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  • Italian-style deli, music store planned as latest additions on The Avenue

    The weather is unseasonably warm. The trees are in bloom. And Hampden is dusting winter off itself and getting ready for an exciting and vibrant spring and summer. And if that isn't enough, Hampden is also getting an Italian-style deli. Luigi's, at 846...
  • Seawall chosen for Remington row house rehab project

    Seawall chosen for Remington row house rehab project
    Seawall Development Corp. has been recommended by a Baltimore City advisory committee to rehab nine vacant, city-owned row houses in Remington, marking another milestone for the community-minded developer best known for its teacher housing. Baltimore...
  • Tony Hawk Foundation gives $25,000 for Hampden skatepark

    The Tony Hawk Foundation has given $25,000 toward the construction of a skateboard park in Roosevelt Park in Hampden. The Skatepark of Baltimore, a nonprofit group dedicated to raising enough money to build a place for area youth to skateboard safely,...
  • Rotunda Giant makes a quiet exit

    Rotunda Giant makes a quiet exit
    Edith Bershadsky, of Tuscany-Canterbury, came to the Rotunda Giant shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday to buy a ticket for the record-breaking, $540 million Mega-Millions jackpot. But by the time she got there, Giant Food officials had already removed the...
  • Beauty in unexpected places

    Beauty in unexpected places
    There are a couple of small, predictable joys that occur daily during my workweek — and probably yours. It's likely you haven't noticed them properly before, nor the subtle influence they have on your mood. Fortunately, I have penned this opinion...
  • 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...
  • Restaurant Review: Silo.5% adds just enough substance to its style

    Restaurant Review: Silo.5% adds just enough substance to its style
    The setting for Silo.5% Wine Bar is Silo Point, a glamorous luxury condominium carved out of a former working grain terminal in Locust Point. The complex is surrounded by the remnants of industry, and even from the ground floor, the views of the freight...
  • Like/Dislike: Anisha Jagtap, Baltimore Burger Bar owner/chef

    When someone mentions that they studied biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University, you wouldn't expect them to own a local burger bar. But Houston native Anisha Jagtap does just that, running Hampden hot spot Baltimore Burger Bar. "It all...
  • Hampden: It's pretty easy to feel good about Baltimore these days

    As I write this, I'm feeling a bit pretty good about Baltimore. According to a survey by Public Polling PolicyBaltimore is the nation's 13th most popular city. Not too shabby, Baltimore. But then, an article in Travel & Leisure ( ranks Baltimore as...
  • Mother Nature rains down on Earth Day

    Mother Nature rains down on Earth Day
    Mother Nature brought relief to a parched Baltimore on Sunday, but the persistent rain didn't dampen the spirits at the Earth Day festivities in Hampden. "We had a few hundred people come through today," said Don Barton, 29, an organizer of Sunday's...
  • Owner repositioning Green Spring shopping center for 'national tenants'

    Owner repositioning Green Spring shopping center for 'national tenants'
    The relocation of the Rotunda Mall Giant gives a big boost to Green Spring Tower Square, a small, family-owned shopping center in the Hampden area. Mark Manzo isn't stopping there. In email interviews conducted in the past two weeks, Manzo, a partner...
  • Morgan reopening David's Restaurant; not selling Hampden Republican Club

    Morgan reopening David's Restaurant; not selling Hampden Republican Club
    David Morgan said he fell apart when his wife died of ovarian cancer last year, leaving him at a personal crossroads — and leaving in doubt the future of two establishments that border The Avenue in Hampden like bookends. Morgan soon shuttered...