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  • Senator Theatre wins $300,000 state tax credit for restoration

    Senator Theatre wins $300,000 state tax credit for restoration
    The Senator Theatre has been awarded a $300,000 state tax credit for restoration of the historic, Art-Deco style cinema house that was built in 1939. The Senator is one of six recipients of a combined $7 million in Sustainable Communities Tax Credits,...
  • Date set for Morris Martick memorial: Event to be held Sunday at the Charles Theatre

    Date set for Morris Martick memorial: Event to be held Sunday at the Charles Theatre
    A memorial gathering for Morris Martick has been scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 15, from noon to 2 p.m., at the Charles Theatre. A reception at the Metro Gallery will follow the event at The Charles. Both events are open to the public and no reservations are...
  • LGBT film festival set for June

    LGBT film festival set for June
    Baltimore QFest, one of two LGBT film festival set for 2012, will unspool June 21-24 at various locations throughout the city. Organizers plan to show some 60 feature films, documentaries and shorts during the four-day festival. Where the films will be...
  • Kiefaber ordered to stay away from Senator, Charles

    Thomas A. Kiefaber was ordered Friday to stay away from the historic Senator Theatre he once owned, as well as the Charles Theatre, for six months. Baltimore District Judge Halee F. Weinstein signed the order after the new operator of the Senator Theatre...
  • Former Senator Theatre owner restricted from City Hall

    Former Senator Theatre owner restricted from City Hall
    Thomas A. Kiefaber, a candidate for City Council president, is banned from City Hall unless he's expected — and escorted — by someone inside, according to a letter sent to him this month by the Baltimore City solicitor. The letter says he...
  • Bar owners hope Station North shooting doesn't drive patrons away

    The crowd at Liam Flynn's Ale House on North Avenue was small early Friday morning, just a dozen or so patrons milling about. Then around 1 a.m., three men pushed their way through the door screaming, "Someone's been shot! Call 911!" owner Liam Flynn...
  • High Zero Festival 2011 dates, early performers announced

    High Zero Festival 2011 dates, early performers announced
    This year's High Zero Festival will take place between September 22 and 25, organizers said earlier this week. That gives it an entire weekend of its own, unlike last year, which coincided with Virgin Mobile FreeFest. The 13th edition of the...
  • Table Talk: De Kleine Duivel coming to Chesapeake Restaurant building

    Table Talk: De Kleine Duivel coming to Chesapeake Restaurant building
    The ongoing Chesapeake Restaurant project, now under way near the Charles Theatre, has signed on a Belgian brasserie. De Kleine Duivel, which will be operated by Baltimore native Paul Kopchinski, will feature Belgian beers, boutique wines and spirits, and...
  • All Rap Round Robin showcases 12 of the city's underground acts

    All Rap Round Robin showcases 12 of the city's underground acts
    The All Rap Round Robin is far from the average microphone-too-low, DJ-too-loud, consistently tardy hip-hop show. Now entering its fifth year, the gathering of the city's on-the-fringe hip-hop acts will converge Friday night on Floristree. The event will...
  • Table Talk: Lost City Diner finally materializes

    Table Talk: Lost City Diner finally materializes
    Let's just say that hydroelectric dams haven't taken as long to complete as the Lost City Diner, Joy Martin's long-awaited project in the Charles North neighborhood. There were rumors of activity on the corner of Charles and Lafayette in early July,...
  • Best week ever: Baltimore events, sports, music and movies

    Best week ever: Baltimore events, sports, music and movies
    b's rundown of everything going down this week MOVIES OPENING (Friday) Attack the Block Colombiana Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark Our Idiot Brother NOTABLE TV Monday Night Football: Preseason: Chicago at NY Giants (special; 8 p.m. Monday; ESPN) Top...
  • Old Catonsville: Shining moments for Catonsville fall football rec program

    With 270 football players ages 5-13 involved with 12 football teams competing in the Mid-Maryland Youth Football and Cheer League, and 96 girls in the cheerleading program, the Catonsville Stars Football and Cheerleading program is shining this fall....