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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2011
O, Milan! You rascal! Milan is on the docket of the Board of Liquor License Commisioners hearing for Thursday, July 21. Here's what for: [Note that interested parties should call 410-396-4385 the day before the hearings to verify that a particular case is still scheduled.] Christopher Whetstone & Gavaskar Sharp, Suites @ Milano, LLC T/a Milan, 1000-04 Eastern Avenue - Class “B” Beer, Wine & Liquor License - Violation of Rule 4.10(a) “No licensee shall purchase alcoholic beverages except from a duly licensed manufacturer or wholesaler; nor shall any licensee sell to any other licensee any alcoholic beverages; and no licensee shall, at any time, keep or permit to be kept upon the licensed premises, any alcoholic beverages unless purchased in accordance with the Rule” on June 6, 2011 (Re:  Forty three (43)
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Sports Digest | October 16, 2013
Colleges Mullins leads No. 4 Maryland men's soccer past Marshall, 5-0 Senior forward Patrick Mullins scored two goals as No. 4 Maryland beat visiting Marshall, 5-0, in men's soccer. The win marked the Terps ' largest margin of victory this season. Junior Dan Metzger , sophomore David Kabelik and freshman Ryan Reid each scored for the Terps (6-2-5). Maryland outshot Marshall (2-7-4) by a 16-6 margin. Also, Mullins was named Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer Co-Player of the Week.
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By Richard Gorelick, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2010
Milan is a restaurant. There had been some doubt, you see, or at least some intimations that Milan was not really a restaurant but a trendy or psychedelic nightclub fronting as one. That's simplifying things, because there were other complaints voiced leading up to a recent hearing of the Baltimore City Liquor License Board. I can't tell you what happens at Milan after 10 o'clock, or on the weekends — it could be anything from "Eyes Wide Shut" to contract bridge. But early on a weeknight, there are on both of its floors things like tables and chairs and menus.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2013
More information on the season-ending injury to Terps defensive back Milan Collins that was announced earlier this week: The freshman fractured an ankle “while horsing around in the dorm on Friday night,” according to an athletic department spokesman. Collins, a quarterback at Bishop McNamara, was transitioning to the secondary and had impressed coaches. “We are very sorry to have the happen to Milan,” coach Randy Edsall said. “He was playing very well during training camp and was going to see reps with the second string during our upcoming scrimmage.
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April 12, 2010
As a Little Italy neighbor and Harbor East property owner, I'm saddened a "food fight" has begun in my community ("Little Italy group asks board to revoke Milan liquor license," April 12). I've watched the Milan renovation for months and am delighted with the outcome. Recently I attended a networking event and was astounded by the décor and ambiance. However, this venue could abuse the neighborhood by attracting rowdy crowds, playing loud music and creating traffic problems.
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By N.Y. Times News Service | March 6, 1991
MILAN, Italy -- The neat nosegays, rather than elaborate flowering plants, that accompanied invitations to the fall and winter ready-to-wear shows here this week were a sign of the times: Ostentation is out. Extravagant nightly entertainment is a thing of the past, and the clothes, designed under the shadow of war, are more soothing than shocking. Hemlines are coming down, albeit gradually, a sobering fact in itself.Ottavio and Rosita Missoni, the knitwear specialists who were among the designers who successfully campaigned 15 years ago for this city to become a fashion center, introduced their collection in their showroom, bypassing the mammoth fair where most shows take place.
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By Laura Vozzella, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2010
Just three months after Milan opened its doors, billing itself as a restaurant-lounge "where food meets fashion," it seems a few more introductions are in order: Milan, meet Little Italy. And Little Italy, meet what could be the future. The old city neighborhood that's been known to split bitterly over bocce court lighting has turned its feisty spirit on the sleek newcomer. Complaining that Milan is more nightclub than restaurant, attracting noisy crowds and employing outside promoters, a group of neighbors has petitioned the city not to renew Milan's liquor license.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2012
The dancing days are over at Milan . The Little Italy establishment is now prohibited from allowing or providing live entertainment, including disc jockeys, on its premises. The May 31 decision was made in the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore City in what amounted to a default hearing. No one representing Milan showed up. Milan's opponents have long claimed that the establishment was a nightclub masquerading as a restaurant, and they have repeatedly pressed the Baltimore City Liquor License Board to take action.
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By Richard Gorelick, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2010
Riccardo Bosio opened Sotto Sopra in 1996, taking over the downtown space that had been ravishingly renovated for a short-lived beauty named the Vanguard Cafe. The space is still a dream, and you can see why those opera evenings Sotto Sopra produces have become so successful. With its crimson curtains, vibrant murals and ornate furnishings, its theatricality is enveloping. But it's very warm and comfortable here; keen attention to lighting and music has much to do with that. Over the years, Bosio brought in to run his kitchen a series of chefs, some of them from his native Milan, and usually for only a year at a stretch.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2010
The city Liquor Board voted in favor of renewing the restaurant Milan's liquor license Thursday night, despite some objections from Little Italy residents. A few voiced concerns over loud noise, parking problems and garbage, but the major issue that would have led the board to revoke the restaurant's license was whether it had been using outside promoters. The restaurant explicitly agreed not to use outside promoters when the liquor board approved its license in July, board records show.
