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  • Restaurant review: Down-home delights at Sobo Cafe

    Restaurant review: Down-home delights at Sobo Cafe
    From the moment you sit down, certain restaurants instantly make you feel at ease. It's a quality we crave when we go out to eat, and it's easy to find at SoBo Cafe in Federal Hill. The atmosphere at this South Baltimore mainstay is raucous and alive...
  • Restaurant Review: Ikaros serves more than just comfort

    Restaurant Review: Ikaros serves more than just comfort
    The Kohilas family has been operating Ikaros at the same Greektown address since 1969. That's a very long run for any restaurant, especially a family-owned and -operated establishment. Ikaros is truly beloved by its patrons, who loudly sing the praises of...
  • Some dogs need to be put down

    The family who owned Blue, the dog that bit the elderly lady in Greektown, made a tough decision — but the right one — by requesting that Blue be euthanized. ("Pit Bull attack upsets neighborhood," June 8.) The Michael Vick story proved...
  • Greektown pit bull attack: Here's what PETA says about pit bulls

    Please allow me to clarify People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' position on pit bulls in light of Sal Grifasi's letter to the editor ("When pit bulls have more rights than humans," June 12). PETA supports measures that protect both pit bulls...
  • Pit bulls can be loveable, too

    I am 14 years and just finishing the 8th grade at Parkville Middle School. I am also a Boy Scout and in the process of earning my Communications Merit Badge. As part of the requirements for this badge, I have to submit a editorial or comment to a local...
  • Mayor to unveil new City Council map

    For months now, members of the Baltimore City Council have been telling Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake what they'd like to see when she draws new boundaries for their districts. Staffers say the redistricting plan she is scheduled to unveil Monday...
  • Georgia Gould back out front among U.S. mountain bikers

    Georgia Gould back out front among U.S. mountain bikers
    If you knew what actually happened to Georgia Gould in 2008 as she regained consciousness on a stretcher in California, IV sticking into her arm, your first question might be a lot like Georgia's. What happened? She knew she'd blacked out on the...
  • Baltimore Greek Week returning in March

    Baltimore Greek Week returning in March
    Baltimore Greek Week is coming back. The second annual celebration of Greek history, culture and food is scheduled to run from March 18-25. This year's theme is "The Mediterranean Diet: A Greek Journey Through Food." Throughout the eight day event,...
  • Police search for bank robber

    Police search for bank robber
    Baltimore police are seeking help identifying a man who on March 15 robbed a Wells Fargo Bank in the 4800 block of Eastern Ave., near Greektown and just west of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Police said the man handed a teller a note implying...
  • Baltimore's Greek Orthodox faithful unite for Easter celebration

    Baltimore's Greek Orthodox faithful unite for Easter celebration
    Inside Baltimore's St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church early Saturday, the Rev. Michael Pastrikos stood on the dais and chanted prayers before an ornate altar adorned with icons of holy figures. The smell of spiced incense filled the dimly lit sanctuary...
  • Thomas Joseph Lopresti, longtime Towson barber

    Thomas Joseph Lopresti, longtime Towson barber
    Thomas Joseph Lopresti, a longtime Towson barber and volunteer at Our Daily Bread, died April 12 of leukemia at Mercy Medical Center. The Timonium resident was 72. He was raised in East Baltimore, the son of Italian immigrants Carmello and Innocenta...
  • Baltimore firm develops automatic rifle for military, SWAT

    Baltimore firm develops automatic rifle for military, SWAT
    The Army's next-generation carbine may come out of a Highlandtown machine shop best known for making high-volume bottling equipment for major drink makers. Adcor Industries Inc. learned this month that it was among a handful of weapons makers selected to...