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  • Describing healthy 60-somethings as 'elderly' is not OK [Letter]

    Reporter Carrie Wells recently described a woman who was injured in a boat accident as "elderly" ("Woman rescued from fire on boat in Harbor East," May 17). The woman was described as 68 years old. As a woman who is turning 70 in a few days, I took...
  • Too 'elderly' to be president? [Letter]

    Too 'elderly' to be president? [Letter]
    A recent article about a 68-year-old woman rescued from a burning boat described her as "a seriously injured elderly woman" ("Woman rescued from fire on boat in Harbor East," May 17). Hmmm. I guess we better not consider Hillary Clinton for president...
  • Harborplace owners move forward with plans to improve pavilions

    Harborplace owners move forward with plans to improve pavilions
    Baltimore officials said the owners of Harborplace are moving closer to renovating the signature Inner Harbor properties, which have faded since their celebrated opening more than 30 years ago into a collection of stores dominated by chain restaurants,...
  • Great Baltimore cocktails: The Kentucky Navy at The Tavern Room

    Great Baltimore cocktails: The Kentucky Navy at The Tavern Room
    Drinking makes you smarter -- at least, that's the case at Harbor East's The Tavern Room. In name and style, this newly opened front division of Fleet Street Kitchen portrays a laid-back sense of refinement that's a nod to both classic American...
  • Downtown reports job gains in 2013

    Downtown reports job gains in 2013
    The number of jobs in downtown Baltimore topped pre-recession levels for the first time last year, according to an annual report to be released Thursday. Downtown employment rose to about 122,000 in 2013, up 8 percent from 2012 and 7 percent since 2007,...
  • Harbor Point developers get key approval from environmental regulators

    Harbor Point developers get key approval from environmental regulators
    Environmental regulators gave a key approval to Harbor Point developers Thursday, but said they need to review more data before work that would open a currently-closed toxic waste site can start. The Environmental Protection Agency and the Maryland...
  • Making soul food and Southern cuisine healthier

    Making soul food and Southern cuisine healthier
    On a crisp spring morning, chef David Thomas stands in the kitchen of his Parkville cafe, Herb & Soul, prepping for a busy day of cooking. Plastic tubs overflow with fresh kale, while shelves hold spices that will impart flavor to the chef's Old Bay...
  • Apartment tower proposed for Inner Harbor site

    Apartment tower proposed for Inner Harbor site
    A Pikesville developer will present plans to the city next week to build one of Baltimore's tallest buildings on the site of the former McCormick & Co. spice factory at the Inner Harbor, transforming the skyline with a luxury apartment tower. The Questar...
  • Loyola Blakefield team conjures imaginary plan for Harbor Point

    They toured the site — 27 aces of prime waterfront property wedged between ritzy Harbor East and trendy Fell's Point in Baltimore City. They met with the developer, who reviewed his $1 billion project of offices, retail, residential and hotel....
  • New projects abound in Baltimore's challenging hotel market

    New projects abound in Baltimore's challenging hotel market
    The historic Lord Baltimore Hotel sits a block away from the Sheraton Baltimore City Center, but less than a week after the 1926 landmark celebrated a multimillion-dollar restoration, the owners of the aging Sheraton on Fayette Street warned of mass...
  • Pandora looks to expand presence, brand

    Pandora looks to expand presence, brand
    Shoppers have come to know the Pandora name for glittering displays of customized sterling bracelets and gemstone charms sold by jewelers or the company's own retailers. But the Danish company kept a lower profile for its Maryland connection — a U....