SAPD Issues Thousands of Tickets for Homelessness

SAPD Issues Thousands of Tickets for Homelessness

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6 Sinfully Good Grilled Cheese Sandwiches in SA

6 Sinfully Good Grilled Cheese Sandwiches in SA

Food & Drink: Cheesy Jane’s. Multiple locations, If the name is any indicator, this San Antonio staple doesn’t mess around when it comes to... By Tommie Ethington 10/22/2014
Alamo Ice House Brings Hill Country to Downtown

Alamo Ice House Brings Hill Country to Downtown

Food & Drink: There was a special kind of draw at Alamo Ice House on a recent Tuesday evening. A handful of weeks after opening its... By Jessica Elizarraras 10/22/2014
A Closer Look: The ins and outs of a few important races

A Closer Look: The ins and outs of a few important races

News: For more than a year now gubernatorial candidates Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott have dominated airwaves and secured way... By Mark Reagan 10/22/2014
‘Walking the Camino’ Explores a Treacherous Trek Through Spain

‘Walking the Camino’ Explores a Treacherous Trek Through Spain

Screens: In the Middle Ages, pilgrims walked the 500-mile El Camino de Santiago de Compostela as a pilgrimage to the tomb of Apostle St. James. It was an... By Stephen James Ross 10/22/2014

