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Here's your chance to own a slice of rom-com history. A Fells Point building used as the exterior of Meg Ryan's house in the classic 1993 film "Sleepless in Seattle" is for up for sale. 

JHU Named Best College in Maryland (BBJ Story)

Sep 5, 2019
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Johns Hopkins University has been named the No. 1 best college in Maryland, according to a new 2020 ranking by Niche.com. 

Remington Bar Closes (BBJ Story)

Sep 4, 2019
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One of Remington's iconic neighborhood bars has closed. 

Bamboa To Open in Harbor East (BBJ Story)

Sep 3, 2019
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Want a cup of bubble tea or a rice bowl with an origami lesson on the side?

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Towson University offers prospective students and their families a better value for their money than Johns Hopkins University, according to a new report. 

Aldi Launches New Look (BBJ Story)

Aug 20, 2019
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Aldi introduced new "On the Go" food, wider aisles and discount meat and fish to its newly renovated location in East Baltimore — and shoppers are already responding. The grocery chain is investing $18 million to update 13 Baltimore-area stores, said Division Vice President Jeff Baehr. The store on East Fayette Street is the third to be remodeled this year after stores in Elkton and Essex. The renovation is part of a $1.9 billion national push to renovate 1,300 Aldi stores by the end of 2020.

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After struggling for months to find a new lead sponsor, the Inner Harbor Ice Rink will return this winter thanks to a $115,000 grant from the Joseph & Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds. 

More Jazz Coming To Baltimore (BBJ Story)

Aug 14, 2019
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It's a good time to be a jazz lover in Baltimore. The city's live jazz scene will grow its ranks later this week with the grand opening of Bentley's, a new restaurant in Midtown-Belvedere that aims to host a regular rotation of performers. 

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The Maryland Public Service Commission took its first step toward changing the way utility companies such as Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. set rates — a move the regulator said will provide more certainty to customers. 

City Stadiums Increase Security (BBJ Story)

Aug 6, 2019
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Upcoming games at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards will see heightened security after two mass shootings elsewhere in the country claimed the lives of more than 30 people over the weekend. 

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A dockless vehicle company co-founded by Olympian Usain Bolt and new to Baltimore will join three existing companies as the city's first fully permitted scooter and bike vendors. 

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U.S. News and World Report has again named Johns Hopkins Hospital the third-best hospital in the country.

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After more than a year, the development team planning to overhaul Penn Station will host a second public meeting to talk about the project's progress. 

Woodstock 50 Looking At Merriweather (BBJ Story)

Jul 27, 2019
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Promoters of the Woodstock 50 music festival have their sights set on Howard County's Merriweather Post Pavilion as the new venue. Scott Peterson, a spokesman for Howard County Executive Calvin Ball, said Thursday that county officials are working with Merriweather and festival organizers to bring the concert to Columbia.

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Baltimore County’s massive logistics center, Tradepoint Atlantic, is partnering with a global offshore wind farm developer to create the state’s first offshore wind energy staging center. 

M&T Bank Stadium Gets Updates (BBJ Story)

Jul 22, 2019
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The Ravens have put the final touches on a $120 million update to M&T Bank Stadium with a couple of weeks to go until the preseason begins. 

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Ceremony Coffee, Roggenart bakery and a new concept from former Ouzo Bay chef Rey Eugenio are among the vendors coming to the new Whitehall Food Market in Hampden. 

"Regular Beer" Offered By DuClaw (BBJ Story)

Jul 16, 2019
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If you're just looking for a normal beer, DuClaw Brewing Co. may literally have just the thing. 

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Scott Plank's War Horse Cities is redeveloping a vacant, former clothing factory near Hollins Market to office and tech space. 

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A new study has ranked Maryland the 11th worst state in the U.S. to start a business. 

Charmery Plans Fed Hill Location (BBJ Story)

Jul 2, 2019
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The Charmery is expanding again with plans to open a fourth ice cream shop this year in Federal Hill. 

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A Maryland judge has ordered Washington Redskins running back Adrian Peterson to pay about $2.4 million after he defaulted on a loan from a Montgomery County lending service. 

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A negotiating team made up of Baltimore City officials and the owners of Pimlico Race Course have been talking almost daily about how they can come to an agreement over the future of the 149-year-old track, the Preakness Stakes and Maryland's horse racing industry. 

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The team tapped to redevelop Penn Station in Midtown Baltimore is on the hunt for retail and office tenants. The $140 million project is expected to begin by the end of the year, developers Penn Station Partners said Monday. 

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A Mexican restaurant from the family behind Highlandtown bar and restaurant Carlos O'Charlies is headed to Union Wharf. 

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The Maryland Board of Public Works voted 3-0 Wednesday to move forward with a $27.5 million demolition of 39 structures at the Baltimore City Correctional Complex located east of the Jones Falls Expressway.

Round1 coming to Towson Town Center (BBJ Story)

Jun 18, 2019
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Towson Town Center is making way for Round1, a chain that will bring bowling, arcade games, karaoke, food, drinks and more to the suburban mall. 

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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians picketed rather than practiced at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Monday morning, hours after learning the orchestra's board had decided to lock them out amid ongoing contract negotiations. 

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Break out your bowling shoes: Mustang Alley's will reopen under new ownership later this summer. 

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Baltimore City said today it is withdrawing its lawsuit against the owners of the Pimlico Race Course and resuming negotiations on keeping the Preakness Stakes at the 149-year-old track. 

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