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  • Westminster's Restaurant Week begins Friday

    Westminster's Restaurant Week begins Friday
    If Westminster's third annual Restaurant Week goes as planned, city officials believe it will be "bigger and better" than ever. Missie Wilcox, a marketing consultant with the city, said Westminster is looking for a marked increase in attendance this...
  • Bel Air Chamber of Commerce surveys town residents [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, April 9, 1964: The Junior Chamber of Commerce of Bel Air distributed surveys to area residents 50 years ago this week. The results Were to be made available to all governmental, educational and civic...
  • Men's group's menu makes absence of meat easier to swallow [Column]

    The Church of the Ascension Men's Club dishes up Lenten Friday seafood feasts on April 4 and 11, 5-7 p.m., in Brewer Hall, 4601 Maple Ave. Fried fish, shrimp, oysters, stewed tomatoes, slaw, macaroni and cheese, dessert and hot drinks costs $10 for adults...
  • Hanging out in Haiti with Madison Smartt Bell

    Hanging out in Haiti with Madison Smartt Bell
    It's practically impossible for Americans to learn much about the country of Haiti without running into the works of Goucher College's creative writing professor and award-winning novelist Madison Smartt Bell. Along with a dozen or so published pieces,...
  • Ex-Terps player Billy Jones reflects on breaking ACC's color barrier in basketball

    Ex-Terps player Billy Jones reflects on breaking ACC's color barrier in basketball
    On occasion, Billy Jones' granddaughter reminds him of what he'd as soon forget. "Pop-Pop, you are old," Cleo Pounds will say. That's Jones' cue to dig out his scrapbooks, curl up on the sofa and regale the 8-year-old with sporting tales of yore —...
  • Maryland gears up for end of health care enrollment

    Maryland gears up for end of health care enrollment
    Monday marks the end of a six-month enrollment push for Maryland's troubled health exchange, and despite a surge in the past week, it is unclear whether the state can overcome technical problems that have persisted since the Oct. 1 debut and meet its...
  • New projects abound in Baltimore's challenging hotel market

    New projects abound in Baltimore's challenging hotel market
    The historic Lord Baltimore Hotel sits a block away from the Sheraton Baltimore City Center, but less than a week after the 1926 landmark celebrated a multimillion-dollar restoration, the owners of the aging Sheraton on Fayette Street warned of mass...
  • Ethel's Creole Kitchen opening Tuesday in Mount Washington

    Ethel's Creole Kitchen opening Tuesday in Mount Washington
    The Mount Washington restaurant formerly known as Ethel & Ramone's will reopen Tuesday as Ethel's Creole Kitchen, according to Edward M. Bloom, the restaurant's executive chef and co-owner. The restaurant closed for renovations last fall, months after...
  • At Bistro Blanc, new chef is off to an impressive start

    At Bistro Blanc, new chef is off to an impressive start
    What a nice dinner that was at Bistro Blanc. We enjoyed beautiful and well-constructed appetizers, perfectly cooked entrees and scrumptious desserts. And we just plain enjoyed ourselves at this wine-focused Glenelg restaurant. When Bistro Blanc opened...
  • More craft beer brews are on tap for Maryland

    More craft beer brews are on tap for Maryland
    Maryland's craft beer business is growing rapidly — at a rate of 35 percent a year — as consumers increasingly seek out independent brewers' new-style yet traditionally made beers. "There is just an amazing level of interest in craft beer,...
  • Group works to bring food cooperative to Catonsville

    Group works to bring food cooperative to Catonsville
    Organizers of the Catonsville Cooperative Market have a vision of doing more than just bringing natural and organic foods to its members. Toward that end, the organization will hold a do-it-yourself workshop Saturday, April 5, at Immanuel United...
  • More than 90 percent of Harford businesses pass new liquor compliance test

    Harford County liquor inspectors report 94 percent of 34 businesses that were checked as part of a March 22 sting operation refused to serve an underage criminal justice student from Harford Community College. Liquor board inspector Charles Robbins said...