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At Oceanaire, try the king crab

Oceanaire has bought a boatload – literally – of Alaska king crab from the fishing fleet featured in the Discovery Channel’s series Deadliest Catch. Now the seafood restaurant group owns a whopping 40,000 pounds of king crab, straight from the ...

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Welcome to Bawlmer, Jenna and Henry

A couple of investigative bloggers over at development forum Skyscraper City have located, using property tax records and bits and snatches from local reportage on the subject, the address of the house they say that First Daughter Jenna Bush has ...

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Special master named for police discipline suit

Chief U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul W. Grimm intends to appoint a special master to help sort out the electronic discovery issues in Hopson, et al. v. City of Baltimore, et al. – the lawsuit that alleges the disciplinary practices of ...

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First building opens at Hopkins science + tech park

You’ve probably heard by now that the first building at The Science and Technology Park at Johns Hopkins opened today after a ceremony honoring businessman (and contributor) John G. Rangos Sr., the building’s namesake. The 278,000-square-foot research building, at 855 ...

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Crime victims tour Supermax prison

Not exactly your average launch party. This morning, the Dept. of Correctional Services hosted its eighth annual crime victims’ prison tour at the state’s Supermax prison. The tour was part of National Victims’ Rights Week, which begins nationally on Monday. ...

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Urban eyesores in Baltimore

On my morning commute into work, I’ve recently noticed a fair amount of empty lots lining South Charles Street. In the midst of a slumping real estate market and rampant murmurs about the economy involving the “R” word — recession ...

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Volunteers needed for ‘Rebuilding Day’

When you think of Home & Garden Television, you probably don’t think of residences in the city’s oft-forgotten areas of Pen Lucy or Waverly. However, HGTV and Rebuilding Together Baltimore are aiming to revitalize and renovate those areas — along ...

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The O’s vs. the Nats

Since today is Opening Day here in Baltimore (and the day after the Nats stadium debut), we thought we’d ask Baltimoreans about the 2008 season. The problem: only a handful of people walking around downtown Baltimore last week were interested ...

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Baltimore, the homeless and hotels

Wednesday, the city’s spending panel discussed the authorization of $60,000 to pay the hotel bills for 41 homeless Baltimoreans who have been living in a Quality Inn and 12 more homeless families who were living in the Ramada Inn since ...

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