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  • Greektown: the other Little Italy

    Other Reviewer Richard reviewed the Acropolis in today's paper, and within the review he discusses the restaurant as part of Greektown and says what role he sees the other restaurants there having. I don't think of Greektown as a neighborhood......
  • Milkshakes, delivered

    Mr. Magoo Pizza in Greektown seems to be doing a brisk delivery business -- in milkshakes.And Baltimore doctors, nurses and other hospital staffers seem to be the ones mostly slurping them down.A Magoo driver delivered five shakes to Mercy hospital......
  • Family, church, commerce at heart of area

    The Southeast Baltimore neighborhood known as Greektown was settled during the early 20th century by mostly working-class European immigrants. In the 1950s, the Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church was established in the area, drawing many Greek families...
  • Firefighter recruit dies

    A 29-year-old recruit with the city Fire Department died during a training exercise yesterday as she tried to extinguish a blaze set by instructors in a vacant rowhouse in Southwest Baltimore, according to fire officials. Racheal Wilson, mother of an 11-...
  • Fest planner: Aug. 22-24

    Fest planner: Aug. 22-24
    This is your final weekend before Labor Day, and you have plenty of opportunities to make it count. Take your pick of nine festivals focused on food, art, music and fashion in neighborhoods from the South Loop to Logan Square. Hungry? Head directly to...
  • Judge rejects bond for ex-government mole: 'He's absolutely impossible to trust"

    Judge rejects bond for ex-government mole: 'He's absolutely impossible to trust"
    A federal judge today refused to release Chicago real estate developer John Thomas on bail so he can repair and then help sell the Riverdale marina project he was convicted of looting, saying he found it "absolutely impossible to trust" that the serial...
  • Chicago's European cafes, bakeries delight

    Chicago's European cafes, bakeries delight
    Chicago bakeries and pastry shops with cafes where people can enjoy house-made baked goods and desserts are often labeled European but, by now they are an integral part of the American dining landscape. They reflect the contemporary lifestyle of those...
  • Leon Marinakos, engineer lectured on Greek history, 1924-2014

     Leon Marinakos, engineer lectured on Greek history, 1924-2014
    Leon Marinakos combined an interest in Greek history with skills as a photographer to put together scores of lectures on subjects ranging from the 1821 War of Greek Independence to intimate looks at modern-day Greece. "People who saw his slides...
  • Niche marketing at Bottlefork

    Niche marketing at Bottlefork
    What do you get when you put a four-star chef in a one-star concept? In the case of Bottlefork, you get a solid two stars. I thought chef/partner Kevin Hickey (who pulled down four stars as chef at the late Ritz-Carlton Dining Room) was crazy for...