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  • PTA's Tiger Madness is school fundraiser [West Friendship]

    West Friendship Elementary PTA Tiger Madness Chairperson Lisa Spitulnik recalls worrying the school might close. "In the beginning of the year we were focused on the closing, but now we are only looking towards positive things for our great school,"...
  • With Tavern Room, Fleet Street Kitchen opens more casual side

    With Tavern Room, Fleet Street Kitchen opens more casual side
    At some point after it opened in the fall of 2012, Harbor East's Fleet Street Kitchen realized its necktie was pulled a bit too tight. The stylish farm-to-table restaurant with the four-course tasting menu had earned a flattering reputation for its food,...
  • Conrad's Seafood still finding its footing in Perry Hall

    Conrad's Seafood still finding its footing in Perry Hall
    The Conrad's seafood empire is expanding, and it's taken restaurant form. Conrad's Seafood Restaurant is the newest member of the Conrad's seafood family of businesses, which includes a popular seafood store in Parkville, a crab deck at Ripken Stadium...
  • Edward D. Hewitt, Sun editor

    Edward D. Hewitt, Sun editor
    Edward D. Hewitt, a longtime Evening Sun and Baltimore Sun editor who was an inveterate runner and hiker, died Sunday of an apparent heart attack as he was about to ascend Mount Rogers in Independence, Va. The longtime Parkville resident was 70. "Ed was...
  • Kooper's to open third restaurant in Jacksonville

    Kooper's to open third restaurant in Jacksonville
    The owners of Kooper's Tavern will open a third restaurant this spring in Jacksonville, in Baltimore County.  Kooper's Jacksonville is scheduled to open in early June after renovations, including the construction of an outdoor bluestone patio, to the...
  • Tonight, scream for ice cream at Shoo-Fly

    Tonight, scream for ice cream at Shoo-Fly
    Another week, another restaurant takeover. These takeovers, pop-ups and collaborations are getting to be a regular thing. We love them. This time, the chef on the road is David Alima, co-owner and "master creamer" at The Charmery, Hampden's home of...
  • Long-promised community school comes to fruition

    Long-promised community school comes to fruition
    More than a decade before thousands rallied outside the State House in Annapolis for adequate school facilities for the city's children, several dozen residents met in a school lunchroom in Northeast Baltimore to lay the groundwork for building just one...
  • In restaurant business, sometimes you have to eat it

    In restaurant business, sometimes you have to eat it
    A friend who owns Germano's Piattini once told me of a young fellow who ordered a $55 bottle of wine, took one sip, scrunched his nose and announced in a loud voice, "This wine has turned." The fellow was maybe two years past senior prom, and he...
  • Cunningham's Cafe and Bakery now open in Towson

    Cunningham's Cafe and Bakery now open in Towson
    The latest from the Bagby Restaurant Group, Cunningham's Cafe & Bakery opened today in the Towson City Center, the same building where the dinner-only restaurant Cunningham's opened last fall. The new eatery is open for breakfast and lunch and features...
  • Good times and good food at Lib's Grill in Perry Hall

    Good times and good food at Lib's Grill in Perry Hall
    The Liberatore family is on a roll. Well known in the northern Baltimore suburbs for their eponymous Italian restaurants, the Liberatore family is branching out. Lib's Grill in Perry Hall, the family's seventh restaurant, ditches the Italian in favor of...
  • Bills supported by brewers association suffer setbacks

    Bills supported by brewers association suffer setbacks
    One bill sought by the Brewers Association of Maryland was killed in a Senate committee this week, while another was approved only after being sharply cut back. Some of the breweries most active in seeking the legislation came out losers. The panel...
  • House votes to raise Maryland's minimum wage

    House votes to raise Maryland's minimum wage
    The House of Delegates voted Friday to raise Maryland's minimum wage to $10.10 an hour over the next three years, setting up a potential fight over whether to guarantee future increases by tying the rate to inflation. Delegates voted 89-46 for the...