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  • Blue Agave is serious about casual Mexican dining

    Blue Agave is serious about casual Mexican dining
    One of the first things the new owners of Blue Agave did when they took over was to prop open the front doors. Now when you walk by the Light Street entrance of this Federal Hill restaurant, it looks like a place that's ready for company. Inside, they...
  • New tolls hit northeast Md. hardest

    New tolls hit northeast Md. hardest
    As a resident of Harford County, I frequently use the Fort McHenry Tunnel to travel up and down the I-95 corridor to visit and do business in Baltimore and points south of the city ("Gas tax, tolls go up Monday," June 29). With the higher tolls now in...
  • Wedded: Emily Kohler and Robert Collins III

    Wedded: Emily Kohler and Robert Collins III
    Wedding date: May 25, 2013 Her story: Emily Kohler, 30, grew up in Camp Hill, Pa., and lives in Parkville. She is a product representative for a flooring distributor. Her father, Bradley Kohler, is a program manager, and her mother, Ruth Ann Kohler,...
  • Federal Hill standout sells to eager owners

    Federal Hill standout sells to eager owners
    Some sales are simply too good to pass up — even if you don't need whatever's being sold right now. This is how the new owners feel about the renovated Federal Hill townhouse they settled on last week for $660,000. "We are putting it [up] for rent...
  • Cross Street at a crossroads

    Cross Street at a crossroads
    While is it not our custom to oppose business investment in Baltimore, particularly the prized kind that creates jobs without requiring public subsidies, it would be difficult not to sympathize with the residents of Federal Hill and the problems they've...
  • Federal Hill group cheers rejection of beer garden

    Federal Hill group cheers rejection of beer garden
    Raise one for the no-more-bars crowd in Federal Hill. A coalition of Federal Hill residents, frustrated by what they see as oversaturation of bars in their neighborhood, persuaded the city's liquor board Thursday to reject a proposed 300-seat beer...
  • Federal Hill needs more, not fewer, people on the streets at night

    Federal Hill needs more, not fewer, people on the streets at night
    There is one complaint that can have no place in the debate over whether or not to allow more or bigger bars in Federal Hill: That is the lack of parking ("Digging in over Federal Hill," June 26). Baltimore, like all cities, needs density to thrive....
  • Police make quick arrests in armed robbery

    Police make quick arrests in armed robbery
    A Baltimore Police sergeant held a group of men suspected of a Federal Hill armed robbery at gunpoint until other officers arrived and arrested the men, according to the department. Police went to the 1400 block of Light Street for a call about the...
  • Update: More details on One Direction's Glen Burnie tattoo session

    Update: More details on One Direction's Glen Burnie tattoo session
    Update, June 27 — 4:47 p.m.: One Direction members Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson were "ideal clients," according to Tattooed Heart Studios owner John Garancheski. He tattooed Zayn, while another artist who declined to comment worked on Louis'...
  • Sampling local farmers' markets

    Sampling local farmers' markets
    Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical Center regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post is from Cara Shipley, dietetic intern. In June all of the farmers' markets, like the Orioles, are in full swing. The definition of "local"...
  • Federal Hill considers future — more bar stools or not?

    Federal Hill considers future — more bar stools or not?
    The question in Federal Hill these days: How many bars is one too many? The booming district around Cross Street Market has added an average of 127 bar stools each year for the past decade despite a state law aimed at limiting new liquor establishments....
  • Tossing the junk, keeping the words

    Cleaning out the house that my parents called their own for 57 years is, initially, an exercise in futility and heartbreak. You walk a guilt-strewn tightrope. Should we keep this or that certain artifact left behind following Dad's death in March? Or is...