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By KEVIN COWHERD and KEVIN COWHERD,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | May 3, 2009
Megan and Brian Murray want you to rent their house. It's a rehabbed two-bedroom rowhouse near Patterson Park with "lots of old charm and character." They're even cool with pets - there's a grassy backyard that would accommodate anything up to a Shetland pony. The problem is, you haven't rented their place yet. Neither has anyone else. And they've been trying to rent it for months. So now the Murrays are pulling out their big gun. "Rent our house, get free beer all summer!!" says their new ad on Craigslist and the Baltimore Sports and Social Club Web site.
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2012
We'll be posting Black Friday dining specials here. The Breakfast Shoppe in Severna Park is giving away a diamond. That's right, a half-carat diamond worth $1,200. The first 101 guests to check-in on the Breakfast Shoppe Facebook page will reach their hand into a bowl filled with cubic zirconium and ... one real diamond. They then take their stone to Severna Park's Mercado Jewelers to find out if they have the real diamond. Doors open at 6 a.m. RA Sushi will be offering day-long "RA Retail Therapy" - an extended happy hour from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. There will be more than 35 sushi, appetizer, and tapas selections, ranging from $2.25 to $7.25, plus a wide variety of beer, wine and signature cocktails ranging from $3 to $7. The Oceanaire in Harbor East is running a "Buck a Shuck" special for Black Friday - $1 "chef select" oysters, from 5 p.m. to close.
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By Sam Sessa | August 4, 2005
The Return of ... Hondance Where: The Top Floor theater, 5440 Harford Road When: Noon-midnight Saturday Why: Watch about 25 shorts and features from local filmmakers, kick it to local bands and raise money to benefit the Top Floor. Your ticket's also good for free beer. That's right -- free beer. Information: 443-691-7040, www.hondance.com. Admission: All-day pass, $12; evening pass (after 7:30 p.m.), $8.
NEWS
May 8, 2012
Music festival This year's Silopanna Music Festival will be held Saturday, Aug. 11, at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds in Crownsville. The complete lineup will be announced June 11. For tickets and more information, go to silopannafest.com. Volunteer center fundraiser Annual benefit event for the Volunteer Center for Anne Arundel County takes place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, May 11, at the Loews Annapolis Hotel, 126 West St. Event features music by Sparks, Raymond & McCoy, video horse racing on a large screen, "betting windows" for play-money and prizes, a two-hour open bar, food, and live and silent auction items including a Rolling Stones autographed guitar, Army-Navy football tickets, sports memorabilia and tickets, and dining packages.
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By SAM SESSA | January 25, 2007
Hometown -- Pasadena Current members --Ben Cowdery, drums; Joey Harkum, vocals and guitar; Aaron Hooper, bass; Will Finley, lead guitar; Matthew Richey, vocals; Ray Wroten, vocals; Geoff Burroughs, trumpet Founded in --2001 Style --acoustic indie rock Influenced by --Sublime, Flogging Molly, Johnny Cash, Operation Ivy, Bob Marley Notable --To celebrate the release of its first packaged CD, Pasadena is throwing a bash in Sonar's lounge and on its...
ENTERTAINMENT
by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2012
We'll be posting Black Friday dining specials here. The Breakfast Shoppe in Severna Park is giving away a diamond. That's right, a half-carat diamond worth $1,200. The first 101 guests to check-in on the Breakfast Shoppe Facebook page will reach their hand into a bowl filled with cubic zirconium and ... one real diamond. They then take their stone to Severna Park's Mercado Jewelers to find out if they have the real diamond. Doors open at 6 a.m. RA Sushi will be offering day-long "RA Retail Therapy" - an extended happy hour from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. There will be more than 35 sushi, appetizer, and tapas selections, ranging from $2.25 to $7.25, plus a wide variety of beer, wine and signature cocktails ranging from $3 to $7. The Oceanaire in Harbor East is running a "Buck a Shuck" special for Black Friday - $1 "chef select" oysters, from 5 p.m. to close.
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By Sam Sessa | April 10, 2008
The first time I went to Looney's Pub in Canton, I liked its laid-back feel and worn-in decor. That was more than two years ago, when Looney's seemed to expend as much effort courting sit-down diners as it did drinkers. A lot has changed for the better at the Canton Square pub since then. Last year, the owners decided to shift their focus more to the drinkers and made some much-needed renovations. They removed one of the two pool tables upstairs, built a new bar on each floor, and brought in high-topped tables and chairs to one of the two downstairs dining rooms.
