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  • In aftermath of Sandy, some stores, businesses reopen

    In aftermath of Sandy, some stores, businesses reopen
    As the Baltimore area deals with the loss of power and closed and flooded roads in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, some stores and businesses plan to reopen Tuesday but others remain closed. Harborplace & The Gallery mall at the Inner Harbor will stay...
  • In Sandy's wake, Baltimore-area restaurants preparing for Tuesday dinner service

    In Sandy's wake, Baltimore-area restaurants preparing for Tuesday dinner service
    Restaurant owners and management were scrambling to return to normal operations on Tuesday morning. A few places were already doing business in the early morning. Many full-scale restaurants were skipping lunch service, usually because of restrictions...
  • Longtime Rouse home is up for sale

    Longtime Rouse home is up for sale
    The longtime home of James and Patricia Rouse on the banks of Wilde Lake in Columbia, where the world-known affordable housing advocates danced together to tunes from a stereo next to their living room fireplace, is up for sale. It is the home's first...
  • In uncertain weather, restaurants take to Twitter

    In uncertain weather, restaurants take to Twitter
    Baltimore-area restaurants took to social media on Wednesday to announce weather-related specials, closings and promotions: Food trucks mostly kept off the road. They Gypsy Queen, Miss Shirley's, South Carolina BBQ, Iced Gems, Kommie Pigs and Wheyrich...
  • Police believe stabbing victim was downtown for parade

    Police believe stabbing victim was downtown for parade
    To Deontae Smith's mother, there was no question her son had been to the Super Bowl parade on Tuesday. And she's upset that Baltimore police didn't make the same connection sooner. Deontae was fatally stabbed outside a McDonald's restaurant at Howard and...
  • Mayor: Fatal stabbing after Ravens parade "grim reminder of a lot of work to do"

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said today that the fatal stabbing of a teenager after the downtown Ravens parade incident was a "grim reminder that there's a lot of work to do." "It’s a tragedy. Whether it happened during the parade, as a part...
  • Inner Harbor section of Light Street to close for weekend

    Inner Harbor section of Light Street to close for weekend
    A portion of Light Street near the Inner Harbor will close Friday night through the weekend as crews remove a pedestrian bridge over the street, the first of intermittent closures through the spring, officials said. The road will be closed between...
  • Inner Harbor site eyed for statue of ex-Mayor 'Du' Burns

    Inner Harbor site eyed for statue of ex-Mayor 'Du' Burns
    Three years after an Inner Harbor statue of William Donald Schaefer was unveiled, admirers of the city's first African-American mayor want to erect a statue of him nearby. A nonprofit foundation created to honor the late Clarence "Du" Burns, who...
  • Apple Maps goof-ups can be found in Baltimore too

    Apple Maps goof-ups can be found in Baltimore too
    So it's an established fact that Apple's new Maps App is a epic fail. With missing cities, "melted" bridges and dams and even a duplicated island in Asia, Apple's maps roll out has been anything but smooth. But what about maps for the Baltimore area? I...
  • Harborplace: Safe but boring

    Harborplace: Safe but boring
    If you haven't been to Harborplace lately, stop by. It's had some work done. And like many facelifts, the beauty of this one surely depends on the eye of the beholder. Suburban mall rats will feel right at home. The Light Street pavilion features chain...
  • Senator Theatre sale, for $500,000, to be approved Wednesday

    Senator Theatre sale, for $500,000, to be approved Wednesday
    Baltimore’s Board of Estimates is expected to approve the sale of the Senator Theatre to its current operators Wednesday for $500,000. Senator Theatre LLC, a company controlled by James “Buzz” Cusack and his daughter, Kathleen Lyon, has...
  • Occupy Baltimore seeks new goals after eviction

    Occupy Baltimore seeks new goals after eviction
    Downtown businesses — and even some Occupy Baltimore activists themselves — breathed a sigh of relief Tuesday that city officials cleared the encampment that the group had set up near the Inner Harbor as part of a national protest against...