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  • Smoking, no. Vaping, maybe.

    Smoking, no. Vaping, maybe.
    It's lunch time, and William Brown has stepped away from his desk for a nicotine fix in the lobby of the building where he works. The city employee isn't allowed to smoke here, but he can vape. He flips the switch on his sleek black electronic...
  • Mr. Rain's Fun House to close on June 7

    Mr. Rain's Fun House to close on June 7
    Mr. Rain's Fun House, the restaurant inside the American Visionary Art Museum, will close on June 7, according to information provided by the restaurant. "Even with wonderful press ... and a series of recognizable achievements ... our pursuit of...
  • Venti Tre offering free entree if you wear a Preakness hat

    Venti Tre offering free entree if you wear a Preakness hat
    On Thursday, Venti Tre Modern Italian, a new fast-casual restaurant at the Shops at Canton Crossing, is offering a free entree with the purchase of an entree to anyone wearing his or her favorite Preakness hat. Venti Tre is from Fazoli's, the nation's...
  • Green Spring Station springs forward

    Green Spring Station springs forward
    Kohli Flick and her crew of three employees were putting on the finishing touches for the official grand opening of her home goods, accessories and gift store, Becket Hitch, in Green Spring Station, over this weekend. The new storefront arrived weeks...
  • Harford business operators apologize for failing alcohol compliance tests

    Six Harford County businesses were each fined $1,000 or more Wednesday after failing so-called compliance tests in which the sold alcoholic beverages to an underage person working with police and liquor inspectors. Nine out of 37 businesses visited by...
  • Brewers aim to add Eastern Shore to craft-beer map

    Brewers aim to add Eastern Shore to craft-beer map
    Just because you're on vacation at the shore doesn't mean every drink has to come with a tiny beach umbrella. Pitch the slushy or cosmopolitan, and think more along the lines of craft. Craft beer, that is. For a long time, beer drinkers lacked choices...
  • Jews stay within Passover rules by selling bread, buying back after holiday

    Jews stay within Passover rules by selling bread, buying back after holiday
    During Passover, the holiday that begins tonight, observant Jews avoid eating leavened bread and all other foods whose ingredients rise during preparation. That means doing without some of the modern diet's tastiest staples, from bagels and pizza to pasta...
  • Charles Village finds its 'Mojo' in quest to fill vacant storefronts

    In an effort to fill vacant storefronts with businesses that residents want, community associations in Charles Village and Old Goucher are partnering with Spotmojo, a California-based 'crowd-sourcing' company that does neighborhood-based market research,...
  • LA Fitness opens at Towson Commons

    LA Fitness opens at Towson Commons
    The once-vacant AMC movie theater space inside Towson Commons that symbolized the downtown building's slide into deterioration a few years ago re-opened Thursday as a glistening, 52,000-square-foot LA Fitness facility. "This building getting refilled is...
  • Old Bay aims to extend its reach

    Old Bay aims to extend its reach
    If you composed a list of local brands that could be considered venerable, Old Bay would probably sit at the top. From popcorn to pizza — and the seasoning's most beloved partner, steamed crabs — Marylanders have found many uses for the...
  • Questioning wage law built on the kindness of strangers

    I want to thank Mr. Sean Malone, the Annapolis lobbyist, for getting me to look a little deeper into something we generally regard as acceptable without giving it much thought — the base wage for tipped workers. In my column of April 9, I...
  • Maryland tourist destinations prepare for a boost in business

    Maryland tourist destinations prepare for a boost in business
    Visitors trying to shake off a particularly snowy winter and rainy spring could give a boost to Maryland's tourist destinations this summer. Business owners and tourism officials are seeing signs of a healthy season before the traditional Memorial Day...