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  • Celebrate your anniversary, open a restaurant

     
    To celebrate Hull Street Blues’ 25th anniversary, owner Dan Macatee said he decided to open another restaurant down the street. The new venture, Whetstone Grill, should open at 1121 Hull St. in early April. The plan is to open at......
  • Teen recalled as playful, gifted

    In the same West Baltimore church where he played the drums and goaded its leaders into shooting hoops with him, 15-year-old Markel Williams was remembered yesterday as a playful kid, though one who could be quite a handful. St. Matthew's Gospel...
  • Free wine and beer at Woodberry Kitchen

     
    Here's a deal for you. Today and Thursday Woodberry Kitchen is celebrating its second anniversary by offering free wine and beer selections to those who arrive on foot, by bike or by light rail. I'm not sure how they can......
  • 'American Idol' recap: Last auditions before Hollywood week

     
    Tonight is the last set of auditions before Hollywood Week on American Idol. Whew! I'm ready for that, aren't you? This hasn't been the most interesting set of auditions I've ever seen. That might be because they've "saved the best......
  • Re-Volting development: Philly bests Frederick in Beard awards

     
    Well, those meanies at The James Beard Foundation Awards have cheated Maryland out of its chance for glory.At an awards ceremony in New York tonight, they picked Jeff Michaud of Philadelphia's Osteria as Best Chef -- Mid-Atlantic over Bryan Voltaggio........
  • 'Real World New Orleans' wraps up

     
    BOFF is back to recap the finale of Real World New Orleans. Take it away, BOFF, and thanks again!: It's time for the season finale of MTV's "The Real World" and the previews indicate the return of the recently ousted......
  • 100 things to do in Ocean City

    100 things to do in Ocean City
    Whether it's volleyball on the beach, strolling the Boardwalk, or angling on a pier with the sun setting on the water, Ocean City offers the kind of easy, beach vacay that everyone from families to college co-eds can enjoy. To make the most of those oh-...
  • CEG to act quickly on EDF deal

    Constellation Energy Group and its nuclear joint venture partner, Electricite de France, announced Monday that they will move quickly to close their $4.5 billion nuclear joint venture, though the deal leaves some unanswered questions. Among them: when...
  • A house of (gift) cards at City Hall

    Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon's theft case, which remains before a jury this week, has shed light on little-known charitable efforts she ran from City Hall with few controls over solicitations and vague guidelines for who should benefit. As City Council...
  • Gifts for needy kids: Local group quietly shows how it should be done

    The annual solicitation letter from Santa Claus Anonymous arrived in the mail the other day, with its trademark depiction of a classic Santa with his hat pulled over his eyes. The iconic drawing, of course, suggests a fundamental tenet of the 75-year-...
  • Blog posts from Maryland teachers

    During the week of June 22, 33 middle and high school school math and science teachers from the Baltimore area were in Huntsville, Al., participating in the Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy program. These teachers applied for and were awarded...
  • No bail for teenager in Harris killing

    The 16-year-old boy sat quietly in the Central Booking courtroom yesterday, surrounded by young adults and middle-aged men, his standard-issue gray sweat shirt and khaki pants covered in writing, the kind of doodles someone his age might scrawl on a...