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Inner Harbor

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  • Foraging for Flavor: Tsunami ready to break the mold once again

    Foraging for Flavor: Tsunami ready to break the mold once again
    When Tsunami Sushi Bar and Lounge opened in 1998, West Street was not the bustling, cosmopolitan street that it is today. The restaurant, which is located near the corner of West and Calvert, marked the outer-reaches of gentrified downtown and entry to...
  • Woman jumps to her death in Baltimore, infant son also dead

    Police in Baltimore say a woman has died after jumping from a parking garage. Her 5-month-old son found in her car is also dead. Officers were called to a downtown parking garage about two blocks from the Inner Harbor around 8 p.m. Tuesday for a report...
  • Tornado warning issued as severe storms cross Baltimore region

    Tornado warning issued as severe storms cross Baltimore region
    A tornado warning was issued in northeastern Baltimore County and western Harford County, and large hail and wind gusts approaching 60 mph have been reported as severe storms cross the Baltimore area Tuesday evening. The tornado warning was issued for...
  • Marriott selects BricknFire Pizza Co. in concept competition

    Marriott selects BricknFire Pizza Co. in concept competition
    BricknFire Pizza Co., a Catonsville-based coal-fire pizza company, is the winner of a "Shark Tank"-style competition for restaurant concepts held by the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards, the hotel announced on Monday. Established in 2014 ...
  • Visions of Annapolis: The future of downtown starts at the waterfront

    Visions of Annapolis: The future of downtown starts at the waterfront
    A black Jeep Wrangler on Dock Street is sandwiched between a blue Land Rover LR2 and a white Chevy Suburban. It's nearly 75 degrees on a Monday in Annapolis. City Dock bustles as the French frigate Hermione arrives and the 190 parking spaces adjacent to...
  • Sen. Cardin discusses Baltimore business climate at town hall meeting

    Sen. Cardin discusses Baltimore business climate at town hall meeting
    Every Father's Day, Sen. Ben Cardin said, he gets to be the one to decide what the day holds for him and his wife. So on Sunday, the two walked the Inner Harbor, with Cardin taking note of how crowded the restaurants lining the water were — a...
  • Baltimore wants to know: How do you say L'Hermione?

    Baltimore wants to know: How do you say L'Hermione?
    "How do you say her name?" Of all the questions there are to ask about the visiting tall ship L' Hermione, that is the one the crew says it hears most often. The imposing frigate, a replica of the 18th-century ship that brought the Marquis de...
  • Day trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •"South Pacific," Allenbury Resort, lunch, July 23. $89. "Inspire," American Music Theatre, lunch at Fulton Steamboat, Aug. 20. $86. Operation Sunshine, 610-435-9155. •TV and Movie Sites Guided Tour, New York City, Madame...
  • World Refugee Day marked in downtown Baltimore

    World Refugee Day marked in downtown Baltimore
    Nicole Tingler and her relatives passed through various stations set up in McKeldin Square on Saturday to raise awareness about the world's refugee crisis. They pressed their hands into paint to leave handprints on a wall. They learned about how...
  • Planning for Md. offshore wind project gets underway

    Planning for Md. offshore wind project gets underway
    The energy of offshore wind is beginning to be felt in Maryland long before any of the giant turbines have been planted off the coast. Survey vessels recently began examining the Atlantic Ocean bottom off Ocean City, as planning starts in Baltimore...
  • Group holds vigil for South Carolina victims

    Group holds vigil for South Carolina victims
    They didn't know the nine people killed in a South Carolina church this week, but the members of the small group that gathered Friday on McKeldin Square did know something about the pain inflicted on a community grappling with tragedy and questions of...