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  • Towson area restaurants heavily featured in Baltimore County Restaurant Week

    Towson area restaurants heavily featured in Baltimore County Restaurant Week
    Baltimore County’s ever-expanding Restaurant Week kicked off Thursday morning at Barrett’s Grill in Hunt Valley, where 10 of the 52 participating restaurants offered samples to a crowd of county officials. The summer edition of Restaurant...
  • Travel Channel's 'Hotel Impossible' makes over Abacrombie Inn in Baltimore

    Travel Channel's 'Hotel Impossible' makes over Abacrombie Inn in Baltimore
    Reality TV host Anthony Melchiorri spends his workdays circling the country and globe, on a mission to help ailing hotels and their owners resurrect themselves on the Travel Channel series "Hotel Impossible." When the hotel fixer visited Baltimore...
  • Otakon to move to D.C., citing aging convention center

    Otakon to move to D.C., citing aging convention center
    Otakon, the Japanese and East Asian anime and culture convention that has drawn tens of thousands of people to Baltimore since 1999, will be held in Washington beginning in 2017, organizers announced Sunday. In a statement, Otakon organizers...
  • Ocean City's dreary summer puts a dent in tourism

    Ocean City's dreary summer puts a dent in tourism
    Ocean City began the summer with high hopes for a blockbuster season, fueled by a newly rebuilt fishing pier, the return of the Dew Tour and the possibility of an influx of tourists from northern beaches ravaged by superstorm Sandy. But nature had a...
  • A year of flux in Baltimore's dining scene

    A year of flux in Baltimore's dining scene
    The year 2013 was, for the most part, a positive one on the Baltimore dining scene, except perhaps for trend-spotters. For every sign, there was a counter-sign. The sudden closing of a restaurant was followed by an unexpected, or at least not highly...
  • Towson Moose Lodge property for sale

    Towson Moose Lodge property for sale
    The Towson Moose Lodge property on Mylander Lane, which for over six decades has housed the fraternal organization's meetings and hosted community events, is for sale after the lodge's charter was revoked earlier this year. The property was schedule for...
  • City moves to replace Grand Prix of Baltimore

    City moves to replace Grand Prix of Baltimore
    Race cars speeding down Pratt Street brought Kevin and Debbie Parkhurst the 50 miles from their home in North East to downtown Baltimore for a third consecutive Labor Day weekend this month. "It's the best thing the city's done," Kevin Parkhurst said...
  • Setting up transportation and a block of hotel rooms for guests is a must-do.

    Setting up transportation and a block of hotel rooms for guests is a must-do.
    For any wedding, whether near or far, there should always be some sort of transportation or hotels lined up for your guests if they would like to stay overnight. In addition to those people, the bride and groom traditionally will stay somewhere nice...
  • Tavern on the Hill makes its mark in Mount Vernon

    Tavern on the Hill makes its mark in Mount Vernon
    In Mount Vernon, a neighborhood stacked with trendy bars, hot nightspots and intriguing ethnic restaurants, Tavern on the Hill stands out — because it's not any of those things. Instead, the bar and eatery, which opened in July, is purposefully...
  • MGM unveils design of proposed Prince George's casino

    MGM unveils design of proposed Prince George's casino
    MGM Resorts International presented an early look Wednesday at the design for its proposed $800 million casino and resort at National Harbor in Prince George's County — a glassy echo of Washington monuments atop a 1,600-foot-long stepped pedestal....
  • Stretching time and imagination through 'Communicating Doors'

    Stretching time and imagination through 'Communicating Doors'
    The Colonial Players troupe is opening its 65th season with an invitation for audiences to embark on an adventure of new voices and broad horizons — namely a time travel adventure written by prolific British master of farce, Alan Ayckbourn....
  • 'Baggage Claim' director David E. Talbert cherishes Baltimore roots

    'Baggage Claim' director David E. Talbert cherishes Baltimore roots
    "Baggage Claim" may be director David E. Talbert's movie, but the characters and situations, he freely admits — they come from his wife. "Most of my best ideas come from my eavesdropping on my wife's conversations with her girlfriends," the Prince...