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Dining@LargeThe National Aquarium kicks off its latest sustainable seafood dining series next week with an appearance by former "Top Chef" contestant and Prime Steakhouse owner Timothy Dean.The full menu isn't available yet, but the entree will be mussels. The event,...
Tags: Mussels, Dining and Drinking, Restaurants
Dining@LargeI hear that His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan ate at Miss Shirley's in the Inner Harbor yesterday. I haven't been able to get any details on just what he ate yet. I suppose he was just passing through......
Reality CheckThe National Aquarium's third sustainable seafood dining series kicks off this spring, and this time, the series features three local chefs who have appeared on Bravo's Top Chef.The series kicks off March 23 with an appearance by Jesse Sandlin, who......
Reality CheckHere's Kathryn on tonight's Bachelor: On the Wings of Love ...The women and Jake arrive in San Francisco. I went to SF once. I was visiting a friend who was attending Berkeley at the time and he took me into......
Tags: Romance (genre), Forests, Comedy (genre), San Francisco, Panama
Dining@LargeBaltimore's National Aquarium holds a series of fish dinners next month, and I'll confess there's something about that idea that cracks me up. Come admire the fish, then eat them.Only sustainable seafood will be on the plates, so in that......
Dining@LargeFormer "Top Chef" contestant Jesse Sandlin cooked up some Marvesta shrimp the other night as part of the National Aquarium's sustainable seafood dining series.Sandlin showed off her culinary skills -- and then some.That's according to Downtown Diane, a...
I stepped into his City Hall office to ask William Donald Schaefer, the mayor of Baltimore, a question. He was watering his African violets and did not appear to be soothed by that labor of love. In fact, he was upset about the reason for my visit —...
Sun StaffState Sen. E.J. Pipkin made millions of dollars as a junk-bond trader in New York before cashing in and returning to Maryland and a spacious home in Queen Anne's County. But not all of his money came back with him. Some of it is planted in a small...
Eric Schwaab, a native Baltimorean who's spent the last three years in the federal government overseeing fisheries and coastal conservation efforts, is returning home to take a new post at the National Aquarium. Schwaab, 52, currently an acting...
Baltimore Sun Media GroupA pair of racing aficionados from Saratoga Springs, N.Y., spent Saturday watching the early races at Pimlico, then they put their observations to use to score a massive payday in the Preakness. Joe Cavallo, 26, and Stephanie Rafferty, 21, hit the Pick 4...
Tags: Preakness Stakes, Equestrian, Lotteries, Kentucky Derby, Springs
'Divine Trash' Steve Yeager's winning documentary on John Waters could be the start of something bigWhile John Waters filmed "Pink Flamingos" a quarter century ago, Steve Yeager, another young moviemaker, filmed him filming "Pink Flamingos." We know what happened to Waters' footage. After its general release in 1973, "Pink Flamingos" became one the...
The vacant rowhouse at 825 N. Caroline St. has long been an open-and-shut case for the city. Opened up by somebody — vandals, junkies, homeless people, whoever — and then shut by public works crews. Then opened up again. It was inside this...
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