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By Alyssa Gabbay | February 25, 1991
Dennis Castleman is living proof that you can go home again.Two and a half years ago, Mr. Castleman embarked on a career odyssey that took him far from his position as director of catering at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel.Now, after having earned much heftier salaries and worked in much larger hotels, he's back in Baltimore.Mr. Castleman returned to the Sheraton in October, after realizing he had irreconcilable conflicts in management style with the general manager at the Ramada Renaissance Techworld in Washington.
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By JUNE ARNEY and JUNE ARNEY,SUN REPORTER | March 16, 2006
Downtown Baltimore will get a second Sheraton hotel when the 707-room Wyndham Baltimore Inner Harbor takes on a new flag by year's end. The 27-story twin towers will operate as the Sheraton City Center after an overhaul of the hotel's rooms and public spaces, officials said yesterday. The property, at 101 W. Fayette St. in Charles Center, is just a few blocks north of the Sheraton Inner Harbor at 300 S. Charles St. The reflagging will be the property's fourth brand, after previously operating as a Hilton and an Omni.
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By Abbe Gluck and Abbe Gluck,SUN STAFF | July 31, 1996
Let them eat steak.Morton's of Chicago, The Steakhouse, said yesterday that it will open at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel next spring, a decision that most said was good news for downtown, business people, steak-eaters and steak-servers alike."
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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2003
Baltimore appears to be within days of picking a developer for a convention headquarters hotel intended to provide an important economic push to the city's struggling convention center. M.J. "Jay" Brodie, president of the Baltimore Development Corp., and its board are likely to make a decision today on which of three developers to recommend to Mayor Martin O'Malley. After reviewing the recommendation of the city's quasi-public development agency, O'Malley is expected to award an exclusive negotiating agreement with the winning development team.
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October 18, 1999
BaltimoreOct. 20-23 Natural Products Expo, Convention Center. Contact: Kay Gazaway, 303-939-8440. Estimated attendance: 7,500Oct. 27-31U.S. Sailing Association national meeting, Hyatt Regency. Contact: Wanda Goodwin-Tuck, 401-683-0800. Estimated attendance: 500Nov. 1-2 American Rental Association conference and product showcase, Sheraton Inner Harbor. Contact: Mary Slabon, 309-764- 2475. Estimated attendance: 1,000Pub Date: 10/18/99
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May 12, 1998
Preakness Celebration '98, Maryland's weeklong festival building up to the Preakness Stakes race Saturday, is under way. Today's events:Pee Wee Preakness. Baltimore City schoolchildren on hobby horses race for prizes and candy. Noon, Inner Harbor. Details: (410) 837-4636. Free.Preakness Pub. Jockeys from Pimlico Race Course tend bar for charity from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The Orioles Bar in the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel. Free admission; drink prices vary.For more information and to confirm times: 410-837-3030.
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May 10, 1999
Today's Preakness Celebration '99 events:* Phillips Preakness Trayfecta -- Waiters and waitresses from the harbor area compete in a tricky obstacle course. Noon at the Harborplace Amphitheatre. Free. Call 800-HARBOR-1.* The Preakness Pub -- Professional jockeys from Pimlico begin tending bar for charity from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. nightly through Friday at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel. Free admission; buffet and drink specials.For more details on events, call 410-837-3030.Pub Date: 05/10/99
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September 12, 1994
BALTIMOREFor more Baltimore convention information, call the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association at (410) 659-7300 within Maryland or (800) 343-3468 outside Maryland.* Sept. 13-15 New Holland Supply Co. national showcase, Sheraton Inner Harbor. Contact: Duane Whitley, 710 W. Main St., New Holland, Pa. 17557-0902. Expected attendance: 1,000* Sept. 17-20 National Propane Gas Association, Northeast regional meeting, Sheraton Inner Harbor. Contact: Mike Spear, 1600 Eisenhower Lane, Lisle, Ill. 60532.
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May 3, 1993
BALTIMOREFor more Baltimore convention information, call the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association at (410) 659-7300 (within Maryland) or (800) 343-3468 (outside Maryland).* MAY 2-5: Accountability in Research at Sheraton Inner Harbor. Contact Adil Shamoo, 660 W. Redwood St., University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Md. 21201. Expected attendance: 200.* May 4-6: Optical Society of America at Convention Center. Contact Barbara Hicks, 2010 Massachusetts Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036.
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October 18, 1999
BaltimoreOct. 20-23 Natural Products Expo, Convention Center. Contact: Kay Gazaway, 303-939-8440. Estimated attendance: 7,500Oct. 27-31U.S. Sailing Association national meeting, Hyatt Regency. Contact: Wanda Goodwin-Tuck, 401-683-0800. Estimated attendance: 500Nov. 1-2 American Rental Association conference and product showcase, Sheraton Inner Harbor. Contact: Mary Slabon, 309-764- 2475. Estimated attendance: 1,000Pub Date: 10/18/99
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May 10, 1999
Today's Preakness Celebration '99 events:* Phillips Preakness Trayfecta -- Waiters and waitresses from the harbor area compete in a tricky obstacle course. Noon at the Harborplace Amphitheatre. Free. Call 800-HARBOR-1.* The Preakness Pub -- Professional jockeys from Pimlico begin tending bar for charity from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. nightly through Friday at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel. Free admission; buffet and drink specials.For more details on events, call 410-837-3030.Pub Date: 05/10/99
BUSINESS
May 10, 1999
New positionsLangmead, Procyk advance at McCormick & Co.McCormick & Co., the Sparks-based spice maker, appointed Charles T. Langmead as vice president and general manager for its food service group and Michael S. Procyk as director of accounting and financial planning in the McCormick/Schilling Division.Langmead, a resident of Ellicott City, received a master's degree from Johns Hopkins University and is active with the International Foodservice Manufacturers Association and the Restaurant Association of Maryland.
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May 15, 1998
Today's events in Preakness Celebration '98, Maryland's weeklong festival building up to the Preakness Stakes race tomorrow:Sunrise at Old Hilltop. 6-9 a.m. Guided tours of Pimlico Race Course's stable area and backstretch from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. Details: 410-542-9400. Free.Phillips Preakness Celebrity Crab Picking Contest. Local celebrities compete to see who can pick the most crabmeat in three minutes. Noon, Harborplace Amphitheater. Details: 1-800-HARBOR-1. Free.Great Schooner Race. Watch from the Inner Harbor promenade as tall ships race to and from Fort McHenry from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free.
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By Eleanor Yang and Eleanor Yang,SUN STAFF | August 14, 1997
Beef -- it's what's for dinner tonight when Morton's of Chicago, The Steakhouse, opens its 37th location today at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel.After two years of planning, negotiating and constructing, the upscale steakhouse chain is filling in the holes between its New York and Washington locations.As the largest component of publicly traded Morton's Restaurant Group Inc., Morton's of Chicago Inc. faces a challenge to consistently deliver to customers' high expectations, said Thomas J. Walters, president of the upscale steakhouse chain.
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By Abbe Gluck and Abbe Gluck,SUN STAFF | July 31, 1996
Let them eat steak.Morton's of Chicago, The Steakhouse, said yesterday that it will open at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel next spring, a decision that most said was good news for downtown, business people, steak-eaters and steak-servers alike."
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