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  • David M. Alex, forklift operator

    David M. Alex, forklift operator
    David M. Alex, a warehouse forklift operator and sports enthusiast, died of a heart attack March 10 while at work. The Southeast Baltimore resident was 50. Friends said that Mr. Alex was talking to co-workers about the University of Maryland men's...
  • Wes Anderson's 'Grand Budapest Hotel' builds at the box office

    (This article has been updated since its original posting. See note below.) Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" is going strong at the box office as the film's slow expansion — now 304 theaters in its third weekend of release — brought...
  • Across from Harbor Point, an unofficial air-monitoring effort

    Across from Harbor Point, an unofficial air-monitoring effort
    Ana Rule stepped onto a balcony outside the Inn at the Black Olive Sunday morning to check the first results of an unusual air-monitoring effort — one intended to make sure official monitoring across the street is accurate. The hotel in Baltimore'...
  • Box Office: 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Builds Steam With $6.7 Mil in Limited Release

    The box office is looking grand for Wes Anderson as his latest pic continues to perform well in limited release. Now at 304 theaters, "The Grand Budapest Hotel" has brought in $6.7 million in its third weekend with a per-screen average of around $22,000....
  • South Florida hotels see stellar February

    Last month, Broward County hotels had another stellar performance with 90 percent occupancy, the highest February occupancy since 2008, according to data released from STR Inc. The jump from a year ago was substantial. February 2013's occupancy rate was...
  • New Hampshire politician steps aside after running over five ducks

    New Hampshire politician steps aside after running over five ducks
    When David Campbell, a New Hampshire state representative from Nashua, drove the wrong way in a hotel driveway and ran over five ducks, he knew that he had a problem. He didn't know that the incident would leave him a dead duck politically. Campbell,...
  • Lord Baltimore Hotel celebrates renovation

    Lord Baltimore Hotel celebrates renovation
    The new owners of the city's historic Lord Baltimore Hotel will celebrate the completion of a multimillion dollar renovation Thursday. The private, family-owned Rubell Hotels declined to name the final cost of its floor-by-floor overhaul of the 23-...
  • City-owned Hilton spends most of its occupancy tax set-aside on debt service

    City-owned Hilton spends most of its occupancy tax set-aside on debt service
    The city-owned Hilton Baltimore spent nearly all of the $2.8 million it generated in hotel occupancy taxes — money the city gave it last year to help the struggling convention center hotel make its debt payments, officials said. The hotel did...
  • Hanging out in Haiti with Madison Smartt Bell

    Hanging out in Haiti with Madison Smartt Bell
    It's practically impossible for Americans to learn much about the country of Haiti without running into the works of Goucher College's creative writing professor and award-winning novelist Madison Smartt Bell. Along with a dozen or so published pieces,...
  • Go Away With ... Lucas Neff

    Go Away With ... Lucas Neff
    Raised in Chicago and now a resident of Los Angeles, Lucas Neff is best known to television viewers as Jimmy Chance, the young dad on the Fox series "Raising Hope" whose series finale is scheduled to air on Friday, April 4. And he's the first to admit...
  • 'Box Girl' puts the art of survival in L.A. on display

     'Box Girl' puts the art of survival in L.A. on display
    When Lilibet Snellings moved to Los Angeles at age 22, she quickly became a "slash": a writer/editor/actress/model/waitress/Box Girl. One night every week, Snellings would go to the Standard Hotel in West Hollywood, put on a pair of white boy shorts and a...