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Developer James W. Rousewas a pioneer at recycling other people's buildings for new uses, including Faneuil Hall in Boston and parts of the South Street Seaport historic district in Manhattan. Now one of the most prominent buildings he constructed from...
After battling stomach problems for years, Sarah Croessmann took action. On the advice of her doctor, she tried eating fewer fats, then removing dairy. Four years ago, she hit on a winner: She cut gluten from her diet. Croessmann, a 25-year-old Baltimore...
The Baltimore SunMore than 50 restaurants have signed onto the Maryland's 'True Blue' certification program and marketing campaign. Launched this spring by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the 'True Blue' certification program allows restaurants serving DNR-...
Craving a summer treat that's icy, sweet, and a bit exotic? Then make gourmet ice pops your go-to cooler for the sunny season. Ice pops aren't exactly new — remember the juice and Kool-Aid bars Mom would freeze in tiny paper cups? — but these...
Tags: Mangos, Lemons, Kosher Salt, Limes, Restaurants
Jill Smokler just might be Baltimore's biggest unknown celebrity. Few recognize her tightly coiled curls, her peanut-butter-eating children, her tired dog. But online, thousands upon thousands of mothers grasp onto her every word. And on Twitter, nearly...
A spruced-up, more cheerful version of the historic Broadway Market's south shed reopened Friday morning, and customers found such new offerings as Polish dishes made from scratch and food cooked while they wait. The mix of four tenants in the market,...
Karyn Wilmer's car doesn't look like much, with faded paint and a plastic sheet covering the leaky sunroof. But the humble, dark green 1998 Honda Accord has changed her life since a local nonprofit put her behind the wheel. The 24-year-old single...
Tags: Transportation, Overlea, AAA, Vehicles, Halethorpe
Now I really feel old. A friend of mine used to call the grocery store at the Rotunda the "Flirt Giant." And it was true, back when I moved here about 25 years ago: You got the sense people were trolling the aisles there for more than Lean Cuisines....
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Anne Tyler, Movies, Roland Park, Pizzas
News that the Giant at the Rotunda is moving west to the old Superfresh store is good news. It will be great to have a Giant that’s larger and comparable to the one on York Road north of Gittings Avenue. The bad news is that the supermarket site at...
"I think it's awful," declared retired Baltimore Sun reporter Eric Siegel, 62, coming out of the soon-to-close Giant Food store in Hampden's Rotunda mall, a half-block from his house. "I think it's going to be really hard for the neighborhood." "I'm very...
Marta Ines Quintana's Havana Road Cafe was one of the sweetest success stories of 2010. The Towson restaurant caught on quickly. "Every once in a while, you come across a restaurant that has distinctive, well-prepared food at sensible prices," The...
Tags: Vegetarian Diet, Volt, Diets and Dieting, Prices, Havana (Cuba)
Havana Road Cuban Café has been open for less than two years, long enough to gain a following in downtown Towson simply on the merits of its Cuban cuisine. But for owner and chef Marta Inés Quintana, the restaurant, located at 8 W. Pennsylvania Ave.,...
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