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Plans for redevelopment in downtown Towson have prompted area merchants to consider face-lifts of their own, spurring renewed interest in a Baltimore County program for commercial revitalization. To keep up with projects that will bring new stores,
Several downtown Towson businesses recently expressed interest in Baltimore County's Commercial Revitalization services, a program county officials say will help businesses keep up with a changing Towson landscape. "They know that things are changing,
Biggest Loser's' Francelina Morillo talks Jeff Nichols, skin removal surgery and life after the ranch It's hard for Francelina Morillo to say which is a bigger deal -- the weight she lost or the love she found on "The Biggest Loser" Season 14. "That'
Jeff (left) and Matt Nichols have opened for business, again, at their latest Brothers Restaurant at the Red Barn. Reborn at the Red Barn The Nichols Brothers Unleash Their Classic Cuisine Thursday, December 5, 2013 Article Tools Despite how
In just three movies, director Jeff Nichols has established himself as one of the most interesting American voices working in film today. His first two films, "Shotgun Stories" and "Take Shelter," won over art house crowds with their quiet
For those who claim there aren't still amazing filmmakers out and about doing movies their own way, you haven't seen the works of Director Jeff Nichols. He first burst onto the scene with a thoughtfully paced five-star revenge flick with a
Big rains clog region, close some Reno roads Bill Geist slowly drove his white Ford 250 pickup through a water-covered stretch of Hodge Road, barricaded to traffic Thursday morning. "That wasn't too bad," he declared, after the truck reached higher
Matthew McConaughey was tired of being topless in silly romantic comedies. Perhaps, the career fatigue arrived with some recent McConaughey maturity. After all, a few years ago he finally married longtime girlfriend Camila Alves, the mother of his
McConaughey's low-key comeback continues with Mud, in which he plays the title character as a modern-day cross between Boo Radley and Robert Mitchum's Max Cady. As the slippery central figure of Jeff Nichols' richly observed coming-of-age fable,
With his recent film Mud delivering a solid perf in its first two weeks at the box office, Jeff Nichols is ready to get back to work with Warner Bros. coming on to distribute his next pic and his Take Shelter star Michael Shannon coming on to star.