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Dining@LargeI got this e-mail today from John and promised to post something on the blog because I knew nothing about it:My favorite delivery spot has morphed. Yeti, near Belvedere Square, is no more and now offers Chinese, Indian and American......
Dining@LargeMy daughter and a couple of friends had drinks at Crush in Belvedere Square Friday night. (Drinks also meant lobster mac and cheese, which I kind of liked.) She says it's already beautifully decorated for the holidays, and that made it very......
Dining@LargeThey say you shouldn't bite the hand that feeds you. I'll just bite the hand that wants to feed me but should know better. While I'm a blogger these days, I'm a blogger for a newspaper, which means I still......
Dining@LargeWhat's with all the retro sweets and alcohol all of a sudden?First we had cupcakes and cocktails at Pazo. Then we hear about the same thing at Milan.Now it's Bundt cakes and prosecco.That's what designer Mitchell Gold is dangling before......
Dining@LargeI was in a long, slow line at the Catonsville Post Office yesterday, and behind me was a woman I know from the YMCA. We chatted as we waited, and she recalled the time she took her son to the......
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Would-be restaurateurs could take notes from Daniel Chaustit on how to open a new restaurant on time, pretty much when he said he would. Of course, it helps if you start with a space that looks good before you ever lay a finger on it. But you have to...
Sun reporterA 29-year-old recruit with the city Fire Department died during a training exercise yesterday as she tried to extinguish a blaze set by instructors in a vacant rowhouse in Southwest Baltimore, according to fire officials. Racheal Wilson, mother of an 11-...
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Special to The Baltimore SunNamed for two of its bordering streets, Lake Walker is a tight-knit neighborhood with all the convenience city life offers. "It's also very quiet," said Janet Abramovitz, president of the Lake Walker Community Association and a resident of the...
Special to the sunFounded as a residential offshoot to the busy York Road business route, Mid-Govans offered its earliest residents the ease of being within walking distance of area merchants, shops and churches. Today's residents still find those features inviting. "I...
Sun ReporterExhausted but exhilarated, the owner of The Senator Theatre said yesterday he would immediately begin working toward long-term solvency for the landmark Art Deco auditorium, which came within hours of being auctioned off in a foreclosure proceeding. "I'm...
Every farmers market has its own personality; but at this time of year, all specialize in splendid tomatoes and vibrant mounds of root vegetables and apples. Prepared foods, crafts and jewelry are among other riches to be found at the outdoor markets....
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