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  • Film Review: Chef This summer’s zeitgeist-y feel-good movie serves up an array of high-definition shots of sizzling gourmet food | 5/28/2014
  • Still Waters Two Eastern Shore transplants join in craft distilling’s first wave | 5/28/2014
  • The Best Tubing Beers There’re very few summertime diversions as splendid and spectacular as tubing | 5/21/2014
  • Being Male, Middle Class, and White Maryland native Michael Tully celebrates Ocean City summers in Ping Pong Summer | 5/7/2014
  • Club Sandwich Directed by Fernando Eimbcke | 5/7/2014
  • The Mend Directed by John Magary | 5/7/2014
  • The Spent Grain Trade Brewers and farmers react to FDA's proposed changes to their spent-grain exchanges | 4/30/2014
  • French Kitchen A hotel restaurant makes all the wrong moves | 4/30/2014
  • Film Review: The Railway Man Jonathan Teplitzky makes a decidedly 21st-century World War II movie | 4/23/2014
  • Tony’s Grill On the hunt for a quick, cheap breakfast on a Saturday | 4/2/2014
  • Film Review: The Lunchbox Finding an understanding soul in a sea of people is a concept universally loved | 4/2/2014
  • Film Review: Le Week-End An honest film about baby boomers getting old | 3/26/2014
  • Dylan’s Oyster Cellar Raw bar in the Mount Vernon. | 3/26/2014
  • Film Review: Brewmore Hampden filmmaker traces Baltimore’s beer history | 3/19/2014
  • Resturant Review - Canteen Bold drinks belie milder meals at Canteen | 3/19/2014
  • The Last Picture Store An oral history of Video Americain | 3/12/2014
  • High Grounds Coffee Michael Wood roasts coffee for a cause in Highlandtown | 3/5/2014
  • Film Review: It Felt Like Love A young girl's sexual awakening leads to desperation | 2/26/2014
  • Beer Fest Max's stocks up for Belgian Beer Fest | 2/12/2014
  • Film Review: The New Black Religion often appears to be losing a foothold in the United States, as regular mass-goers might attest. | 2/5/2014
  • Film Review: 12 O'Clock Boys Lotfy Nathan examines the culture of local dirt-bike crew | 1/29/2014
  • The Tavern Totty Tavern on the Hill | 1/22/2014
  • Hot Buttered Rum Bertha’s | 1/22/2014
  • The Isadore Annabel Lee Tavern | 1/22/2014
  • Winter Dark and Stormy Metropolitan Coffeehouse and Wine Bar | 1/22/2014
  • Film Review: The Invisible Woman Story of Dickens and his teenaged mistress paints a bleak picture of women’s lives in 19th-century England | 1/22/2014
  • Souvlaki A new Mediterranean joint on the Avenue | 1/15/2014
  • Film Review: Jamesy Boy Locally filmed crime drama aims for gritty realism but rings hollow | 1/15/2014
  • Restaurant Review: Cunningham’s Cunningham’s makes big improvement on standard suburban fare | 1/8/2014
  • Suds The holiday onslaught on the Wine Source’s shelves has cleared them of any elf- or Santa-related beers | 1/1/2014
  • Film Review: The Lady Vanishes Hitchcock delivers puzzlement, intrigue, and a sizable dose of comedy. | 1/1/2014
  • Mick Kipp 1962 - 2013 | 12/25/2013
  • Film Review: Inside Llewyn Davis The Coen Brothers’ latest employs ’60s folk revival as backdrop | 12/18/2013
  • Film Review: Let the Fire Burn Found-footage doc delves into the 1985 MOVE tragedy | 12/10/2013
  • The Life of Reilly Weathering the storm in Butchers Hill | 12/10/2013
  • Restaurant Review: The Other Corner Corner BYOB offshoot offers exceptional charcuterie at bare-bones prices | 12/4/2013
  • Film Review: Hit and Stay The Baltimore Four and the Catonsville Nine would spark a series of similar, Catholic Left-led demonstrations | 12/4/2013
  • Nun Too Pleased Steve Coogan works comedy and balance into nun-conspiracy movie | 11/27/2013
  • Berger Cookie Chocolate Stout Full Tilt debuts Berger Cookie collaboration beer Friday | 11/13/2013
  • Cedar Café Baklava every bit as good as we once had in Istanbul | 11/13/2013
  • Restaurant Review: Shoo-Fly Diner Woodberry Kitchen chef’s new yuppie-bait diner lacks imagination | 11/6/2013
  • Film Review: Blue Is the Warmest Color Is a coming-of-age film a work of art or indulgence? | 11/6/2013
  • Getting intimate with Bottega Tiny Station North newcomer boasts heavy-hitting proteins and thoughtful presentation | 10/30/2013
  • Loony Toons MICA shows non-Disneyfied animation shorts | 10/30/2013
  • Count Down Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s outdoor setting breathes new life into old vampire | 10/23/2013
  • Film Review: 12 Years a Slave A British director’s compelling depiction of American slavery | 10/23/2013
  • What’s brewin’ at Baltimore Beer Week Baltimore Beer Tap Takeover, This Beer’s Cooking, No Hops! Gruit Ale Competition, and more | 10/16/2013
  • Big Beer Inside Baltimore’s burgeoning craft beer scene, worts and all | 10/16/2013
  • Union Craft Brewing “One of our big goals is to kind of show Baltimore how proud we are of [it]” | 10/16/2013
  • The Brewer’s Art “The birth of the craziness of the beers we like to do had its roots in the Belgian beer scene.” | 10/16/2013
  • Heavy Seas Beer “The character of Baltimore beer drinkers has changed, in some ways; and in some ways, it’s absolutely the goddamn same,” | 10/16/2013
  • Oliver Breweries “The brewers, the owners, they’re doing it for a reason and that reason is not just money.” | 10/16/2013
  • DuClaw Brewing Company “We don’t want to grow too fast, but we always want to be at capacity, whatever we do,” | 10/16/2013
