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Gus G. Sentementes and Technology blogger extraordinaire | February 29, 2012
I am no longer a Baltimore TechBreakfast virgin. This morning, I trekked out of the house early, leaving my wife to fend for herself with our three little kids. I waited in ridiculous downtown Baltimore traffic, but finally made it the Advertising.com headquarters in Locust Point, where BTB was being held. ( Here's the Meetup information .) I got there, unfortunately, at the tail end of EchoPhi's presentation. (Sorry guys. Drop me a line at gus.sentementes@baltsun.com with a short summary of what you're building, please!
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Lorraine Mirabella | October 1, 2014
Three restaurants will join Pier One and Bark! this fall and winter in a new section of Annapolis Towne Centre, developer Greenberg Gibbons said. Mission BBQ, a fast-casual eatery that pays tribute to military service members, police officers and fire fighters, will open in October. Einstein Bagels will open in December. BGR, The Burger Joint, also will open in December, featuring burgers made from a blend of hormone free, grain-fed beef as well as tuna, veggie and turkey options.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | April 21, 1993
A request for a bagel recipe in which the bagel was first boiled in water and then baked in the oven was answered by Helen Cass of Phoenix. She responded with a recipe that she noted was published in The Sun 12 years ago.Cass' bagelsMakes 12 bagels.3 to 3 1/2 cups bread flour (approximately)1 to 1 1/4 cups quick or uncooked oats to make 1 cup ground oat flour3 tablespoons sugar2 envelopes active dry yeast2 teaspoons salt1 1/2 cups warm water (110 to 115 degrees1 egg, beatenNote: To make 1 cup of oat flour put 1 to 1 1/4 cups quick or old-fashioned uncooked oats in a blender or food processor.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2013
The actor known as John Locke on ABC's "Lost" has a taste for bagels. Terry O'Quinn stopped in at Towson Hot Bagels for a carb fix several times this week -- including today -- taking the time to pose with staff and fans as he waited for his food. On one visit, he agreed to a photo with the Towson University women's lacrosse team. "He waited for his bagel and a bunch of people took a picture with him. It was cool," said owner/manager Ciro Scotto. O'Quinn lived in Reisterstown for years and has apparently moved back to the area.
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By Marcy Goldman and Marcy Goldman,United Feature Syndicate | April 21, 1996
Oversized muffins, stuffed croissants and oat-bran everythings all started out as bakery novelties. Then they became food trends and suddenly popped up in markets of every stripe -- from gourmet outlets to convenience stores. And then, alas, passed into day-old obscurity. But some have become classics in the American food consciousness. And, certainly, bagels are an American success story.Not a roll, not a bread, but a unique hybrid, bagels are at once fragrant, crusty, amber-colored and hearty.
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By Ross Hetrick and Jay Hancock and Ross Hetrick and Jay Hancock,Sun Staff Writers | May 5, 1994
Why can't real life be more like old movies?In those old flicks, Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland could organize a Broadway-quality show in a week and raise enough money to save the orphanage. But anybody with an ounce of sense knows that a real-world Mickey and Judy would have to hassle with a million details, delaying the production for months.In the same spirit, Allan D. Gallant wanted to invite customers of his bagel shops to become part of his show -- as shareholders. He sent out pink postcards, complete with his trademark of a chef's head popping through a bagel, to 1,500 patrons, asking if they would be interested in investing in Bagels Inc., the owner of Sam's Bagels shops in Roland Park and Federal Hill.
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 12, 1998
CHESAPEAKE BAGEL Bakery and North Arundel Hospital will tTC kick off this year's Bagel Walkers program at 8 a.m. Monday with an Irish-style happening at the bakery in Park Plaza.Come dressed "in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day" and get a prize, or come anyway to enjoy green bagels and cream cheese.A bagpipe player will lead the parade of walkers to the trail.For more information, call North Arundel Hospital at 410-787-4367.Car seat safety stickersThe Kiwanis Club of Severna Park, with its motto "Young Children -- Priority One," has begun a project called Help a Child.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Staff Writer | August 28, 1995
The end of summer typically means a slow, foot-dragging return to school for children -- and for teachers.The Chesapeake Bagel Bakery has a remedy for the adults. Free bagels. Throughout September the company will give Anne Arundel County public and private school teachers and staff members freebies as part of its fourth annual Teacher Appreciation Month."This is in recognition of all the teachers in Anne Arundel County and all the hard work they do," said Charles Cockrill, co-owner of the Severna Park company.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | January 21, 1997
As the nation went to Washington this week to celebrate the greatness of the American political system, I journeyed all the way to Belvedere Avenue just below York Road to celebrate the brilliance of the American bagel, specifically Greg's Bagels, which are the creme de la creme, the bagel de la bagel, in all of bageldom.You could say bagels are on a roll. As Americans trekked across the mountains and the plains to reach the nation's capital this week, so was the bagel making its grand breakout journey across the national landscape, psychological as well as geographical.
