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  • Prosecutor defends Dixon case

    State Prosecutor Robert A. Rohrbaugh defended Thursday the indictment he brought against Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon and asserted in court papers that a jury needs to decide if Dixon falsified ethics forms and stole gift cards intended for needy...
  • Drama from former Senator Theatre owner

    Drama from former Senator Theatre owner
    From the Maryland Politics blog: Meetings of the city's spending board are generally sleepy bureaucratic pageants, punctuated by the occasional protest from contractors or sopping arrival of officials caught in the rain. But Tom Kiefaber, who ran the...
  • The Senator hopes to head into the black starting with 'Red'

    The Senator hopes to head into the black starting with 'Red'
    "Coming Soon," reads the marquee at the Senator Theatre. Change that to "Coming Sooner Than You Think." Buzz and Kathleen Cusack, the new managers of the landmark North Baltimore movie house, have scheduled an Oct. 15 reopening for the cinema. They will...
  • The Senator's second take

    The Senator's second take
    There's a Kelly green aerial lift parked in the lobby of the Senator Theatre, and a steady sound of scraping as an art restoration expert in the auditorium carefully extracts paint samples from the proscenium arch flanking the stage. A section of the...
  • End of an era at the Senator Theatre

    End of an era at the Senator Theatre
    It really was the last picture show. Baltimore's most passionate advocate of historic movie houses stood before the stage last night, and addressed a standing room only crowd of about 1,000. His voice cracking a little with emotion, he said, for the...
  • Exploding food

     
    I was going to do a post on popcorn this week. I just hadn't gotten around to it. Sunday night I popped my own popcorn for the first time in, I don't know, years. My recipe is simple: You take......
  • Vietnamese restaurant news

     
    Consumer blogger Liz Kay tells me Saigon Remembered across from the Senator Theatre in Govans has reopened after being closed for a couple of weeks. Banh mi (Vietnamese sandwiches on a baguette) are now available at lunchtime, and the restaurant......
  • Real-life heroes, Hollywood style

    The most realistic parts of Ladder 49, the new film shot in Baltimore and starring John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix, are the things that movie-goers will never see on-screen. They won't see Baltimore Fire Lt. Mark Yant standing just inside the door of a...
  • New storm, more misery

    As Marylanders struggled to recover from Isabel's destruction, another storm hit early yesterday, dumping heavy rain on an already soaked region, renewing fears of flooding, forcing the closure of more roads and setting back efforts to restore power....
  • 'Divine Trash' Steve Yeager's winning documentary on John Waters could be the start of something big

    'Divine Trash' Steve Yeager's winning documentary on John Waters could be the start of something big
    While John Waters filmed "Pink Flamingos" a quarter century ago, Steve Yeager, another young moviemaker, filmed him filming "Pink Flamingos." We know what happened to Waters' footage. After its general release in 1973, "Pink Flamingos" became one the...