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  • Hampden tattoo artist tries to block potential competitor

    Hampden tattoo artist tries to block potential competitor
    When Dave Wah introduced himself at the March 13 meeting of the Hampden Village Merchants Association and said he wanted to open a tattoo parlor and art studio overlooking The Avenue, most members were welcoming. But Joe Lathe-Vitale, owner of an...
  • Kirk R. Osborn, public defender

    Kirk R. Osborn, public defender
    Kirk R. Osborn, a career public defender who headed the city's misdemeanor jury trial unit, died of cancer Friday at Union Memorial Hospital. The Mayfield resident was 55. "I'm going to miss him," said Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams. "Kirk was...
  • Bizarre Foods show highlights Baltimore

    The cuisine and restaurants of Baltimore are getting another turn in the national spotlight. The March 25 episode of "Bizarre Foods America with Andrew Zimmern" features Baltimore and the Chesapeake Bay. The last time Baltimore was the subject of a...
  • Water heater replaced at Hopkins' Keswick campus

    Water heater replaced at Hopkins' Keswick campus
    Officials on Tuesday continued investigating the second round of illnesses in less than a week at a North Baltimore office building but did not quickly find a link between the two bouts. Still, officials overseeing the investigation are confident that...
  • 'Red Men' selling longtime lodge in Hampden

    'Red Men' selling longtime lodge in Hampden
    In 1893, a group of Baltimore patriots joined the Improved Order of Red Men and began meeting in Hampden Hall on what is now The Avenue. Adopting the democratic ideals, customs and costumes of American Indians, as well as the Red Men motto, "Freedom,...
  • Winter storm brings more uncertainty than snow in north Baltimore

    Winter storm brings more uncertainty than snow in north Baltimore
    Painter Doug Preston had a scheduled job in Greenspring Valley on Wednesday morning, but his client told him not to come because the house was up a hill and even an inch of snow would make it difficult to reach. Yet as Preston, of Guilford, went...
  • Michelle LeM. Flesher, artist

    Michelle LeM. Flesher, artist
    Michelle LeM. Flesher, a retired Towson artist who had been an art restorer and therapist, died Feb. 14 of heart failure at St. Elizabeth Hall Apartments at Stella Maris in Timonium. She was 87. Born Michelle LeMay in Saginaw, Mich., she moved with her...
  • Residents watch as BGE implodes gas tank, a neighborhood landmark

    Residents watch as BGE implodes gas tank, a neighborhood landmark
    Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. officials said the best place to watch the implosion of a gas tank Sunday morning would be on TV, but residents of the nearby Medfield community near Hampden strongly disagreed. They gathered 100 strong at the Roland Ridge...
  • Great Baltimore cocktails, The Hamlandia Sour at Birroteca

    Great Baltimore cocktails, The Hamlandia Sour at Birroteca
    Hamlandia (noun): Where Baltimore relishes in the weird; the kitschy, eccentric home of Hons, hipsters and … really fricking good food and beverage. That last part a more recent development in the storied history of North Baltimore's Hampden....
  • Made in Maryland: Sean O'Harra's furniture gives reclaimed materials a modern edge

    Made in Maryland: Sean O'Harra's furniture gives reclaimed materials a modern edge
    Sean O'Harra's furniture might be newly constructed, but there's nothing "new" about it. Walking through his workshop, a cavernous warehouse space on Reisterstown Road, O'Harra points to an enormous piece of wood, a cross-section of a maple tree trunk....
  • Paul Theodore Pojman, Towson U. professor

    Paul Theodore Pojman, Towson U. professor
    Paul Theodore Pojman, a professor of philosophy at Towson University and a community activist, died Sept. 20 of lung cancer at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Hampden resident was 45. "Paul's area was the philosophy of science, and he focused on...
  • Sept. 26: Only in Baltimore

    Let's face it: Charm City can be a strange place. That's one of the reasons we like it so much. From toilet races in Hampden to hilariously lewd bathroom signs, Baltimore has a quirky sensibility few other cities can match. -------------------- View...