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  • Calvert School headmaster to depart after school year

    The headmaster of the Calvert School in North Baltimore will depart at the end of the coming academic year for a new position at a school in Houston, school officials announced Wednesday. Andrew Martire has been headmaster of the Calvert School,...
  • Tuscany-Canterbury wants speed bumps more than a roundabout

    Tuscany-Canterbury residents Thursday asked the city for traffic-calming measures, including speed bumps along West 39th Street in both directions. But some residents at a public meeting criticized a traffic-calming roundabout, already planned at 39th...
  • Baltimore Shakespeare Factory holds summer camp for kids

    Baltimore Shakespeare Factory holds summer camp for kids
    "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears," said Mark Antony, standing over the prone body of Julius Caesar. "I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him." At which point, Caesar jumped up from the grass in The Meadow at Evergreen Museum and Library....
  • Homebuilder pays almost $20 million for Anne Arundel Co. land

    A national homebuilder paid almost $20 million for land in two Anne Arundel County locations that are both approved for development, a local land brokerage said Monday. The Annapolis-based Hogan Cos. said it represented builder D.R. Horton in the...
  • Gardener of the Week: Aug. 23

    Gardener of the Week: Aug. 23
    Debbie Reichlin considers herself a lucky gardener. Three years ago she and her husband, Doug, were looking to move back to Baltimore after being away for more than 26 years. They decided they wanted to buy a house in the city. Having lived on the typical...
  • Hidden treasure nestled near Hopkins campus

    Like the name, the neighborhood of Tuscany- Canterbury offers two parts. One is familiar, with well-known restaurants, busy streets and towering apartments and condominiums. The other is a tucked-away, lesser-known enclave of stylish homes, winding...
  • I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore

     
    I'm tired of groveling.Something snapped in me today when a reader e-mailed me complaining that I said Brasserie Tatin was in Homewood instead of Tuscany-Canterbury. (My thinking was that very few people outside the neighborhood know where Tuscany-...
  • La Famiglia: A taste of Little Italy outside the neighborhood

    La Famiglia: A taste of Little Italy outside the neighborhood
    Can a restaurant be a neighborhood place and also a fine-dining establishment? La Famiglia, the restaurant that replaced Brasserie Tatin, is trying to be both, as many upscale eating places in this economy are. For the most part, it succeeds. It succeeds...
  • Promenade, Linkwood work continues

    This week, Watchdog brings you updates on some lingering problems. UPDATE The weather is warmer, so more people will be headed to the Harbor Promenade, the walking and jogging path along the water between Canton and Federal Hill. But the lights that...
  • A road reopens in Baltimore, but Catonsville signs take a fall

    A road reopens in Baltimore, but Catonsville signs take a fall
    This week, Watchdog brings you updates on some previously unresolved issues. Update: It happened a little too early to call it a Christmas gift, but Linkwood Road in Baltimore's Tuscany- Canterbury neighborhood had been reopened to traffic as of early...
  • Watchdog: Linkwood remains closed

    This week we update you on an issue previously covered in Watchdog. Update: Yes, Linkwood Road in Baltimore is still closed at its southern end. And it will remain closed until at least the end of the year. The street, which connects University...
  • Queen urges resolve in face of terror as Britain remembers

    LONDON - Londoners flocked to churches yesterday to grieve and to pray for the victims in last week's transit bombings as thousands prepared to return to work and the city center today for the first time since the attacks. Far below ground, rescue...