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Baltimore Sun staff | August 12, 2013
Maryland safety Milan Collins will miss his entire freshman year with an ankle injury, according to the Terps' injury report released Monday Collins, a quarterback at Bishop McNamara, was a probable redshirt candidate as he transitioned to defensive back. Long snapper Christian Carpenter (knee), fullback Tyler Cierski (calf), JaJuan Dulaney (knee), wide receiver Taivon Jacobs (knee), wide receiver Deon Long (knee), defensive lineman Andre Monroe (toe), defensive lineman Kingsley Opara (shoulder)
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2013
It's common practice for football recruits to say their college choice is based primarily on academics. Whether or not that popular refrain is true is often up for debate. But when Bishop McNamara safety and honor roll student Milan Collins says academics were a major factor in his choice, you believe it. “You can only go so far in the game of football, so when that curtain call comes, when you have to wrap it up, for me, it may be my senior year in college. I want to give myself the opportunity to get a job and provide for myself and my family,” said Collins, who will sign with Maryland next month.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2012
Milan Collins grew up in Louisiana dreaming of one day playing football for LSU. But when Hurricane Katrina hit his New Orleans home, plans for the future were abruptly changed. Collins, then a fifth-grader, and his family moved to Maryland after the storm hit so his father could continue working a government job. When the Collins family settled outside D.C., Milan soon found a new rooting interest. “When I moved up to Maryland, I kind of saw that LSU would be a stretch of the imagination,” Collins said.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2012
The dancing days are over at Milan . The Little Italy establishment is now prohibited from allowing or providing live entertainment, including disc jockeys, on its premises. The May 31 decision was made in the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore City in what amounted to a default hearing. No one representing Milan showed up. Milan's opponents have long claimed that the establishment was a nightclub masquerading as a restaurant, and they have repeatedly pressed the Baltimore City Liquor License Board to take action.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | May 31, 2012
Milan's dancing days are over. The Little Italy establishment is now prohibited from allowing or providing live entertainment,  including disc jockeys, on its premises. The decision was made Thursday in the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore City in what amounted to a default hearing. No one representing Milan showed up. Milan's opponents have long claimed that the establishment was a nightclub masquerading as a restaurant, and have repeatedly pressed the Baltimore City Liquor License Board to take action.
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By Richard Gorelick | May 30, 2012
A city agency is apparently persuaded that Milan looks, swims, and quacks so much like a nightclub that it's probably a nightclub. But, it says, Milan has no business being one. The establishment's opponents from the get-go have claimed that Milan was a nightclub masquerading as a restaurant, and they've repeatedly pressed the Baltimore City Liquor License Board to take action. And while the liquor board has historically been the agency to discipline and sanction license-holding establishments, it appears that a new city agency has stepped into the fray.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | August 27, 1998
Dr. Albert R. Milan, a noted Baltimore obstetrician-gynecologist, died of complications of a stroke Monday at Manor Care Ruxton. The Hillendale resident was 78.He practiced in Baltimore for 46 years and retired in 1996.Dr. Milan was a proponent of breast self-examination to detect cancer as early as possible. His 1980 book, "Breast Self-Examination," was a lavishly illustrated guidebook with techniques that were easy to learn and practice."The cruel realities of life," he wrote, "teach us that breast cancer is among the greatest killers of women.
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By Lisa Anderson and Lisa Anderson,Chicago Tribune | October 10, 1990
MILAN-- Under gray autumn skies, Italian designers launched the spring-summer, 1991 fashion season here Sunday in a burst of color that made the runways glow like spilled boxes of Crayolas.Sparked with Op-Art prints, mini-shapes and vivid hues borrowed from the swinging '60s, the Milanese collections are the first in an international round of women's ready-to-wear presentations that will take the hundreds of retailers and journalists here to London, Paris and New York in the six weeks ahead.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2012
It's busy season at the Baltimore Liquor Board. Every April, right before all liquor licenses are due for renewal in May, the Liquor Board docket swells up with protests of renewal. This year, 12 hearings on license renewals have been set for April 19 and April 26, the board said Tuesday. Two of the protests  - against club Lust and a JHJ Saloon, on Eastern Avenue - were initiated by the board itself. The rest, which include Dionysus and Butts & Betty's Tavern - were brought on by neighbors.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | February 17, 2012
Of the seven charges against Dubai nightclub at the Baltimore Liquor Board Thursday, it was the accusation the club allowed guests to smoke pot that piqued commissioner Elizabeth Smith. On September 2 of last year, police officer Stephen Wilson was called to the club, the former Velvet Rope , for crowd control after rappers Jim Jones and Juelz Santana had performed. Wilson "walked into a visible cloud of smoke that had a strong odor of marijuana," he told the board.
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