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  • Taste of Three Cities food-truck festival expands

     Taste of Three Cities food-truck festival expands
    The organizers of the Taste of Three Cities food-truck festival have announced a major expansion for the fourth annual intra-city culinary competition. This year's edition will take place on three dates, with stops in Washington, Philadelphia and...
  • Celebrating a chilly 'opening day' for newest section of Jones Falls Trail

    Celebrating a chilly 'opening day' for newest section of Jones Falls Trail
    When the latest section of Baltimore's Jones Falls Trail was completed late in the fall, trail boosters thought it best to hold off on a dedication ceremony. Spring weather would be better, they thought. Not exactly. "It was probably warmer then...
  • The 100-year-wait for melt-in-your mouth corned beef

    The 100-year-wait for melt-in-your mouth corned beef
    Until about 11:30 a.m., the deli line at Attman's makes sense. No one takes a number, and no one tells you where to stand. But for decades, customers have formed a line flush against the deli counter from the front of the store to the back, past the...
  • An urban apartment is a natural fit for these Ohio transplants

    An urban apartment is a natural fit for these Ohio transplants
    When Dale and Christi Schmidt moved to Baltimore from Columbus, Ohio, in 2013, they knew city living was the only way to go. All of the other details, such as the neighborhood and furniture, would eventually fall into place. . "We always wanted to...
  • Peruvian food gains popularity in Maryland

    Peruvian food gains popularity in Maryland
    Move over, tacos. See you later, pasta. When it comes to international dining, Peruvian food is what's hot these days — especially in Maryland. Earlier this year, the Huffington Post published a map of the United States showing which cuisine is...
  • Thrifty is better

    Thrifty is better
    Perhaps if municipal pension director Roselyn H. Spencer walked to the Inner Harbor and spoke with a financial counselor at T. Rowe Price she could get all the advice she needed while saving city employees' pension fund at least $5,600 ("City pension...
  • After frustrating winter, some area runners rethink goals

    After frustrating winter, some area runners rethink goals
    A few weeks into the February cold, longtime runner Ryan McGrath felt his motivation plummet. On a Thursday night in Canton, he and a small group ran six 800-meter repeats — high-intensity runs mixed with lighter recovery periods — on a...
  • Looking Out: FreeState Legal names new executive director

    Looking Out: FreeState Legal names new executive director
    FreeState Legal, the legal advocacy organization for low-income lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents in the state, has appointed a new executive director. Patrick Paschall, who most recently served as senior policy counsel at the National...
  • Setting limits on kids requires a plan

    Setting limits on kids requires a plan
    Not long ago, Laura Barnhardt Cech asked, "Is it OK for a 12-year-old to wander the Inner Harbor? Can an 8-year-old play alone in a neighborhood park in Columbia? Is it safe to let a 9-year-old walk to a friend's house in Towson?" In her article, she...
  • Megatron's about to be mega-married after proposing in Baltimore

    Megatron's about to be mega-married after proposing in Baltimore
    Why not propose to your girlfriend while enjoying Baltimore's Inner Harbor?  We learned that Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin 'Megatron' Johnson asked Lions Promotion Manager Brittney McNorton to marry him while they were in Baltimore for the Ed Block...
  • Irish take to the streets for 60th Baltimore St. Patrick's Day Parade

    Irish take to the streets for 60th Baltimore St. Patrick's Day Parade
    Bagpipers, step dancers and green-clad Irish celebrants of all sorts marched the streets Sunday in Baltimore's 60th St. Patrick's Day Parade. Children and adults lined the Charles Street sidewalks from the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon down to the...