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  • Man's body found in the Inner Harbor

    Man's body found in the Inner Harbor
    A man's body was pulled out of the western side of the Inner Harbor on Saturday morning, Baltimore police said. Baltimore police went at about 8:20 a.m. to the area around 801 Key Highway, near Federal Hill Park and the American Visionary Art Museum,...
  • Les bons temps for a Baltimore native

    Les bons temps for a Baltimore native
    What is nearly as remarkable as Jenny Campbell's costumes — the glittering swirls of ribbon and whirling snow globe headdresses — is the path that led to her second career as a costume maker. The Baltimore native taught herself to make...
  • Art Outside returns to Druid Hill Park

    Art Outside returns to Druid Hill Park
    Maryland visual artists, craft artisans, designers and other creative types who live, work or study in the region will be spotlighted at Sunday's Art Outside. Festival-goers should expect entertainment, food trucks and other vendors, as well as family-...
  • 5 questions for Dan Klein of Klein Enterprises

    5 questions for Dan Klein of Klein Enterprises
    It was a busy 2013 for Klein Enterprises, a longtime family-owned real estate business in Baltimore. The company had six projects in the works last year, including apartment developments in Owings Mills, North East and Fells Point, and it expects to...
  • Mr. Rain's Fun House to close on June 7

    Mr. Rain's Fun House to close on June 7
    Mr. Rain's Fun House, the restaurant inside the American Visionary Art Museum, will close on June 7, according to information provided by the restaurant. "Even with wonderful press ... and a series of recognizable achievements ... our pursuit of...
  • Will we be who we say we are?

    Will we be who we say we are?
    I devoted most of my columns over the last several weeks to the holidays, the memories they invoke and the way they bring people together. But as the year draws to a close, even I am surprised to see that none of the scenes I drew took place in church...
  • Same-sex couples celebrate first legal weddings

    Same-sex couples celebrate first legal weddings
    In the 17 years since Katie Cleary and Sharon Dongarra locked eyes in the kitchen of an Arby's restaurant, they have shared a first, tentative kiss, traded letters across continents, set up a home, exchanged vows before family and friends, signed a host...
  • Baltimore is 17th most romantic U.S. city, Open Table says

    Baltimore is 17th most romantic U.S. city, Open Table says
    Baltimore will have to content itself with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, because according to Open Table, Baltimore is an also-ran in the romance department. The most romantic cities are, in order: San Antonio, Texas; Austin, Texas; Providence, R.I.; La...
  • What's on the menu for Valentine's Day

    It's not too late. You can still make dining plans for Valentine's Day. Some restaurants are extending their special Valentine's Day menus and offerings through the weekend. Even places that aren't offering fixed-price options are packing their menus with...
  • Museums, cultural institutions taking a snow day

    Museums, cultural institutions taking a snow day
    Schools and government offices aren't the only things closing down in anticipation of today's snowstorm. Here is a partial list, continually being updated, of cultural and commercial institutions shutting down for the day. The American Visionary Art...
  • Formstone would be banned on new buildings under proposal

    Formstone would be banned on new buildings under proposal
    Frankly fake but authentically Baltimore, the Formstone that swaths many a rowhouse may seem low-brow or even tacky to some. But should it be illegal? A proposed overhaul of the Baltimore's zoning code would do just that, banning the faux stone...