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Racing fans flock to Baltimore for inaugural Grand Prix

Thousands of Baltimoreans and racing fans crowded downtown Friday as the city kicked off its first Grand Prix race. There were delays in the race schedule due to track maintenance, but as soon as the thunderous sound of the IndyCars began to echo through the streets, people lined up all along the two-mile track to watch them speed by.

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Top 5: ‘You have to continue to evolve’

The Mall in Columbia celebrated its 40th birthday this week, while the Maryland State Lottery Agency reported its sales in fiscal 2011 broke records for the 14th year in a row. Those stories and more in this week’s business top ...

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National Aquarium in Baltimore celebrates 30 years

The National Aquarium in Baltimore is celebrating its 30th birthday. The aquarium has celebratory events planned beginning Friday, including crafts and games for children. The aquarium’s actual anniversary is Monday, when visitors can grab one of 1,000 birthday cupcakes that ...

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Restaurant Week an opportunity to bring in new clientele

Five of Baltimore’s top restaurateurs doled out hundreds of bite-size delicacies to a lunchtime crowd Wednesday as they competed to win the “Appetizer Challenge,” the kickoff event for Baltimore’s sixth annual Summer Restaurant Week. The contest, held inside Light Street ...

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Editorial: Phillips is a good fit for the Power Plant

David Cordish got it exactly right when he said that snagging Phillips Seafood as a new restaurant tenant for his Power Plant development was an “easy decision.” Indeed it was, and we are glad to see two venerable Maryland family ...

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