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The Baltimore SunWord got out on area blogs over the weekend, and it's true. The Donna’s on Snowden River Parkway in Columbia closed Sunday after a 10-year run. “It’s been tough,” onwer Alan Hirsch said about the closing. ““It was a...
Tags: Mount Vernon
Seven students from the private GreenMount School in Charles Village will travel Tuesday to Knoxville, Tenn., to compete in an international problem-solving competition. The team – dubbed Soul Seven – participates in Destination Imagination,...
The Maryland Live Casino is getting closer.The Cordish Cos.have announced June 6 as the opening date for its $500 million gaming and entertainment complex. The food and beverage team at Maryland Live has been in place for months, preparing for the...
"Feel like a champ?" Katharine Moog asked her best friend, Melissa Askew, as they waited for a pancake-eating contest to begin at Pete's Grille early Friday morning. Askew, 26, of Hampden, and Moog's brother, Patch Ronald, 22, of Jacksonville, in...
An authentic Indiana Jones is alive and well, right here in town. Baltimore, meet Douglas Comer. Operating rather inconspicuously from his Charles Village-based firm Cultural Site Research and Management, Comer has overseen some of the region's most...
Next weekend, visitors to the Baltimore Art Museum's newly renovated Contemporary Wing may find themselves staring up at a hole in the ceiling, their mouths gaping open like fish. They'll have been hooked by a central feature of the $6.5 million building...
Tags: Lobbying, Andy Warhol, Artists, Baltimore Museum of Art, Music
And God said, "Let there be heat." Six months after an Earth Day ceremony to start Church of the Redeemer's installation of its new geothermal heating and air-conditioning system, the work is done and the system is up and running. Now, the church is set...
Shortly after he began speaking Thursday night, on Nov. 8, City Councilman Bill Henry stopped, took off his jacket and rolled up his sleeves. Henry was the master of ceremonies at Greater Homewood Community Corp.' dinner and awards ceremony, "Roll Up...
The Towson Chamber of Commerce and the Maryland Mobile Food Vending Association have collaborated to host a food truck rally Saturday, Nov. 10 in Towson, with attendees encouraged to bring relief items that will be sent straight to those affected by...
Vote totals hung on a board above the voting machines at Medfield Heights Elementary School on Tuesday morning. And the winner by a landslide was ... fajita chicken. Fajita chicken garnered 184 votes, compared to 12 votes for turkey and cheese...
Tags: Democratic Party, Judges, Govans, Justice System, Sarah Palin
William E. Ferrell, a retired manufacturers' representative who earlier had been a patternmaker, ended his life Oct. 26. The Parkville resident was 79. "Lately, his health had declined precipitously and his passing came quickly," said a son, William R....
When Andrea Nugent visited family and friends in her native Philippines in 2010, it was her first visit in three decades — and the first visit ever for her American-born daughter, Michelle. For Michelle Nugent, one of the most memorable sights of...
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