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  • What's up at The Wine Market? Plenty

    What's up at The Wine Market? Plenty
    If you've been needing a reason to head down to the Wine Market, you got it. Every Monday through Thursday in March, The Wine Market in Locust Point is offering a list of delicious but lesser known wines by the glass at half price. Lucien Walsh, the Wine...
  • Pinkett Smith's aunt 'taken aback' by SRB's dig

    Pinkett Smith's aunt 'taken aback' by SRB's dig
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wasn't exactly jumping when Jada Pinkett Smith asked for her help in protecting elephants earlier this week. The mayor more or less says she had bigger fish to fry -- that and the actress didn't help her out when the city...
  • Artisans show off concrete style at Luke Works in Baltimore

    Artisans show off concrete style at Luke Works in Baltimore
    A decade ago, artisan Mark Melonas was piecing together a living teaching sculpture at the Baltimore School for the Arts, doing some freelance graphic design and staging exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. And he was fooling around with...
  • Will and Jada Smith deny breakup reports - but reckless media feast on page views

    Will and Jada Smith deny breakup reports - but reckless media feast on page views
    After a day of false speculation resulting in millions of page views for web sites around country, Will and Jada Smith issued a statement Tuesday saying their marriage is not in trouble and they are not separating. Here is the statement: "Although we...
  • School for the Arts opens year amid controversies

    School for the Arts opens year amid controversies
    A rare air of controversy has marked the new school year at the Baltimore School for the Arts, with administrators disclosing this week that the school's payroll practices are being investigated. The revelation comes as parents say they want to be...
  • Bay Theatre looks to build on successes in 10th season

    Bay Theatre founder Janet Luby could not conceal her delight as she announced that the first celebratory event of the coming season, a fashion show and fundraiser, had sold out nearly two months in advance. She's hoping it will be the first of many...
  • Nominated for his first Emmy, Josh Charles plays it cool

    Nominated for his first Emmy, Josh Charles plays it cool
    Josh Charles is a very competitive guy. But he's feeling absolutely no pressure to win as he arrives for his first Emmy Awards telecast as a nominee Sunday. "Someone asked me the other day, 'Are you super-nervous?' And I'm really not right now," says the...
  • Josh Charles: Emmy nominee makes 'The Good Wife' better

    Josh Charles: Emmy nominee makes 'The Good Wife' better
    Josh Charles is a very competitive guy. But he's feeling absolutely no pressure to win as he arrives for his first Emmy Awards telecast as a nominee Sunday. "Someone asked me the other day, 'Are you super-nervous?' And I'm really not right now," says the...
  • Roland Park Middle is no academic sweatshop

    I feel compelled to address the issues discussed in Erica Green's recent article specific to Roland Park Elementary/Middle School ("Roland Park parents push for middle-school recess," Sept. 23). I am the parent of a current Roland Park Elementary 5th...
  • One former city teacher's fight to be laid off properly

    Last year, we wrote about Kim Parr, who was laid off from her teaching position at the Baltimore School for the Arts amid budget cuts. Students marched down to City Hall to save the visual arts teacher of 27 years, and the layoffs--she was one of three--...
  • Table Talk: The Mallet stakes a claim to Fallston's hearts and appetites

    Table Talk: The Mallet stakes a claim to Fallston's hearts and appetites
    How many cars do you reckon pass each day through the intersection of Mountain Road and Belair Road in Fallston? Tony Ashe says about 85,000 cars, give or take a Buick, are swinging near the Mallet Restaurant and Crabhouse, his new multilevel,...
  • Newcomer Mosby sets sights on City Hall

    Newcomer Mosby sets sights on City Hall
    Nick Mosby bounded along a row of ninth-grade boys at Baltimore's Civitas School with the energy of a football player about to dart onto the field. Citing his own upbringing by a single mother, he urged the young men to aim higher than the temptations...