At Woody's Taco Island food truck, customers take their marinated tilapia, Caribbean fried rice and jerk chicken chili to go in recycled cardboard containers. It's an environmentally friendly — albeit more expensive alternative — that restaurateurs around Baltimore say their customers are demanding in place of traditional foam cups and containers that some want banned from the city.
A new analysis of the nation's farm animal industry finds almost no reforms have been made in the five years since a broad-based commission called for sweeping changes to address concerns about food safety, animal welfare and the environmental impacts of modern poultry and livestock production.
Tech savvy millennials may be used to buying almost anything online, but they still do most of their shopping in stores, especially those that keep their offerings fresh and make the experience social, according to research from the Urban Land Institute.
The 1 million-square-foot distribution facility planned for Southeast Baltimore fits the profile of online retailer Amazon's rapidly expanding distribution network, according to shipping industry analysts.
There are two categories of gamers: casual gamers, who are in it to have a good time and enjoy the experience; and hardcore gamers who eat, sleep and breath video games and plan to be a part of the industry or become professional gamers. In Laurel, I've come together with several other game-lovers in a group called the Shadow Cloud Society. The SCS was started as the Laurel High School Gaming Club four years ago with about 10 members and has since grown to about 20 people in the Laurel area who
Carroll County has five wineries on its wine trail with Old Westminster being the newest. After Cygnus Winecellars opened its doors in 1996, the county has seen four wineries open in the last 10 years.
The Senate gave final approval Thursday to a sweeping overhaul of the nation's immigration laws that would spend billions more on border security while granting 11 million undocumented immigrants a chance at U.S. citizenship.
Fourteen Harford County high school students spent the spring of their junior years not only learning about the science behind food production, but applying it in the real world by designing flavors of ice cream that were produced by a local dairy and are on sale each Friday through the end of the month
The course is "Introduction to Casino Gambling," but upon entering the classroom one might be tempted to place a bet at the makeshift roulette wheel, the craps table or any of the other table game layouts.
The idea came to her in a dream. Yes, a dream. Cathy Shapiro dreamed about coffee-flavored ice pops, strange as that sounds, and then the Pikesville resident spent 18 months turning the dream into reality.
H&S Bakery is moving its Harbor East distribution center to East Baltimore business park Hollander 95, freeing up prime real estate that the breadmaker-turned-developer has eyed for development for more than a decade.
Lawrence W. "Larry" Simns Sr., a former waterman and longtime outspoken advocate for the Chesapeake Bay and those who made their livelihood on its waters, died Thursday from bone cancer at his Rock Hall home. He was 75.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun