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Ironworkers Local 16 merged with two other D.C.-area chapters

Ironworkers Local 16, which represents about 1,000 Baltimore-area workers and retirees, has been merged with two other Washington, D.C., area locals following years of declining membership and work, and difficulty funding its pension. 15 more words

QG to open a second location in Hunt Valley on Feb. 1

A popular downtown barbershop that has expanded into a clothing shop and spa is set to open a Baltimore County location on Feb. 1.

The QG — short for Quinntessential Gentleman, named in memory of the owner’s mother, Quinn — will open its second location in 3,000 square feet on the lower level of Executive Plaza at Shawan and McCormick roads just off of Interstate 83 in Hunt Valley. 39 more words

Baltimore’s craft hot sauce makers are on fire

A few years ago, Station North resident Harrison Long found himself with piles of habanero peppers. A backyard plant had flourished, and he needed a use for his impressive harvest. 29 more words

Fells Point bar Bad Decisions to close in February

After relocating to a new space in Fells Point six months ago, Bad Decisions will soon close its doors for good.

The cocktail bar announced its impending closure on Tuesday… 32 more words

Three new tenants ink deals at The Shops at Kenilworth

Two Maryland-based novelty stores and a yoga studio have signed on to open as part of the $20 million redevelopment of The Shops at Kenilworth. 78 more words

Wordsmith - Conscious-Commercial Hip-Hop

Wordsmith is the always-professional, ever-expanding, world-wide movement based out of Baltimore, MD.  His mission is to entertain and educate through a Message of Purpose, and always by example relate that message through clean, quality, and marketable Music for the Masses.  574 more words

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Under Armour hires vice president of investor relations

Under Armour hired Lance Allega, a former senior manager at Nike, Sony and VF Corp., as vice president of investor relations, the company said today. 28 more words