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  • 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...
  • Kiefaber ordered to stay away from Senator, Charles

    Thomas A. Kiefaber was ordered Friday to stay away from the historic Senator Theatre he once owned, as well as the Charles Theatre, for six months. Baltimore District Judge Halee F. Weinstein signed the order after the new operator of the Senator Theatre...
  • Baltimore Best Bets

    Summer Sounds at the Square — at the Belvedere Square shopping center, York Road and Belvedere Avenue, contrinues its free weekly outdoor concert series with Mambo Combo, July 29, 6-9 p.m. Go to http://www.belvederesquare.com. Baltimore Clayworks...
  • Check your calendar

    Submit notices via email: messenger@patuxent.com; fax: 410-332-6336; or mail: Baltimore Messenger, 501 N. Calvert St., Third Floor, Baltimore, MD 21278. Include sponsor or host, date, time, address of event, contact name and phone number. Deadline is...
  • Staff displays art work at Frederick Road bakery

    Staff displays art work at Frederick Road bakery
    The perspectives of more than a half dozen artists have greeted customers of Atwater's who venture upstairs at the Frederick Road bakery throughout August. And it's likely that one of the people who served customers their coffee or pastry is...
  • A sense of history

    A sense of history
    "History is the greatest narrative," the Rev. Heber Brown III told more than 20 people in the pews Feb. 17 at Pleasant Hope Baptist Church. The church held a Black History Month event that was billed as "a celebration of north Baltimore's black history,"...
  • Rotunda task force members have questions for redeveloper

    Rotunda task force members have questions for redeveloper
    Seven years have passed since Hekemian & Co. purchased the Rotunda and made grand plans to redevelop it as a mixed-use mall. There would be apartments, additional office space and retail, restaurants and underground parking, and a new, state-of-the-art...
  • City economic development chief Brodie to retire

    City economic development chief Brodie to retire
    M.J. "Jay" Brodie, who has headed Baltimore's economic development agency under four mayors and helped shepherd projects such as the Harbor East redevelopment, said Thursday he plans to retire. The Baltimore native and former city housing commissioner is...
  • Tryko Partners buys 253-unit apartment complex in city

    Tryko Partners LLC, a Brick, N.J.-based private equity real estate group, said Tuesday it purchased the 253-unit Park Raven apartments in Baltimore from Continental Realty Corp. The purchase price was not immediately available. With the acquisition,...
  • Michael Edward 'Mick' King

    Michael Edward 'Mick' King
    Michael Edward "Mick" King, a longtime Mount Royal Tavern bartender who in addition to pumping beer and pouring shots was an accomplished artist and sometime musician, died March 3 of a heart attack at the venerable Bolton Hill bar. The Govans resident...
  • Short shrift for small banks

    If our largest banks are the "one-percenters" of American capitalism, small business is our 99. And, just as our largest corporations are ruling the roost in Washington, so too do they rule in Annapolis. In fact, Maryland's politics have become so...