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  • Crowded Baltimore sponsorship market strained by new sports entities

    Crowded Baltimore sponsorship market strained by new sports entities
    Baltimore's reputation as a sports city continues to grow, thanks to the Super Bowl champion Ravens and the surging Orioles. It's also known for losing corporate headquarters, making it the largest U.S. city without a Fortune 500 company. That...
  • Pearl Jam to play 1st Mariner Arena in October

    Pearl Jam to play 1st Mariner Arena in October
    Could it be: A major touring act has chosen to play Baltimore — but not Washington — on its North American tour? In the rare case of Pearl Jam and its just-announced, two-leg, 24-date fall tour, the answer is yes. Eddie Vedder and Co. will...
  • 1st Mariner Arena turns 50 amid calls for its replacement

    1st Mariner Arena turns 50 amid calls for its replacement
    The Baltimore Civic Center opened on Oct. 23, 1962, with the hometown debut of the Baltimore Clippers hockey team. This week, it celebrates the beginning of its 50th year with nine performances of "Disney on Ice." In between, the arena has hosted the...
  • So long, 1st Mariner. Welcome back, Baltimore Arena

    So long, 1st Mariner. Welcome back, Baltimore Arena
    Good thing they held on to that baltimorearena.com Web address. What until this week had been known as 1st Mariner Arena, Baltimore's largest concert and indoor sports venue, is officially dropping the reference to 1st Mariner Bank from its name and...
  • Baltimore tourism business steady, but Otakon's exit points to future challenges

    Baltimore tourism business steady, but Otakon's exit points to future challenges
    Even after losing Otakon, the city's biggest convention, Visit Baltimore promoted its success booking future conventions last week. Baltimore's tourism business ticked up somewhat in fiscal year 2013, which ended June 30. Visit Baltimore, the city's...
  • Mixed martial arts training facility to open in Bel Air

    Mixed Martial Arts has come to Bel Air. Ground Control – Bel Air, an MMA training and fitness center, is celebrating its official grand opening and open house on Saturday, March 9 from 1 to 5 p.m. The new facility is at 305 S. Atwood in Bel Air....
  • 'Earl the Pearl' celebrates autobiography and Baltimore

    'Earl the Pearl' celebrates autobiography and Baltimore
    Fred Carter didn't know Earl Monroe entered the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a Baltimore Bullet. "Earl went into the Hall of Fame as a Bullet?" Carter said Wednesday in a phone interview. "That's surprising." Carter — teammates...
  • WWE returning to Baltimore in July with Raw event at 1st Mariner Arena

    WWE returning to Baltimore in July with Raw event at 1st Mariner Arena
    WWE is bringing a live event and an episode of Monday Night Raw back to Maryland. Ocean City will host a live event on July 6, with Randy Orton, World Heavyweight champion Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler, Fandango, Jack Swagger and more scheduled to...
  • As Tiger Arena opens, Towson searches for return on investment

    As Tiger Arena opens, Towson searches for return on investment
    Towson University's new arena opens to the public Wednesday night when the Harlem Globetrotters tip off the first of three games in three nights. The traveling basketball troupe is making a special stop — it usually tours in the United States from...
  • The mayor and the lobbyist

    The mayor and the lobbyist
    Based on what we know so far, there does not appear to be anything illegal about the way Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has carried on her friendship with City Hall's top lobbyist, Lisa Harris Jones. Strictly speaking, there may not be anything...
  • Globetrotters to dribble nearly 8 miles from Inner Harbor to Towson's new arena

    Four members of the Harlem Globetrotters will take turns dribbling and spinning basketballs during a 7.7 mile walk from the Inner Harbor to Towson University's new arena Monday morning. The Globetrotters -- who, according to a Reuters report, are up for...