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  • Station North's Pen & Quill writes the next chapter in food history

    Station North's Pen & Quill writes the next chapter in food history
    Pen & Quill, the newest eatery in the old Chesapeake Restaurant building just north of Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station, feels like exactly the right restaurant, in the right place, at the right time. It’s sophisticated but casual, modern...
  • Judge says Tonkins trying to stall $845K embezzlement trial

    Judge says Tonkins trying to stall $845K embezzlement trial
    Just nine days before their $845,000 embezzlement trial is set to begin, Nancy and William Tonkin drew the ire of a Lehigh County judge on Friday by complaining about their attorney and asking for a continuance. "Quite frankly, I see this as a stall...
  • 12 Beers of Christmas at Franklin Tap and flights at Boundary

    12 Beers of Christmas at Franklin Tap and flights at Boundary
    Here's an opportunity to give yourself or the craft beer drinker in your life the gift that keeps on giving throughout the whole month of December: The 12 Craft Beers of Christmas menu at Franklin Tap (325 S. Franklin St., 312-212-3262).  From Dec. 1-...
  • Plans for the Luxe get replaced with Lakeside Crossing Winter Park

    Plans for the Luxe get replaced with Lakeside Crossing Winter Park
    New apartments are out, and restaurants and retail are in. And now it’s up to the city government to decide if that’s what they want. Last week, Chuck Whittall, the president of Unicorp National Developments, officially withdrew his...
  • One Heart group works with students on feeding the needy

    One Heart group works with students on feeding the needy
    It was an amazing moment, Stephanie Bowman noted, and one to marvel at. It was the site of students inside the cafeteria at Edgewater High School, enjoying a simple task: making sandwiches. Even more remarkable, Bowman said, was the end result,...
  • Co-worker finds a pretender behind those blue eyes

    Co-worker finds a pretender behind those blue eyes
    L.A. Affairs is our weekly column about the current dating scene in and around Los Angeles -- and finding romance in a wired world. If you've got a story to tell, we want to hear it. We pay $300 per published column. Past columns and submission guidelines...
  • At 100, the Baltimore Museum of Art reinvents itself for a younger generation

    At 100, the Baltimore Museum of Art reinvents itself for a younger generation
    The Baltimore Museum of Art is going back to its future. As the museum celebrates its 100th anniversary this weekend, it is committed to reinventing itself for a younger generation of edgy, curious, energetic museum-goers while remaining faithful to the...
  • Algarve Bar & Grill, Rocky Hill

    Algarve Bar & Grill, Rocky Hill
    Despite it's having been open slightly less than the three months I usually wait, I decided to review Algarve Bar & Grill in Rocky Hill because its on-line reviews were very positive and because its customers appeared happy when I stopped in to check on...
  • Flea market opens for business in Margate

    It's got everything from exotic fruit to designer hand bags, food trucks to sports memorabilia. It's the newly opened Coconuts Flea Market in Margate. Located in the Saveology Plaza, 5259 Coconut Creek Parkway, the market has 110,000 square feet for...
  • Ivanhoe Village celebrates Jingle Eve on Saturday

    Ivanhoe Village celebrates Jingle Eve on Saturday
    On Saturday, there will be some holiday cheer mixed with an assortment of other activities, ranging from music to Santa to a wine stroll and beer garden. Welcome to the Ivanhoe Village Jingle Eve. From 6-11 p.m. on Saturday, the Ivanhoe Village...
  • The God Squad: Give thanks for those not thanked enough

    Every year at Thanksgiving time, I try to put some deeper meaning into the easily generalized list of people and things for which I'm thankful. Family, food, health, freedom, soldiers, police, firemen, home and stuffing always top the list, and they'...