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  • Storm dumps biggest snowfall since 2010 on a day possibly among area's top 10 snowiest on record

    Storm dumps biggest snowfall since 2010 on a day possibly among area's top 10 snowiest on record
    The biggest snowfall in four years blanketed the Baltimore area Thursday with up to a foot and a half of snow, giving many schoolchildren two more days off and stranding residents and travelers. As the region dug out, two men died after shoveling. In...
  • Valentine's Day dining menus and specials

    Valentine's Day dining menus and specials
    Valentine's Day falls on a Friday this year, which is shaping up to be great news diners and patrons alike. Unofficially at least, Valentine’s Day is being celebrated in restaurants starting on Thursday, Feb. 13 and going through Saturday, Feb....
  • A tale of two Ostrowskis: the times of wurst

    In Baltimore's sausage world, there are two Ostrowskis. There is Ostrowski's on Washington Street, a 94-year-old Polish sausage shop that was recently purchased from the Ostrowski family by John Reusing, owner of the neighboring tavern Bad Decisions....
  • Restaurateur juggles competing interests with hummus business and Desert Cafe

    Restaurateur juggles competing interests with hummus business and Desert Cafe
    By all accounts, including Blake Wollman's, the Mount Washington Village retail and restaurant district is doing well. Wollman, former president of the Mount Washington Village Merchants Association and longtime owner of the Desert Cafe, has watched...
  • For businesses on The Avenue, charity begins at home

    So here we are already, just days away from Hampden's kickoff to the Christmas season — the seasonal lighting of the Miracle on 34th Street, the light display in the 700 block. The lighting takes place each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving....
  • Bear with me food snobs, Red Lobster is worth saving

    Bear with me food snobs, Red Lobster is worth saving
    I have a confession to make. I kind of love Red Lobster. Yes, I live in the land of the jumbo lump crabcakes and fresh rockfish, but there's something oddly comforting for me about the chain restaurant that my dad took me to as a kid. I'm known for...
  • 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...
  • September 2013: John Carroll marks 50 years; new cancer center opens

    September 2013: John Carroll marks 50 years; new cancer center opens
    The Aberdeen IronBirds were headed to the Penn League playoffs for the first time in the club's 12 season history. The Birds would go two and out, still the best record in franchise history. A petition was filed for judicial review of the site plan...
  • IHOP headed to Bel Air Plaza on Route 1

    IHOP headed to Bel Air Plaza on Route 1
    Bel Air residents will have another food option when an International House of Pancakes opens in Bel Air Plaza along Route 1 at the site most recently occupied by Marlin & Ray's. A building permit was issued by the Bel Air Department of Public Works...
  • More development plans for Joppa, Fallston, Abingdon draw fire

    More development plans for Joppa, Fallston, Abingdon draw fire
    Plans for two commercial development projects in Joppa and Fallston that have raised previous concerns in their respective communities were reviewed by Harford County and state agencies last week, while a proposal for more houses in Abingdon is likewise...
  • River Hill Garden Center variance hearings begin

    River Hill Garden Center variance hearings begin
    Several dozen residents of Clarksville's River Hill community showed up for the first two days of hearings in a case involving zoning variances for the River Hill Garden Center on Route 108. Garden Center owner Stephen Klein is requesting two...
  • The Avenue in Hampden overrun by 'elves'

    The Avenue in Hampden overrun by 'elves'
    The holidays are a time when people believe in Santa, his reindeer, and, of course, his little helpers, elves dressed in green and red. "It's a time when people are willing to suspend disbelief," observed Rebecca Meszler, 25, of Charles Village, a...