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  • 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...
  • Lois G. Caplan, library supervisor

    Lois G. Caplan, library supervisor
    Lois G. Caplan, a retired library supervisor and film buff, died Dec. 25 of cancer at her Arnold home. She was 71. A daughter of dungaree manufacturers, the former Lois Gloria Simons was born and raised in Philadelphia, where she graduated in 1960 from...
  • Md. film festivals offered advance look at Oscar nominees

    Md. film festivals offered advance look at Oscar nominees
    Local film fans may have a leg up on the competition when it comes to their Oscar pools, thanks to the folks at the Maryland Film Festival and Chesapeake Film Festival. "Beasts of the Southern Wild," which enjoyed a long run at The Charles Theatre last...
  • Sofi's Crepes opens in Fells Point

    Sofi's Crepes opens in Fells Point
    A new Sofi's Crepes has opened in Fells Point. The new cafe is in the Brown's Wharf complex on Thames Street, which also houses Amuse Toys and Ten Thousand Villages. The new location, which is set back in the courtyard, facing the pier, will have a...
  • 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...
  • Like/Dislike with Baltimore artist Lauren Boilini

    Like/Dislike with Baltimore artist Lauren Boilini
    In 2006, local painter Lauren Boilini left the Midwest for graduate school in Baltimore, and she never left. She stayed to teach and become a part of the art community, and now is a painting and drawing instructor at MICA. Boilini, 29, was born in...
  • Group focuses youths on community, justice

    Group focuses youths on community, justice
    Shortly before Rashad Hawkins was born, his family left one of Baltimore's toughest housing projects to seek a better life. Yet moving a few blocks away didn't negate the exposure to urban poverty, drugs and crime. "The man that raised me as his own son...
  • '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...