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  • Couple arrested in 2 Federal Hill robberies, suspected in others in city

    Couple arrested in 2 Federal Hill robberies, suspected in others in city
    A man and woman were arrested this weekend in two armed robberies in Federal Hill, and are suspects in several other robberies over a six-week period in some of Baltimore's most popular neighborhoods, according to Baltimore Police. Charged with the...
  • Awards celebrate Baltimore women with spirit

    Awards celebrate Baltimore women with spirit
    Alice Ann Finnerty, 75, was born in Baltimore, grew up in Baltimore, was married in Baltimore, raised six children in Baltimore and ran two businesses in Baltimore. In September, she was honored with the 2013 Spirited Woman of Baltimore Award, recognizing...
  • Fort McHenry captures the glory of Defenders' Day

    Fort McHenry captures the glory of Defenders' Day
    Baltimore went a little War-of-1812-crazy last year, when some 1.5 million people crowded into the Inner Harbor to celebrate the bicentennial of the last time Great Britain invaded the U.S. And things should get even crazier next year, when Charm City...
  • A few Baltimore restaurants dip into the Cronut craze

    A few Baltimore restaurants dip into the Cronut craze
    Hey, wanna buy a Cronut? We're talking a real Cronut here, the original cream-filled, glazed cross between a croissant and doughnut that you can buy at only one place in the world: the Dominique Ansel Bakery, a French pastry shop in New York City's SoHo...
  • Tales from a hunt for the perfect Baltimore home

    Tales from a hunt for the perfect Baltimore home
    Cindy Cowman is just the type of person Baltimore officials want to woo: an empty-nester living in the suburbs, looking for an urban lifestyle and willing to invest in an older home. "I wanted to be in the city, with a high walkability score and a lot of...
  • Betamore startup Riskive sees unmet need protecting social media accounts

    Betamore startup Riskive sees unmet need protecting social media accounts
    Anyone active in online social networking has likely received one: A message from someone who clicked on the wrong link, flooding friends' inboxes or feeds with more links about weight loss drugs or shocking photos. Or you might remember that time Burger...
  • Boating bounces back — with luxury appeal as well

    Boating bounces back — with luxury appeal as well
    On a breezy, sunny day, the waters of the Chesapeake Bay are a beautiful, wild place. White-capped waves hide the teeming life below the surface as shifting winds keep boaters on their toes. Sailboats keel over with each gust of wind, and powerboats...
  • At HomeSlyce in Mount Vernon, pizza gets the foodie treatment

    At HomeSlyce in Mount Vernon, pizza gets the foodie treatment
    In these food-happy times, even the pizza joint has evolved beyond the slice-and-soda model into something the most diehard foodie could love. HomeSlyce is proof. The bar/restaurant, which has Federal Hill and Mount Vernon locations, joins a handful...
  • Hampden gets its own old-fashioned ice cream parlor

    Laura and David Alima opened their Hampden ice cream shop, The Charmery, on Saturday. The Charmery serves the Alimas' hand-crafted, made-on-premises ice cream in fresh scoops and in sundaes, sodas and milkshakes. The ice-cream menu includes traditional...
  • Should the Grand Prix be a symbol of Baltimore?

    Should the Grand Prix be a symbol of Baltimore?
    This will be the third year in a row that Baltimore tries to get its head wrapped around an IndyCar race on our downtown boulevards, and the question is: Are we there yet? Is Baltimore now a Grand Prix town, and is that even something we want? The world...
  • Little Italy facing big challenges

    Little Italy facing big challenges
    When utility crews dug up the intersection of Eastern Avenue and South High Street a couple of years ago, Gia Blatterman stood nearby and tried to picture Little Italy in 50 years. Would the low-slung rowhomes and Italian restaurants have given way to...