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Dining@LargeI'm turning this e-mail over to you who live in northwest Baltimore or Ellicott City. Any suggestions as to where to go after symphony or the theater? I'm having a little trouble picturing the scenario, but I think the idea......
Dining@LargeIt's nondenominational! It keeps on giving! It's the 100 things holiday gift! No, this wasn't my idea, but I was pleased and flattered when I got this e-mail:First of all GREAT article!! Loved it. Question for you..I would like to......
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Maryland WeatherSnow accumulations across the region were moving toward record territory just before noon on Saturday. Some locations in Virginia had reached two feet, which 12-inch counts were posted for parts of Maryland.UPDATE: 2:30 p.m.: Looks like the Blizzard...
Dining@LargePortalli's has opened in Ellicott City where Jordan's Steakhouse was. This is the new Italian restaurant that Lee Biars, frequent commenter and managing partner of Diamondback Tavern is involved with. Today's Table Talk has more details.I also give the...
Dining@LargeMr. HowChow, always an excellent source of restaurant news, reports that Honey Pig Gooldaegee Korean BBQ is coming to Ellicott City."This place was really hot when they opened in Annandale," he told me, "and it apparently has a very cool,......
In Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake, Baltimoreans get a young, bright and serious new mayor who could bring some urgently needed stability to city government even as she faces one of the toughest fiscal challenges in municipal history. She's the No-Drama...
Mayor Sheila Dixon, who announced last week that she will resign and leave office on Feb. 4, is not the first Baltimore mayor to take that path. Actually, nine others have decided to pull the plug on their mayoral careers and for a variety of reasons....
Maryland WeatherCold? This isn't cold. Here are some snippets from the Baltimore Sun printed during this week in 1912, a week that saw temperatures drop to minus-40 degrees in Oakland, Md., the lowest ever recorded in the state. "Hagerstown, Md. Jan.......
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Dining@LargeUnder the post about DuClaw Brewing Co. in Fells Point closing, LL made this comment that I've been meaning to follow up on:In the Midnight Sun post, one reason given for their closure is that DuClaw is a "suburban concept"......
Bianca Chang scurried around the cafeteria of Howard High School urging parents of students in the Sunday Chinese school to get a swine flu shot. Just down the hall, the Howard County Health Department was running a vaccination clinic for the region's...
Dining@LargeOne of my favorite parts of Robert of Cross Keys' fine Free Market Friday guest post today is that he felt he had to include the word "accidentally" in the last sentence. Here's RoCK. ELOn a recent trip to Portalli’s......
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- Mid-Atlantic residents were buried Saturday by a blizzard the president jokingly called "Snowmageddon," and those brave enough tried to clear a path through the wet, heavy mounds of thigh-high snow. The snow was falling too quickly in the...
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