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  • Harbor East's Pabu to reopen next week

    Harbor East's Pabu to reopen next week
    Pabu Izakaya, an Asian restaurant in Harbor East's Four Seasons Hotel, plans to reopen next week after being closed since late January because of water damage. Audrey Slade, director of public relations for Baltimore's Four Seasons Hotel, said the...
  • Orioles announce FanFest 2014 autograph session schedule

    Orioles announce FanFest 2014 autograph session schedule
    The Orioles have announced the autograph schedule for their 2014 FanFest event on Feb. 1. Autograph ticket vouchers go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. on the club’s website. All but one autograph station will require purchase of an autograph voucher,...
  • Condo offers waterfront views in Harbor East

    Condo offers waterfront views in Harbor East
    Impressive views of Harbor East, Little Italy, Federal Hill and the Baltimore waterfront can be found from the windows of this seventh-floor condominium at Spinnaker Bay. With an asking price of $975,000, the property at 717 President St. offers three...
  • People over profit [Commentary]

    People over profit [Commentary]
    In the face of the federal claim that homelessness has been receding since 2010, the U.S. Conference of Mayors reports that most cities are experiencing surges of homelessness. It's perhaps unsurprising, given a recent announcement by the chief federal...
  • Traffic: Collision on I-795 in Lochearn

    Traffic: Collision on I-795 in Lochearn
    The state Department of Transportation reported a collision in Lochearn on Interstate 795 South at the Baltimore Beltway at 8:51 a.m. on Tuesday. No additional information was given. The Maryland Transit Administration reported at 8:55 a.m. that trains...
  • City spending board approves Harbor Point agreements

    City spending board approves Harbor Point agreements
    City officials formally approved agreements Wednesday with the developer of the $1.8 billion Harbor Point project over the protests of Comptroller Joan M. Pratt. The Board of Estimates approval, which was expected, will allow the city to eventually issue...
  • Officials eye water taxi expansion amid growth of harbor neighborhoods

    Officials eye water taxi expansion amid growth of harbor neighborhoods
    About 5 p.m. on a recent afternoon, Kevin Leslie and Chris Zorn, both 28, hopped off a small boat onto a short pier at the Canton waterfront, headed for happy-hour drinks at nearby Claddagh Pub. The friends had met after work — Leslie at Wells...
  • City to consider $35 million bond issue for Harbor Point

    City to consider $35 million bond issue for Harbor Point
    City officials on Monday will consider issuing $35 million in bonds for the massive Harbor Point development — among the final steps before construction can begin on the $1.8 billion waterfront project. Such bond issues by the city's Board of...
  • JPMorgan Chase to invest $67 million in Harbor Point

    JPMorgan Chase to invest $67 million in Harbor Point
    A subsidiary of banking giant JPMorgan Chase & Co. will invest $67 million in Baltimore's Harbor Point development for a 90 percent stake in the 23-story skyscraper that is the planned regional headquarters of energy firm Exelon Corp., city officials...
  • Harbor Point developer places Thames Street Wharf on market

    Harbor Point developer places Thames Street Wharf on market
    The developer of Harbor Point has placed Thames Street Wharf, the Baltimore offices of Morgan Stanley, on the market. Morgan Stanley is the primary tenant in the 277,000 square-foot building, the first in the planned 27-acre Harbor Point development....
  • The difference between 'public rulers' and public servants

    The difference between 'public rulers' and public servants
    Legendary Baltimore radio talk show host Ron Smith referred to our politicians as “public rulers.”  He refused to use their preferred term “public servants” because they rarely if ever act as servants, and if they did, it was...