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  • Op-Alt: The latest plans for a revamped McKeldin Plaza leave a few things out

    Op-Alt: The latest plans for a revamped McKeldin Plaza leave a few things out
    As previously reported by City Paper, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore (DPB)¬† is leading an effort to demolish the Inner Harbor’s McKeldin Fountain. The fountain is a monument to former Mayor and Governor Theodore McKeldin, and sits in a plaza between the southbound lanes of Light Street, and the northbound lanes splitting off to take cars into downtown via Calvert Street. Last Tuesday, DPB held a meeting at its Charles Street offices, overlooking the site of the recently demolished Morris Mechanic Theatre, to discuss their plans for the plaza. The meeting was announced a week out, and held during business hours, but was still well attended by members of the city’s architecture, planning, arts, and business communities.
  • Sizzlin' Summer event calendar

    Sizzlin' Summer event calendar
    Music MAY All Time Low. The local pop-punk heroes return home to play a show in support of their sixth album, “Future Hearts.” May 24, 6:30 p.m., Pier Six Concert Pavilion, 731 Eastern Ave., (410) 783-4189, piersixconcertpavilion.com, $22-...

    In praise of boozy shakes

    In praise of boozy shakes
    Considering that booze and milkshakes are well known to be two of the best things there are, it’s a wonder it took so long for combining them into delicious summer goodness to become a thing. The thing has become pretty common now and it’s one...

    Chicken Rico does Peruvian chicken right

    Chicken Rico does Peruvian chicken right
    Peruvian rotisserie chicken, a South American comfort food marinated in spices like paprika and cumin then spit-roasted in its own juices, has not always been so easy to find. Back in 2000 or so, I had to go all the way up to a strip mall on Loch Raven...

    Field Tripping: Time traveling

    Field Tripping: Time traveling
    When the editors of City Paper told me that my column should be about what’s happening in Baltimore, about Freddie Gray, about the protests, I wondered how they could imagine I could write about anything else. I’ve been writing about what I&...