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By Lynda Robinson | December 31, 1990
Greg Novik does a convincing imitation of a man taking a morning break.He slathers cream cheese on a sesame bagel, tops it with a tomato and some alfalfa sprouts, grabs a can of juice and lights up a Danish cigarette. He even pulls up a stool and sits on it for a few seconds.Then the timer on a convection oven behind him buzzes impatiently.Mr. Novik, a rumpled 44-year-old with a salt-and-pepper beard and rapid-fire mouth, whirls around and starts pulling out trays of hot, chewy, cinnamon raisin bagels.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2013
On Saturday, to celebrate National Bagel Day, Feb. 9, Brooklyn Water Bagels , and its national spokesman, Larry King, are inviting folks in for a Free Bagel and a Shmear. The promotion is valid in participating Brooklyn Water Bagels stores in Florida, Georgia, California and Maryland. There's no purchase necessary and the offer is valid for one per customer. There's a Brooklyn Water Bagels on Hooks Lane in Pikesville. Brooklyn Water Bagels was founded in 2009 in Delray Beach, Fla. as the Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. Follow Baltimore Diner on Twitter @gorelickingood  
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2013
Effective Tuesday, Bel-Loc Diner in Parkville has discontinued its dinner service. The Parkville diner will now be open for breakfast and lunch only, from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The diner has been open since 1964. Greg's Bagels in Belvedere Square is going to a five-day week.  In a Bagel Alert posted at the store, the owners, Greg and Kathy Novik, wrote, "After 24 years of working 6 days a week ... we no longer have the physical strength and endurance to continue.
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December 29, 2012
City residents have two opportunities to meet one-on-one with Laurel City Council members in January. Bagels with the Council will be held Saturday, Jan. 5 at 9 a.m. at the Laurel Armory, 422 Montgomery St. Drop-In with the Council will be held Tuesday, Jan. 8 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Laurel Municipal Center, 8103 Sandy Spring Road. To contact the council office, call 301-725-5300 Ext. 2120.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2012
The bagel isn't what it used to be. And we're not even talking about those rolls with a hole in the center you see for sale at the grocery store. Those aren't even bagels. But a bagel purist - and no one writes more crankily and persuasively about this subject than Mimi Sheraton -- will tell you that even the better bagels these days are soft and puffy imitations of their hard, chewy immigrant ancestors. It's the story of America. The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. has recently opened in Pikesville.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2012
Corner Bakery Cafe, a Dallas-based fast-casual chain, opened its second Baltimore-area store on Monday at the Festival at Woodholme. The specialties at Corner Bakery Cafe, which had its start as small bread bakery in downtown Chicago, are breakfast scramblers, panini and made-to-order sandwiches and pastas. Prices range from $.99 to $8.29.  The Pikesville Corner Bakery is at 1809 Reisterstown Road. For information call 410-205-2903 The first Baltimore Corner Bakery opened on Pratt Street in April.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | April 15, 2012
One-year-old Daniel Herman isn't a big fan of matzo, said his mother, Ahuva Herman. But any lingering fussiness from the past eight days disappeared Sunday as Daniel got his baby teeth into a piece of egg bagel. He bounced and giggled on his mother's lap as he gnawed away happily at Goldberg's New York Bagels in Pikesville. The Hermans, from Queens, N.Y., were in town to visit family for Passover. They were among the hordes of Jewish families that descended on kosher eateries such as Goldberg's, David Chu's China Bistro and Tov Pizza late Saturday night and early Sunday morning, looking to break their fast on yeast breads after the end of Passover at sundown.
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By ELIZABETH LARGE and ELIZABETH LARGE,elizabeth.large@baltsun.com | January 14, 2009
Baltimore is a city that can use more bagel shops. Now we have a new one, the Roland Park Bagel Co. (500 W. Cold Spring Lane, 410-889-3332). This is the latest in the Crazy Man Restaurant Group, which includes Loco Hombre, two Miss Shirley's, Alonso's and S'ghetti Eddie's. The new shop replaces Sam's Bagels, so I asked owner Edward Dopkin why he thought another bagel shop would succeed in the same location. For one thing, he says, it's a more ambitious endeavor, offering sandwiches made with "quality meats" on wraps, flatbread and ciabatta rolls as well as bagels.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | July 27, 1997
Everybody says Benjamin L. Cardin, the congressman who wishes he were governor of Maryland, cannot make up his mind. Everybody is wrong. Last week, a new poll says Cardin is breathing down the neck of Gov. Parris Glendening in a potential race, so naturally I call Cardin for reaction. His office on Capitol Hill says he will telephone me at this newspaper office, which he does."You got me in the middle of a bagel," I apologize through a mouthful of sesame seed bagel with a touch of cream cheese.
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Gus G. Sentementes and Technology blogger extraordinaire | February 29, 2012
I am no longer a Baltimore TechBreakfast virgin. This morning, I trekked out of the house early, leaving my wife to fend for herself with our three little kids. I waited in ridiculous downtown Baltimore traffic, but finally made it the Advertising.com headquarters in Locust Point, where BTB was being held. ( Here's the Meetup information .) I got there, unfortunately, at the tail end of EchoPhi's presentation. (Sorry guys. Drop me a line at gus.sentementes@baltsun.com with a short summary of what you're building, please!
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 3, 2012
The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. is coming to Pikesville. The first location of the Boca Raton, Fla.-based restaurant chain in the Mid-Atlantic Region will be located in Hooks Village, in Pikesville and will open sometime in the early spring, developers say. The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. is known for a proprietary water treatment system that replicates the quality of Brooklyn's water, which is thought by some to be the secret ingredient...
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