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  • Many Ravens fans set for trip to Steelers game

    Many Ravens fans set for trip to Steelers game
    After the Ravens won Sunday and gained an NFL playoff spot, Marc Lombardi of Severna Park knew he had to act quickly. So the president of Ravens Roost No. 27 phoned his uncle in Pittsburgh to score some tickets for club members to the team's wild-card...
  • Baltimore promotions website mistakenly lists Smashing Pumpkins as New Year's Eve performer

    Baltimore promotions website mistakenly lists Smashing Pumpkins as New Year's Eve performer
    Oops. The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts listed the name of the wrong band on its website trumpeting: "New Year's Eve Spectacular" events at the Bicentennial Plaza at the Inner Harbor. As of 7 p.m. on New Year's Eve, the site didn't merely...
  • Bryan Voltaggio's Family Meal set to open this Friday in Baltimore

    Bryan Voltaggio's Family Meal set to open this Friday in Baltimore
    Bryan Voltaggio's second Baltimore restaurant, Family Meal, is set to open this Friday on Pratt Street in the Inner Harbor. The former "Top Chef" star opened Aggio in June at Power Plant Live.  Voltaggio has another Family Meal restaurant in Frederick. ...
  • Hogan says city should drive state economy

    Hogan says city should drive state economy
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan, developing a strategy for improving Maryland's economy, says Baltimore should be the state's primary economic engine. "It should be a driver of the whole state," Hogan told The Baltimore Sun Tuesday. "It hasn't been as strong...
  • Commit to the ice, Baltimore

    Commit to the ice, Baltimore
    For someone whose wallet contains a Medicare card, as mine does, ice skating probably isn't the most sensible sport. Still, skating at Rockefeller Plaza has long been on my figurative bucket list, and two years ago, I checked it off and went for it. For...
  • Sip Wine and Dine now open at Ritz-Carlton Residences

    Sip Wine and Dine now open at Ritz-Carlton Residences
    Sip Wine and Dine Baltimore has opened at the Ritz-Carlton Residences, a luxury condominium complex on Key Highway. The restaurant features 72 varieties of wine available by the bottle, full glass, half glass or “by the sip,” a one-ounce...
  • It was a healthy dining scene in Baltimore this year

    It was a healthy dining scene in Baltimore this year
    It was another healthy year for Baltimore dining. Each report of a sudden restaurant closing seemed to be followed by the announcement of a hopeful opening. While neighborhoods like Hampden and Hamilton continued to assert themselves as dining...
  • New Year's dining options in Baltimore

    New Year's dining options in Baltimore
    We've rounded up some New Year's Eve options for you. If we don't say otherwise, assume that reservations are required. Also assume, if we mention a prix-fixe menu, that the regular a la carte menu will not be available. With rare exceptions, early-...
  • Early designs presented for 300 East Pratt tower

    Early designs presented for 300 East Pratt tower
    The final piece of the Pratt Street puzzle began to fall into place Thursday when developers presented initial plans for a hotel and apartment tower on what is now a parking lot. The developers of the high-profile Inner Harbor parcel said they hope to...
  • Lose the chip and get on with it

    Kudos for reporter Jeff Barker's article "Plank says city must lose 'chip on our shoulder'" (Nov. 2). I moved back to Baltimore to be close to my family after many years of being away; I had raised my children in Annapolis, then moved to Florida. My...
  • For the military, Army-Navy game is a big chance to sell itself

    For the military, Army-Navy game is a big chance to sell itself
    At lunchtime Friday the Inner Harbor buzzed with martial activity — all of it carefully calibrated not just to whip up excitement for the Army-Navy game Saturday, but also to sell any youngsters nearby on the idea of a career in the military....