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  • 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....
  • Baltimore Grand Prix: Baltimoreans weigh whether to party or flee the crowds

    Baltimore Grand Prix: Baltimoreans weigh whether to party or flee the crowds
    The 26th-floor Terrace Club of 100 E. Pratt St. offers a bird's-eye view of the straights of the Baltimore Grand Prix racecourse. A menu, featuring assorted hot entrees, pastries, eggs, salads and mini sandwiches, has been planned. And 200 guests have...
  • District 10: Edward L. Reisinger

    District 10: Edward L. Reisinger
    1. Please describe your educational and professional background and how it has prepared you to serve on the City Council. I have lived in Baltimore City my entire life, and am a product of Baltimore public schools. In 1996 I was elected to the City...
  • Galleries: Artfully under the radar

    Galleries: Artfully under the radar
    Beyond the mighty Baltimore Museum of Art and Walters Art Museum, beyond such long-established, up-market spaces as C. Grimaldis Gallery and Thomas Segal Gallery, a world of artistic enterprise thrives — some of it off the radar or almost...
  • Police in South Baltimore get $300,000 for new equipment

    Police in South Baltimore get $300,000 for new equipment
    Officers in the Baltimore Police Department's Southern District will have new computers, bikes and other equipment thanks to $300,000 in gifts from three benefactors, who hope to spur donations from city businesses in other districts. Police announced...
  • Under Armour plans to double its headquarters

    Under Armour is hoping to double the size of its Baltimore headquarters to accommodate additional employees, a retail store and a company museum. The sports apparel company wants to build an additional 400,000 square feet at Tide Point, an office complex...
  • 'Hillbilly Handfishin' ' becomes reality for four citified Marylanders

    'Hillbilly Handfishin' ' becomes reality for four citified Marylanders
    The ideal summer vacation for Jen Grottenthaler typically involves a beach and "drinks with little umbrellas in them." Certainly more adventurous than her former college roommate, Sherry Insley has loved being around the water since the days she used to...
  • Under Armour gets preliminary OK for waterfront projects

    Under Armour received city Planning Commission approval Thursday to pursue waterfront improvement projects near its Locust Point headquarters with the help of tax-increment financing. The commission voted to expand the district in Locust Point, where the...
  • City gives Under Armour a sweetheart deal

    In the October 7th edition of the Baltimore Sun, it was reported that Under Armour had "received City Planning Commission approval Thursday to pursue waterfront improvement projects near its Locust Point headquarters with the help of tax increment...
  • Under Armour's growth worries some neighbors

    Under Armour's growth worries some neighbors
    On a sunny fall day in Locust Point, neighborhood residents are out in force. Toddlers frolic in Latrobe Park's playground as tennis players trade volleys on a nearby court. Joggers thread through narrow streets lined with Formstone facades and...
  • Storefront restored

    Storefront restored
    Chris Currey and his wife, Isabel, have lived in South Baltimore since 1992. Five years ago, the couple moved into their second Locust Point house, in a neighborhood they call "the Mayberry of Baltimore City." "I had my eye on this place for 15 years,"...
  • 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...