| Jul 13, 2011
| 2:45 PM
At 12:01 Friday morning, it will be over. Much has been made these past few weeks about July 15, when the 10-year juggernaut of a movie franchise comes to a close with its final installment: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II." My son, his four...
| Jul 16, 2011
| 1:33 PM
Thomas A. Kiefaber, a candidate for City Council president, has been ordered to stay away from the historic theater he once owned after its new operator alleged he assaulted staff members on the opening night of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -...
| Jul 22, 2011
| 2:36 PM
Thomas A. Kiefaber was ordered Friday to stay away from the historic Senator Theatre he once owned, as well as the Charles Theatre, for six months.
Baltimore District Judge Halee F. Weinstein signed the order after the new operator of the Senator Theatre...
| Jul 23, 2011
| 6:51 PM
Thomas A. Kiefaber, a candidate for City Council president, is banned from City Hall unless he's expected — and escorted — by someone inside, according to a letter sent to him this month by the Baltimore City solicitor.
The letter says he...
| Jul 28, 2011
| 3:02 PM
An article in Wednesday's editions about Baltimore County schools hiring non-school-based employees despite cutting teaching positions incorrectly reported that a $19 million increase in salaries and benefits was only for county teachers. In fact, it...
| Aug 10, 2011
| 7:26 AM
Operators of the Senator Theatre won approval from the city's historical preservation board Tuesday to renovate the North Baltimore landmark and expand it with three new screens and a wine bar.
The city's Commission for Historical and Architectural...
| Aug 10, 2011
| 6:09 PM
Baltimore's Board of Estimates approved a $700,000 loan to the operators of the Senator Theatre as well as a modified lease for the space at its meeting Wednesday morning.
The loan is part of the financing that James "Buzz" Cusack and his daughter,...
| Aug 23, 2011
| 8:20 PM
The Roosevelt Recreation Center on Aug. 23 looked like a voting precinct on Election Day.
Although the Democratic and Republican primaries aren't until Sept. 13 and Roosevelt isn't a voting place, it was the center of attention — and campaign signs...
| Sep 4, 2011
| 3:20 PM
Campaigning on foot along a stretch of tidy brick rowhouses in East Baltimore, joined by a small entourage of family members, campaign consultants and volunteers, City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young rarely needs an introduction.
| Sep 12, 2011
| 6:07 PM
They rapped on doors, waved bright signs, groused about the media, ate chicken wings, and shook hands — lots and lots of hands.
The women and men hoping to win the Democratic nomination to be Baltimore's next mayor whirled through the city Monday,...
| Sep 13, 2011
| 11:26 PM
City Councilman Carl Stokes said he surprised himself with his wide margin of victory over Odette Ramos in Tuesday's Democratic primary race to represent Charles Village.
"It's much more than I expected, frankly," Stokes, an appointed councilman who...