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Downtown (Baltimore, Maryland)

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  • Baltimore's biggest philanthropists reveal what motivates them

    Baltimore's biggest philanthropists reveal what motivates them
    Baltimore is home to some generous souls. There are those who give time, others who share their ideas and plenty of people willing to open their wallets. Over the years, a number of people have built reputations as philanthropists. Yet however...
  • Fight downtown early Friday ends with two men cut

    Flagged down by concerned people, police responded to a large fight in downtown Baltimore just before 2 a.m., where they found two men injured from cuts. As police arrived on the corner of Market Place and Lombard Street a large group of people had...
  • Downtown parking scam costing victims hundreds of dollars

    Downtown parking scam costing victims hundreds of dollars
    Indianapolis Metropolitan Police are on the lookout for somebody posing as a parking lot attendant across the street from Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The fake attendant has been busy over the last couple months, pocketing money from drivers who end up...
  • Lunch for $10 or less: Mick O'Shea's

    Lunch for $10 or less: Mick O'Shea's
    The good and friendly Irish pub Mick O'Shea's has been a steady presence on a volatile block for going on 20 years. It opened in 1995 but really began to flourish in 2002, when it was taken over by brother and sister Dave Niehenke and Stephanie Webber. A...
  • PriceRite will open Wednesday in Pigtown

    The PriceRite discount supermarket planned for the Mount Clare Junction shopping plaza in West Baltimore will open Wednesday, the chain said today. The Sun's Steve Kilar reported in October that PriceRite had signed a lease to open in a 39,000-square-...
  • All it took was some ribbon, silk and tulle

    All it took was some ribbon, silk and tulle
    “Let’s try that one first,” I said, pointing to the craziest wedding gown the saleswoman had selected for me. It was tight through the hips, with geometric ribbon designs that started on the bodice and trailed down through the choppy...
  • Baltimore's new downtown

    Baltimore's new downtown
    Harbor East is moving farther east with baker-cum-developer John Paterakis Sr.'s announcement Friday that he will break ground this summer on a new, mega-Whole Foods and later on a new residential/retail building across Central Avenue from the...
  • Soft-shell crab specials, Birroteca chef moves to Fork & Wrench

    Some dozen Baltimore restaurants will be adding soft-shell crab specials to their menus for Baltimore's fifth annual Soft-Shell Crab Celebration. The restaurant promotion, sponsored by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, will run May 24 through June...
  • Soft-Shell Crab Celebration begins Friday

    Soft-Shell Crab Celebration begins Friday
    Some two dozen Baltimore restaurants are adding special soft-shell crab specials to their menus for Baltimore's fifth annual Soft-Shell Crab Celebration. The restaurant promotion, sponsored by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, will run Friday...
  • Home briefs: Fine Furnishings Show this weekend; House Downtown remodels

    Mid-Atlantic Fine Furnishings Show Rug maker Michael Heilman will highlight the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Fine Furnishings Show, which will take place at Maryland State Fairgrounds on May 3-5. Heilman will use handheld rug-making tools dating from 1870 to 1970...
  • Downtown development hasn't brought prosperity to Baltimore

    Downtown development hasn't brought prosperity to Baltimore
    Here we go again: City leaders want to invest more public dollars in the Inner Harbor ("Improving the city's 'playground,''' April 24). One would have thought had learned from the mistakes of the past. The Inner Harbor long has symbolized the wrong turn...