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December 28, 2007
A weekly look at a fun place to catch a Ravens game: Padonia Station 63 E. Padonia Road, Timonium Viewing pleasure: Thirty-five 52-inch flat screens located throughout the bar, plus two gigantic projection screens. Best seat in the house: In the game room, where the projection screens are located. Crowd: Ravens fans of all ages. Pre-game meal: Heineken beer (bottle or draught) $3.25. Half-price burgers after 7 p.m. On the wall: Sports memorabilia from different teams. Phone: 410-252-8181 Web site: www.padoniastation.
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Wesley Case | April 11, 2014
In early December, a Facebook post announced a change had come to a Riverside haunt: “Hey guys. It's no longer Paul's bar ... we are under new ownership but not much else is going to change.” Shotti's Point had arrived, but it was the second part of the message that mattered most. From 2000 to 2013, Paul Zang turned the Fort Avenue corner bar into a no-nonsense hangout for neighborhood patrons of all ages. I unknowingly stumbled upon Paul's one summer night in 2012, and happily played pool as the gregarious Zang chatted with regulars and Led Zeppelin played over the speakers.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2011
Sometimes a bar has been around so long that it's easy to take for granted. So it is with Slainte Irish Pub . For eight years, the bar has been an anchor in Fells Point, a clean-cut destination for traditional Irish fare and sports. If you're a soccer fan, there's no better place in town to watch a match than at Slainte. When the site of the World Cup 2022 was announced, fans gathered at Slainte to commiserate over the United States' loss and to get excited about the championship.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2011
Sometimes a bar has been around so long that it's easy to take for granted. So it is with Slainte Irish Pub . For eight years, the bar has been an anchor in Fells Point, a clean-cut destination for traditional Irish fare and sports. If you're a soccer fan, there's no better place in town to watch a match than at Slainte. When the site of the World Cup 2022 was announced, fans gathered at Slainte to commiserate over the United States' loss and to get excited about the championship.
SPORTS
By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,Sun Staff Writer | April 19, 1994
Reports out of Wachapreague, Va., indicate the best flounder fishing in a decade, and certainly the upswing can be attributed at least in part to reduced recreational creel limits and increased minimum size limits over the past few years.Starting May 1, Maryland and Virginia will reduce creel limits even further under regulations that will be equal in both states."We have finally got our acts together," Frances McFaden of Maryland's Department of Natural Resources said yesterday. "In either state, in bay waters or coastal waters, the limits will be the same."
SPORTS
By CANDUS THOMSON | August 23, 2004
If you are what you eat, then Greek softball is like the San Francisco Giants. There isnM-Ft a hot dog, a personal pizza or a box of Cracker Jack to be found on the menu board at the Olympic Softball Stadium. You can, however, buy yogurt, rice pudding, sorbet and tiramisu. Sounds like a page from the menu at the GiantsM-F SBC Park, home of brie, sushi and grilled ahi tuna sandwiches. But before writing off the Athens crowd as lightweights, know this: Beer comes in four flavors, including Heineken and Amstel Heavy.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA | July 20, 2006
Mex Power Plant Live's newest addition has more of a bar/hangout than a sit-down restaurant atmosphere. Whether you're at the outside or inside bar, standing at one of the tiny round tables or sitting in one of the V-shaped booths, Mex can be a lot of fun all around. Where --26 Market Place in Power Plant Live Call --410-528-0128 Web site --mexbaltimore.com Notable --Mex has no cover charge, though after 10 p.m. it's 21 and older. Happy hour is 4 p.m.-9 p.m. every day and features two-for-one margaritas, sangrias and Dos Equis and Heineken drafts.
FEATURES
By Jennifer Mabry and Jennifer Mabry,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 30, 1997
Shakespeare said a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but if the name is Bond, it's a whole different story.Just ask James Christopher Bond. The year was 1965, the latest James Bond movie was "Thunderball," and Baltimore's Frances Bond, mother of three boys, ages 9, 7 and 2, was expecting her fourth child.Bond recalls that her two eldest sons, like other boys of the time, were caught up in the aura of British Agent 007. So much so that they asked their mother if they could name the new baby after him. Confident that she would finally have a girl, Frances Bond blithely replied: "Sure, we can name him James Bond."
ENTERTAINMENT
Wesley Case | April 11, 2014
In early December, a Facebook post announced a change had come to a Riverside haunt: “Hey guys. It's no longer Paul's bar ... we are under new ownership but not much else is going to change.” Shotti's Point had arrived, but it was the second part of the message that mattered most. From 2000 to 2013, Paul Zang turned the Fort Avenue corner bar into a no-nonsense hangout for neighborhood patrons of all ages. I unknowingly stumbled upon Paul's one summer night in 2012, and happily played pool as the gregarious Zang chatted with regulars and Led Zeppelin played over the speakers.
