Welcome to Monday, the 59th anniversary of the Broadway opening of “I Can Get It For You Wholesale,” starring newcomer Barbra Streisand. Here are some news items to get your week started. — Have you filled out your brackets for ...Read More »
The ultra-modern Morris A. Mechanic Theatre, once part of Baltimore’s urban renaissance, could be removed from the city’s Special List for historic preservation next month following a public hearing, clearing the way for its demolition by year’s end.
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Four protestors were arrested Thursday during a protest march for jobs near the 88-acre East Baltimore Development Inc. site following a clash with Baltimore police. Carrying signs and chanting, “Our community, our jobs” and “If we don’t work, nobody works,” about 200 protestors marched on Johns Hopkins Hospital and then moved near construction of a $184 million state building near Broadway and Eager streets.Read More »
Marriott International Inc. of Bethesda, the largest publicly traded U.S. hotel chain, and ownership group Granite Broadway Development announced a signed franchise agreement to develop the Courtyard and Residence Inn Manhattan/Central Park, a soaring, new 68-story property housing two distinctly ...Read More »
NEW YORK — OK, let’s try this again! After close to 150 previews and a three-week hiatus, Broadway’s troubled “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” unveiled its new, heavily retooled version Thursday — a show that harks back to a more ...Read More »
Near the foot of Broadway in Fells Point, a slice of high-tech chic has surfaced. Capitolmac, an independent Apple computer store, is selling dozens of iPads, iMacs and most other products made by the company inside a charming, narrow brick ...Read More »