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  • An attempt to trademark a logo with "hon" and the Oriole "O" creates another hontroversy

    An attempt to trademark a logo with "hon" and the Oriole "O" creates another hontroversy
    When Marco Gentile, the Orioles' vice-president for corporate partnerships, saw a new design for hats and t-shirts being sold in the midst of 2014 pennant fever his response was immediate. "That's not good," said Gentile, a Baltimore native. "That's not...
  • Beyond Coffee

    Beyond Coffee
    When talking to friends about having dinner at Dooby’s (802 N. Charles St., [410] 702-5144, doobyscoffee.com) we kept getting two responses: “They serve dinner?” and “I’ve never been there—the name makes it sound like...
  • Metro Gallery: Soon More Drinkier

    The Metro Gallery's tentative planned bar and stage renovations. The Metro Gallery, an arts and live music space in the Station North Arts District, plans to add a bar this spring thanks to its recently acquired liquor license. Noise sat down with Metro...
  • Sweetlife: Identity, authenticity and pop music

    In its fourth year, the Sweetlife Festival continues to try to combine the green-capitalist mission of the DC restaurant chain Sweetgreen with a smörgåsbord of critical indie darlings to, according to Sweetgreen's press release, "create experiences ...
  • City Paper's guide to summer outdoor movie screenings

    By Emily Glickman It's officially summer, and longer days and warmer nights mean finding any excuse to be outside. What could be a better nighttime entertainment choice than hanging out in a park or parking lot? Hanging out in a park or parking with...
  • Art Basel Wrap Up, Part One

    Of all the hurdles to get there- scrutinous press registration, despotic bouncers, strict dress codes, and a transit system that makes Baltimore look like Tokyo- escaping the airport is always the most frustrating. Labyrinthine warrens of moving sidewalks...
  • In This Week's City Paper

    It's all about the food this week, with the EAT insert, Richard Gorelick's feature story in which our waiters talk about us, and Christina Royster-Hemby's Mobtown Beat story about whether or not the new USDA dietary guidelines are enough to save inner-...
  • The Morgue

    Blazing Good Times, 160 Years Ago This Week Source: The Baltimore Sun, Aug. 14, 1846 Fire Balloons--The reprehensible practice of sending up fire balloons, is again becoming fashionable, and if persisted in, we may look for a conflagration speedily....
  • Arambol, Goa

    It's been difficult getting online to submit my blog. Power cuts are are normal here and nobody freaks out when they happen. Yesterday and the day before we did not have power all day. They put new power lines up in the village. When I manage to get...
  • Au Revoir, Martick's

    | Image by Michelle Gienow, from http://www.citypaper.com What do you do when an institution passes away? Cry into the memory of your sweet potato soup or lift a glass of Beaujolais and remember the good times? We'll opt for the latter, as Sun columnist...
  • Dining Out for Life

    Thursday, Sept. 18, marks the 15th anniversary of Dining Out for Life, an event sponsored by Moveable Feast, the local organization that provides support services to people in the Baltimore area living with HIV/AIDs and breast cancer. (In 2007, Moveable...
  • Creative Alliance Announces Seventh Annual Art to Dine For Series

    The Creative Alliance at the Patterson recently announced its seventh annual Art to Dine For series, for which the Southeast Baltimore community arts center sponsors casual morning, afternoon, and evening get-togethers, sometimes at the homes of members...