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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2011
This week's bar review is on Baltimore Soundstage, the music venue that replaces Mist (formerly Iguana Cantina) in the Inner Harbor. From the review : "Service is one of Soundstage's best qualities. The crowds have so far been uneven, and the bar and kitchen still haven't become fully operational. Meanwhile, the best thing that can be said about the room is that it'd be a great place to throw a homecoming dance. " Agree or disagree with the review? How was the City Paper party?
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2014
Nearly eight years after it was ordered, the cruise ship Pearl Mist will embark finally on its maiden voyage Wednesday from Baltimore's Inner Harbor, ending the vessel's protracted saga. The 335-foot cruise ship, which spent the past year being finished at a Salisbury shipyard, will depart for an 11-night "Maritime New England Cruise" that will take the 210-passenger vessel north to Halifax, Nova Scotia, where it was built. A lengthy legal dispute between the ship's buyer and its builder delayed its cruise schedule for years.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2011
It looks like The Fillmore isn't the only new music venue opening this Fall. Mist nightclub in the Inner Harbor will be replaced in September by a brand new music venue, Baltimore SoundStage, it will be announced today. The venue, which is scheduled to open on Labor Day, intends to present "touring artists in an intimate club environment," according to the announcement. Shows will be presented for standing room-only crowds but also, depending on the act, in a seated format.
BUSINESS
By Candy Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2013
After a four-year buffeting in the legal system, the Pearl Mist has finally found haven in Maryland. The owner of the 335-foot cruise ship and the Canadian shipyard that built it have parted ways in a nasty divorce that involved two federal courts and an arbitration panel that itself was reduced to internal squabbling. And after sitting at a Canton pier for a month, the Pearl Mist was moved last Sunday to Chesapeake Shipbuilding Inc. in Salisbury to be readied for her maiden cruise from Baltimore next June.
SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | May 25, 1992
The strongest division in the 30-horse string of trainer Frannie Campitelli is his 3-year-old fillies."I've got five good ones right now, and they are about the best horses in my barn," Campitelli said yesterday.One of them, Logan's Mist, won her first start on the grass yesterday, drawing off in the stretch at Pimlico Race Course to defeat Good Looking Terri in the $35,000 Plankton Purse.It was the second straight day that jockey Charlie Fenwick had won the Pimlico feature. On Saturday, he won the Lady Baltimore Handicap with Ratings, then scored yesterday aboard Logan's Mist.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | June 6, 1993
He is the rising star in the Maryland jockey colony, and yesterday Austreberto Salazar again showed why.The apprentice from Mexico City scored his first stakes victory, guiding Logan's Mist through on the inside to a neck victory over turf specialist Gilded Set in the $50,000 Lady Baltimore Handicap at Pimlico.It was the third victory of the day for Salazar, 21, who moved into a tie with Mike Luzzi in the jockey standings behind the injured Edgar Prado.Logan's Mist, running for the second time within a week, completed the 1 1/16 miles over a grass course rated yielding in 1 minute, 44 4/5 seconds.
SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | February 14, 1993
Not many horses have won Laurel's Grade II Barbara Fritchie Handicap by winning preps at Penn National Race Course.But when the big money was on the line yesterday, it was Moon Mist, a Canadian ship-in by way of Penn National, that was all alone at the wire.Instead of Moon Mist and her local jockey, Tommy Turner, getting wet and dirty, it was the big name jockeys -- Chris McCarron, Laffit Pincay, Jr. and Chris Antley -- that came back covered with mud.Ten days ago when Moon Mist won a prep for the Barbara Fritchie at Laurel, someone asked the filly's trainer, Wray Lawrence, if he was afraid of all the good horses shipping in for the race.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | November 21, 2007
The Mist, slack yet also bludgeoning, derives from a taut, skillful Stephen King novella about a "white and bright but nonreflecting" fogbank that sweeps through a small Maine town. It becomes increasingly terrifying in its "impartiality" and resistance to the normal influences of weather and environment. A few dozen town residents and tourists hole up in the local food market and discover that the mist hides a menagerie of giant, mutant-like man-eaters. Just as frightening as the fog of inter-species war from the outside is the fog of paranoia inside.
SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | June 21, 1993
Logan's Mist still has the killer instinct.The 4-year-old granddaughter of Nijinsky II kept her 1993 record unblemished yesterday with a 1 1/4 -length win over Just About Dawn in the initial running of the April Run Stakes at Laurel.It was just a $35,000 overnight stakes, but it set her up for her next objective: the $100,000 Matchmaker Stakes at Atlantic City Race Course on July 15.Trainer Frannie Campitelli was afraid that when he sent Logan's Mist to Ocala, Fla., for a vacation last winter, she might not return with the desire to win."
