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  • Fashion Week wraps up in New York City

    Fashion Week wraps up in New York City
    A winter storm left piles of snow and Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco stopped by Tommy Hilfiger's show, but the most dramatic thing about New York City this past week were Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week's first looks at fall 2013. Inside the walls of Lincoln...
  • MICA launches its own food truck

    MICA launches its own food truck
    The food truck trend has rolled onto the campus of the Maryland Institute College of Art. Set to debut sometime during the week of Oct. 15, the Artist’s Palate will ply the university's Bolton Hill campus, bringing students breakfast sandwiches,...
  • Millennial Media selling stock again, releases third-quarter guidance

    Millennial Media selling stock again, releases third-quarter guidance
    Millennial Media Inc., a Baltimore-based mobile advertising company, said Monday it intended to sell a million shares while stockholders planned to sell another nine million shares in a secondary stock offering. Millennial expects to raise $14.5 million...
  • A primer on landing one of Fort Meade's jobs

    Fort Meade's rapid growth in the past few years has made it the state's largest employer, but getting a foot in the door — or, rather, inside the guarded fence line — can be daunting. Many of the Army installation's 56,000 jobs require a...
  • Industry experts suggest what Legg Mason's new CEO must do

    Industry experts suggest what Legg Mason's new CEO must do
    After more than four months without a permanent leader, Legg Mason Inc.'s search for a new CEO might finally be near the end. It probably can't come soon enough for employees and investors who have lived through months of uncertainty. "The longer it...
  • Yellow Cab, MTA stock fleets with first vehicles built for wheelchair users

    Yellow Cab, MTA stock fleets with first vehicles built for wheelchair users
    Baltimore's oldest cab company and the Maryland Transit Administration are updating their fleets for wheelchair-using customers, replacing small buses and minivans with an SUV-like vehicle that provides a smoother, more civilized ride. The MV-1 is...
  • Rethinking the food vs. fuel debate

    Rethinking the food vs. fuel debate
    This year's drought, along with recent news reports of the lowest corn yield in 17 years, has rekindled the food vs. fuel debate — and, for good reasons. When Congress passed the Energy Independence and Security Act in 2007, an ambitious schedule...
  • Ravens hope to leave the hype of Monday night behind

    Ravens hope to leave the hype of Monday night behind
    The Ravens are the sudden darlings of the NFL after they pulverized the Cincinnati Bengals in a prime time setting on Monday night. But as they prepare for a Philadelphia Eagles team that barely edged the Cleveland Browns in their season opener, recent...
  • Midday reading from the blogs and beyond

     
    American Express introduces its new Plum Card. I had a great plum tart recently at Level n Annapolis, which is the subject of my Sunday review. Pictured here is Level's pretty pickled vegetable appetizer at Oyster sliders - the next......
  • RETIRE YOUR RAKE. AND YOUR SNOW SHOVEL!

    RETIRE YOUR RAKE. AND YOUR SNOW SHOVEL!
    ADVERTORIAL CONTENT Labor Day is here marking the “official” end of summer. White pants are out and flannel shirts are around the corner. And so are all the leaves that will be falling, falling, falling. Beautiful to look at but tiresome to...
  • Table Talk: Baltimore restaurant numbers holding steady

    Table Talk: Baltimore restaurant numbers holding steady
    August is historically a slow month for restaurants — that's why you see so many restaurant-week dining promotions scheduled for this month. August is also a slow month for food journalists, which is why you see so many restaurant-industry trend...
  • Around the Web: Advice to occupiers, daytime bars, zombies, serenity in the city

    Around the Web: Advice to occupiers, daytime bars, zombies, serenity in the city
    -------------------- Around the Web is a weekday roundup of posts by Sun community network members and other Baltimore area bloggers and websites. To suggest a post, share it on our wall on Facebook, tweet a link to it using the #mdblogs hashtag or fill...