NEWS
By JEAN MARBELLA | August 14, 2007
It's like that sign you see in some bars, eternally promising, "Free Beer Tomorrow." "We've been hearing next week, next week for the last two, three months," Charlene Gilbert, a Locust Point resident, said. "I don't think next week is ever going to come." It's coming tomorrow, the city promises, at 11 a.m. to be specific. Not free beer, but something even better (which is saying a lot in this neighborhood where the main drag, Fort Avenue, seems to have a bar on every corner): the opening of the Key Highway extension.
SPORTS
By Kevin Cowherd | May 16, 2010
O K, this is why I didn't go into marketing. I rip Preakness officials for serving unlimited beer in the infield and rolling out this low-brow "Get Your Preak On" ad campaign. And what happens? The place turns into Woodstock again. Yep, one year after Pimlico Race Course banned folks from bringing beer into the infield, causing attendance to drop by 35,000, the party was on again Saturday. Depending on whom you talked to, about 33,200 people jammed the infield to watch pro beach volleyball and a bikini contest and listen to O.A.R.
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By ROB KASPER | November 7, 1993
Judges, as we all know, are somber sorts. So recently, when I was called upon to be a beer judge, I did my best to behave in the appropriate manner.The occasion was a contest among area microbrewers. The contest was part of a benefit for the Lupus Foundation of Maryland, held at Bohager's restaurant in Fells Point.In one part of the restaurant, patrons drank cups of locally made beers, some on draft, some in bottles. In another room folks tried samples of unusual bottled beers, like Perry's Majestic, an "organic beer" brewed in Michigan.
SPORTS
By Kevin Cowherd | May 16, 2010
O K, this is why I didn't go into marketing. I rip Preakness officials for serving unlimited beer in the infield and rolling out this low-brow "Get Your Preak On" ad campaign. And what happens? The place turns into Woodstock again. Yep, one year after Pimlico Race Course banned folks from bringing beer into the infield, causing attendance to drop by 35,000, the party was on again Saturday. Depending on whom you talked to, about 33,200 people jammed the infield to watch pro beach volleyball and a bikini contest and listen to O.A.R.
ENTERTAINMENT
By KEVIN COWHERD and KEVIN COWHERD,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | May 3, 2009
Megan and Brian Murray want you to rent their house. It's a rehabbed two-bedroom rowhouse near Patterson Park with "lots of old charm and character." They're even cool with pets - there's a grassy backyard that would accommodate anything up to a Shetland pony. The problem is, you haven't rented their place yet. Neither has anyone else. And they've been trying to rent it for months. So now the Murrays are pulling out their big gun. "Rent our house, get free beer all summer!!" says their new ad on Craigslist and the Baltimore Sports and Social Club Web site.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa | April 10, 2008
The first time I went to Looney's Pub in Canton, I liked its laid-back feel and worn-in decor. That was more than two years ago, when Looney's seemed to expend as much effort courting sit-down diners as it did drinkers. A lot has changed for the better at the Canton Square pub since then. Last year, the owners decided to shift their focus more to the drinkers and made some much-needed renovations. They removed one of the two pool tables upstairs, built a new bar on each floor, and brought in high-topped tables and chairs to one of the two downstairs dining rooms.
NEWS
By JEAN MARBELLA | August 14, 2007
It's like that sign you see in some bars, eternally promising, "Free Beer Tomorrow." "We've been hearing next week, next week for the last two, three months," Charlene Gilbert, a Locust Point resident, said. "I don't think next week is ever going to come." It's coming tomorrow, the city promises, at 11 a.m. to be specific. Not free beer, but something even better (which is saying a lot in this neighborhood where the main drag, Fort Avenue, seems to have a bar on every corner): the opening of the Key Highway extension.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA | January 25, 2007
Hometown -- Pasadena Current members --Ben Cowdery, drums; Joey Harkum, vocals and guitar; Aaron Hooper, bass; Will Finley, lead guitar; Matthew Richey, vocals; Ray Wroten, vocals; Geoff Burroughs, trumpet Founded in --2001 Style --acoustic indie rock Influenced by --Sublime, Flogging Molly, Johnny Cash, Operation Ivy, Bob Marley Notable --To celebrate the release of its first packaged CD, Pasadena is throwing a bash in Sonar's lounge and on its...
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