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  • Maryland Film Festival makes a new home in Station North

    Maryland Film Festival makes a new home in Station North
    Grumblings seemed few as the 16th Maryland Film Festival wrapped up Sunday, having weathered a forced relocation to North Avenue and other nearby areas. "I've been really enjoying it," cinephile Greg Golinski said Saturday, about halfway through his...
  • Goldfish on bikes, unicorns with trumpets—it must be Artscape

    Goldfish on bikes, unicorns with trumpets—it must be Artscape
    A man bicycled up Charles Street, towing a platform on which balanced a goldfish in a bowl. Children tossed dice the size of coolers, skipped across an oversized hopscotch course and flung rings onto the necks of dinosaurs in an apocalyptic diorama....
  • Timothy Dyson is leaving Bluegrass, headed for Dooby's

    Timothy Dyson is leaving Bluegrass, headed for Dooby's
    Timothy Dyson is leaving Bluegrass in South Baltimore, where he's been the executive chef for just about two years, to join the team at Dooby's in Mount Vernon. Dyson's first official day as executive chef at Dooby's is Tuesday, but he'll be helping...
  • Maryland Film Festival moving from the Charles Theatre

    Maryland Film Festival moving from the Charles Theatre
    After 15 years at the Charles Theatre, the Maryland Film Festival will be moving into new digs in May. The operators of the Charles, James “Buzz” Cusack and his daughter, Kathleen Cusack Lyon, chose not to rent their five-screen facility...
  • Event info: Cinema Sundays at The Charles Theatre

    Event info: Cinema Sundays at The Charles Theatre
  • Shuttered for decades, The Chesapeake to open Monday

    Shuttered for decades, The Chesapeake to open Monday
    A new restaurant named The Chesapeake will open Monday, according to one of the developers, in Charles North, where another restaurant named the Chesapeake closed more than 20 years ago. A mainstay of Baltimore dining for decades, the old Chesapeake...
  • After 24 years, your table is ready

    After 24 years, your table is ready
    For decades, the well-heeled and hungry went to the Chesapeake Restaurant at the corner of Charles and Lanvale streets for formally served dinners of charcoal-broiled steaks, unabashedly rich seafood dishes like jumbo crab lumps au gratin and a decadent...
  • Now Serving: Our first look at the new Chesapeake

    Now Serving: Our first look at the new Chesapeake
    The original Chesapeake Restaurant was a Baltimore dining institution for more than 50 years until it closed in the late 1980s. After a 24-year dormancy, the doors at 1701 North Charles St. are open again. The new restaurant began dinner service on...
  • Matt Porterfield's new film gets Baltimore release date

    Matt Porterfield's new film gets Baltimore release date
    Matt Porterfield's new film, "I Used To Be Darker," has been a festival favorite abroad. But soon Baltimore will get the first wider-release peek. According to a statement, the Baltimore director's third film will have its national opening in Baltimore...
  • Back Story: Concerts of note held by Left Bank Jazz Society

    Back Story: Concerts of note held by Left Bank Jazz Society
    For jazz aficionados, news that the Baltimore Jazz Alliance is reviving the Sunday evening cabaret concerts, which for years were sponsored by the nonprofit Left Bank Jazz Society at the old Famous Ballroom on North Charles Street, will indeed be most...
  • 'Hit & Stay' looks to Catonsville Nine and beyond

    'Hit & Stay' looks to Catonsville Nine and beyond
    Joe Tropea thought he was writing a research paper on the Catonsville Nine, a group of Catholic anti-war activists who set draft records ablaze outside a Selective Service office in 1968. But what he was really working on was a movie script. "I just got...