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  • New projects abound in Baltimore's challenging hotel market

    New projects abound in Baltimore's challenging hotel market
    The historic Lord Baltimore Hotel sits a block away from the Sheraton Baltimore City Center, but less than a week after the 1926 landmark celebrated a multimillion-dollar restoration, the owners of the aging Sheraton on Fayette Street warned of mass...
  • Man who fell through ceiling at Roxy nightclub to cop: 'What happened?'

    Man who fell through ceiling at Roxy nightclub to cop: 'What happened?'
    Lionel Richie belted, "Oh, what a feeling, when we're dancing on the ceiling," but the singer probably wasn't suggesting people take him literally. But that's what Orlando police say a Texas man did at the Roxy nightclub early Friday. Justin Ponce, 19,...
  • Enfield Man Gets Approval To Open 'Powder Hollow Brewing' Pub

    Enfield Man Gets Approval To Open 'Powder Hollow Brewing' Pub
    ENFIELD – Hazardville will soon be home to a new brew pub. The town's planning and zoning commission Thursday night unanimously approved a local resident's plans to set-up a brew pub at 504 Hazard Avenue. Members of the public not only spoke...
  • Defense: Hein baby born 'near moribund'

    The child known only as "Baby Boy Hein" was born severely ill and underweight, breathed only with difficulty, and was already dead by the time he was left by his mother in the toilet of a pub bathroom, medical experts for Amanda C. Hein have found....
  • Blues flattened by Avalanche

    ST. LOUIS If they didn't have it already, the Colorado Avalanche grabbed the Blues' attention Saturday. In their first season together in the new Central Division, the teams have built the foundation for a strong future rivalry. But with the Blues...
  • Mike Royko was Wrigley Field's poet laureate

     Mike Royko was Wrigley Field's poet laureate
    We can only imagine how much fun it would've been had Mike Royko's fantasy of buying the Cubs come to fruition. The late Chicago columnist, the conscience of Cubs fans from the 1960s through the '90s, met with former A's owner Charlie Finley in the...
  • Florida Film Festival bars: From popcorn to pints

    Florida Film Festival bars: From popcorn to pints
    By now local movie buffs know the drill for the Florida Film Festival: You watch. You laugh. You cry. And then, you drink. No indie film experience is truly complete without a heated discussion of its merits (or lack thereof) at a local bar. If you're...
  • Florida Film Festival: Food has starring role

    Florida Film Festival: Food has starring role
    The Florida Film Festival is not your usual box-of-Jujubes-and-jumbo-soft-drink night on the town. Since 2007 organizers have included a food component with culinary stars of the small screen including Anthony Bourdain, Cat Cora, Matt Lee and Ted Lee, and...
  • From Preview Nights to Pub Crawls, Fringe Festival is on

    From Preview Nights to Pub Crawls, Fringe Festival is on
    In the weeks leading up to May, Michael Marinaccio is trying to spread the word: for those who don’t know what Fringe means, he’s all too happy to educate them. In fact, even though the festival -- officially known as the Orlando...
  • 'The Voice' Coaches Rock Out at Private Show

    The coaches of NBC's hit singing competition "The Voice" may be in the heat of the battle rounds, but they put their team rivalries aside on Thursday night as they gathered for a exclusive acoustic concert at the Sayers Club in Hollywood. Adam Levine,...
  • Daniel 'Rocky' Hyde, tavern owner

    Daniel 'Rocky' Hyde, tavern owner
    Daniel "Rocky" Hyde, a former tavern owner and a retired Maryland State Lottery employee, died of heart failure Wednesday at Franklin Square Medical Center. The Rosedale resident was 65. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Leo Hyde, a postal worker, and...