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Property lawyer Dan Harvey has a drastic solution to Hampden's parking crunch. On Monday, he dropped it like a bomb on a meeting of the Hampden Community Council. Harvey, president of the Cotton Duck Title Co., in the 700 block of West 36th Street,...
Sunni Gilliam does, in fact, know how to read the tea leaves. In late 2005, when a Starbucks seemed to be popping up on every block, Gilliam opened Tea-ology, an "urban tea house" in Fells Point. The name was soon changed to Teavolve, and a few years...
Tags: Starbucks Corp., Fells Point, Harbor East
Black scuff marks line the staircase at 922 N. Charles St., left there by frustrated tenants kicking the wall in a vain attempt to make their neighbor, the Museum Restaurant and Lounge, quiet down. Most nights, tenants say, the sound of DJs hyping up...
April 1 is the official start to the blue crab harvest in Maryland. But don't reach for your mallet just yet. "It's not time for crabs," said Jessica Borowski, a manager at Midtown BBQ and Brew. "It's too cold out." The crabs seem to agree. The...
Unlike those of us who merely sip wine and try to appreciate it, Paul Lukacs has channeled his passion for the drink into a second career, one in which he's increasingly recognized as one of this country's most authoritative voices on the topic. Lukacs'...
Baltimore baseball fans flocked back to Camden Yards and merrily decorated themselves in orange and black as the Orioles authored baseball's most surprising story of 2012. Now, signs abound that the enthusiasm from last fall — when the team...
Donald Hess ended more than 18 years on the Harford County Liquor Control Board rather quietly. "And for the last time, motion to adjourn?" Hess, whose term expires Saturday, asked his fellow liquor board members after a very brief meeting Wednesday...
After years of driving from Glen Burnie to Hampden for meetings, John Sprucebank, a longtime member of the Improved Order of Red Men, said last month he was sad that the fraternal lodge near The Avenue was closing. But he was happy about one thing; he...
I could never really run a business, but I did have an amazing business idea come to me one time, in a dream - literally. I woke up and was like, "This is a brilliant idea." I don't want to say too much because someone might steal it. But I will tell you...
Tags: Business, Employees, Washington, DC, Sales, David Bowie
Richard Bell hardly had time to look up during the first hour of ladling rich cream of crab soup into bowl after bowl at a fundraiser to benefit Baltimore residents struggling with homelessness, hunger and poverty. In that time, the general manager of...
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