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Lexington Market

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  • Many share blame for Lexington Market woes [Letter]

    Many share blame for Lexington Market woes [Letter]
    In reference to "Market malaise" (March 9), I fault the city government, the police department and all mayors past and present for the monstrosity that is World Famous Lexington Market. If reporter Scott Calvert can tell the public the story of the...
  • Sun's Lexington Market coverage is one-sided [Letter]

    Sun's Lexington Market coverage is one-sided [Letter]
    The Sun's coverage of Lexington Market has been one-sided and, in my opinion, borders on being racist ("Baltimore, merchants seek relief for a beleaguered Lexington Market," March 8). I am a teacher at Polytechnic Institute. Every year for more than...
  • Why is Lexington Market not cared for like the Inner Harbor? [Letter]

    Why is Lexington Market not cared for like the Inner Harbor? [Letter]
    Thank you for publishing Lola J. Massey's letter to the editor in Thursday's Sun ("Many share blame for Lexington Market's woes," March 13). Ms. Massey said it all and said it very well. Please do the citizens of Maryland who would like to use the...
  • Annapolis makes it onto the big screen in 'Better Living Through Chemistry'

    Annapolis makes it onto the big screen in 'Better Living Through Chemistry'
    Filmmakers David Posamentier and Geoff Moore knew Annapolis was the perfect place to make their movie when someone heaved a trash can through a plate-glass window — and no one made a peep. The someone was actor Sam Rockwell, who stars in "Better...
  • Baltimore Police look to Chicago for crime-fighting insight

    Baltimore Police look to Chicago for crime-fighting insight
    Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts and other top members of the agency have visited counterparts in Chicago to observe their crime-fighting strategy, the latest in a series of efforts to adopt law enforcement practices around the country....
  • Officials hope west side properties will get another look

    Officials hope west side properties will get another look
    City and university officials are trying, again, to jumpstart development on the city’s west side. University of Maryland Baltimore plans to seek developers for almost a block of properties close to its campus, bounded by N. Eutaw, Fayette, Paca...
  • Circus elephants visit Lexington Market

    Circus elephants visit Lexington Market
    Elephants from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus visited a Baltimore staple Wednesday for a mid-circus snack. In town for performances at the Baltimore Arena since March 26 through April 6, the elephants visited the Lexington Market for a...
  • City taxpayers will pay — and pay and pay — for the Red Line [Letter]

    City taxpayers will pay — and pay and pay — for the Red Line [Letter]
    It's a fact politicians who support the Red Line don't want you to know. When all the money is counted — a maximum of $900 million from the Federal Government and $1.2 billion from the state of Maryland — the Red Line budget falls at least...
  • Council president unhappy with Baltimore police plan

    Council president unhappy with Baltimore police plan
    City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young said Monday night he wished the city had not paid consultants $285,000 for a crime-fighting plan that he described as "something we could've done in-house." Young was part of the city spending panel that...
  • A feast for city eyes [Commentary]

    A feast for city eyes [Commentary]
    I have city eyes. Apparently I was born with them. Whenever my parents and sisters exclaimed about the beauty of a beet plucked from our Connecticut garden, I would think, "Mmmm ... a beet ... cousin of the sugar beet, source of that white powder...
  • Social Security pulls out of downtown's West side

    Social Security pulls out of downtown's West side
    A move nearly 10 years in the making starts Monday as the Social Security Administration begins relocating 1,600 employees from a massive facility near Lexington Market to a new, trimmer facility uptown. They leave behind two blocks of empty buildings...
  • Banning foam cups: City Council members conclude the cost outweighs the benefits

    Banning foam cups: City Council members conclude the cost outweighs the benefits
    At the Woody's Taco Island food truck, customers get their marinated tilapia, Caribbean fried rice and jerk chicken chili in cardboard containers, which are environmentally friendly. But at Mueller's Delicatessen, a family establishment in Northeast...