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  • Review: Pazo

    Review: Pazo
    Nearly 10 years old, Pazo (1425 Aliceanna St., [410] 534-7296, has reached what could be considered midlife in the restaurant world—no small achievement in a city that has seen dining establishments come and go and in an economy that has ravaged the pockets of both customers and service purveyors. To its credit, Pazo has remained consistent in offering nuanced food (mostly small plates) prepared by a creative hand (even if that hand has changed over the years). Its wine list, if pricey, is what folks these days like to call “well-curated”: It is a very smart offering of mostly under-the-radar Italians. And the dining space still occasions a second glance around, as it so little resembles any other city dining room with its warehouse-meets-the-Inquisition pastiche of iron works, candles under glass, and sweeping drapes. Walking into Pazo still feels as if you are somewhere.
  • Federal Hill

    Federal Hill
    The Abbey Burger Bistro 1041 Marshall St., (443) 453-9698, $$, L, D, Out, 10 p.m. The slightly Harry Potter-esque atmosphere doesn’t detract from this thoroughly American eatery, which offers a build-your-own burger...

    Landfill Gas Deal Means a Lot of Hot Air

    Download Van Smith's article "Down in the Dumps," which appeared in the July 3, 1996 issue. (3.1 mb pdf file) The U.S. Coast Guard Yard in Hawkins Point soon will start getting 100 percent of its energy by converting landfill gas piped in from nearby...

    Crude Oil vs. Gas at the Pump

    Here's something I've been pondering: Crude oil prices are almost comically low, yet gas prices have not been falling. Sure, they're like half what they were last summer. But it wasn't long ago that $2 gas was not good news. And anyway, back a few...

    Over-The-Counter Attack

    Yesterday, just about 15 years after the General Accounting Office warned it was necessary, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner sent a letter to regulators expressing President Obama's interest in regulating the market in Over the Counter Derivatives....