| Mar 26, 2012
| 8:20 AM
The Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar begins its 35th season April 1. This is the second year the popular market is starting so early. Until 2003, when it was moved up to the first week in May, the opening came in early June.
Last year, skeptics...
| Jun 17, 2011
| 6:55 PM
Don't try to convince Jason Siemer that Wednesday's U2 concert is only a rock show. He knows better.
"For me, U2 is about a spiritual connection," says Siemer, 36, who runs a video production company out of his Locust Point home. "I literally cry at...
| Oct 12, 2010
| 6:17 AM
From the Dining@Large blog:
I am thinking of this less as a definitive list than a starting point for what I hope is an ongoing conversation. The list below badly needs some budget options.
Thanks again to Zippy for telling us about how she does what...
| Apr 6, 2012
| 12:32 PM
The Red Parrot is far from the first restaurant in Baltimore to mix Asian cuisines on its menu. But it might be setting a giddy new standard.
The cuisines keep coming — and never seem to stop. Among the first listed appetizers are Japanese spring...
| Jun 6, 2012
| 7:44 AM
Baltimore's Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, site of a key battle in the War of 1812 and birthplace of "The Star Spangled Banner," will be in the spotlight during many of the Star Spangled Sailabration events June 13 to 19.
| Jun 13, 2012
| 5:03 PM
It took 200 years, but the oft-forgotten War of 1812 got some attention Wednesday.
A flotilla of more than 40 ships representing a dozen nations glided under the Key Bridge and into Baltimore Harbor to launch the commemoration of the conflict that gave...
| Apr 21, 2011
| 11:06 AM
For Mark Romero, showing off the communal areas of the Silo Point condominium where he lives is just as important as touting his own place.
As he walks toward the front desk in the lobby, the concierge greets him by name. Romero then moves toward an open...
| Nov 17, 2011
| 12:22 PM
With two sons grown and out on their own, it seemed that it would be a cinch for Mark Hyman and his wife, Peggy Brennecke, to downsize from their large home in shady, hilly Mount Washington in northern Baltimore City.
"We agreed to go smaller and...
| Jan 9, 2011
It wasn't until Jeanette Cole began feeling uncomfortable surrounded by countless antiques in her Federal Hill townhouse that she and her husband, William, decided to make a major change.
While the move wasn't far — less than a mile south out on...
| Jan 30, 2011
Ray Bahr ought to be taking it easy. He's 75 and retired after a successful career as a cardiologist. Instead, the Canton resident finds himself prowling alleys in East Baltimore on the lookout for illegally dumped trash and goading city officials to...
| Jun 16, 2012
| 10:50 AM
Cars began lining up before 7 a.m. to get into the parking lots at M&T Bank Stadium for the shuttle bus ride to Fort McHenry and the Blue Angels air show.
Yellow school buses stretched from Camden Yards to beyond the football stadium to handle the...