a soft spot for big fuzzy dogs and the two-time winner of the sexiest man alive title. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, speaking Friday on Mix 106.5's Jojo and Reagan show, had a bit more fun than she usually seems to....
  • Developer Blake Cordish pays city $14,000 after tax error

    Developer Blake Cordish pays city $14,000 after tax error
    Baltimore City is $14,026.32 less poor thanks to developer Blake Cordish. That’s how much he paid after the state fixed a three-year-old error that vastly undervalued his Federal Hill mega-rowhouse. The payment, made on the Ides of March, covers...
  • 'House of Cards' brings Hollywood to Harford County

    'House of Cards' brings Hollywood to Harford County
    Being on TV is nothing new for Baltimore. Think of the recent political dramas like "Game Change" and "VEEP" or earlier crime shows like "Homicide" and"The Wire." But what's going on within a five-acre area of production offices and massive warehouses...
  • Beware the Ides of March

    Beware the Ides of March
    Today is the Ideas of March, a day oft-cited as filled with grim portent. The day's ominous nature is drawn from the words of a soothsayer in Act 1, Scene II of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar." It's a rather obvious bit of foreshadowing. We all know that...
  • West Friendship: Bird enthusiasts plan waterfowl field trip Sunday, March 18

    "Beware The Ides of March." No need for foreboding. While Julius Caesar was famously warned to beware, we in West Friendship are thrilled to know that spring is on the way. Members of the Howard County Bird Club will meet for a spring field trip at...
  • Oscar nominations: snubs, surprises, Muppets

    Oscar nominations: snubs, surprises, Muppets
    No shock that “Hugo” and “The Artist” dominated this year’s Oscar nominations (for a full list, go here. I even wouldn’t have been surprised if the dog from “The Artist” had scored a nom. But there were...
  • At Laurel Mill Playhouse, 'Brides' wedded to comedy

    At Laurel Mill Playhouse, 'Brides' wedded to comedy
    "Brides of March," which opened at Laurel Mill Playhouse last weekend, has nothing to do with the free spirits who began parading the streets of San Francisco wearing variations of the traditional Western white wedding dress some 13 years ago — an...
  • Your restaurant critic needs your help

     
    I'm sitting here brooding about not next Tuesday's Top 10 but the following Tuesday's Top 10. I kind of liked the idea of Top 10 Caesar Salads in honor of the Ides of March, and I'm definitely going to do......
  • Did Shakespeare write that? Forsooth, take our quiz

    Did Shakespeare write that? Forsooth, take our quiz
    "Beware the Ides of March!" the soothsayer warns in William Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar." When the day comes around, Caesar is stabbed by his enemies and friends, prompting him to ask, "Et tu, Brute?" before dying. Both quotes have made it into...
  • Lots of ways to celebrate Valentine's Day

     Lots of ways to celebrate Valentine's Day
    Still wondering how to celebrate Valentine's Day? How about an oyster fest or murder-mystery dinner? Read on for a sampling of sweet events. Mokena Pile on the aphrodisiac with the three-day Oyster Fest at Tribes Alehouse, 11220 W. Lincoln Hwy....