| Jun 10, 2011
| 4:00 AM
We have a potentially wonderful 7-mile waterfront park from Canton to Fort McHenry that should become Baltimore's Central Park. While the Inner Harbor is the center of this, we should be thinking beyond it and taking advantage of greater opportunities....
| Jun 15, 2011
| 5:38 PM
After years of complicated negotiations between Baltimore officials and the CSX railroad company, the city is moving to replace two badly deteriorating bridges that have been the target of neighbors' complaints since at least the 1990s.
The city approved...
| Jun 19, 2011
| 5:00 AM
It's sad and pathetic that nowadays women often don't know how to get attention unless they take their clothes off. Singers like Britney Spears, Beyonce and Lady Gaga don't perform unless they are scantily clad or moving suggestively. And when it comes to...
| Jun 23, 2011
| 2:37 PM
Six months after its owner started a renovation, Barfly's Pub is finally open.
The Locust Point bar, which has taken over Rafters' old space on Fort Avenue, had its grand opening last Friday and has been in opening mode for about two weeks.
| Jul 2, 2011
| 5:51 AM
Brice R. Phillips, the patriarch of a Maryland seafood empire that began 55 years ago with a simple crab shack in Ocean City/, died Friday at his home in the seaside resort town.
Mr. Phillips, who was 90, had been in declining health. The cause of...
| Jul 7, 2011
| 3:58 PM
Vincent Mario "Vince" Rallo, a former banker who in retirement took over Rallo's Restaurant, a Locust Point landmark since 1941, died Thursday morning of lung cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson.
The longtime Homeland resident was 79.
| Jul 7, 2011
| 10:40 AM
Vincent Rallo, the endlessly ebullient owner of Rallo's Restaurant in Locust Point, died this morning at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson.
Frederick N. Rassmussen's obituary is here.
Rallo's stands at the gateway to Locust Point. which was unknown...
| Feb 27, 2011
| 9:55 PM
Your office cubicle may be feeling more cramped than ever.
Chances are, it is.
Worker cubicles and workstations — and even executive offices — are shrinking, new research shows. Blame the smaller quarters on changes in work culture and the...
| Oct 16, 2010
The Pazza Luna logo features the Italian version of the Harlequin character — the arlecchino. That is apt, because this is one tricky little trattoria. Pazza Luna has been known to change identity or disappear entirely. You must never think you've...
| Nov 12, 2010
| 4:01 AM
Beyond the mighty Baltimore Museum of Art and Walters Art Museum, beyond such long-established, up-market spaces as C. Grimaldis Gallery and Thomas Segal Gallery, a world of artistic enterprise thrives — some of it off the radar or almost...
| Nov 23, 2010
| 3:07 PM
Chris Currey and his wife, Isabel, have lived in South Baltimore since 1992. Five years ago, the couple moved into their second Locust Point house, in a neighborhood they call "the Mayberry of Baltimore City."
"I had my eye on this place for 15 years,"...