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  • Mount Vernon gets its first food truck rally

    Mount Vernon gets its first food truck rally
    It's the Wacky Races. It's Cannonball Run III. No, it's just The Gathering. More and more, those Baltimore food-truck rallies known as The Gathering are meeting not just on Fridays but two or three times over a weekend. Food trucks will be rallying...
  • Enterprise zone tax breaks flow to Baltimore waterfront, other prosperous neighborhoods

    Enterprise zone tax breaks flow to Baltimore waterfront, other prosperous neighborhoods
    In 1982, Mayor William Donald Schaefer persuaded state lawmakers to try a different approach to urban revitalization. To lure companies to poorer parts of Baltimore and elsewhere in Maryland, the government would dangle a 10-year property tax discount and...
  • Salt owner Jason Ambrose to purchase Locust Point bar

    Salt owner Jason Ambrose to purchase Locust Point bar
    Jason Ambrose, the co-owner and founding chef of Salt, has agreed to purchase a tavern on Haubert Street in Locust Point. "It won't be anything restaurant-y like Salt," Ambrose said. "It will be a 'bar with food'." There isn't enough room inside the...
  • Baltimore dining calendar for the week ahead

    Baltimore dining calendar for the week ahead
    Baltimore Restaurant Week is less than three weeks away. That won't  come soon enough for Baltimore restaurants, who took a beating from a slow and sultry holiday week. See: Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week 2013 [Pictures] Silo.5% Wine Bar in Locust...
  • A loss of 'Pride'

    A loss of 'Pride'
    Reaction to the decision by Carnival Cruise Lines to leave the Port of Baltimore next year because the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has not agreed to its proposal to use scrubbers, instead of cleaner fuel, to meet air quality requirements breaks...
  • Under Armour execs show off hunting prowess (and their gear) in new TV show

    Under Armour execs show off hunting prowess (and their gear) in new TV show
    Executives at multimillion-dollar companies don't typically spend their leisure time enduring mountain blizzards or desert heat. But Bryan Offutt and his team aren't typical executives. Under Armour's burly director of outdoor marketing spent weeks...
  • Taking in the sunset with the Domino sign

    Taking in the sunset with the Domino sign
    As much of Baltimore finishes its work day, the Domino sign is just warming up. Literally. Each evening, it takes 15 minutes from the moment the timer clicks on for the noble gases to be ready to paint the town red. Showtime zips through hundreds of...
  • Carnival pulling Pride from Baltimore

    Carnival pulling Pride from Baltimore
    Carnival Cruise Lines announced plans Thursday to leave the port of Baltimore, a move that could cost the region scores of jobs and millions in economic activity generated by big-spending passengers and businesses servicing the ships. The Miami-based...
  • Ann H. Sisson, owned Federal Hill restaurant

    Ann H. Sisson, owned Federal Hill restaurant
    Ann H. Sisson, who established with her husband a popular Federal Hill restaurant and bar that later became the state's first brew pub, died June 4 from complications of dementia at Keswick Multi-Care Center. She was 89. The daughter of a civil engineer...
  • New restaurant may be coming to Dogwood space in Hampden

    New restaurant may be coming to Dogwood space in Hampden
    A collective "Oh!" greeted restaurateur Chris Spann's announcement to the Hampden Village Merchants Association on Wednesday that he plans to take over the former Dogwood restaurant space on The Avenue. Spann, owner of the well-reviewed restaurant The...
  • City dive trainee hospitalized after too-quick ascension

    City dive trainee hospitalized after too-quick ascension
    A member of the Baltimore Fire Department training to become a rescue diver was hospitalized Thursday after ascending to the surface of a Harford County quarry too quickly during a certification class, according to department officials. The man, who has...