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Grand Prix of Baltimore

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  • Restaurants revving up for Grand Prix of Baltimore

    Restaurants revving up for Grand Prix of Baltimore
    Grand Prix of Baltimore organizers are hoping that an early closing time and redesigned traffic patterns will help both race attendees and Baltimore residents connect with their favorite restaurants over Labor Day weekend. Little Italy is definitely...
  • Traffic: Debris in the road on I-83 near Padonia Road

    Traffic: Debris in the road on I-83 near Padonia Road
    As of 9 a.m. Wednesday, traffic was slow on I-83 northbound near Padonia Road, due to debris in the road. Accidents were slowing traffic on Hanover Pike and Old Hanover Road in Baltimore County and Ohio Street and Ontario Street in Harford County....
  • Baltimore isn't Le Mans

    As we approach the second annual Baltimore Grand Prix, people are, once again, either very upbeat or adamantly opposed to this event ("Grand Prix rolls toward a less disruptive race," Aug. 21). Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has apparently dropped all...
  • Traffic: Accident on Route 165 in Harford Co.

    Traffic: Accident on Route 165 in Harford Co.
    As of 7:30 a.m. Thursday, traffic was slow on Route 165 near Wheeler School Road in Harford County, due to an accident. A disabled vehicle was blocking traffic on northbound I-95 near Eastern Avenue. Main Street was closed in Ellicott City from Old...
  • Former Grand Prix group pays tax bill

    Former Grand Prix group pays tax bill
    The organizers of last year's Baltimore Grand Prix made their final payment on their overdue city tax bill this week, the state comptroller's office said Thursday. The payment comes as the city prepares for this year's three-day open-wheel racing...
  • Table Talk: Phillips Crab Deck opens in Annapolis

    Table Talk: Phillips Crab Deck opens in Annapolis
    Phillips Crab Deck is now open in Annapolis. The 140-seat terrace restaurant, which opened very quietly Aug. 16, marks the return of Phillips to Annapolis — in the same Dock Street location it left in 2009. It was replaced there by Hell Point...
  • IndyCar faces challenges as it continues to rebuild

    IndyCar faces challenges as it continues to rebuild
    When they sweep through the streets of Baltimore next weekend, driving some of the most powerful cars in the world at speeds that make their sport as dangerous as any, the IndyCar drivers will be mostly anonymous. Two veterans who have dominated the...
  • Lunch for $10 or Less: Krazi Kebob

    Lunch for $10 or Less: Krazi Kebob
    The Harborplace pavilions have been undergoing a well publicized renovation. The Gallery at Harborplace, the midrise mall across Pratt Street, has been spruced up, too. The Gallery's fourth-level food court has been restocked with stalls bearing...
  • Traffic: Accident on Route 26 at Klees Mill Road

    As of 9 a.m. Friday, traffic was slow on Route 26 at Klees Mills Road in Carroll County, due to an accident. Main Street was closed in Ellicott City from Old Columbia Pike to Westchester Road, due to cleanup from the CSX train derailment. The recommended...
  • Major sporting events bring traffic -- period

    How ironic that The Sun should publish another letter from a racing hater complaining about traffic problems on the same day that it ran a picture of the people fighting the traffic problems caused by last week's Ravens game ("Baltimore isn't Le Mans,"...
  • Grand Prix reveals Baltimore's big-time potential

    I had a blast attending the Baltimore Grand Prix with my son and his friend last year and I am looking forward to it again this year. But I don't believe the race should be viewed as having a negative impact on the city. That would be short-sighted. The...
  • Castroneves relates his 'Dancing' experience to IndyCar success

    Many years ago, longtime NASCAR crew chief Harry Hyde said a stock car is "like an egg. You have to handle it gently or it will break." Though at its heart it was true, it was a shocking statement. Who compares a stock car — a big, brute of a...