NEWS
March 23, 2010
Four Annapolis restaurateurs told police that a man paid for six-packs of beer Sunday evening with a fake $100 bill. Police said they suspect the same man went from bar to bar within about an hour. About 8:30 p.m., a man bought a six-pack of Heineken at the Boatyard Bar & Grill, and just before 9 p.m., a man bought a six-pack of Corona at Davis' Pub, according to Annapolis police. Both bars are in the Eastport community. Shortly after 9 p.m., a man bought a six-pack of Heineken at Armadillo's Bar & Grill at City Dock - where he tipped the bartender with change made from the counterfeit bill - and also at the nearby Acme Bar and Grill on Main Street, police said.
SPORTS
December 28, 2007
A weekly look at a fun place to catch a Ravens game: Padonia Station 63 E. Padonia Road, Timonium Viewing pleasure: Thirty-five 52-inch flat screens located throughout the bar, plus two gigantic projection screens. Best seat in the house: In the game room, where the projection screens are located. Crowd: Ravens fans of all ages. Pre-game meal: Heineken beer (bottle or draught) $3.25. Half-price burgers after 7 p.m. On the wall: Sports memorabilia from different teams. Phone: 410-252-8181 Web site: www.padoniastation.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA | July 20, 2006
Mex Power Plant Live's newest addition has more of a bar/hangout than a sit-down restaurant atmosphere. Whether you're at the outside or inside bar, standing at one of the tiny round tables or sitting in one of the V-shaped booths, Mex can be a lot of fun all around. Where --26 Market Place in Power Plant Live Call --410-528-0128 Web site --mexbaltimore.com Notable --Mex has no cover charge, though after 10 p.m. it's 21 and older. Happy hour is 4 p.m.-9 p.m. every day and features two-for-one margaritas, sangrias and Dos Equis and Heineken drafts.
SPORTS
By CANDUS THOMSON | August 23, 2004
If you are what you eat, then Greek softball is like the San Francisco Giants. There isnM-Ft a hot dog, a personal pizza or a box of Cracker Jack to be found on the menu board at the Olympic Softball Stadium. You can, however, buy yogurt, rice pudding, sorbet and tiramisu. Sounds like a page from the menu at the GiantsM-F SBC Park, home of brie, sushi and grilled ahi tuna sandwiches. But before writing off the Athens crowd as lightweights, know this: Beer comes in four flavors, including Heineken and Amstel Heavy.
FEATURES
By Jennifer Mabry and Jennifer Mabry,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | December 30, 1997
Shakespeare said a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but if the name is Bond, it's a whole different story.Just ask James Christopher Bond. The year was 1965, the latest James Bond movie was "Thunderball," and Baltimore's Frances Bond, mother of three boys, ages 9, 7 and 2, was expecting her fourth child.Bond recalls that her two eldest sons, like other boys of the time, were caught up in the aura of British Agent 007. So much so that they asked their mother if they could name the new baby after him. Confident that she would finally have a girl, Frances Bond blithely replied: "Sure, we can name him James Bond."
SPORTS
By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,Sun Staff Writer | April 19, 1994
Reports out of Wachapreague, Va., indicate the best flounder fishing in a decade, and certainly the upswing can be attributed at least in part to reduced recreational creel limits and increased minimum size limits over the past few years.Starting May 1, Maryland and Virginia will reduce creel limits even further under regulations that will be equal in both states."We have finally got our acts together," Frances McFaden of Maryland's Department of Natural Resources said yesterday. "In either state, in bay waters or coastal waters, the limits will be the same."
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 22, 2010
Four Annapolis restaurateurs told police that a man paid for six-packs of beer Sunday evening with a fake $100 bill. Police said they suspect the same man went from bar to bar within about an hour. About 8:30 p.m., a man bought a six-pack of Heineken at the Boatyard Bar & Grill, and just before 9 p.m., a man bought a six-pack of Corona at Davis' Pub, according to Annapolis police. Both bars are in the Eastport community. Shortly after 9 p.m., a man bought a six-pack of Heineken at Armadillo's Bar & Grill at City Dock -- where he tipped the bartender with change made from the counterfeit bill -- and also at the nearby Acme Bar and Grill on Main Street, police said.
BUSINESS
April 27, 1994
Senate backs interstate bankingThe Senate passed a bill yesterday to tear down decades-old barriers that limit banks from running branches across state lines, bringing coast-to-coast banking closer to reality after failed efforts dating to the mid-1980s.The House last month approved a similar measure, which would permit consumers to deposit checks and obtain loans wherever their hometown bank has a branch.Within a year of enactment, bank holding companies would be permitted to establish a bank in any state.
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