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A new arts and entertainment district could be on its way to Baltimore. In addition to Station North, located near Penn Station, and Highlandtown, bordered by Eastern Avenue (which Vitamin calls home), it is proposed the West side of downtown…
This Friday is Bike to Work Day and there’s a lot to be said about pedaling to work. Not only does it save money and reduce fuel consumption, but it is an excellent way to start the day as well as decompress after work.
Great news for Highlandtown, Md. — Clementine Restaurant is coming to town! The new restaurant, an off-shoot of Clementine in Hamilton, will be located at the ground-level cafe within the Creative Alliance at the Patterson. Plans are set for a soft opening on May 17.
It feels good to have a great new restaurant coming to our ‘hood!
We’ve all been there before, writing “effect” instead of “affect” or putting an apostrophe in the wrong place. It’s okay, we all make mistakes.
As much as we wish we could take credit for this, we can’t. The idea of photo-shopping historic album covers to remove those who are no longer living comes from Jean-Marie Delbes and Hatim el Hihi.
You’ve all heard ’em, each conspiracy theory more fascinating than the next. From alien invasions to global warming, what else could you possibly add to your list of doomsday phobias?
Depending on how geeky you are, you may or may not have heard about Protect IP & SOPA, two web-related bills moving through Congress that could potentially break the internet.
Woof! Happy Holidays dog owners and dog lovers. I’ve been scratching my ear for two weeks trying to think of a doggy themed holiday item to bring to your attention. By the grace of Rin Tin Tin, I’ve finally drilled down to it. Feast your fangs on the German Shepherd Christmas card.
TV remakes are all the rage. The past few years alone have seen stabs at Knight Rider, Hawaii Five-0, and The Bionic Woman, among many others. They’ve met with varying degrees of success, but one thing is clear: Nothing is sacred to TV producers when it comes to raiding the past for “new” ideas.