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The Baltimore SunAfter complaints from several people, Cafe Hon removed a picture early Thursday morning of one of its staff members in blackface for Halloween. The Hampden restaurant had posted the photo on its Facebook page. It showed an employee, in blackface,...
A Taste of Hampden, a fundraiser for the Hampden Family Center on The Avenue, was a rare night out for one couple. They don't get out much, because they have children, said local merchant Susannah Siger, who met them in a sellout crowd of 250 at the...
The Food Market has been well-received since the Hampden restaurant opened on The Avenue in June. Now, chef and co-owner Chad Gauss and his business partner, Elan Kotz, are giving back to the community, as one of 20 restaurants participating in A Taste of...
A new race slated to make its debut at Hampdenfest gives new meaning to the phrase "hurry up and wait." That's exactly what waiters at area restaurants will be doing in the Baltimore Inter-Restaurant Battle, as they compete for the grand prize, a $100...
Summer is all but officially over. Fall is all but officially here. That means stuff is happening. Let's get right to it, shall we? There's nothing bigger happening than Hampdenfest 2012, which takes place Saturday, Sept. 8, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., on...
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What would a restaurant best known for its hamburgers do with 70 pounds of Old Bay, a seasoning long associated with crabmeat and other seafood? "Not order Old Bay for awhile," said Sebastian Trossbach, executive chef of Alonso's and Loco Hombre...
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Hey, Hampden, it's HonFest time again! It's that time of year when 36th Street between Falls Road and Chestnut Avenue is closed to traffic for two days as tens of thousands of folks from nearby neighborhoods and counties and as far away as Canada and the...
It's been seven months since Cafe Hon owner Denise Whiting publicly dropped her controversial trademark of the word "hon." Chef Gordon Ramsay and the rest of the "Kitchen Nightmares" crew were even in town last week for a follow-up to the original Cafe...
The Baltimore SunIn the end, Baltimore's Funniest Celebrity became more of an endurance test than a flexing of comedic muscle. Maryland's former Lt. Gov. Michael Steele, the last celebrity to take the stage, might have won over what remained of the crowd when he joked...
The Baltimore SunAfter celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay and his show "Kitchen Nightmares"visited Cafe Hon last year, Denise Whiting agreed to kill her trademark of the word "Hon." She did as she said. And yet, mention of the trademark appears in literature for this year's...
It's been a cathartic 12 months for Denise Whiting. She gave up her frowned-upon 'Hon' trademark, and apologized publicly for thinking that she could own a common term of endearment. She cried on national television, as the celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay,...
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