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Ambassador on Food Network

April 21, 2010
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Baltimore’s own Ambassador Dining Room (3811 Canterbury Road, 366-1484) will be featured on an upcoming episode of the Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate. The show, which airs Fridays at 10 p.m., asks noted chefs where they go out to eat and then and then features their favorite dishes. In this...
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Two New Places to Eat in Charles Village

April 9, 2010
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Two New Places to Eat in Charles Village

Spring has come to Baltimore, and with it, two new eateries. As of Tuesday, Charles Village can claim its first Italian restaurant in recent memory, Maxie’s (3003 N. Charles St., 889-1113), a gourmet pizza/grill/bar in a location previously occupied by Xando. Though its buffalo-chicken pizza has yet to stand the test of time...
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Local Nominees for the 2010 Helen Hayes Awards

April 7, 2010
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On April 5 winners of the 2010 Helen Hays awards for theater were announced. Two Baltimore area theaters garnered nominations—Toby’s Dinner Theater and Rep Stage—but ultimately lost out to Washington-area companies. Actress Jessica Lauren Ball was nominated for outstanding lead actress in a resident musical for her portrayal of Laurey in Roger’s and Hammerstein’s...
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Zachi Café appears closed

March 31, 2010
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It has come to our attention that Zachi Café, the Mediterranean cafe and gourmet market at the corner of Howard and Read Streets, has closed its doors after just more than a year. According to the staff of the Beatnik Barber Shop next door, Zachi closed sometime last week without announcing its departure to...
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Public Works Museum Closes

February 3, 2010
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On Feb. 3, David Scott, director of the city’s Department of Public Works, announced that midyear budget cuts by the city’s Department of Finance is forcing the Baltimore Public Works Museum to close its doors. The museum will be closed immediately, but the historic Eastern Avenue Pumping Station (the almost century-old wastewater pumping station...
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