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  • Fresh perspective on Little Italy

    Bravo, Dan Rodricks, for your column supporting Little Italy ("Little Italy, keep your eye on the meatball," Aug. 25). Loved the meatball as a metaphor for hope. The column poses many interesting questions for the area. What will make Little Italy...
  • Grand Prix impact felt beyond racetrack

    Grand Prix impact felt beyond racetrack
    The whine of Grand Prix's race cars carried across the Inner Harbor this weekend as Roland Keh stood on the steps of his Little Italy restaurant, surveying a deserted street. "As you can see, not a normal Saturday," said Keh, co-owner of Amiccis. "The...
  • Race fans, and vendors, take to the streets for Grand Prix of Baltimore

    Race fans, and vendors, take to the streets for Grand Prix of Baltimore
    As excited kids clung to fences and people packed grandstands to catch glimpses of IndyCars blurring around the streets of Baltimore, other Grand Prix of Baltimore attendees could be found in unlikely places Sunday. Indoors. Exhausted, they were...
  • Christopher Wright, teacher

    Christopher Wright, teacher
    Christopher Adam Wright, a teacher and former restaurant worker, died of an aneurysm Aug. 27 in Bogota, Colombia, where he was working as an English teacher. The former Mount Vernon resident was 40. Born in Towson, he was the son of John T. Wright, a...
  • Grand Prix causes a grand hassle

    Grand Prix causes a grand hassle
    My wife and I volunteer at the National Aquarium on Saturday afternoons. This week we left at 11 a.m. ,and the trip from Columbia to the Inner Harbor took almost an hour in contrast to the usual 25 to 30 minutes ("Grand Prix impact felt beyond racetrack,"...
  • Ozra, a shimmering gem of a restaurant, opens in Little Italy

    Ozra, a shimmering gem of a restaurant, opens in Little Italy
    Ozra, a promising new Persian-Mediterranean restaurant, opened quietly in Little Italy back in early July. It's co-owned by Reza Holland and Mahrdad "Max" Tabasi, who have invested a lot of time, thought and, from the looks of things, money in their...
  • Hersh's, more than pizza, is a south-side destination

    Hersh's, more than pizza, is a south-side destination
    Hersh's Pizza & Drinks is the modest and unassuming name Josh and Stephanie Hershkovitz, brother and sister, gave to their Riverside neighborhood restaurant. And yes, the restaurant serves pizza — wonderful and surprising wood-fired Neapolitan...
  • Small twists on classic cuisine at By Degrees Cafe

    Small twists on classic cuisine at By Degrees Cafe
    Omar Semidey likes to cook, and he also likes to think. At his new Harbor East/Little Italy restaurant, By Degrees Cafe, both talents are on display. Before moving to Baltimore three and a half years ago, Semidey, a New York native, attended the...
  • Little Italy: perfect Baltimore [Commentary]

    Little Italy: perfect Baltimore [Commentary]
    Over the past several months, Little Italy has been in the news quite a bit. Most of the items, it seems, have been related to incidents of crime, including a violent beating and robbing of a restaurant employee. Other items have been written on opinion...
  • A vintage vacation for Tom Noonan, CEO of Visit Baltimore

    A vintage vacation for Tom Noonan, CEO of Visit Baltimore
    There isn't much that goes on in Baltimore that doesn't include Tom Noonan. The president and CEO of Visit Baltimore is responsible for promoting the region and all of its venues as a destination for conventions, meetings, leisure travelers, day-trippers,...
  • Hats off to Little Italy [Letter]

    Hats off to Little Italy [Letter]
    I'd like to take my hat off to Ray Alcaraz for his commentary about Little Italy ("Little Italy: perfect Baltimore," Dec. 3). There is really no place like it. There is a love for St. Leo's Church like no other. The generations of families that have...
  • Our Lady of the Angels chapel a timeless beauty at 100

    Our Lady of the Angels chapel a timeless beauty at 100
    When Our Lady of the Angels Chapel was built and dedicated in the early 20th century, it was surrounded by the rolling hills and open countryside of a farm that served as a retreat for the members of the Catholic order of the Sulpician Fathers.  For...