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Updating Roland Park community leaders Thursday on plans for redevelopment of the Rotunda, a representative of the mall's owner began by acknowledging what was foremost on the community's mind the relocation last week of the longtime Giant
Thursday will mark the end of one era and the beginning of another for the local supermarket industry. As the 41-year-old Giant in the Rotunda shuts its doors for the last time at 6 p.m, corporate officials and Baltimore City leaders will cut the
The wait is nearly over for a new Giant Food store in the Hampden area. The new store, a former SuperFresh and Fresh and Green's in the Greenspring Tower shopping center, is being converted to a Giant store and will have a soft opening with an open
Seating for 60 people was set up Tuesday evening in the hallway outside the old Tomlinson Craft Collection, one of many stores in the Rotunda that have closed in the seven years since Hekemian & Co. purchased the struggling mall in the Roland Park
Chris Bell I Am the Cosmos It's a heartrending story: a musician labours on in virtual obscurity, dies suddenly and then achieves critical recognition This is a counterpoint to my post a while back in praise of Big Star's The Ballad of El Goodo .
On Friday, Giant Food announced it is closing its Rotunda store and moving to Greenspring Tower Shopping Center a quarter-mile away, leaving the mall with only a Rite-Aid as its anchor and its future up in the air. Chatting behind the Casa Mia's
A parade of witnesses lined up before a Senate committee Wednesday to testify against a proposed constitutional amendment that would require voters to show a photo ID, arguing it would disenfranchise many citizens and would be difficult to implement .
Middle school and freshman year were devoted to improving. "I had such a passion for it," Bell said...As a sophomore, he was the lone starter on the basketball team who wasn't a senior...But that was about the time the hard work slowed. "Then I got
Ohio National Guard leaders can't say yet how the proposed cuts at the U.S...The federal budget is still being negotiated, but about $500 billion in reductions already are planned over the next decade. The Pentagon's National Guard Bureau has been
The trend continues in 2012 with the first vinyl issue of Alex Chilton\'s initial solo flight, previously issued in 1996 on an Ardent CD as 1970 but out of print for years. \n\n As with that earlier CD, Free Again: The \"1970\" Sessions is a bit of a