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  • Restaurant review: Cafe Tuscany worth the drive to Westminster

    Restaurant review: Cafe Tuscany worth the drive to Westminster
    Forty-five minutes into the one-hour drive from Baltimore to Cafe Tuscany in Westminster, I'm cursing my editor. With all of the restaurants in Baltimore, why is it necessary to go this far out for Italian food? "This place better be worth it," I said...
  • Potluck problems: Frugal dilemmas

    How do you feel about potluck invitations? Potlucks are often recommended as a way to keep entertainment costs in check. If everyone brings a little something, then no single person is footing the bill. It seems like the concept of "bring a dish to...
  • Restaurant review: Savory Tex-Mex fare at El Hidalgo

    Restaurant review: Savory Tex-Mex fare at El Hidalgo
    Meeting and eating a new food can be exciting. The other night at El Hidalgo, a Tex-Mex restaurant in an Elkridge shopping center, I was introduced to tlacoyos. They were Mexican corn cakes ($7) shaped like torpedoes, stuffed with chicken and topped with...
  • Restaurant review: Humdrum Irish fare at The Twisted Harp

    Restaurant review: Humdrum Irish fare at The Twisted Harp
    The dining room walls of the Twisted Harp are emerald green. Gorgeous crystal chandeliers glisten. Dishes arrive flavored with sauces made with Irish whiskey. You could almost forget you were in a Nottingham shopping center. Yet, if you look out the...
  • Great food, slow service at Yellow Dog Tavern

    Great food, slow service at Yellow Dog Tavern
    Like a lot of taverns in the Baltimore area, the Yellow Dog Tavern in Canton has a lively first floor dominated by the bar and a quieter second floor filled with tables and chairs. When my wife and I showed up there for dinner on a recent weeknight, we...
  • Restaurant review: Solid food and beer at Alewife

    Restaurant review: Solid food and beer at Alewife
    If you are having trouble generating fond feelings toward bankers — say you hold them responsible for the nation's financial meltdown and the subsequent mortgage mess — you should visit Alewife, a tavern in downtown Baltimore that once was a...
  • Restaurant review: High energy, average fare at Kona Grill

    Restaurant review: High energy, average fare at Kona Grill
    Kona Grill is a high-energy place. Pulsating music permeates the smartly designed, 160-seat restaurant carved out of the first floor of the Verizon building. The tables are on fire. OK, just one has a fire pit. Its flames leap from a table on the patio...
  • Restaurant review: Red Parrot spices up suburbia

    Restaurant review: Red Parrot spices up suburbia
    The Red Parrot Asian Bistro in Hanover — the community in Anne Arundel County, not Pennsylvania — has good food in a bland setting. It is a restaurant that specializes in Southeast Asian fare. The setting, a glassy corner building in a mall...
  • Restaurant review: Eye-catching decor, savory fare at Cafe Spice

    Restaurant review: Eye-catching decor, savory fare at Cafe Spice
    With all the strip malls and traffic, York Road can get monotonous and frustrating. Step inside Cafe Spice and, almost immediately, you feel like you're miles away from the bustling suburban streetscape. Paintings and draperies spruce up the walls of the...
  • Mayor, City Council recognize Laurel's longtime businesses

    Mayor, City Council recognize Laurel's longtime businesses
    In a celebration of staying power, Mayor Craig Moe and City Council members honored a select circle of Laurel businesses whose owners — for decades — have successfully navigated the fickle seas of labor and equipment costs, taxes,...
  • Which prepaid card has the most fees? There's a tool to find out

    Update: A spokeswoman for Suze Orman says NerdWallet has it wrong. Jill Zuckman says the monthly fees for the year don't add up to $39, but $36 because the first month's fee is waived. She also adds: "Also,it’s fine to mention the MoneyGram cash...
  • Longtime BBH executive laid off by clinic board

    Longtime BBH executive laid off by clinic board
    The directors of Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc., a major drug treatment provider in Baltimore, have laid off longtime executive William "Kris" Hathaway, as the once high-flying nonprofit continues to cut costs. The board of directors had earlier...