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Bar review: After 'Bar Rescue,' Murphy's Law needs rescuing. Again.

Bar review: After 'Bar Rescue,' Murphy's Law needs rescuing. Again.

In February, Spike TV announced "Bar Rescue," a design makeover show, would take up the cause of J.A. Murphy's in Fells Point. The show was coming at the request of owners Keith Murphy and Joel Gallant. Theirs was one of more than 200 bars to apply for a guest spot on the show, the network said.

Two months later, a new J.A. Murphy's, now dubbed a cliched Murphy's Law, quietly reopened. You could be forgiven for not knowing about it. While the bar got a new draft system and upgraded look, it seems the show's producers — or the owners — forgot to fix some things.

The phone line, for one. I called for several days, and no one picked up. The bar's sign is...

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