Club Charles is back

The iconic Club Charles reopened for business last night after closing in late July for renovations. 

Fortunately, as the many reopening night posts on social media show, the bar's red walls, neon lights, and Art Deco touches all remain intact.

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Last Call? Club Charles to close, but for how long remains unclear

Rumors have been circulating that the iconic Station North bar Club Charles is set to close, and after talking with five sources, City Paper has learned the bar's doors will shut for the foreseeable future on Aug. 1.

"The bar will be closing indefinitely for renovations," said one source close to the operations of the 66-year-old club. "That's all we're saying right now.

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With generous portions and a comfortable space, Wicked Sisters fills the void left by McCabe's

When McCabe's restaurant suffered a fire in December 2014, one which ended up closing the restaurant permanently, it was a loss felt keenly in the neighborhood. Sure, there were (and are) plenty of other tavern/restaurants in north Baltimore just blocks away.

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Dovecote Café plans Juneteenth celebration with games, trivia, demonstrations, and more

Juneteenth marks the time when slaves belatedly found out they had been freed. The Emancipation Proclamation officially freed "all persons held as slaves within any State or designated part of a State," on Jan. 1, 1864, but slaves in Texas didn't get the news until June 19, 1865.

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City Paper samples and reviews some new ice cream flavors from The Charmery

It hasn’t felt like it lately, but we’re heading into peak ice cream-eating season.

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In first Reform on Tap meeting, panelists lay out what's at stake for MD brewing

Politicians in suits and brewers in t-shirts sat side by side in a conference room on the Johns Hopkins University campus, beckoned here by Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot.

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