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Former Light City partners file counterclaim against Baltimore city (access required)

The former partners in Baltimore’s Light City festival being sued by the city over the trademark to the name responded Friday with counterclaims for unfair competition, trademark infringement, fraud and civil conspiracy. The city is seeking a court order to ...

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State of the Arts: Adding artistic touches to heavily trafficked Bromo Tower area (access required)

Community leaders are hopeful that the newly minted Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District will become a nightlife destination for the thousands of people who already live and work in the area and an attraction for others.

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Editorial: Summertime and the movies are showin’ (access required)

There are many welcome signs of summer in Baltimore – steamed crabs, snow cones and the Orioles, to name a few – and one of them has come to be the Little Italy Outdoor Film festival. The 2012 season began ...

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It’s movie night in Little Italy

What Mary Ann Cricchio wanted was a mural. What she got was a summer film festival that attracts thousands to one of Baltimore’s signature neighborhoods. One of the founders of the Little Italy Outdoor Film Festival, which kicks off Friday ...

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Derwart named COO of Baltimore arts agency (access required)

Gregory Derwart has joined the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts as its new chief operating officer. BOPA produces high-quality special events, festivals and arts programming that stimulates communities economically, artistically and culturally. Prior to joining BOPA, Derwart was ...

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Baltimore gets ready for 4th of July, starting with the harbor (access required)

Volunteers from Morgan Stanley’s Baltimore office took part in a clean-up effort last week to help get a head start on making the Inner Harbor healthier by 2020. Volunteers worked with Waterfront Partnership staff to prepare for Baltimore’s Fourth of ...

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