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  • Roland Park Place retirement community offers prospective residents a 'taste'

    In an effort to recruit new residents, Roland Park Place, a senior retirement community, is trying something unique. Roland Park Place, 830, W. 4th St., in Hampden, is hosting an invitation-only "taste" event on Wednesday, Jan. 29, in which 40...
  • Unions are using striking fast food workers

    Unions are using striking fast food workers
    Thursday saw fast food workers across in 130 cities the country walk off the job in order to protest for higher wages. The protesters were bemoaning the low pay earned in fast food jobs and are demanding an economically unfeasible wage of $15 per hour. To...
  • Potential tenants of Eldersburg Commons named

    Potential tenants of Eldersburg Commons named
    Prospective tenants for Eldersburg Commons are nearing the final stages of discussions to locate at the shopping center set to replace the former Carrolltowne Center. Restaurants and retailers such as AT&T, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Noodles & Company,...
  • Towson core businesses eye county revitalization assistance

    Towson core businesses eye county revitalization assistance
    Several downtown Towson businesses recently expressed interest in Baltimore County's Commercial Revitalization services, a program county officials say will help businesses keep up with a changing Towson landscape. "They know that things are changing,...
  • Two different Anastasias in Fells Point

    Two different Anastasias in Fells Point
    We almost missed all of the fun. On a recent Saturday night, a friend and I sat idly at the main upstairs bar at Anastasia, the Italian restaurant by Kali's Restaurant Group that replaced Meli in Fells Point last month. There were 20 or so patrons,...
  • Le Garage, a casual French restaurant, coming to Hampden

    Le Garage, a casual French restaurant, coming to Hampden
    Sarah Acconcia, the former executive chef at 13.5% Wine Bar, will be the chef at Le Garage Beer Bar & Frites, a French restaurant opening this spring in the former Dogwood space on 36th Street. Inspired by the success of new French restaurants in...
  • For some businesses, snow day brings bustle

    For some businesses, snow day brings bustle
    As snow fell Tuesday afternoon outside Atwater's bakery in Catonsville, manager Lisa Harden hurried to pour the last cups of coffee and wrap up customers' food in to-go containers. The bakery had been busy, she said, but like many neighboring...
  • Children in restaurants, a delicate dining dance

    Children in restaurants, a delicate dining dance
    The owner of exclusive Chicago restaurant Alinea recently sparked a national debate after he wondered on Twitter whether children might need to be banned from his dining room. The tweet came after a couple brought their infant to his establishment and the...
  • Villagio Cafe off to a good start in Towson

    Villagio Cafe off to a good start in Towson
    Villagio Cafe has hit the ground running. The small Persian restaurant and carryout, located on the stretch of York Road between Baltimore City and Towson, opened in December to much fanfare. It's an area that doesn't see many new sit-down restaurant...
  • Thirteen Harford businesses fail alcohol compliance test; Bill Bateman's shuts down in Bel Air

    Thirteen Harford businesses fail alcohol compliance test; Bill Bateman's shuts down in Bel Air
    More than a dozen Harford County businesses were willing to serve alcohol to an underage customer, with all but three of those who failed not even bothering to ask for proof of age, during a compliance test last month, the county's liquor control board...
  • Entrepreneurs to make final sales pitch of CCBC business contest Saturday

    Eight budding entrepreneurs have made it to Saturday's final round of the Enterprise Institute's Business Plan Competition with the top four to be awarded money to make their dream a reality. The grand prize winner receives $500; second place gets $250;...
  • Bill seeks truth in crabmeat, seafood labeling

    Bill seeks truth in crabmeat, seafood labeling
    Did you ever wonder if a restaurant's crabcake was made with Maryland crab or some foreign import? Or if that was really red snapper you bought, or an impostor?  A bill introduced Wednesday in Annapolis would make it illegal for restaurants or markets...