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  • J. Patrick's Pub to close after tonight

    J. Patrick's Pub to close after tonight
    J. Patrick's Pub, the Locust Point Irish bar loved for its authentic feel and live music, will close after New Year's Eve, according to this Baltimore Business Journal report. The building, located at 1371 Andre St., will be placed on an auction block...
  • Tyler Florence flips for Ryleigh's

    Tyler Florence flips for Ryleigh's
    Tyler Florence was in Baltimore area Saturday, signing copies of his new cookbook, "Tyler Florence Fresh," which was just released on Tuesday.  After his appearance at the Wegman's in Hunt Valley, the chef, Food Network star and cookbook author stopped by...
  • Sports Business Lunch: Links and thoughts from Baltimore and beyond

    Sports Business Lunch: Links and thoughts from Baltimore and beyond
    Every now and then we'll offer a lunch-time gathering of news and links related to sports business: Jack Lambert of the Baltimore Business Journal wrote last week that the Ravens quietly unveiled a $250,000 makeover of the general concession stand...
  • Orioles star Adam Jones buys former Ravens assistant Cam Cameron's house

    Orioles star Adam Jones buys former Ravens assistant Cam Cameron's house
    Orioles center fielder Adam Jones has purchased a five-bedroom home along Falls Road in Lutherville for the price of $1.75 million. The seller is one Malcolm Cameron according to state records. He's better known as Cam Cameron, the offensive coordinator...
  • Pax River museum on hold over dispute with contractor

    Work on a $4.7 million museum at Naval Air Station Patuxent River that is mostly paid for with state and federal grants has been suspended, and a prominent construction firm was recently pulled from the project, St. Mary's County officials said Friday....
  • Develop Baltimore from within

    Develop Baltimore from within
    What a deal. Last week, the Baltimore Brew reported that the Rawlings-Blake administration agreed to recommend that $6 million in grants meant to mitigate the impact of traffic and other nuisances near Baltimore's planned casino site near I-295 should be...
  • Potbelly headed to Midtown, in the old Danny's space

    Potbelly headed to Midtown, in the old Danny's space
    The Baltimore Business Journal is reporting that a Potbelly is headed to Midtown-Belvedere. The location, at the northeast corner of Charles and Biddle streets, is the southern anchor of a ground-level retail strip that already includes a Starbucks,...
  • New blogger and new blog home

     
    This week Scott Dance joins The Baltimore Sun as its new weather blogger. As other Sun blogs have moved over to a new platform, it's time for Maryland Weather to join them. Starting today Maryland Weather will have updates here.......
  • After Patterson Park 'melee,' resident pushes for documentation

    Joanna Sullivan knows what she saw Saturday night as she and her husband peered through the window of their home overlooking Patterson Park - more than 20 youths involved in a "melee" on the tennis courts. But police statistics and incidents reports won'...
  • Mother's to add Arnold location this fall

    Mother's to add Arnold location this fall
    Mother's Federal Hill Grille will add an Anne Arundel County location this fall. The news, which was reported in the Baltimore Business Journal, was Tweeted out by Mother's on Tuesday. According to the report, Mother's will move into the old Griffin's...
  • Ticket sales on the rise at Camden Yards

    Ticket sales on the rise at Camden Yards
    The Orioles' first-half success has paid dividends at the Camden Yards box office. Doug Duennes, executive vice president of business operations, told the Baltimore Business Journal that the team experienced a 21 percent increase in ticket sales so far...