  • Peabody Heights Brewery There is a “new craft movement.” “And I think I will be proud to say later, ‘I was part of that.’” | 10/16/2013
  • Film Review: Drinking Buddies Drinking Buddies Directed by Joe Swanberg Plays at the Charles Theatre Oct. 23 7:30 p.m. You’ll be thirsty while you’re watching Joe Swanberg’s latest effort. | 10/16/2013
  • Eightbar Libricide in the name of booze | 10/9/2013
  • IKEA The meatball combo is a delight | 10/2/2013
  • Roland Park Blues Matthew Porterfield’s third feature focuses on the personal and the universal | 9/25/2013
  • Peabody Heights Brewery Meet the Charles Village brewery's head brewer, Ernesto Igot | 9/25/2013
  • Film Review: Prisoners Hugh Jackman plays Paul Bunyan-esque father Keller Dover, whose young daughter disappears on Thanksgiving | 9/25/2013
  • Regency-Style Napoleon Dynamite’s director takes on Jane Austen | 9/4/2013
  • ‘Napoleon Dynamite’ Co-writer Takes a Trip to ‘Austenland’ Infuse Joe Wright’s glossyPride and Prejudice with the fondant-colored, overdone costume design of Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette, then add... | 9/12/2013
  • A Q&A with Jerusha Hess and JJ Feild Screenwriter-director and star of ‘Austenland’ talk about hard-core Janeites and Regency vomit | 9/11/2013
  • Shooting GM with SRB One Eyed Mike’s 10th anniversary party | 9/11/2013
  • Film Review: Good Ol’ Freda The Beatles’ secretary and fan-club president remembers 11 years with the band | 9/11/2013
  • Film and TV Tour There’s a scene in the eighth episode of Season 1 of The Wire where Wee-Bey heaps a healthy dollop of horseradish onto a pit beef sandwich and says, “The trick is not to give a fuck, boy. I got this.” | 9/4/2013
  • Nightlife A city’s bar scene provides some of the most essential insights into its character: their patrons, their atmospheres, their prices reveal much. | 9/4/2013
  • Breweries and Wineries Whether you’re kicking back on the weekend or just visiting, there’s nothing so pleasant as traveling to the actual brewery or winery that produces the boozy goodness that flows through a city’s taps and glasses. | 9/4/2013
  • A Name That Fits the Bill The sound of chatter floated out to the street | 9/4/2013
  • Food on the Hill New Mount Vernon diner/bar adds a casual, friendly option with killer fries and omelets | 8/21/2013
  • American Asian Trying out the Asian food in Halethorpe | 8/14/2013
  • Good Morning, Zissimos Where can you get a breakfast beer? | 8/7/2013
  • Bon Fresco Even if Bon Fresco requires us to navigate Columbia’s sprawl, we’ll be back | 7/31/2013
  • Film Review: A Hijacking Lost at sea - The limits of power and humanity are tested in a gut-wrenching film about a standoff with Somali pirates | 7/10/2013
  • Film Review: Fruitvale Station A retelling of the Oscar Grant story offers perspective on recent events | 7/24/2013
  • ‘Fruitvale Station’ Weaves Sublime Detail into Oscar Grant Story Fruitvale Station will make you sick to your stomach. It will prompt you to shed at least a few tears, if not sob. And for many, it will inspire ire... | 7/24/2013
  • Cardin Visits Heavy Seas Heavy Seas hosts Maryland senator, begins growler fills | 7/24/2013
  • The Wild Dog Cart As hot dogs go, theirs was meaty enough | 7/24/2013
  • All About Eve There’s one career all females have in common, whether we like it or not: being a woman | 7/17/2013
  • Farm-to-pint Glass The state’s first licensed farm brewery has big, delicious plans | 7/10/2013
  • The Way, Way Back A movie for that awkward, I’d-rather-not kid but also something for that other kid too | 7/10/2013
  • Film Review: Downloaded A documentary about Napster and Shawn Fanning. | 7/3/2013
  • The Bored Life The story of a disintegrating marriage mirrors a famed Hollywood tryst | 6/26/2013
  • Java Moon Café Penn Station, 1515 N. Charles St. | 6/19/2013
  • The East Brit Marling packs an environmental punch in a fast-paced, well-written spy movie | 6/12/2013
  • Suds ‘We should just open up our own brew store.’” | 6/5/2013
  • Stories We Tell Imagine assembling your entire family, friends, and co-workers, sitting each down individually and asking them to tell the whole story | 5/29/2013
  • Pizzeria y Taqueria Tex-Mex Restaurant 3019 E. Baltimore St., (410) 327-7679 | 5/29/2013
  • Jazz Age, With Jay-Z Larger-than-life Gatsby glitters, just may be gold | 5/22/2013
  • I Used to Be Darker Directed by Matt Porterfield | 5/8/2013
  • After Tiller Directed by Martha Shane and Lana Wilson | 5/8/2013
  • A Teacher Directed by Hannah Fidell | 5/8/2013
  • This Is Spinal Tap The talent of the cast astounds, their capacity for improvisation seemingly never-ending. | 5/8/2013
  • Suds City Paper throws a mean party, here are some highlights for this weekends brewfest. | 4/24/2013
  • Lucky’s Deli and Market 445 E. Fort Ave., (410) 400-6673 | 4/24/2013
  • Super Seniors A bevy of Hollywood’s aging elite star in Robert Redford’s latest | 4/17/2013
  • Lost City Diner Found! Station North’s Area 51-esque eatery makes a comeback | 4/10/2013
  • Sun Don’t Shine A cross between a romance and a psychological thriller. | 3/27/2013
  • Age 20: Jaclyn Jones Stealing Scenes | 3/20/2013
  • Suds Craft Brewers Conference tour of the city’s breweries. | 3/20/2013