NEWS
By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | April 29, 1998
Days after it opened in a Randallstown shopping center, the private club M.I.S.T. has been closed by Baltimore County zoning inspectors who found that owners had violated their permit.The club, in the Savoy Plaza shopping center in the 8500 block of Liberty Road, was ordered closed last weekend by Arnold Jablon, director of the county's Department of Permits and Development Management, after inspectors concluded the establishment had made renovations not in compliance with the permit issued March 13 to operate a banquet hall.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2011
This week's bar review is on Baltimore Soundstage, the music venue that replaces Mist (formerly Iguana Cantina) in the Inner Harbor. From the review : "Service is one of Soundstage's best qualities. The crowds have so far been uneven, and the bar and kitchen still haven't become fully operational. Meanwhile, the best thing that can be said about the room is that it'd be a great place to throw a homecoming dance. " Agree or disagree with the review? How was the City Paper party?
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By Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2011
My first visit to the new Inner Harbor club and music venue Baltimore Soundstage was inauspicious. Though it had been open for a week, its bar was limping along without liqueurs or vermouth; only a few domestic beers - by the bottle - were on sale. The kitchen hadn't come online yet. And the place was so empty it echoed. It was about 1 a.m. and only a few inebriated stragglers remained from the Monday night party Noise in the Basement. But the night wasn't a total bust, thanks to the two bartenders on duty.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2011
It looks like The Fillmore isn't the only new music venue opening this Fall. Mist nightclub in the Inner Harbor will be replaced in September by a brand new music venue, Baltimore SoundStage, it will be announced today. The venue, which is scheduled to open on Labor Day, intends to present "touring artists in an intimate club environment," according to the announcement. Shows will be presented for standing room-only crowds but also, depending on the act, in a seated format.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa, The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2010
Elly Jackson doesn't just channel hits from the '80s — she also has the hair. The 22-year-old lead singer of British electro-pop duo La Roux has one serious 'do. It's a quasi-quiff, a tidal wave of red hair that stands at rigid attention several inches above her scalp. More impressive still: It stays that way, even in the middle of a show. The La Roux 'do (it doesn't have an official name) will be on full display at Rams Head Live on Wednesday, when Jackson rolls through hits such as "Bulletproof," "In for the Kill" and "Quicksand.
HEALTH
By Kelly Brewington | kelly.brewington@baltsun.com | December 23, 2009
Gaithersburg-based MedImmune announced Tuesday evening a voluntary recall of early batches of its nasal spray vaccine against swine flu after tests revealed that the doses lost strength within months of being shipped. The recall affects 4.7 million doses of FluMist, though most were distributed in October and early November when tests showed that the vaccine was at full strength, said officials at the Food and Drug Administration. Because of that, people who got vaccinated should be protected from the H1N1 virus and do not need to worry about getting vaccinated again, officials said.
BUSINESS
By Allison Connolly and Allison Connolly,Sun reporter | February 28, 2008
When Gaithersburg-based MedImmune Inc. first introduced a needle-free flu vaccine five years ago, shareholders were as excited as the kids who needed it. So far, the product has fallen short of expectations. But that could change after a federal panel that advises the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended yesterday that all children, from six months of age to 18, be vaccinated for the flu. If adopted by the CDC, an additional 30 million children would need immunizations.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa, The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2010
Elly Jackson doesn't just channel hits from the '80s — she also has the hair. The 22-year-old lead singer of British electro-pop duo La Roux has one serious 'do. It's a quasi-quiff, a tidal wave of red hair that stands at rigid attention several inches above her scalp. More impressive still: It stays that way, even in the middle of a show. The La Roux 'do (it doesn't have an official name) will be on full display at Rams Head Live on Wednesday, when Jackson rolls through hits such as "Bulletproof," "In for the Kill" and "Quicksand.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun Movie Critic | November 21, 2007
The Mist, slack yet also bludgeoning, derives from a taut, skillful Stephen King novella about a "white and bright but nonreflecting" fogbank that sweeps through a small Maine town. It becomes increasingly terrifying in its "impartiality" and resistance to the normal influences of weather and environment. A few dozen town residents and tourists hole up in the local food market and discover that the mist hides a menagerie of giant, mutant-like man-eaters. Just as frightening as the fog of inter-species war from the outside is the fog of paranoia inside.
FEATURES
October 25, 2007
A nasal spray form of the annual flu shot can be given each year to children as young as 2, an advisory vaccine panel said yesterday. That's a change from current government advice, which recommends the FluMist spray only for healthy people ages 5 to 49. Traditional shots are still recommended for children younger than 5, but the nasal vaccine is an option for young children who may dread a shot with a needle. Recent studies have shown FluMist, made by Maryland-based MedImmune, to be safe and effective in kids as young as 2. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved its use last month for that age group.
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