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  • Weekend food events in Baltimore: A food truck rally and the bonkers farmers' market

    Weekend food events in Baltimore: A food truck rally and the bonkers farmers' market
    Sofi's Crepes in Belvedere Square celebrates its grand opening on Friday with live music and celebrity crepe-makers. At 6:30, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Woodberry Kitchen's Spike Gjerde are scheduled to compete in a crepe-making cook-off. The...
  • Small Business Saturday

    My Small Business Saturday got off to an early start on Wednesday.    At noon I picked up our Thanksgiving pumpkin pies and snowflake rolls at the re-located Roland Park Bakery and Deli. No longer at the back of the historic Roland Avenue shopping center,...
  • Best Week Ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more

    Best Week Ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more
    What's happening in town 12/12-12/18. You know, when you're not shopping.  MOVIES OPENING (Friday; subject to change) Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol Shame Sherlock...
  • Veterinary practice opens opposite Senator Theatre

    Veterinary practice opens opposite Senator Theatre
    "Somewhere over the rainbow," sang Tinker Bell, a double yellow-headed Amazon parrot, during an open house at the new Belvedere Veterinary Center on Saturday. The state-of-the-art animal hospital opened Dec. 8 in the old Saigon Remembered restaurant at...
  • New owners ready to take over Ivy Bookshop

    New owners ready to take over Ivy Bookshop
    Don't call the Ivy Bookshop's new owners New Yorkers. Sure, Ed Berlin and his wife Ann have lived in the orbit of Manhattan for more than three decades, working in corporate careers. But they insist they love Baltimore — Ed was raised in Forest...
  • Hedy Hill, stockbroker

    Hedy Hill, stockbroker
    Hedy Hill, a stockbroker who led a successful effort to save the Woman's Industrial Exchange in the late 1990s, died of complications from an infection Sunday at Manor Care Ruxton. The Timonium resident was 69. Born Margaret Hedy van Reuth in Baltimore...
  • More than 257,000 still without power in extreme heat

    More than 257,000 still without power in extreme heat
    BGE officials continued to scramble Sunday to restore power to nearly more than 257,000 customers as the area suffered with temperatures near 100 degrees for a third day and braced for a chaotic Monday-morning commute. After the state was rocked Friday...
  • Business up and down depending on whether power is on

    The deadly storm that roared through the Baltimore region Friday night blew customers in the doors of some businesses and money off the counter of others. Gas stations that had electricity to operate their pumps, pet-friendly hotel chains such as...
  • Tax credit to speed Senator Theatre renovations

    Tax credit to speed Senator Theatre renovations
    If James "Buzz" Cusack and his daughter, Kathleen Lyon, have their way, they'll be cutting ribbons by Christmas for a restored Senator Theatre that will preserve the original cinema and add three screens and a small restaurant. Gov. Martin O'Malley...
  • Which home decorating trends should you follow in 2012?

    Which home decorating trends should you follow in 2012?
    You may have collected your fair share of antler-inspired decor last fall. Or you might be thinking about finding a spot for that bold tangerine color of the year or even adding one of the woodland-themed pieces expected to be popular. Stop thinking...
  • Sparkling wine recommendations for any price range

    Sparkling wine recommendations for any price range
    Whether true or just a bit of wishful folklore, champagne was reportedly first cooked up by the French Benedictine monk Pierre Perignon (c. 1638-1715). When Dom Perignon first tasted his concoction, he is reported to have said, "Come quickly, I am...
  • Senator Theatre still awaiting word on historic tax credits

    Senator Theatre still awaiting word on historic tax credits
    Operators of the Senator Theatre were waiting anxiously this week to hear whether they will be awarded state historic tax credits for their planned $3 million expansion and renovation of the landmark 1939 Art Deco cinema house. They did not make the...