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Historic Senator Theatre set to reopen its doors (access required)

The new lights on the marquee out front once again beckon movie lovers. The rotunda in the lobby has been restored to its original splendor, punctuated by renovated murals in jewel tones and a stunning art deco chandelier. And there’s a new and innovative concession stand where the unmatched scent of fresh popcorn will waft into the majestic main theater and three smaller auditoriums.

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Bringing Babe Ruth’s birthplace into 21st century (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — Major renovations to the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, put on hold during the recession, are on the way if the state agrees to extend a grant to the organization that maintains the downtown Baltimore landmark. The General Assembly ...

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Panel approves two new city landmarks on the Westside (access required)

A city commission voted Tuesday to add two downtown buildings on the city’s Westside to the list of Baltimore City Landmarks. The Baltimore Commission on Historical & Architectural Preservation voted to add the old Baltimore Equitable Society Building at 21 ...

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Opponents file new lawsuit against Superblock plan (access required)

Opponents of the proposed Superblock redevelopment have filed another lawsuit to stop the project, this time alleging approved demolition plans would violate a historic preservation agreement. The lawsuit says J. Rodney Little, director of the Maryland Historical Trust, exceeded his ...

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