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  • Volunteers work to restore little-known cemetery in Druid Hill Park

    For years, St. Paul's Cemetery, a Victorian city of the dead on a knoll in a remote corner of Druid Hill Park, was nothing more than a nearly forgotten, weed-choked, overgrown burial ground that had been subjected to mindless vandalism through the...
  • Table Talk: Duff's new adventures are coated in sugar

    Duff Goldman had a "blast" making his new Food Network series — "I got to check out the country. They let me off the leash." His new project is "Sugar High," a six-episode series debuting Aug. 8. The show sends Goldman and his motorcycle on a...
  • Baltimore must do more to protect the public

    I'm deeply troubled by the violence at the Inner Harbor on July 4 ("Inner Harbor Fireworks," July 6). I've lived in Locust Point, the safest part of Baltimore, for the last four years after moving here from northern New Jersey. On July 4, my husband and I...
  • That's it for Rub?

    That's it for Rub?
    Colleauge Erik Maza picked up this photo on the @originalduffman Twitter feed. The photo apparrently shows a Transfer of Ownership sign in the window of Rub in South Baltimore. The hearing for the liquor license transfer from Rub to Hersh's Pizza &...
  • Table Talk: Howard County keeps it local for summer restaurant promotion

    Table Talk: Howard County keeps it local for summer restaurant promotion
    Howard County's summer dining promotion is under way. Farm-2-Table Summer Restaurant Weeks started Monday and continues through Aug. 8. While its winter restaurant weeks have an international theme, the summer promotion focuses on the county's bounty....
  • From basement, Baltimore's first winery crafts business plan

    From basement, Baltimore's first winery crafts business plan
    In a Canton basement lit by fluorescent lights, a dozen glass jugs of fermenting grape juice share space with a washer, dryer and furnace. Standing before them, Erik Bandzak surveys his wines: two deep reds made from a Rougeon grape and an Isabella...
  • Restaurant review: Dionysus has pleasing fare at familiar address

    Restaurant review: Dionysus has pleasing fare at familiar address
    Baltimore likes to bring new life to old buildings. That has happened at Dionysus. Over the years, the rowhouse at 8 E. Preston St. has been home to many restaurants. Torremolinos, La Cantina and Center City Restaurant have occupied this spot just east...
  • After spectacular fall, Struever reappears on the radar

    After spectacular fall, Struever reappears on the radar
    Two years after C. William Struever's real estate empire collapsed and the once-ubiquitous developer dropped off Baltimore's radar, the urban visionary has reappeared as a managing director of a new company, working on the same kinds of projects that...
  • Mayor to unveil new City Council map

    For months now, members of the Baltimore City Council have been telling Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake what they'd like to see when she draws new boundaries for their districts. Staffers say the redistricting plan she is scheduled to unveil Monday...
  • Groceries seeking ways around wine sales ban

    Unlike most other states, Maryland shoppers have to make one extra stop for a cabernet to go with that steak they bought on sale at the supermarket —grocery stores in the state are generally banned from selling alcohol. Increasingly, though,...
  • Back River gives up trash for art

    Back River gives up trash for art
    A tot's discarded rocking horse has taken on an artful life and become a compelling symbol of a river befouled by debris. Towson University art students recently salvaged the toy, in two large chunks, during a volunteer clean-up along Back River in...
  • Millard R. Hart Sr., master expert woodworker

    Millard R. Hart Sr., master expert woodworker
    Millard R. Hart Sr., a retired master woodworker and lifelong tugboat enthusiast, died May 11 of congestive heart failure at the Maples, a Towson assisted-living facility. The longtime Hamilton resident was 85. Millard Raymond Hart born at his family'...