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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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Movie theaters forced to make expensive upgrades to projectors (access required)

Cinematic entertainment has come a long way from the black-and-white talkies that fostered the growth of one of the world’s largest leisure industries. The movie business can be lucrative, but it often throws major curveballs at theater owners — especially small, independent ones.

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It’s movie night in Little Italy

What Mary Ann Cricchio wanted was a mural. What she got was a summer film festival that attracts thousands to one of Baltimore’s signature neighborhoods. One of the founders of the Little Italy Outdoor Film Festival, which kicks off Friday ...

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Senator to close for renovations for at least six months (access required)

The historic art deco palace in north Baltimore known as the Senator Theatre has closed — for at least six months. When it reopens around Christmas time, it will have three new theaters, a restored main auditorium complete with comfy ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 2/10/12: Ulman names new housing director

Zesto to open restaurant at Crossroads Village Center Zesto Pizza & Grill, a Philadelphia-based restaurant chain, will open a 4,900-square-foot restaurant — its first in the Baltimore region — at the Crossroads Village Center. The company signed a lease with ...

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Construction to begin on expansion of Towson Circle development (access required)

Look for construction to soon begin on the expansion of the Towson Circle development on Joppa Road near the traffic circle. Sources say this $35 million extension and redevelopment is ready to launch after several years of uncertainty because of ...

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Wockenfuss Candies moving into new Parkville home (access required)

How sweet it is. That’s what neighbors in Parkville are saying now that the new Wockenfuss Homemade Candies has opened in an abandoned discount outlet near Northern Parkway and Chesley Avenue. A small U.S. Post Office is also stationed in ...

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