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By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,Contributing Writer | April 10, 1992
Baja Beach ClubWhere: 55 Market Place.Hours: 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., Tuesday through Friday, 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Saturday and Sunday; closed Monday.Menu: pizza, salads, raw bar, burgers. Happy hour, Tuesday to Friday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., features two-for-one drinks and a buffet including shrimp and roast beef.Credit cards: All major cards accepted.Call: 727-0468. Summer is still weeks away, but you wouldn't know it from a visit to the Baja Beach Club. There it seems like an endless summer -- and the place just opened.
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By Sam Sessa | February 28, 2008
At 2 a.m. Sunday, Baja Beach Club's final bender -- at least in its current location -- will come to an end. The club, which has drawn legions of partyers in its 16-plus-year life span, will close its doors March 2. And unless a new home is found, we might never see it again. That means no more tipsy crowds tripping across Lombard Street, snarling traffic just to stand in line. Yes, Baja was just a party zone. But it was Baltimore's party zone. And, as such, it deserves a proper sendoff.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa | February 28, 2008
At 2 a.m. Sunday, Baja Beach Club's final bender -- at least in its current location -- will come to an end. The club, which has drawn legions of partyers in its 16-plus-year life span, will close its doors March 2. And unless a new home is found, we might never see it again. That means no more tipsy crowds tripping across Lombard Street, snarling traffic just to stand in line. Yes, Baja was just a party zone. But it was Baltimore's party zone. And, as such, it deserves a proper sendoff.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,Contributing Writer | April 10, 1992
Baja Beach ClubWhere: 55 Market Place.Hours: 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., Tuesday through Friday, 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Saturday and Sunday; closed Monday.Menu: pizza, salads, raw bar, burgers. Happy hour, Tuesday to Friday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., features two-for-one drinks and a buffet including shrimp and roast beef.Credit cards: All major cards accepted.Call: 727-0468. Summer is still weeks away, but you wouldn't know it from a visit to the Baja Beach Club. There it seems like an endless summer -- and the place just opened.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts | January 31, 1992
A former co-owner of the Surfside Sally's restaurant and bar in Fells Point -- which closed in 1990 after battling with area residents -- is back with plans to open a new nightspot near Baltimore's Inner Harbor.The city liquor board yesterday approved a license transfer that will enable Chicago-based entrepreneur Larry Siegel to open the Baja Beach Club inside the Harbor Park movie theater complex at 55 Market Place.Mr. Siegel, the co-owner of Surfside Sally's, said he has leased the 11,500-square-foot restaurant space formerly occupied by Chi Chi's Mexican restaurant and hopes to open by early April.
NEWS
By Athima Chansanchai and Hanah Cho and Athima Chansanchai and Hanah Cho,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2003
A McDaniel College dean is promising that the school's judicial system will consider disciplinary action for a "disturbing incident" that began with racial slurs and ended with one student hospitalized. Campus officials and Westminster police are investigating a fight that broke out at the Westminster school after a chartered bus trip to a Baltimore nightclub. Westminster police say they are investigating the matter as a hate crime. "I don't think any student should be subjected to verbal abuse," Philip Sayre, the college's dean of student affairs, said yesterday.
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By Athima Chansanchai and Hanah Cho and Athima Chansanchai and Hanah Cho,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2003
A McDaniel College dean is promising that the school's judicial system will consider disciplinary action for a "disturbing incident" that began with racial slurs and ended with one student hospitalized. Campus officials and Westminster police are investigating a fight that broke out at the Westminster school after a charter bus trip to a Baltimore nightclub. Westminster police say they are investigating the matter as a hate crime. "I don't think any student should be subjected to verbal abuse," Philip Sayre, the college's dean of student affairs, said yesterday.
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By Hanah Cho and Sheridan Lyons and Hanah Cho and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 13, 2004
One of two McDaniel College students who were involved in a brawl that had racial overtones last year was suspended for two semesters for violating the college's conduct code that prohibits physical abuse, the college Honor and Conduct Board announced yesterday. The board's decision comes more than two months after the students were charged in Carroll County District Court with assaulting two sophomores during a fight that broke out in November on the Westminster campus. The charges against the two students in that court have been dropped, but new charges have been filed in Carroll County Circuit Court.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF | April 8, 2000
United Artists has shut down its nine-screen movie theater at the Inner Harbor, which opened as a showpiece more than a decade ago but had fallen into disrepair. Colorado-based United Artists Theatre Circuit Inc., which runs about 300 theaters with nearly 2,000 screens, has been closing underperforming theaters, according to the company's financial documents. The theater chain, which has been closing mostly smaller, older theaters, said it has seen sales drop as competitors built stadium seating megaplexes in some of United Artists' markets.
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By Hanah Cho and Sheridan Lyons and Hanah Cho and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 13, 2004
One of two McDaniel College students who were involved in a brawl that had racial overtones last year was suspended for two semesters for violating the college's conduct code that prohibits physical abuse, the college Honor and Conduct Board announced yesterday. The board's decision comes more than two months after the students were charged in Carroll County District Court with assaulting two sophomores during a fight that broke out in November on the Westminster campus. The charges against the two students in that court have been dropped, but new charges have been filed in Carroll County Circuit Court.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts | January 31, 1992
A former co-owner of the Surfside Sally's restaurant and bar in Fells Point -- which closed in 1990 after battling with area residents -- is back with plans to open a new nightspot near Baltimore's Inner Harbor.The city liquor board yesterday approved a license transfer that will enable Chicago-based entrepreneur Larry Siegel to open the Baja Beach Club inside the Harbor Park movie theater complex at 55 Market Place.Mr. Siegel, the co-owner of Surfside Sally's, said he has leased the 11,500-square-foot restaurant space formerly occupied by Chi Chi's Mexican restaurant and hopes to open by early April.
NEWS
By Ivan Penn and By Ivan Penn,SUN STAFF | December 21, 2001
State Sen. Clarence M. Mitchell IV told supporters last night that he intends to run for re-election, despite the redistricting plan being pushed by the governor that he views as illegal and would pose a potentially difficult challenge against another incumbent senator. "What happened to that map that you saw was a total betrayal of the Democratic Party of the state of Maryland," Mitchell said. "I'm running for re-election from the 44th District whatever it may look like." Mitchell's remarks were made at his annual holiday party, attended by dozens of supporters, including city police officers and other city and state politicians, at the Baja Beach Club in downtown Baltimore.
FEATURES
By Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | January 22, 1993
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- This town has a science museum and a beautiful new beach. But it has become too stodgy of late and needs an infusion of college students.So say entrepreneurs who are inviting thousands of Spring Breakers back to Fort Lauderdale."Now most of the strong anti-Spring Break opponents have been removed from office," said a letter from Concierge Consultants, the group that organized the movement. "The majority of businesses and residents of Broward want Spring Breakers back."
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