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  • Cava Mezze, DC-based Greek restaurant, headed to Harbor East

    Cava Mezze, DC-based Greek restaurant, headed to Harbor East
    The owners of Cava Mezze, a Washington-based group of informal Greek restaurants, have signed a lease for their first Baltimore location. Cava Mezze will open in the Hyatt Place Hotel, a $24.4 million construction project just underway at the...
  • Where to dine on Thanksgiving Day in Baltimore

    Where to dine on Thanksgiving Day in Baltimore
    Yes, it's going to be an unusual Thanksgiving -- conciding with the start of Hannukah and topped with the Baltimore Ravens hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium. If you're looking for a place to celebrate on the town, these restaurants say...
  • Justin Tucker's reality-show-worthy marriage proposal

    Justin Tucker's reality-show-worthy marriage proposal
    Justin Tucker's proposal to his longtime girlfriend Amanda Bass had it all: a stunning view of the Inner Harbor, a performance by famous musicians and a runway flanked by scores of flickering candles. Add in shiny good looks of the Ravens kicker and the...
  • With Harbor Point, losing faith in Baltimore

    With Harbor Point, losing faith in Baltimore
    Nearly 13 years ago, I moved to Baltimore as a volunteer to work with the underserved population. At that time, I was idealistically dedicated to being part of the city and working with its neediest people. Since then, the city government has offered...
  • 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...
  • Most city neighborhoods get little in enterprise tax breaks

    Most city neighborhoods get little in enterprise tax breaks
    Close to 300 commercial properties in Baltimore are getting a property tax break this year thanks to the city’s Enterprise Zone program, which has a stated purpose of attracting development and jobs to poorer areas. But while the benefits were...
  • 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...
  • Charleston, Cindy Wolf's masterpiece, basking in an autumnal glow

    Charleston, Cindy Wolf's masterpiece, basking in an autumnal glow
    On a recent Saturday night, diners strode into Charleston's main dining room with confident smiles. They couldn't wait for the evening to start. They knew, either firsthand or by reputation, that they were in extremely capable hands. When Charleston...
  • Parking ticket shows citation was issued too soon

    Parking ticket shows citation was issued too soon
    When Dennis ONeal returned to his car last week after eating lunch in Harbor East, he was stunned to see a parking ticket on his windshield. And for good reason: The $32 ticket had been issued just nine minutes after he paid for a full hour of street...
  • Love hits a home run at Camden Yards

    Love hits a home run at Camden Yards
    Date: June 22, 2013 Her story: Katherine Cox, 28, grew up in Baltimore. She is an exercise physiologist in the cardiac department at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital. Her mother, Donna Cox, works for the L. Warner Cos. Inc. in Timonium, and her father,...
  • Council gives preliminary OK to Harbor Point financing

    Council gives preliminary OK to Harbor Point financing
    After weeks of protests, the Baltimore City Council granted preliminary approval Monday evening to more than $100 million in public financing for the upscale Harbor Point development. In an 11-3 vote, the council authorized bonds to pay for the project'...