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  • We've Lost that Loving Feeling

    We've Lost that Loving Feeling
    In Japan, ramen is a labor of love: Stocks are cooked for hours, flavors are cultivated through decades of experience, and family recipes are fiercely guarded. It’s serious business which, despite its difficulty to perfect, has found a successful foothold stateside, where people line up for hours in New York and D.C. for bowls of the not-in-college-anymore noodles. Unfortunately for Baltimore, TenTen Ramen (413 N. Charles St., [410] 244-6988, tentenramen.com)—the city’s first dedicated shop—has, as the Righteous Brothers famously sang, lost that loving feeling. 
  • Celebrated Summer Records marks eight years with anniversary show

    Celebrated Summer Records marks eight years with anniversary show
    Hampden record store Celebrated Summer Records has managed to stay open, and even thrive, for eight years in a time when post people have stopped buying music altogether. CP talked with store owner Tony Pence by emall and text messages about the store's...

    The Short List

    The Short List
    WEDNESDAY: Local pop-punk band Something More plays the Sidebar with Who Is Atlas? and Face Value. Connecticut band Estrogen Highs plays the Windup Space with Joy Classic and Boy Spit. Georgia trio The Casket Girls performs at Holy Frijoles in Hampden....

    Summer movie schedule

    Applause roars as a crowd—high on buttery popcorn fumes and enough sugar to get a giant radioactive lizard buzzed, if it was into that kind of thing—watch the last breaths of the giant Claymation monster bubble up from the depths of the...

    Pabu to look like Ouzo Bay, LAMILL to be completely renovated

    Pabu to look like Ouzo Bay, LAMILL to be completely renovated
    As Greek philosopher Heraclitus said: "There is nothing permanent except change." After a weekend of absorbing the news that Pabu and LAMILL are closing, we were finally able to get an early idea about what those planned changes are. Alex Smith and George...