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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2011
Maybe moving out of Harborplace was the best thing that ever happened to Phillips. The Sunday review is of Phillips in its new Power Plant home, where it appears to have settled in very nicely. Whether or not you intend to go to Phillips, you'll be happy to know that visitors to Baltimore are being treated well at Phillips, which serves as Baltimore's de facto orientation center for Chesapeake seafood. I liked the new Phillips. I just wish they'd dim the lighting, which look like they've been pushed up to the surgical setting.
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September 29, 2014
Bridget Phillips was a 22-year-old graduate student at Johns Hopkins University when she was found beaten to death on March 22, 1989 in the doorway of her off-campus apartment.  She wasn't robbed or sexually assaulted, leading police to believe she knew her attacker. But, as Matt Jablow tells you in this week's 'Crime Scene' cold case story, the police are still seeking clues to her killer 25 years later.
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ENTERTAINMENT
December 12, 2004
Christina L. Phillips, daughter of Karen Phillips, of Baltimore, Maryland, and Kenneth S. Zukor, son of Steve and Sheila Zukor, of Alexandria, Virginia, were married on October 2, 2004. The ceremony was held at Swan Harbor Farm in Havre de Grace, Maryland. Dr. Robert Whitten officiated. The reception immediately followed. The Maid of Honor was Sherry Phillips, sister of the bride. The Best Man was Jay Smith, a friend of the groom. The junior bridesmaid was Carolyn Pearl Phillips, niece of the bride.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2014
Alaric I. "Al" Phillips, a counselor who was an outreach and volunteer coordinator for a Baltimore men's shelter, died of a heart attack Sept. 2 at his West Ostend Street home. He was 52. The son of Jesse James Phillips, a Secret Service agent and private investigator, and Geraldine Phillips, a Howard County public school educator, Alaric Ivan Phillips was born in Columbia, S.C. He was raised in Germany, where his father was serving as an Army staff sergeant, and later moved with his family to Washington and Columbia.
NEWS
December 1, 2004
On November 26, 2004, AMY PHILLIPS; daughter of James and April Phillips; beloved sister of Ella and brother James Jr., Charity Fitchett and Octavia Fimms. Survived by her son Dayonan-Brazette Donaldson, Jr. and Dayonan Donaldson. Funeral Services private.
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By Richard Gorelick, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 22, 2010
When Harborplace celebrates its 30th anniversary next month, Phillips will be featured exclusively among all of the attraction's restaurants in the festivities. Phillips deserves to hog as much of the stage as it wants. Only a tough, well-run business could have weathered 30 years of the changing tastes and trends that have blown through Harborplace. I raise my crab mallet to them. Then again, who else was there to ask? Among the other original restaurant tenants, Pronto was a very early casualty, lasting only a year before being shuttered (the owners blamed "rising maintenance fees)
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2011
I'm pretty sure Greg Brady tried this, but maybe it was Parker Lewis. We just couldn't figure out why Cordish and Phillips were being so coy about their relationship - weren't they in love like everybody thought? It's their business, of course, and there any number of explanations for their public denials, including the possiblity that Cordish has always thought that Phillips was super stuck up and that Phillips wouldn't have moved into the Power Plant if it were the last place in the whole Inner Harbor!
SPORTS
By Ryan Bacic, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
When Phillip Gyau was inducted into the Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame in 2008, his 15-year-old son had to take the day off. As Joseph Gyau came to know, the national team's residency program isn't for the faint of heart. “A profession like this starts early,” said Amina Gyau, Joseph's mother. Now 21, Joseph continues to climb the ladder: He signed in June with the Under-23 team of Borussia Dortmund, a Champions League staple and one of the two most prominent clubs in Germany's Bundesliga.
