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Police shut down a section of South Charles Street near Cross Street Market in Federal Hill Saturday night after a sea of purple flooded the street following the Raven's win over the Denver Broncos. Barricades were set up at the intersection of South...
Tags: Anthony Smith, Cross Street Market
Residents of northern Harford County have been told by police to be on the lookout for suspicious people and situations that don't seem quite right. There's good reason for them to be on guard. Since August, the Harford County Sheriff's Office has...
If there's one thing, one delicious decadent thing that Baltimore has done right for over 175 years, it's the Berger Cookie. A vanilla cookie coated in thick, delicious fudge, it's one of the richest and most satisfying treats that ever came out...
The Baltimore SunTyler Florence was in Baltimore area Saturday, signing copies of his new cookbook, "Tyler Florence Fresh," which was just released on Tuesday. After his appearance at the Wegman's in Hunt Valley, the chef, Food Network star and cookbook author stopped by...
Metropolitan Coffeehouse & Wine Bar has a certain je ne sais quoi. The eatery — a Federal Hill mainstay, serving three meals a day since 2004 — is excessively charming, with a look lifted right out of Paris' Left Bank. Dark painted wood,...
Hello, Baltimore. I’m the newest writer on the Married in Maryland blog, and will be chronicling my journey from girlfriend to wife. I’m sure I’ll use my space here to talk about centerpieces, dresses, guest lists and all that gooey...
Tags: Washington Monument, Mount Vernon
While politicians spar in Washington over how to keep the nation from going over a "fiscal cliff," environmental activists warn that the wind-energy industry faces its own cliff if Congress doesn't act soon to extend a federal tax break for turbine...
Tags: Renewable Energy, Anglicanism, Tax Credits, Christianity, Energy
You'll have to get through Monday night first, but there are some worthwhile restaurant options waiting on Tuesday morning. Slainte in Fells Point will start serving breakfast at 7 a.m., and the first of six English Premier League matches, West Bromwich...
When it opened a few years ago, the Abbey Burger Bistro was the first restaurant in Federal Hill to offer upscale burgers with odd meats. (Wild boar, anyone?) But it quickly became a neighborhood favorite of Ravens fans and the post-college set. The...
Through a stroke of good luck and perfect timing, Polly and Terry Smith became residents of Federal Hill six years ago. "We were wandering around town one day and saw the 'For Sale' sign on this house," Polly Smith remembered of the spacious, end-of-...
Tags: Customs and Tradition, Land Price, Pecans
Walter M. Stefanowicz, a retired homebuilder who developed sections of Timonium, Catonsville and White Marsh, died of cardiac arrest while recuperating from knee surgery Nov. 17 at St. Anthony's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla. The former Cockeysville and...
Trying to make sense of the Obama administration denying federal relief to Maryland for the flooding and other damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, and I'm coming up dry. No one besides maybe Grover Norquist would have beefed had Maryland picked up a few...
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