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By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2011
Harborplace & The Gallery has added another new tenant as the downtown Baltimore shopping complex continues efforts to appeal to more area residents and businesspeople as well as to tourists. The shopping center announced Wednesday that IT'SUGAR, a candy shop, will occupy a 3,100-square-foot space on the first floor of the Pratt Street Pavilion this summer. The candy store is the latest business to announce that it's moving to Harborplace, which had lost some of its highest-profile tenants during the recession.
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Lorraine Mirabella | May 22, 2012
 Candy retailer The Best of Luck Candy & Gifts has moved to larger quarters at Power Plant in downtown Baltimore, next to Phillips Seafood. The Inner Harbor store, which specializes in bulk and nostalgia candy, gift baskets and custom favors, is double the size of the former location in Harbor East, with entrances on Pratt Street and the Power Plant promenade.  Besides candy such as Blow Pops, Pop Rocks and Charleston Chews, the store sells...
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Lorraine Mirabella | May 22, 2012
 Candy retailer The Best of Luck Candy & Gifts has moved to larger quarters at Power Plant in downtown Baltimore, next to Phillips Seafood. The Inner Harbor store, which specializes in bulk and nostalgia candy, gift baskets and custom favors, is double the size of the former location in Harbor East, with entrances on Pratt Street and the Power Plant promenade.  Besides candy such as Blow Pops, Pop Rocks and Charleston Chews, the store sells...
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2011
Harborplace & The Gallery has added another new tenant as the downtown Baltimore shopping complex continues efforts to appeal to more area residents and businesspeople as well as to tourists. The shopping center announced Wednesday that IT'SUGAR, a candy shop, will occupy a 3,100-square-foot space on the first floor of the Pratt Street Pavilion this summer. The candy store is the latest business to announce that it's moving to Harborplace, which had lost some of its highest-profile tenants during the recession.
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March 23, 2003
PAUL RAIMONDI SR., 82, died March 14, 2003, beloved husband of Stella Raimondi, devoted father of Paul Raimondi Jr., brother of Ann Colton and Genevieve Stromer and the late Mary DeSimone, Lucy Aprin and Josephine Harvey, grandfather of Kimberley John of Palm Beach, FL, Nicole Szarko of Eldersburg, MD, great-grandfather of Justin, Jordan and Jared. A Funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Dominic Catholic Church on March 17, 2003 and Interment at Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery, all arranged by Leonard J. Ruck, Inc. Funeral Home.
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By Linda Lowe Morris | June 16, 1991
If Father's Day finds you with no card, no gift and no idea what to do next, you might try Heart to Please.It's a new card and gift shop in the 62-year-old Tudor-style shopping center at the corner of Regester Avenue and York Road in Stoneleigh. And here's the crucial part -- it opens at 10 this morning, early enough so that you can stuff the kids into the tTC car, sneak over there, shop and get back before the actual Father's Day gift-opening ceremony this afternoon."Father's Day is a very last-minute thing," says owner Vickie Burrier, a resident of nearby Rodgers Forge.
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By JoAnne C. Broadwater and JoAnne C. Broadwater,Special to The Sun | October 23, 1994
Sampling creamy, crunchy, luscious chocolates is all in a day's work for Bel Air business owners Patricia and Melinda Mosser.The sisters, partners in a new candy shop on Main Street called Nanna's Chocolates, taste test truffles, jellies, fruit creams, nut clusters and chewy caramels made by local chocolatiers before choosing the sweets that will fill their own cases."
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By Frank Lynch and Frank Lynch,Staff Writer | December 13, 1992
Smiling faces, bright eyes, cheerful laughter and friendly conversation easily made Bomboy's candy shop the happiest place in Havre de Grace -- perhaps in all of Harford County -- yesterday.From 7-year-old Michael Ciufo to retired railroader Ralph Neff, all customers who entered the tiny shop at Market and Girard Streets had one thing on their minds -- candy, and lots of it.Fifteen minutes before the doors opened at 10 a.m. the line was eight deep. A raw, cold wind was gusting off the upper Chesapeake at the mouth of the Susquehanna River and light rain was falling.
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By P.J. Huffstutter and P.J. Huffstutter,LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 14, 2004
CHICAGO - Clutching a wad of cash in a white-gloved hand, Carla Newman scours the nearly empty Fannie May candy shop for remnants of her childhood. Every holiday, a slim box picturing a Chicago skyline would find its way onto the coffee table. Easter called for boxes filled with Mint Melt A Ways and their bright-green taste of spring. Christmas was time for Trinidads, with golden chocolate and the crunch of coconut. And for Valentine's Day, Cupid always delivered piles of Pixies, oozing with caramel.
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By ANDREA F. SIEGEL and ANDREA F. SIEGEL,SUN REPORTER | November 29, 2005
Less than three days after a stubborn fire raced through three businesses in Annapolis' historic district, city officials set a May target for having much of the rebuilding done. "I know that's a little unrealistic," Annapolis Mayor Ellen O. Moyer said at a news conference yesterday held to discuss the five-alarm Friday night blaze. But the mayor said she wants to stick to an aggressive schedule that by the start of tourist season in May would see at least one refurbished building reopened, the second close behind and a third - on the site of a structure being demolished because it is unsalvageable - ready to rise from an approved design.
