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Chesapeake Beach bar out of luck while others have kept their slots

Unplugged electronic bingo machines are stacked haphazardly in a corner of the Crooked I Sports Bar and Grill, which still smells new after owners spent $200,000 moving from a smaller location across the street in July.

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Lobbyist wants his law license back

ANNAPOLIS — The fate of lobbyist Ira C. Cooke’s bid for reinstatement to the Maryland bar likely rests with the newest judge on the state’s highest court. But Judge Robert N. McDonald, who joined the Court of Appeals Jan. 24, ...

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Parthemos joins Vino Rosina

Vino Rosina has appointed Antonia “Tina” Parthemos as Assistant Manager. Parthemos previously worked as a bartender and dining room manager at an upscale wine bar and restaurant, in Harbor East. Parthemos is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations of the facility, ...

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Beloved Mt. Washington restaurant to return after two-alarm fire

Rob Frisch, the co-owner of the Mt. Washington Tavern, said Monday afternoon that he fully intends to rebuild and reopen the popular dining and bar spot. Once the damaged is assessed, he will know how long it will take, but Frisch is confident the 32-year-old institution in northwest Baltimore will be back to serve its loyal patrons.

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Fire nearly destroys Mt. Washington Tavern

An early morning fire at The Mt. Washington Tavern in Baltimore brought several firetrucks and dozens of firefighters to the scene on Newbury Street. The cause of the fire is not yet known, but Rob Frisch, the bar’s owner, vowed to rebuild the bar and restaurant and had posted an emotional message to patrons on the Tavern’s website by noon.

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Owner vows to rebuild Mt. Washington Tavern

As firefighters rolled up water hoses nine hours after a fire ripped through the Mt. Washington Tavern Monday, the owner of the popular bar and restaurant said he had already met with contractors to begin planning a reconstruction. It was ...

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