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  • Great Baltimore cocktails, Beads Before Barrels at Mr. Rain's Funhouse

    Great Baltimore cocktails, Beads Before Barrels at Mr. Rain's Funhouse
    I'm on a mission to revel in as much of autumn's bounty as I can. Yes, I said "autumn's bounty." Can you blame me? It took this season long enough to get here. So in celebration, I (my taste buds, really) am devouring apples and spice and any and...
  • Read it | Baltimore Outreach Services cookbook

    Read it | Baltimore Outreach Services cookbook
    A new cookbook developed with local chef Connie Crabtree-Burritt shares more than 200 recipes the whole family can enjoy, and should spark some interesting conversations as well. In addition to food, “BOS Cooks” features stories from...
  • Free admission to American Visionary Art Museum for BofA customers

    Free admission to American Visionary Art Museum  for BofA customers
    With temperatures in the 90s, what better time to visit an air-conditioned museum? Bank of America cardholders are entitled to free admission this weekend, June 1 and 2,  at the American Visionary Art Museum.  The bank, in fact, will pick up the...
  • Open-air film festivals give attendees more eating options

    Open-air film festivals give attendees more eating options
    What's better than dinner and a movie, especially when the movie is free? Two of Baltimore's most popular outdoor film series have stepped up the eating options for movie attendees. The American Visionary Art Museum is kicking off its annual Flicks From...
  • Story branching test

    It’s hot. Too hot to be outside. But here you are, lounging by the pool at the Tiki Barge in South Baltimore, watching the ice melt in your half-empty Jack and Coke. You’d love to take a dip in the pool, if the water wasn’t 85...
  • After two decades on the road, art cars still rev up the imagination at Artscape

    After two decades on the road, art cars still rev up the imagination at Artscape
    At first glance — best shielded, given the sun's fierce glare reflected from all the chrome — the 7,500-pound, 29-feet-long "Finnjet" suggests transport for intergalactic travelers with a pronounced sense of humor. More than 80 lights and...
  • Wedded: Jessica Krady and Phillip Kraska

    Wedded: Jessica Krady and Phillip Kraska
    Wedding date: June 21, 2013 Her story: Jessica "Jess" Krady, 28, grew up in Lancaster, Pa. She is a human resources generalist for Arthur Bell Certified Public Accountants and a graduate student at Towson University. Her mother, Deb Krady, is a data...
  • Virginia Bates, poet and artist

    Virginia Bates, poet and artist
    Virginia Bates, a poet and artist who opposed the Vietnam War and was a founder of the Howard County Peace Action Community, died of complications from the flu Dec. 9 at Bridgepoint of Los Altos, an assisted-living facility in California. The former...
  • Uncle Fun closing its shop of tricks and trinkets

    Uncle Fun closing its shop of tricks and trinkets
    Uncle Fun, a popular Lakeview toy store known for its quirky tricks and trinkets, plans to close its doors Jan. 26, the store has announced. The store at 1338 W. Belmont Ave. has been around for more than three decades and sells everything from Pez...
  • Wedded: Theresa Kouo and David Crowther

    Wedded: Theresa Kouo and David Crowther
    Date: Oct. 26 Her story: Theresa "TC" Kouo, 37, grew up in Guilderland, N.Y., a suburb of Albany. After completing a radiology residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center and neuroradiology fellowship at University of California, Los Angeles,...
  • Inner Harbor reborn [Editorial]

    Inner Harbor reborn  [Editorial]
    Despite all the changes that have come to Baltimore since the Harborplace pavilions opened more than 30 years ago, the Inner Harbor remains the city's crown jewel. Neither the opening of the best baseball stadium in America nor the rise of Harbor East has...