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By ANDREA F. SIEGEL and ANDREA F. SIEGEL,SUN REPORTER | November 29, 2005
Less than three days after a stubborn fire raced through three businesses in Annapolis' historic district, city officials set a May target for having much of the rebuilding done. "I know that's a little unrealistic," Annapolis Mayor Ellen O. Moyer said at a news conference yesterday held to discuss the five-alarm Friday night blaze. But the mayor said she wants to stick to an aggressive schedule that by the start of tourist season in May would see at least one refurbished building reopened, the second close behind and a third - on the site of a structure being demolished because it is unsalvageable - ready to rise from an approved design.
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By P.J. Huffstutter and P.J. Huffstutter,LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 14, 2004
CHICAGO - Clutching a wad of cash in a white-gloved hand, Carla Newman scours the nearly empty Fannie May candy shop for remnants of her childhood. Every holiday, a slim box picturing a Chicago skyline would find its way onto the coffee table. Easter called for boxes filled with Mint Melt A Ways and their bright-green taste of spring. Christmas was time for Trinidads, with golden chocolate and the crunch of coconut. And for Valentine's Day, Cupid always delivered piles of Pixies, oozing with caramel.
NEWS
March 23, 2003
PAUL RAIMONDI SR., 82, died March 14, 2003, beloved husband of Stella Raimondi, devoted father of Paul Raimondi Jr., brother of Ann Colton and Genevieve Stromer and the late Mary DeSimone, Lucy Aprin and Josephine Harvey, grandfather of Kimberley John of Palm Beach, FL, Nicole Szarko of Eldersburg, MD, great-grandfather of Justin, Jordan and Jared. A Funeral Mass was celebrated at St. Dominic Catholic Church on March 17, 2003 and Interment at Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery, all arranged by Leonard J. Ruck, Inc. Funeral Home.
FEATURES
By David Grist and David Grist,Eating Well Magazine United Feature Syndicate | November 27, 1994
The marvelous manipulation of sugar crystals and chocolate is not just for professionals. With a good candy thermometer and a sturdy, heavy-bottomed pot, your kitchen can become a confectionery. And, in the home kitchen, it's possible to make lower-fat indulgences. Our recipes are inspired by the traditional candy shop, but dried fruits and chestnut puree stand in for fatty creams, and chocolate is used in moderation. Yet these candies are absolutely scrumptious.NTC Cooking sugar: Using the correct technique for cooking sugar syrups is critical to the success of many candy recipes.
NEWS
By JoAnne C. Broadwater and JoAnne C. Broadwater,Special to The Sun | October 23, 1994
Sampling creamy, crunchy, luscious chocolates is all in a day's work for Bel Air business owners Patricia and Melinda Mosser.The sisters, partners in a new candy shop on Main Street called Nanna's Chocolates, taste test truffles, jellies, fruit creams, nut clusters and chewy caramels made by local chocolatiers before choosing the sweets that will fill their own cases."
NEWS
By Frank Lynch and Frank Lynch,Staff Writer | December 13, 1992
Smiling faces, bright eyes, cheerful laughter and friendly conversation easily made Bomboy's candy shop the happiest place in Havre de Grace -- perhaps in all of Harford County -- yesterday.From 7-year-old Michael Ciufo to retired railroader Ralph Neff, all customers who entered the tiny shop at Market and Girard Streets had one thing on their minds -- candy, and lots of it.Fifteen minutes before the doors opened at 10 a.m. the line was eight deep. A raw, cold wind was gusting off the upper Chesapeake at the mouth of the Susquehanna River and light rain was falling.
FEATURES
By David Grist and David Grist,Eating Well Magazine United Feature Syndicate | November 27, 1994
The marvelous manipulation of sugar crystals and chocolate is not just for professionals. With a good candy thermometer and a sturdy, heavy-bottomed pot, your kitchen can become a confectionery. And, in the home kitchen, it's possible to make lower-fat indulgences. Our recipes are inspired by the traditional candy shop, but dried fruits and chestnut puree stand in for fatty creams, and chocolate is used in moderation. Yet these candies are absolutely scrumptious.NTC Cooking sugar: Using the correct technique for cooking sugar syrups is critical to the success of many candy recipes.
NEWS
By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 30, 2002
Baltimore prosecutors and police officials announced yesterday the breakup of an East Baltimore drug ring and the indictment of a suspected major supplier of products needed to create street-level narcotics. "This was a months-long investigation with intense work by detectives," said State's Attorney Patricia C. Jessamy. "We're using every tool in the toolbox to (reduce) violence on our streets." Jessamy and police officials said 10 people were indicted last week on drug charges stemming from the investigation.
FEATURES
By Linda Lowe Morris | June 16, 1991
If Father's Day finds you with no card, no gift and no idea what to do next, you might try Heart to Please.It's a new card and gift shop in the 62-year-old Tudor-style shopping center at the corner of Regester Avenue and York Road in Stoneleigh. And here's the crucial part -- it opens at 10 this morning, early enough so that you can stuff the kids into the tTC car, sneak over there, shop and get back before the actual Father's Day gift-opening ceremony this afternoon."Father's Day is a very last-minute thing," says owner Vickie Burrier, a resident of nearby Rodgers Forge.
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