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  • Two bidders will vie for 1st Mariner Bank

    Two bidders will vie for 1<sup>s</sup><sup>t</sup> Mariner Bank
    1st Mariner Bank, Baltimore's largest independent bank, will go to auction Thursday morning with two bidders vying for the bank. Parent company First Mariner Bancorp is selling the bank as part of the parent's Chapter 11 bankruptcy, filed Feb. 10. The...
  • 1st Mariner Bank heads to auction

    1st Mariner Bank heads to auction
    The future of 1st Mariner, Baltimore's largest independent bank, could be decided this week. A bankruptcy judge approved First Mariner Bancorp's request last month to sell its bank as part of the parent company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. Bids for...
  • CM Punk can paint. Who knew?

    CM Punk can paint. Who knew?
    When the Cubs set out to have 50 custom-made chairs painted in honor of Wrigley Field's 100th anniversary, they didn't mess around. Actors Vince Vaughn and Gary Sinise, Martellus Bennett of the Bears—they're all featured artists on the project....
  • Christie's set to auction vast art collection assembled by Chicago couple

    Christie's set to auction vast art collection assembled by Chicago couple
    Part of an art collection assembled by an esteemed Chicago couple is expected to draw millions of dollars in sales tonight and tomorrow during a Christie's auction in New York. The vast collection of Edwin A. and Lindy (Betty) Bergman, assembled over...
  • Seeing Charleston, S.C., in a new light

    Seeing Charleston, S.C., in a new light
    CHARLESTON, S.C. — When the email proposing a business meeting in Charleston popped up, it took all of three seconds to say yes. I'd never been to South Carolina, but I've read glowing dispatches from friends and colleagues for years. Southern...
  • GRIT Cycle helps raise money to fight cancer

    GRIT Cycle helps raise money to fight cancer
    This looked more like a rock concert than a spin workout. Everyone who was on a bike in the room was bouncing and singing along with Marisa Wayne, belting out the lyrics to "Don't Stop Believin'," by Journey. They sang in unison. Sunday at GRIT...
  • Rihanna gives LAPD $25,000 after Clippers game selfie mishap

    Rihanna gives LAPD $25,000 after Clippers game selfie mishap
    Singer Rihanna donated $25,000 to a fund for cadets and fallen officers after dropping L.A. Police Commission President Steve Soboroff's cellphone last week as they took a selfie courtside at a Clippers game. Soboroff announced the singer's donation...
  • Value on souvenirs varies widely

    Q: What can you tell me about these plates that I found at a thrift shop? Are they worth anything? A: Indeed they are, and I'm going to invite readers to think this through with me. Clue I: Seen in images, the reader has several plates with a relief...
  • Ask a real estate pro: Investor on hook for previous owner's debt

    Ask a real estate pro: Investor on hook for previous owner's debt
    Board-certified real estate lawyer Gary M. Singer writes about the housing market at SunSentinel.com/housekeys each Friday. To ask him a question, click here. Q: If a third-party investor buys a condominium at an online auction, is the investor...
  • Guard Prince Ali Tweets UConn Might Not Be His Destination

    Guard Prince Ali Tweets UConn Might Not Be His Destination
    Guard Prince Ali, who gave UConn an oral commitment last November, has changed his mind. "After talking it over with my family," Ali saidon Twitter Thursday, "I have decided to re-open my recruitment! I still love UConn and I am still considering UConn!...
  • The archaeology paradox: more laws, less treasure

    The Getty Center in Los Angeles, the Metropolitan Museum in New York and Sotheby's auction house — these are just some of the major institutions that have been forced to repatriate artworks in recent years. Italy, Egypt, Greece, Turkey and...