FEATURES
By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2014
Date: June 14 Her story: Jannette Merritt, 31, grew up in Owings Mills. She is a technical accounts manager at Livefyre, a social content sharing company, in its New York City office. Her father, Otis Merritt III, a retired warden of the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, and stepmother, Clarice Paschall , live in Baltimore. Her mother, Marlene Merritt-Hall, and stepfather, Charles Hall, live in Myrtle Beach, S.C. His story: Michael Phillips, 40, grew up in Queens, N.Y. He is a network engineer for Collective, an online audience targeting company based in New York City.
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By Dan Singer and The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2014
They say fame changes people, but even after winning “American Idol” and releasing a platinum-selling album, Leesburg, Ga.-based singer-songwriter Phillip Phillips wants nothing more than to be himself. “I already knew what kind of artist I was and knew what type of music that was 'me,'” Phillips said on the phone recently while on tour in Buffalo, N.Y. Phillips - who is co-headlining Merriweather Post Pavilion with O.A.R. on Saturday - took the “Idol” crown in 2012 after wowing judges and viewers with his commanding vocals and guitar playing.
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By Jessica D. Evans, The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2014
In honor of starting its business one century ago, Phillips Seafood has announced the launch of a 100 Days of Summer promotion. “It's special,” said CEO Steve Phillips. “It's been in my family for a long, long time and it's great. We're here today because of all the thousands of employees who have worked really hard for Phillips over the years.” To celebrate the anniversary, Baltimore-based Phillips has created a commemorative 100th Anniversary cookbook that features the family's and chefs' favorite recipes as well as those from Phillips' contests from past years.
BUSINESS
By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2014
When app developer Mindgrub Technologies outgrew its space for the umpteenth time, CEO Todd Marks did what any good tech entrepreneur would do - he turned to Google. An analysis of his employees' commutes using Google Maps and Google Earth led Marks to Locust Point, and the former Phillips Seafood headquarters. Mindgrub set up shop there three weeks ago and is set to get an official welcome from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and a group of city small business leaders Wednesday. "We're really growing fast and we need to attract a lot of talent," Marks said, adding that many of the young professionals Mindgrub is seeking to recruit already live in the city and want to stay there.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 29, 2014
It's the one weekend in Baltimore when people riding large objects through land, water, sand and mud is a common sight. It's time again for American Visionary Art Museum 's Kinetic Sculpture Race. Kinetic veterans Melissa and Phillip Smith will be competing in the race, entering with their sculpture, Chessie, a front-wheel drive, rear steering, reverse trike that resembles a sea monster. "We build it with as little new material as possible and use lots of items we find on the roadside and construction Dumpsters, calling it 'sculpture treasure,'" said Melissa Smith, 35, of Catonsville.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | January 9, 2014
The team behind McHenry Row and Canton Crossing is planning offices for the Phillips Food headquarters and warehouse in Locust Point the group purchased in November. Mark Sapperstein's 28 Walker Development bought the 1215 East Fort Avenue site in November, said partner Abraham Rosenthal. The nine-plus acre property, which includes two buildings and housed a Coca-Cola bottling plant before Phillips, sold to MCS Fort Avenue LLC for $18.4 million, according to state records. "We like Locust Point a lot," said Rosenthal, noting a growing number of technology businesses and that the mixed-use McHenry Row project, close to the new property, has filled its 85,000-square feet of office space and found tenants for 98 percent of its retail and apartment spaces.  Under Armour, which currently leases the first floor of the Phillips headquarters building, is planning to add a second floor to its current footprint at the "Building 1" East Fort Avenue site, Rosenthal said.
BUSINESS
Lorraine Mirabella | October 18, 2013
How would you celebrate a century of seafood? As Phillips Foods & Seafood Restaurants prepares to mark 100 years in business next year, the Baltimore-based seafood chain and grocery vendor is looking to Baltimore-area college students for some marketing campaign direction. The undergraduate or graduate students with the most imaginative ideas could be dubbed "Baltimore's Top 10 Young Creative Thinkers," and qualify for internships, cash and, perhaps best of all,  free seafood.
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