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  • Joseph Patrick Byrne

    Joseph Patrick Byrne
    Joseph Patrick Byrne, founder and proprietor of J. Patrick's Irish Pub, a popular Locust Point tavern with a reputation as a venue for Irish music that went well beyond Baltimore, died Saturday of cancer at Harbor Hospital. The former Cockeysville...
  • Sources: Rawlings-Blake administration demanded Young return tickets to Ravens game

    Sources: Rawlings-Blake administration demanded Young return tickets to Ravens game
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's administration asked Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young to return his tickets to the city's skybox at Sunday's Ravens game, following his criticism of the Baltimore Grand Prix, a source close to Young said. The...
  • Online social networking spills over into real word

    Online social networking spills over into real word
    A few weeks ago, McKeever Conwell joined the Baltimore Tech Facebook group, which has more than 600 online members. There, the 25-year-old computer engineer proposed an idea: How about getting a small group together to practice business pitches? He...
  • Tuesday's menu: Caveman diet, January detox and the year of the meatball

    Tuesday's menu: Caveman diet, January detox and the year of the meatball
    Welcome to the Year of the Meatball. I was going to predict it here first, but apparently other media have already predicted it. Still - meatballs. In other food items, a few restaurants around town are going on Janauary vacation. So civilized. Also, your...
  • Wednesday's menu: Is this the loneliest New Hampshire cafe on the candidates' trail?

    Wednesday's menu: Is this the loneliest New Hampshire cafe on the candidates' trail?
    In Wednesday's news, those poor candidates can stop eating all of that bad fried Iowa food.  It's on to New Hampshire, where, in Manchester, there's a cafe/wine bar named Republic that publishes a manifesto on its website. It's hard to tell Repubic is...
  • Thursday's menu: Restaurants on vacation, a closer look at table salt and Bryan Voltaggio's most troublesome tattoo

    Thursday's menu: Restaurants on vacation, a closer look at table salt and Bryan Voltaggio's most troublesome tattoo
    Staff meals, restaurants on January vacation the problem with asking restaurants to cut down on salt. An article in the Atlantic says that attempts by the Food and Drug Administration to coerce restaurants to cut down on salt are misguided at best....
  • Immigration: good; illegal immigration: bad

    In the minds of some people today, immigration is a bad word ("Immigrants key to reaching mayor's population goal," Jan. 7). Overlooked is the fact that a half century ago, residents of Canton, Highlandtown, Locust Point and Curtis Bay were either...
  • City slots bidders get two-month extension

    State officials agreed Wednesday to extend the bidding deadline for the Baltimore slots license by nearly two months, a move that delays the selection process until after the city's contested mayoral primary in September. The vote by the Maryland slots...
  • Baltimore's Central Park

    Baltimore's Central Park
    Wouldn't it be great to jog, walk or bike to Fort McHenry directly from the Inner Harbor, Federal Hill and Locust Point on a continuous waterfront parkway? Baltimore has a potentially wonderful, seven-mile stretch around the harbor from Canton to Fort...
  • Restaurant review: L.P. Steamers is a Locust Point seafood institution

    Restaurant review: L.P. Steamers is a Locust Point seafood institution
    Only 15 years old, L.P. Steamers feels like it has been around much longer. In a relatively short time, it's become an institution where locals bring their out-of-town friends to sample Maryland seafood standards. The restaurant serves as crab house,...
  • Transformers: Rub is closed but will keep rolling

    Transformers: Rub is closed but  will keep rolling
    Michael Marx has indeed sold Rub, the Texas barbecue restaurant that he opened in Riverside back in 2006. The new owners will not be keeping the barbecue concept, which is fine with Marx. He’s taking the smoker with him. The smoker is a Southern...