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Baltimore Food Scene: How Local Food is Helping Revitalize the City

by Shawn Douglas. Posted May 8th 2011 08:00 AM
Baltimore Food Scene

Shawn Douglas, AOL

As I hopped into the cab that would take me to the airport, I felt optimistic that my weekend getaway would be an exciting one. Within seconds, the driver began making small talk.

"Where you traveling to?" he asked with considerable enthusiasm despite the redeye hour.

"Baltimore," I said with an equal amount of pluck.

"Oh, I'm sorry," said the driver...
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Best Airport Food: Eight Restaurants for Chowing Down on Local Flavors

by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Apr 18th 2011 01:45 PM
airport restaurants

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Given the questionable reliability of air travel these days, there's a chance that that booking fee is going to include a no-expenses-paid, overnight vacation in an airport terminal. Or there's always the missed connection or five-hour layover option. The situation can be especially depressing when escaping the airport is not an option.
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5 Restaurants and Bars in Baltimore for Enjoying a Drink

by Shawn Douglas. Posted Apr 11th 2011 10:00 AM
Baltimore Bars

Shawn Douglas - Baltimore at Night

When I first stepped foot in Baltimore, I had a good feeling about my prospects of finding a few good watering holes. Historically known as a vital seaport, Baltimore has been influenced by German and Irish immigrants with deep roots in brewing and distilling fine beers and spirits. This influence - combined with the cultural influences of nearby Washington D.C. - left me feeling optimistic about finding quality restaurants and bars in Baltimore for enjoying a drink.
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Five Iconic Baseball Stadiums To Visit To Make Summer a Grand Slam

by Annemarie Dooling. Posted Apr 11th 2011 09:30 AM
Baseball Stadiums

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Peanuts, crackerjacks and home runs: baseball stadiums are the stuff summer is made of. Luckily, there are 29 stadiums in the U.S., each ripe for a summer time visit. There are 5 ballparks, however, that stand out as their own kind of Mecca to fans.
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Bro, Go Retro At These 7 Drive-In Theaters

by Alison Lowenstein. Posted Mar 31st 2011 04:25 PM
Drive In Theaters

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Long gone are the days of watching movies at a drive-in or listening to films via portable radio. Or are they? In a world of Netflix and multiplexes, the drive-in movie theater is a major piece of cinema history that thankfully didn't go the way of CinemaScope. Located on country fields or parking lots on the outskirts of cities, a slew of mostly family-owned theaters still exist.
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