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  • Contest # 2 -- misguided celebrity restaurants

     
    Please create a celebrity restaurant. The result can be ill-advised, desperate, or simply alarming. You can play this a few ways. The celebrity in question doesn't have to be part of the restaurant's name, as in the example here at......
  • UMBC dramatizes a 1998 murder and its aftermath

    UMBC dramatizes a 1998 murder and its aftermath
    When "The Laramie Project" was first staged in 2000, it was a joltingly topical theatrical treatment of a notorious recent hate crime. Sad to say, Moises Kaufman's play remains topical, as we're reminded by the confident student revival at the...
  • Still room for you at the James Beard dinner

     
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  • Baltimore Celebrity Smackdown -- vote for Sanjaya

     
    Among the thirty-two celebrities bracketed in this year's Baltimore Celebrity Smackdown are four with relevance to this blog. In the first round, Bryan Voltaggio is competing with Marin Alsop, Timothy Dean has drawn Laura Lippman, Cindy Wolf takes on...
  • Cindy Wolf among the four Baltimore celebrities in final Smackdown round

     
    Charleston executive chef Cindy Wolf has reached the final round of four in the Baltimore Celebrity Smackdown. She nicked Markakis in the first round, benched Cal Ripken in the second round, and broke Marin Alsop's baton in the semi-finals. Now,......
  • 'Celebrity Apprentice' premiere: When crazy met crazy

     
    I have a strange relationship with The Apprentice. Either I ignore it at the beginning and get dragged in at the end, or I watch at the beginning and slowly give up on it as the season wears on.But I......
  • Grilled cheese sandwich cookoff at Mt. Washington Tavern

     
    Attention, fans of grilled cheese. April is Grilled Cheese Month -- finally, a legitimate holiday.Please send your gorgeous photographs of you gorgeous grilled cheese sandwiches here. The big area event -- on Sunday, April 10, the Mt. Washington Tavern...
  • America's Next Great Restaurant, Episode 3: Wok & Whoa

     
    Here's Bob Swank's Episode 3 recap of American's Next Great Restaurant. Now we're all caught up.Johnny Carson golfswing! Last week grilled cheese operation Meltworks was the crowd favorite and has immunity. “I can make a 100,000 wraps Fran”...
  • Monster-Mania: Jason goes to Hunt Valley

    Monster-Mania: Jason goes to Hunt Valley
    Should you spy a bunch of folks in hockey masks hanging around Hunt Valley this weekend, don't go looking for a game. The area will be crawling with dozens, if not scores, of aspiring Jasons, the masked killer and overwhelmingly demonic presence of the...
  • Baltimore's Lester Speight defends the human race in 'Transformers 3'

    Baltimore's Lester Speight defends the human race in 'Transformers 3'
    When "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" posted a casting call for "Hardcore Eddie," every muscleman-actor on the way up in Hollywood went out for the part. They knew the character would be on-screen during crucial, cataclysmic action, right alongside...
  • After more than 30 years, Leslie Shepard says goodbye to the Baltimore School for the Arts

    After more than 30 years, Leslie Shepard says goodbye to the Baltimore School for the Arts
    The boy in the black leotard was throwing yet another temper tantrum. Seventeen-year-old Bilal Smith had his back to his dance instructor at the Baltimore School for the Arts. As she demonstrated a movement sequence to the class, Bilal bent from the...
  • 'Living history' is making a comeback at some Maryland museums

    'Living history' is making a comeback at some Maryland museums
    In the shadow of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia, John Wilkes Booth will tell anyone who'll listen just why that tyrant had to be assassinated. Supporting himself on a wooden crutch, a decidedly agitated Booth, his voice rising to match the fierceness in his...