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Past articles by Wesley:

How two Baltimore distilleries are bringing rye whiskey back

At Sagamore Spirit in Port Covington and Baltimore Spirits Co. in Medfield, Baltimore distilleries are slowly but surely helping bring rye whiskey back to prominence. → Read More

These are the top 50 places to eat in Baltimore, according to Yelp

Bar Liquorice landed at the top of Yelp's 50 Best Places to Eat in Baltimore, with Ekiben and Joe Benny's near the top as well. → Read More

New Food Network show seeking first-time restaurant owners in Baltimore

Production company High Noon Entertainment is looking for first-time restaurant owners for a new show titled "Opening Night." → Read More

Fast-casual restaurant Pats Select now open in Cockeysville, Asian Garden to soon follow

Pats Select Pizza Grill has opened in Cockeysville, while Asian Garden plans to open next week. → Read More

Free cookies, fries and ride-share discounts for Maryland voters on Election Day

At Baltimore-area restaurants and bars, customers wearing an "I Voted" sticker receive special discounts on Election Day. → Read More

The Boathouse Canton has closed

The waterfront Baltimore restaurant and bar's final day of operation was Oct. 31. → Read More

The Back Yard, a new bar in former Patrick's of Pratt Street space, opens in Hollins Market

Former Elephant bartenders Lara Sumerson and Mike Cavanagh opened the Back Yard in Baltimore's Hollins Market neighborhood in October. → Read More

Men's Journal names Union's Double Duckpin one of the 50 best craft beers in U.S.

In its "50 Best Craft Beers in the United States" feature, Men's Journal named Baltimore's Union Craft Brewing's Double Duckpin Maryland's best craft beer. → Read More

M&S Grill at the Inner Harbor has closed

The Inner Harbor's M&S Grill, a restaurant by McCormick & Schmick, closed on Oct. 14. → Read More

New Maryland brewery 1623 Brewing Co. debuts in Carroll County with launch party tonight

Columbine survivor Zac Rissmiller’s new Carroll County-based 1623 Brewing Co. celebrates its official launch this evening with a tasting event at Paradiso Ristorante in Westminster. → Read More

Deadmau5 drops from Laurel Park's Clubhouse Festival

Laurel Park's first-ever Clubhouse Festival will no longer feature EDM star Deadmau5. Rappers Tyga and Rich the Kid, among others, have been added to the lineup. → Read More

U.K. agency wants Flying Dog's Easy IPA beer off shelves

Frederick's Flying Dog Brewery finds itself in a controversy in the United Kingdom over the packaging of its Easy IPA beer. → Read More

'A heart-wrenching decision': Mount Washington's Nickel Taphouse has closed

Opened in 2013, the Nickel Taphouse in Mount Washington closed after dinner service Sunday. It was "a financial business decision,” said owner Robbin Haas. → Read More

Natural Light's 77-pack of beer can only be found in one place — College Park

Natural Light, a favorite beer of college students because of its cheap price, is selling a limited edition 77-pack in College Park. → Read More

Pooles Island Brewing Co. to open in Baltimore County this fall

Pooles Island Brewing Co. plans to open in Maryland's Middle River in late November. → Read More

Annapolis Harvest Beer Festival returns in October for second year

Chesapeake Brewing Co. co-founder Carolyn Marquis believed Annapolis needed a showcase for local beer. → Read More

Baltimore drummers wow 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' with 'Level Up' performance

Baltimore drummers Timothy Fletcher and Malik Perry performed on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" recently. → Read More

Rapper Butch Dawson finds inspiration, success from Baltimore's 'Swamp'

Baltimore rapper Butch Dawson discusses his upbringing in West Baltimore, releasing his anticipated project "Swamp Boy" and more. → Read More

David Simon returns to Twitter with another message for CEO: 'You suck, Jack'

Author and TV showrunner David Simon returned to Twitter on Wednesday morning, still critical of the social media platform's ban of him earlier this year. → Read More

Mac DeMarco to play surprise Rams Head Live show on Thursday

In a surprise announcement, Mac DeMarco, the Los Angeles-based indie-rock singer/songwriter, will headline Rams Head Live on Thursday night. → Read More