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  • The Breakfast Club: Mayor Dixon Met with Probe Figures at Double T Diner

    The Double T Diner in Catonsville is an odd place for the mayor of Baltimore to go for a breakfast meeting. Located about 10 miles west of City Hall on Baltimore National Pike, just outside the Beltway, the Double T is a large retro-styled restaurant...
  • News & Media

    News & Media
    BEST POLITICIAN Martin O’Malley Love him or hate him, this has been a good year for Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D). Two O’Malley-backed laws got the nods of the majorities of Maryland voters in last fall’s elections—...
  • Food-Truck Round-Up

    Richard Gorelick over at the Sun has been keeping a close watch on the controversies and victories of Baltimore's food trucks. Yesterday, he posted about the Gathering, a food truck rally organized by Damian Bohager, proprietor of the Silver Platter...
  • Perring Place Closes

    It appears that Peter Angelos' venerable Perring Place Restaurant (2305 Cleanleigh Dr., [410] 661-0630) has closed after 44 years of business. A "closed" sign was posted on the restaurant's door on Sunday, according to several local businesses, and no one...
  • Restaurant Round-up

    Happy Hours: On June 2 Petit Louis Bistro will host a French cocktail hour from 5–7 p.m. featuring free hors d'oeuvres (gougère, paté maison) and $5 cocktails, including kir royale, Pernod, Ricard, and a cocktail maison, as part of a national...
  • On Going to Los Angeles to Talk to the Pretty and Talented Actresses Behind the Female-centric Action Flick Sucker Punch

    In director Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch, his main character Babydoll (Emily Browning) occupies an alternative universe--just as did I when City Paper got invited to Los Angeles for the film's junket last weekend, on a very rainy March 20 at the Beverly...
  • Baltimore Restaurant Week Returns Jan. 21-30, 2011

    Mark your calendars: The winter incarnation of Restaurant Week has been scheduled for Jan. 21-30, 2011. Once again, prices correspond with the year, so that lunch at participating restaurants costs $20.11 and a prix fixe dinner menu is $35.11—an...
  • USA vs. Belgium: Where to Watch

    USA vs. Belgium: Where to Watch
    The USA has done what everyone thought impossible, advancing to the second round (the knockout stage) of the World Cup and giving us more excuses to hit bars on weekdays—as if we needed any. USA now takes on Belgium this Tuesday at 4 p.m. (just in...
  • Prime Time Again

    Monday brings more ongoing trials rather than triumphs for local restaurateur and former Top Chef contestant Timothy Dean.  Dean filed for bankruptcy in May for his former ventures, Timothy Dean Bistro and T.D. Lounge. Now The Sun is reporting that his...
  • Burrito Truck Comes to Hampden

    Gourmet food trucks appear to be the latest fad in Charm City's culinary landscape (see Kooper's Chowhound Burger Wagon). Now, Hampden has its very own roving burrito truck. The Curbside Café, co-owned and operated by husband-wife team Shawn Smith and...
  • The Mail 7/2/14

    The Mail 7/2/14
    Traffic Studies Khayree Robinson is just a microcosm of the kids-at-intersections problem ("Down on the Corner," Feature, June 25) here in Baltimore City and County. This has been going on for years, and not just at North and Mount Royal avenues. Little...
  • Charmery partners with Union Brewery for IPA-flavored ice cream

    It isn't the ice cream itself that gets David Alima jazzed, it's rubbing elbows with the other purveyors in the ‘hood who he considers "genius." The Charmery co-owner's most recent collaboration, with Jon Zerivitz, brewmaster at Union Craft Brewery,...