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Hampden

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  • Spike Gjerde's Hampden project has a name: Half Acre

    Spike Gjerde's Hampden project has a name: Half Acre
    Spike Gjerde's Hampden project has a name — Half Acre — says the Baltimore Business Journal.  First reported on here last April, Spike Gjerde's new project is located at 3801 Falls Road in Hampden. Half Acre will have no table service,...
  • Occupy Baltimore members gather to fight foreclosure

    Occupy Baltimore members gather to fight foreclosure
    Occupy Baltimore protesters set a new scene Tuesday for their stand against corporate greed and social injustice: a red-brick rowhouse in Union Square where a 65-year-old widow has made her home for nearly six years. As many as 100 protesters gathered...
  • Paw Point off-leash dog park off to running start at Robert E. Lee

    Paw Point off-leash dog park off to running start at Robert E. Lee
    Paw Point Dog Park was more than 11 years in the making, and just a few months after the new dog park at Robert E. Lee Park opened with much fanfare, more than 500 dog owners have registered to use the park, making it a popular spot for patrons with...
  • Jack L. Rothenberg, bar owner, dies

    Jack L. Rothenberg, former owner of a Highlandtown tavern, died July 19 of heart failure at Sinai Hospital. He was 99. The son of Russian immigrants, Mr. Rothenberg was born in Baltimore and raised in Hampden, where his parents owned and operated a...
  • Musicians, volunteers dig up school parking lot to help bay

    Musicians, volunteers dig up school parking lot to help bay
    Kyle Scheren and other members of the punk band So Long Arletta work up a sweat when they perform, but nothing like what they got Monday wielding picks and shovels to turn an old school parking lot in Hampden into a garden and outdoor education space....
  • Zagat 2012: Updated guide to Washington, DC, and Baltimore out today

    Zagat 2012: Updated guide to Washington, DC, and Baltimore out today
    The Zagat’s "2012 Washington, DC/Baltimore Restaurants Survey," is released today. Think of this an update of the previous edition, with 119 new listings. But established restaurants have not been re-rated and re-ranked -- that happens every other...
  • Feather extensions, earrings trending in Baltimore

    Feather extensions, earrings trending in Baltimore
    Reginald Dowdy separated the strand of his customer’s hair and slid a hollow bead-sized copper object to her scalp, leaving a black-and-white striped feather hanging. Dowdy’s client, April McGill-Willhide, tilted her hair to the side and...
  • Traffic: Accident on I-95 at I-395

    As of 9:30 a.m., traffic was slow on northbound I-95 at I-395, due to an accident. Otherwise, there were no major delays on Baltimore area highways. There were no major delays on area mass transit systems.
  • Table Talk: It's raining restaurant weeks

    Table Talk: It's raining restaurant weeks
    Baltimore's annual Summer Restaurant Week begins its sixth run on Friday and goes through Aug.14. During the 10-day event, participating restaurants will once again offer three-course, fixed-price dinner menus. This year, the dinner menus are fixed at...
  • Zipcars keep zipping along and columnist gets graphic

    Zipcars march on! Based on the success of the recent Zipcar sites at the 36th Street and Chestnut Avenue, the company and Baltimore City are looking to place more of these rent-by-the-hour automobile stations in Hampden — specifically near 36th...
  • Keep pornography away from our kids

    Keep pornography away from our kids
    Everyone knows their local convenience store, where teenagers go in and buy slushies and adults pick up the occasional milk or pancake mix for the morning's breakfast. It is great to be able to quickly and easily get a cup of coffee, along with the...
  • Union Mill development goes to head of the class

    Union Mill development goes to head of the class
    Seawall Development Corp's first apartment building for public school teachers, Miller's Court in Remington, had too long a waiting list when Danielle Wayne moved to Baltimore last year. But then, the 24-year-old kindergarten teacher from Florida heard...