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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2010
At Target Field in Minneapolis, the runaway hit is Murray's Steak Sandwich, which outsells everything else at the new stadium, even hot dogs. At New Meadowlands Stadium, the big seller is Nonna Fusco's meatballs. Each of these stadium's signature items evolved out of scouting tours like the one Delaware North Cos. Sportservice executives took Wednesday in Baltimore, in search of their next phenomenon. Joining them were Orioles front-office executives, including Janet Marie Smith, the team's vice president of planning and development.
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By Laura Vozzella, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2011
Baltimore schoolkids collected pennies nearly 150 years ago to save Edgar Allan Poe the indignity of lying in an unmarked grave. Now another "Pennies for Poe" campaign is under way, this time with the intention of sparing his North Amity Street house from closure. Which brings us to the fishbowl on the counter at G&A Restaurant on Eastern Avenue, not far from the grill where Coney Island hot dogs sizzle. How does Baltimore's literary giant get mixed up with a Highlandtown diner?
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By Laura Vozzella, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2011
Baltimore schoolkids collected pennies nearly 150 years ago to save Edgar Allan Poe the indignity of lying in an unmarked grave. Now another "Pennies for Poe" campaign is under way, this time with the intention of sparing his North Amity Street house from closure. Which brings us to the fishbowl on the counter at G&A Restaurant on Eastern Avenue, not far from the grill where Coney Island hot dogs sizzle. How does Baltimore's literary giant get mixed up with a Highlandtown diner?
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2010
At Target Field in Minneapolis, the runaway hit is Murray's Steak Sandwich, which outsells everything else at the new stadium, even hot dogs. At New Meadowlands Stadium, the big seller is Nonna Fusco's meatballs. Each of these stadium's signature items evolved out of scouting tours like the one Delaware North Cos. Sportservice executives took Wednesday in Baltimore, in search of their next phenomenon. Joining them were Orioles front-office executives, including Janet Marie Smith, the team's vice president of planning and development.
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