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  • Marchionda's on Harford Road is a new Italian winner

    Marchionda's on Harford Road is a new Italian winner
    We had a good old time at Marchionda's, an accomplished but unassuming Italian restaurant that might coax city diners farther up Harford Road than they've been in a long time. Marchionda's opened in late July, in the rowhouse space that was for so...
  • Quietly, Verde has found a following in Canton

    The husband-and-wife team behind Verde concede they were somewhat reticent about publicizing Verde, at least at first. When they opened their approachable chic trattoria last September, in the old Birches space on Montford Street, Ed Bosco and Marianne...
  • Antonio Gatto Lodge holds annual Columbus Day Mass

    The Antonio Gatto Lodge of the Sons of Italy is holding its annual Columbus Day Mass, Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mary of the Mills Church, 114 St. Mary's Place. Mass will be celebrated in Italian and the music provided by the Lodge's choir....
  • Here's Bottega, a 15-seat restaurant in Charles North

    Here's Bottega, a 15-seat restaurant in Charles North
    Bottega, a just-opened restaurant in Charles North, is not one of your bigger restaurants. "We know that we are tiny," is how owner Adrien Aeschliman describes the new BYOB. He said his goal with Bottega was to create "a place I would want next door...
  • Salt owner to open bar in Locust Point

    Jason Ambrose, the co-owner and founding chef of Salt, has agreed to purchase a tavern on Haubert Street in Locust Point. "It won't be anything restaurant-y like Salt," Ambrose said. "It will be a 'bar with food.' " There isn't enough room inside the...
  • The new old Marconi's salad at Capital Grille doesn't disappoint

    The new old Marconi's salad at Capital Grille doesn't disappoint
    Peggy Thalheimer remembers the first time she went to Maison Marconi's. It was 1973, and she had just moved to Charm City. "My husband told me he was going to take me to the best restaurant in Baltimore," said Thalheimer, who acknowledged that the...
  • Shroud of Turin speaker to unfurl relic's mysterious past

    Shroud of Turin speaker to unfurl relic's mysterious past
    He was one of the most important figures of his day, a man who was tortured to death at the hands of his enemies. Yet no fingerprints were taken, no body was ever found, and the deed took place long before crime fighters had access to DNA profiling. It's...
  • Graw Days are coming to HdG Saturday

    It's Graw Days, dear readers, On Saturday in downtown Havre de Grace. The sixth Graw Days Festival sponsored by Havre de Grace Main Street Inc. will run 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. as a day-long family fun event celebrating the historic period in the city when...
  • The Shops at Canton Crossing opens Tuesday

    The Shops at Canton Crossing opens Tuesday
    The Shops at Canton Crossing, a sprawling $105 million shopping center on Boston Street in Canton, has been years in the making. In preparation for its official opening Tuesday afternoon, landscape crews planted trees Monday along pathways dotted with...
  • Stanley J. Andrzejewski Sr.

    Stanley J. Andrzejewski Sr.
    Stanley J. Andrzejewski Sr., a retired electronics engineer who survived the nearly ill-fated assault on Italy's Mount Belvedere during World War II, died Thursday of respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 88. The son of a...
  • Gubernatorial candidates Craig, Gansler meet up at Aldo's

    Gubernatorial candidates Craig, Gansler meet up at Aldo's
    Maybe we wouldn't be dealing with a government shutdown if Sergio Vitale owned a restaurant in Washington. A Democrat and Republican gubernatorial candidate chatted amicably at Vitale's Little Italy Restaurant Monday evening before retreating to private...
  • Crabs and spaghetti in Crabtown

    Crabs and spaghetti in Crabtown
    My parents grew up about a mile-and-a-half and a cultural universe away from one another in Depression-era southeast Baltimore. Dad was a paperboy in a largely Italian and German section of Highlandtown long ago called "the Hill" and now known as...