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    Mikulski honors DiPasquale’s 100 years
    April 30, 2014, No comments

    Last week, Senator Barbara Mikulski stopped by DiPasquale’s Italian Marketplace, which is celebrating 100 years in business this year. “My family has been coming to DiPasquale’s for years,” the senator […]

  • McKenzie Delaney of Ellicott City, foreground, helps archeologists excavate and catalog brick from a buried structure, located near the Patterson Park White House, that may have been key to the defense of Baltimore City in 1814. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
    Dig team makes big find in Patterson Park
    April 23, 2014, No comments

    A couple weeks into the archeological dig at Patterson Park, the dig team—which includes volunteers from the community—has made a major find. Last week, Field Supervisor Jason Shellenhamer and archeologist […]

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    The Southeast loses a friend and icon
    April 23, 2014, No comments

    John Ostrowski, the well-known former owner and operator of Ostrowski’s Famous Polish Sausage, 524 S. Washington St., died last Wednesday. He was 72. Beyond excellent sausage–Ostrowski’s is iconic in southeast […]

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    Privateers invade Fell’s Point
    April 16, 2014, No comments

    History buffs and pirate enthusiasts descended on Fell’s Point this weekend for the 10th Annual Privateer Festival, presented by Fell’s Point Main Street. The festival dominated the Broadway Square and […]

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    Living Stations of the Cross
    April 16, 2014, No comments

    Eighth-graders at St. Casimir School in Canton created living montages as they reenacted the Stations of the Cross, a Catholic tradition which begins with Jesus Christ’s arrest and condemnation and […]

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    Meet Your Merchants: East Baltimore
    April 2, 2014, No comments

    From Aliceanna to Ann… Broadway to Boston to Bank… Conkling to Curley… Eastern to East… Dean to Decker… Fell to Fagley to Fleet… and everywhere in between… These local merchants […]