March 18, 1992
Welcome home, Roy.Things haven't been the same along the old Ritchie Trail since your chuck wagons were sold to Hardee's.They took down your friendly signs with the sun peeking over the mountains. Broke up the Fixins Bars. Replaced your grub with some corporate guy's idea of fine dining.When they got done, the only thing left was the chicken. Fine way to treat a western legend.But you can't keep a good man down, right Roy? Instead of riding into the sunset, you started making records again.
June 8, 2005
Commercial real estate new leasing activity in Maryland of at least 3,000 square feet: Tenant Landlord Location Square footage Agent(s) BHS Corrugated North America Inc. James F. Knott Realty Group 9103 Yellow Brick Road, Rossville 24,708 L. Sweeney, JFK, for both parties. Worldwide Corp. MIE Properties 797 Cromwell Drive, Glen Burnie 9,000 S. Manhoff, GE, for the tenant; R. Williamson, MIE, for the landlord. K. Hovnanian Homes MIE Properties 4961 Telsa Drive, Bowie 7,800 J. Palermo, M, for the tenant; R. Williamson, MIE, for the landlord.
June 6, 2004
They are seated in a 50-year-old farmhouse waiting for a sumptuous meal of turkey, string beans, sweet potatoes and cinnamon. Their mouths water until host Rudy Edalati joins them. The diners are Edalati's seven lucky dogs -- lucky to have been rescued by her, and lucky to eat her home-cooked meals, based on her grandmother's recipes. Edalati, 32, cooks for her dogs and eight pet cats, as well as for two horses and the feral cats, geese, chickens and ducks on her 52-acre farm in Dickerson, Montgomery County.
February 22, 2001
Pub food typically is hearty, basic fare that contributes to rather than dominates the place where it's served. In other words, a good pub is about a lot more than grub. And Porter's is no exception to the rule. The Federal Hill pub opened at the turn of the millennium (the real one that is, 2001) in the building that used to house Ransome's on Riverside Avenue. In the weeks since, Porter's has built up an impressive following, judging by the crowd of men, women and children that filled all 68 seats in the bar and dining room on a recent Saturday.
June 27, 1999
June 30: 1999 Preservation Awards & Annual Meeting. Benefits Baltimore Heritage Inc.'s efforts to preserve the city's historic buildings. Cocktails, dinner, business meeting and awards ceremony. Masonic Temple, 225 N. Charles St. Tickets $50 members; $57 nonmembers. Call 410-625-2585.Around TownGetting a good meal isn't a problem these days for Don Shula. The former coach of the Baltimore Colts and the Miami Dolphins has a chain of steakhouses across the country, including two here in Baltimore.
March 13, 1997
SENATE REPUBLICANS were on the verge of making themselves rather than Clinton-Gore fund-raising the issue before coming to their senses and agreeing to a wide-scale probe of campaign financing improprieties. Both parties are now vulnerable to embarrassment and worse, which is as it should be.The GOP turnabout may put some zip behind a reform effort that seemed all but dead despite daily headlines about White House sleepovers, foreign contributions to the Democratic National Committee and, the latest outrage: unconscionable bilking by the DNC of a land-starved Indian tribe that paid $107,000 for a Clinton coffee-klatch.