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Woman to receive $80,000 settlement from city after falling into pothole, breaking her leg

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A pothole. Photo by Gregory Williams, via Flickr.

One of Baltimore’s infamous potholes has proven to be an expensive liability for the city, with officials set to approve an $80,000 settlement for a woman who sued after fracturing her fibula falling into one that went unfixed.

Annual Garden Party Sale at Your Local Ace Hardware Stores – May 4 & 5

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Ace Hardware Annual Sale

Spring is in the air, flowers are ready to bloom and your garden (whether big or small) is ready for some love! Support local business and head to your neighborhood Ace Hardware Store for their Annual Garden Party Sale on May 4 and May 5! With locations in Canton, Federal Hill and Waverly, take advantage of 20% off plants, pottery, gardening tools, seeds and bulbs and more! Plus on Saturday, May 4, enjoy a garden party from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Along with the sale, enjoy Q&A with local gardening experts, hands-on seed starting workshop, tips from the experts, $3 flat fee for potting station (any size!) and complimentary bites & giveaways. Summer is coming and your local Ace Hardware has you covered!

Restaurant Review: Blair’s on Hudson is a neighborhood restaurant with global flair

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Photo by Kit Pollard

The first thing that happened when I walked into Blair’s on Hudson was that I ran into some friends I hadn’t seen in a few years. It was a Thursday night and Blair’s was packed. Judging by the level of chatter and laughter in the air, we weren’t the only guests who had discovered an old friend at the bar or at the next table.

Fork & Wrench in Canton reportedly closing

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Image via Instagram

Days after owners Andy Gruver and Jason Sanchez announced the pending closure of Modern Cook Shop, their staple restaurant, Fork & Wrench, has reportedly met a similar fate.

Scott Plank’s Real Estate Firm Buys Up Marinas, Offices, Helipad in Canton

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Boats docked in Canton. Shot via Google Maps.

The Plank family has taken over a hefty slice of Canton’s waterfront.

Stayin’ Alive: Zombies Set to Roam the Streets of Baltimore on Saturday

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“Survive,” a zombie-themed tag event, will benefit Baltimore School for the Arts.

This Saturday, the undead of Baltimore will embark on a large-scale, eight-hour game of zombie tag.

Making a Lutherville Connection

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When Pikesville native Jayne Havens returned to the Baltimore area, after living in Washington, D.C. for a number of years, she was hoping to expand her social circle. A young mother of two children, Sid, 4, and Ivy, eight weeks old, she wanted to connect with other young Jewish families in and around Lutherville.

Canton’s Annabel Lee Tavern Has Reopened its Doors

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Photo via Annabel Lee Tavern/Facebook

The beleaguered ghost of Edgar Allen Poe can rest a little more easily — or at least grab a drink — as the Annabel Lee Tavern is officially back.

Cycling Advocates, City Reach Settlement in Potomac Street Bike Lane Lawsuit

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A Baltimore Bike Party event in 2014. Photo by Brian O’Doherty.

Local cycling advocacy group Bikemore says it’s reached a settlement with the city that will keep the Potomac Street bike lane intact.

Annabel Lee Tavern Reportedly Will Reopen with Help from Investors

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Sad news broke last month that Canton’s Poe-themed Annabel Lee Tavern would be abruptly closing after 10 years. Now, its course has reportedly been righted.

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