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By Larry Perl, lperl@tribune.com | March 31, 2013
The second Eddie's of Roland Park store opened Sept. 22, 1992, so the store's 20th anniversary was actually last fall. But the store on North Charles Street is celebrating its 20th year officially April 13. "Spring is a nice time," owner Nancy Cohen said, smiling. "It's around the Jewish holidays. Kids are back in school. " The store at 6213 N. Charles (the original, 69-year-old store is on Roland Avenue) will mark its anniversary with a Shop Local event from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., featuring specials, tastings and a meet-and-greet with local vendors.
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NEWS
March 24, 2013
A supermarket across from Eddie's Market in Charles Village ("Eddie's Market rallies Charles Villagers to resist potential competition on Hopkins lot," March 18)? It can't be. Eddie's is a unique Baltimore institution. When I couldn't find grape leaves anywhere else, guess who had a jar? Eddie's. When my husband forgot his wallet and couldn't buy his ice cream, the manager lent him $10! And spring and summer it's a great place to eat one of their deli sandwiches outside at their café tables in front and "people watch.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2013
Meet Eddie. Eddie is a calico lobster. He is one in 30 million, give or take. Eddie is in safe hands now with the Profish Seafood Company of Washington, D.C. John Rorapaugh, Profish's director of sustainable initiatives, says that Eddie has been sequestered from the other lobsters so that someone doesn't accidentally sell him.  The sharp-eyed lobster spotter, Rorapaugh said, was Peter Martone, Profish's lobster buyer, who saw the calico, named...
SPORTS
By Tom Schad and The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2013
On Saturday, Eddie Hall of Cockeysville will stand on a stage in New York City wearing skintight shorts. He will tuck his foot behind his head, push both hands against the ground and lift his body into the air, staying still and at peace even as his body is twisted like a pretzel. The posture, or asana, is called Om. Then he will untangle himself and move on to the next one. This is yoga asana, and it might be the most fascinating sport you didn't know existed. After first-place finishes in last month's regional championship, Hall and Allison Kinter of Baltimore will represent the Baltimore region at the sport's national championship beginning Saturday.
NEWS
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2012
Former Orioles third baseman Doug DeCinces was indicted Wednesday, along with three friends, by a federal grand jury in California on securities fraud charges, for allegedly cashing in on inside information about the acquisition of an Orange County medical company, prosecutors said. The criminal indictment is the latest fallout related to the acquisition, which previously resulted in DeCinces and Hall of Fame former Oriole Eddie Murray — who was not named in Wednesday's indictment — paying civil settlements to the Securities and Exchange Commission last year and in August, respectively.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kit Waskom Pollard, For The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2012
As its name suggests, S'ghetti Eddie's is a casual place. The Keswick restaurant, located on West Cold Spring Lane in a block that includes sister spots Miss Shirley's, Loco Hombre, Roland Park Bagel and Alonso's, is well-known among young families and Loyola University Maryland students, who flock there for its capable takes on pizza, wings and pasta. S'ghetti Eddie's opened in 2007, taking over the space vacated when Miss Shirley's moved to bigger digs across the street. Last summer, the restaurant received a face-lift — new paint, new tables, new art and new additions to the menu.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2012
Roddy Peters, the four-star recruit from Suitland who committed to Maryland on Tuesday, had a pretty good coach to learn from this past spring and summer while playing for D.C. Assault. Former Wizards coach Eddie Jordan, a former point guard himself, helped coach Peters on the local AAU powerhouse and believes the Terps made out well for themselves. "He's a terrific passer, a willing passer, who's great in the open court," Jordan said Wednesday from Los Angeles, where he is now an assistant with the Lakers.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2012
The kid's name was Chase, and the driver knew he'd be trouble from the second he set foot on the school bus. "He was a sixth-grader, a little rebel," said Eddie Hinton, aka "Mr. Eddie" to the children. "I decided to try and change that. " One morning, as Chase climbed aboard, Hinton declared, "I'm going to make you my friend. " Chase shrugged and moved on. "When he sat down, the kid next to him whispered, 'You know, Mr. Eddie played in the Super Bowl,' " Hinton said. Chase glanced first at the aging driver, then at the 1970 championship ring on his hand.
SPORTS
By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2012
Derek Jeter continues to move up the all-time hits list, and for the second time this season he passed an Orioles great Tuesday night. Jeter's leadoff home run against the White Sox's Francisco Liriano in Chicago was the Yankee shortstop's 3,256th career hit, moving him past Hall of Famer Eddie Murray for sole possession of 11th place on the all-time list. On June 29, Jeter passed Cal Ripken Jr. (3,184) for sole possession of 13th on the list with a double that also came in the first inning of a game against the White Sox. With the Orioles' most prolific hitters out of the way, Willie Mays (3,283)
SPORTS
By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | August 17, 2012
Orioles Hall-of-Famer Eddie Murray has agreed to pay $358,151 to settle charges that he illegally profited from an insider trading scheme involving former teammate Doug DeCinces, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Friday. Murray, who was in Baltimore last weekend for the unveiling of a statue of him at Camden Yards, made $235,114 in illegal profits, according to the SEC charges. In paying the settlement, Murray, 56, neither admitted to nor denied the allegations.
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