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Dining@LargeFor those of you planning ahead for next weekend: The 7th Annual Highlandtown Wine Festival takes place Sunday, April 18.Expanded food offerings include DiPasquale's meatball subs, sausage and peppers, pasta, cannoli, pizzelle and arancini (fried rice...
Dining@LargeAn urgent, if improbable, need for vacuum-packed chestnuts first led me to DiPasquale's Italian Market, a happy discovery that came to mind yesterday when I passed along news of the coming Highlandtown Wine Festival.I was making a batch of chestnut......
It sounded like a Baltimore-themed idea that made sense. To celebrate a century of screen painting, 100 new, colorful window screens would be installed along the commercial district of Highlandtown, in the very heart of the neighborhoods where this...
Tags: Arts, Business, Artists, Arts and Culture, Immigration
There's both energy and change moving along Southeast Baltimore's waterfront in Canton and Fells Point. It's become the neighborhood boom of 2013, involving more than 800 new apartments and the construction of a shopping plaza along Boston Street in...
As I walk around Baltimore, it has become apparent that the city is on an upward swing. I see more people out on the streets and living in places that once seemed underused or headed for trouble. Streets and places I once considered dangerous are not...
When I heard that Highlandtown had rolled out another holiday train garden, I hailed a cab and told the driver to take me to the Conkling Street firehouse. What I found was the authentic thing. Train gardens in firehouses are a wonderful tradition....
The project manager at the former Patterson Park High School in Highlandtown stood atop a roof terrace and said, "This is not a cookie-cutter property." That's an understatement. Shaffin Jetha and Chuck Nale, officials of Focus Development, gave me a...
Tags: Arts, Schools, High Schools, Patterson Park, Arts and Culture
There's a transformation taking place this fall that is obvious from the former National Brewery in Brewers Hill. On a terrace just below the iconic Mr. Boh sign, I observed a construction army at work along Conkling and Dean streets. Over the summer,...
Tags: Rentals, Brewers Hill, Fells Point, Milwaukee Brewers, Greektown
If you lived in Baltimore in the 1970s, it seemed that William Donald Schaefer paved every alley. An exaggeration? Yes. But then, as now, old Baltimore needed a lot of fixing and Schaefer was in his neighborhood mode. He did it well and had the support of...
Tags: Inner Harbor, Christianity, Timonium, Anglicanism, Annapolis
Interesting, these times we live in -- the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore reports a 20 percent increase in visitors through its doors, while Steve Jobs and Apple prepare to roll out the iPad, the computer tablet that allows you to download a book...
Tags: Gaming, Arts and Culture, Hands, Fingers, Steve Jobs
John S. "Bud" Linz, a retired engineer and World War II veteran, died Wednesday of pneumonia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 90. The son of a grocer and a homemaker, John Sebastian Linz was born in Baltimore and raised in Highlandtown. After...
Tags: Linthicum, Baltimore County, Christianity, Timonium, Parkville
Like the best Italian mothers, Rose Savalino Uddeme spent a lot of time cooking for her kids when the family lived off the corner of Central and Eastern avenues on the edge of Little Italy in the 1960s. One of her go-to meals was a staple of hard times:...
Tags: Salt, Johnny Unitas, Tomatoes, Parsley, Garlic
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