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  • Baltimore law firms look to cut oversize real estate footprints

    Baltimore law firms look to cut oversize real estate footprints
    The days of the cushy corner office for top law partners may be numbered. Maybe. On average, law firms still occupy up to three times the space per worker as companies in banking, finance, insurance and technology, according to a national study by...
  • Darker than Blue will close in Waverly

    Darker Than Blue, Casey Jenkins' white-tablecloth soul-food cafe on Greenmount Avenue, will close at the end of October. The restaurant's last day is Oct. 31, according to Jenkins. "We've been able to outgrow our current location," Jenkins said of his...
  • Traffic: Southbound I-83 cleared of late rush hour accident

    Traffic: Southbound I-83 cleared of late rush hour accident
    The morning rush hour was extended Wednesday due to late incidents on roadways around Baltimore. There was a report of an accident on southbound I-83 in the city near St. Paul Street, but by 11 a.m., Maryland Department of Transportation cameras were...
  • Baltimore theater community's most memorable experiences of 2013

    Baltimore theater community's most memorable experiences of 2013
    Yes, the theater scene in Baltimore is ever-growing and diversifying. But it also prides itself on being collaborative and supportive of each other. We asked some of our favorites in theater to share their favorite on-stage moments (other than their own)...
  • Public a no-show at first BGE rate case hearing

    Public a no-show at first BGE rate case hearing
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s third request for higher rates in as many years brought out zero customers — angry or otherwise — to offer their opinions to state regulators Monday night. The hearing in Annapolis was the first of five...
  • Public feedback sought at meetings about BGE cases

    Public feedback sought at meetings about BGE cases
    State regulators are holding a series of meetings next week to get public feedback about Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s pending requests for a rate increase and monthly surcharges on gas and electric customers. The meetings, which all begin at 7 p.m.,...
  • Md. regulators hear arguments in BGE rate case

    Md. regulators hear arguments in BGE rate case
    State regulators are now deep into the details of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s request for higher rates, a case expected to wrap up by the end of the year — 10 months after the last increase went into effect. The Maryland Public Service...
  • Road closures for Baltimore Book Festival

    Road closures for Baltimore Book Festival
    The Baltimore Book Festival in Mount Vernon this weekend will contribute to congestion and delays for commuters in the city this weekend, as multiple road and lane closures are and will be in effect through Monday, according to city transportation...
  • Howard County datebook Datebook

    Monday, Oct. 14 'Fine Arts College Night' Howard County Public Schools' Fine Arts Advisory Council sponsors this event for parents and students, especially those in eighth to 12th grade, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Howard High School, 8700 Old...
  • No need to raze church on shopping center site, residents say

    No need to raze church on shopping center site, residents say
    A 122-year-old stone church in the Remington area could face demolition to make way for a Walmart loading dock as part of the planned 25th Street Station shopping center. Area residents are concerned that WV Urban Development, which plans to build the...
  • Hopkins students get an education in crime and pedestrian safety

    Hopkins students get an education in crime and pedestrian safety
    Johns Hopkins University sophomore Ely Manstein wasn't sure what to make of the flier that Charlotte Zarzar handed him as he was walking along North Charles Street between classes Sept. 3. Manstein, a biophysics major from Philadelphia, studied the...
  • Students, artists and churchgoers collaborate to create 'Congregate' exhibit at MICA

    Students, artists and churchgoers collaborate to create 'Congregate' exhibit at MICA
    The old arched red wooden door to the Seventh Metro Church is less that two blocks from the modern glass-and-steel panel that floats in front of the Maryland Institute College of Art's newest exhibition space. They bring to mind two different eras and...