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  • Phillips Seafood will open in ESPN Zone space in fall 2011, Cordish announces

    Phillips Seafood will open in ESPN Zone space in fall 2011, Cordish announces
    Phillips Seafood and the Cordish Cos. announced today that Phillips will remain in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, moving into the former ESPN Zone space at the Power Plant. The Power Plant location is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2011. You can...
  • ESPN Zone replaced by Phillips Seafood

    ESPN Zone replaced by Phillips Seafood
    The old ESPN Zone space in the Inner Harbor has a new tenant in Phillips Seafood, David Cordish confirmed this morning.  ESPN Zone opened on Pratt Street in 1998, and closed definitely in June of last year in a big corporate shutdown of several of the...
  • One dead, one injured at Arundel Mills slots construction site

    One dead, one injured at Arundel Mills slots construction site
    A 27-year-old construction worker from Pennsylvania was killed and another worker severely injured after officials said a precast concrete wall collapsed Friday morning at the slots parlor construction site at Arundel Mills mall. Inspectors with the...
  • Leinenkugel's Beer Garden at Power Plant Live to open in September

    Leinenkugel's Beer Garden at Power Plant Live to open in September
    Power Plant Live's new beer hall, Leinenkugel's, has an opening date. The new bar and restaurant will have a soft opening on September 2 to coincide with the Grand Prix and an official grand opening on September 9. The addition of Leinenkugel's to Power...
  • Here's the beer menu at Leinenkugel's Beer Garden

    Leinenkugel's Beer Garden won't open for another month, but here's a partial list of the beers they'll have on tap and by the bottle. Cordish Cos., the new beer garden's landlords at Power Plant Live, sent over the menu. It's a mix of regional craft...
  • After decades, beer gardens are back in vogue

    After decades, beer gardens are back in vogue
    A year ago, Hope Tarr found herself marveling at a new beer garden inBrooklyn. Tarr, who co-created an iPhone app that tracks beer gardens in New York City, had grown up in Baltimore listening about these outdoor promised lands where German suds flowed...
  • Engineer fined $5,000 in pro-slots sign theft

    An engineer suspected of removing more than 70 pro-slots signs before last year's slots referendum in Anne Arundel County was fined $5,000 Thursday by a judge and granted probation before judgment on a single conviction of theft. David Scott Corrigan,...
  • From Sun Magazine: David Cordish Q&A

    From Sun Magazine: David Cordish Q&A
    Love him or hate him, David S. Cordish, 71, is a man who gets things done. As the head of the Cordish Companies, he turned a languid patch of downtown into the open-air dining and night life destination Power Plant Live! and then brought the idea to other...
  • Md. projects seek foreign dollars from would-be immigrants

    The private developers of two high-profile state projects are seeking financing through a visa program that lets wealthy foreigners go to the front of the line for green cards and possible U.S. citizenship in return for a $500,000 investment....
  • Maryland Live! Casino names general manager

    Maryland Live! Casino announced Tuesday that gambling industry veteran Robert J. Norton has been named president and general manager of the slots parlor under construction at Arundel Mills mall. Previously, Norton was an executive at MTR Gaming Group,...
  • Obrycki's closes its doors, rejects location at Arundel Mills

    Obrycki's closes its doors, rejects location at Arundel Mills
      In one corner of the bar, a couple finished a crab cake sandwich. In the dining room, several families wearing lobster bibs struggled with their steamed crabs. That Saturday's lunch at Obrycki's in Fells Point was business as usual belied the fact...