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Dining@LargeCharm City Food Tours has started offering tours in Fells Point, taking groups around for 3 1/2 hours of walking and eating. Owned by a group that gives food tours in Washington, the Baltimore operation began about a month ago.......
Dining@LargeThe Food Network is pitting two Baltimore crab cakes against each other. Here's how one of the contenders announced the news: "The Food Network's 'Food Feuds' show is coming to Baltimore this week, along with host Chef Michael Symon, and......
Dining@LargeI've lost weight just reading Robert of Cross Key's Free Market Friday guest post. EL This week the wife takes me to Ruth’s Chris in Pikesville. The last time she took me here was when we were shopping for engagement......
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......
Dining@LargeRemember that nice family from Kansas looking for a casual seafood place where they could eat during their spring-break visit to Baltimore?Well, they took the advice of some Dining@Large posters and went to -- drumroll, please -- Lexington Market.I know.....
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Hot Dogs, Coney Island, Seafood, Coconut
Dining@LargeI was still a little bleary-eyed this morning when I read Robert of Cross Keys' Free Market Friday post. I thought his headline was, "Tragedies and transvestites on Washington Boulevard." I wasn't sure what to expect! Here's RoCK. LV......
Sun reportersThere's a new narcotic on the street in Baltimore and other communities - and taxpayers helped put it there. The hexagonal orange pills some users call "bupe" are championed as an exceptional treatment for heroin and pain-pill addicts. Federal...
Special to baltimoresun.comHairdos that mirror beehives, cars that drip with unfamiliar ornaments and books that came off the shelves years ago. It's time for Baltimoreans to tuck away their winter clothes and welcome the warm weather, and there's no better way to celebrate the...
Tags: Mining, Children, Equestrian, Death, Maryland State Fair
Her bold canvases made her a bright star in the 1950s New York art world, but she "sank from view faster than the Titanic" when she moved to Baltimore, The New York Times said. Grace Hartigan, who ultimately found a second career offering her wisdom...
Tucked behind busy West Baltimore intersections lies a tiny neighborhood where one home caught the public eye this spring. That's because the homeowner offered his broad, flat front yard as the Baltimore site of "Edible Estates," the project that...
Just about every restaurant in the region has a crab cake these days -- not so shocking since it's a Maryland specialty. But if you are overwhelmed by the number of possibilities, or tired of eating the same old standby again and again, The Sun's food...
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