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What do we have to look forward to?

Frequent Midnight Sun commenter Jason has stepped up to the plate to produce this questionnaire of local entertainment happenings:

A lot of things happen in Baltimore which make people either happy or mad one day and then they disappear the next.

By the end of the year, Baltimore will see a few more changes that we can either look forward to or blog against. I was wondering if anybody has any updates on the following:
 
1.  Bar openings: The Reserve (in the old Charlottes) should be opening soon -- I have been told within the next month. The Rowhouse Grille is still being worked on and The Hill should open next week.

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Whatever happened to The Fed on Light Street next to Dunkin Donuts? The owner of Rub is opening a place in Silo Point this summer and Sam reported on work at Bar.

We also have to look forward to Avery's Pearl where the old Vine used to be on Hanover Street ...

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2. Swann Park: Where the kids love to play kickball, football and softball. At one time there used to be a hundred young adults down there 5 days a week until arsenic was found. The Honeywell Corp. finished their job, when will the city?
 
3. Live entertainment for bars and restaurants: Is this still tied up in local politics. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was behind this at one time, has this billed died?
 
4. Area 9 in Federal Hill now has the new parking restrictions. Has this affected local restaurants like Metropolitan and how long before it comes to the rest of Cross Street?

(Sun photo by Amy Davis)

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