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  • Family of Eddie Dopkin offers culinary scholarship

    Family of Eddie Dopkin offers culinary scholarship
    The family of the late Edward "Eddie" Dopkin, the late Baltimore restaurateur best known for the Miss Shirley's group of restaurants, has established a scholarship in his memory. The annual scholarship, titled the "Eddie Dopkin's First Course Award...
  • Baltimore County seeks to satisfy a growing taste for growlers

    Baltimore County seeks to satisfy a growing taste for growlers
    State lawmakers from Baltimore County hope to increase the availability of growlers, the refillable jugs that have become popular among craft beer enthusiasts. Sales of growlers have expanded elsewhere in Maryland in recent years, and county lawmakers...
  • Cleansing foods to ring in the new year

    Cleansing foods to ring in the new year
    The season from Halloween to New Year's is the most wonderful time of the year for cooking and eating food. The problem with the holidays is that consuming desserts, starchy sides, fatty meats and gallons of various alcoholic beverages can wreak havoc...
  • After slow progress, College Park moving quickly toward 'real college town' goals

    After slow progress, College Park moving quickly toward 'real college town' goals
    A gleaming new apartment building with restaurants and bars on the ground floor has replaced an old pizza place and tire shop. A new Whole Foods will sprout up just down the road. A four-star hotel and bike lanes are planned. The changes are part of a...
  • Downtown location key for growing Columbia business

    Downtown location key for growing Columbia business
    When Sharon and Jacob Benus started Impaq International, a Columbia-based research firm, in their Pikesville basement in 2001, little did they know that just over 10 years later the company would employ more than 275 people at three locations. According...
  • Greene Turtle in Towson unveils its rooftop addition

    Greene Turtle in Towson unveils its rooftop addition
    Towson's Greene Turtle restaurant on Thursday unveiled its new rooftop "Turtle Shell" bar, an $890,000 addition, which caused a stir when proposed six months ago because of the public loans approved to help fund the project. "We're hoping not only to...
  • New businesses coming to Historic Ellicott City

    New businesses coming to Historic Ellicott City
    With the ringing in of the New Year, changes are afoot along Main Street in Historic Ellicott City. Two Main Street mainstays — I Love Theatre and Taylor's Antique Mall — closed their doors for the last time Tuesday, Dec. 31. A short-lived...
  • Howard Co. to buy, redevelop most of Long Reach Village Center

    Howard Co. to buy, redevelop most of Long Reach Village Center
    Howard County government announced plans Tuesday night to purchase and redevelop a majority of the Long Reach Village Center in Columbia.  The county is in negotiations with owner and landlord Long Reach Village Associates LLC, a corporation...
  • Neighbors and patrons bid fond farewell to Salute

    Neighbors and patrons bid fond farewell to Salute
    Nearly three years after opening in a former Main Street coffee shop, Salute Ristorante Italiano's owners have decided to close their doors. Moroccan-born Abdellah and Meriem Kass ran their cozy, Main Street restaurant with a personal touch, with Meriem...
  • Royal Farms expected to settle on Havre de Grace site, city official says

    Royal Farms expected to settle on Havre de Grace site, city official says
    Royal Farms is continuing to move forward with its expected acquisition of a site at the Route 40 intersection where Havre de Grace's now-closed Bridge Diner stands, a city official says. A contractor for the convenience store chain was at the...
  • Harford liquor board wants to get rid of resident license requirement

    Harford liquor board wants to get rid of resident license requirement
    Members of the Harford County Liquor Control Board say they want to get rid of the state law that requires a Harford County resident to be on every license they issue to businesses that sell alcoholic beverages. The challenge of finding a resident...
  • Steaks you can believe in at The Capital Grille

    Steaks you can believe in at The Capital Grille
    The Capital Grille has come to feel like a hometown restaurant. Of course, it's not. When the Capital Grille opened on Pratt Street in 2005, is was part of a moderate-size regional chain. But since 2010, the steakhouse been wholly owned by the...