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Past articles by Tim:

Dining review: One Eleven Main is a gem in the heart of Bel Air

One Eleven Main in Bel Air delivers a remarkable level of culinary sophistication, charming service and cozy ambience. → Read More

Petit Louis Bistro still draws crowds to Roland Park for classy French cuisine

A Roland Park favorite for almost two decades, Petit Louis Bistro remains a classy, if noisy, showcase for French cuisine and the Foreman Wolf Restaurant Group. → Read More

101 Baltimore serves more than terrific milkshakes in Federal Hill

In a crowded field of pubs, 101 Baltimore does its best to make an impression in Federal Hill. → Read More

Cunningham's remains a vibrant dining spot in Towson

Cunningham's continues to provide a classy look and generally classy food in Towson. → Read More

Patterson Public House, in former Bistro Rx space, shows off character and finesse

There is much to enjoy at Patterson Public House, a newcomer showing lots of character in the kitchen and lots of muscle in the bar. → Read More

Elkridge Furnace Inn offers terrific ambience, uneven food

The historic surroundings at Elkridge Furnace Inn may be more enjoyable than the food, but it's still a charming spot. → Read More

At Irish pub An Poitin Stil, strong spirits and abundant atmosphere

The food may not be the strongest draw, but a lively spirit and strong spirits can be found at An Poitin Stil, the popular Irish pub in Timonium. → Read More

Fratelli's serves an abundance of Italian fare in Hampstead

In a Hampstead shopping center, Fratelli's draws crowds for its hearty portions of Italian fare. → Read More

BSO gets warm reception in Edinburgh Festival debut

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and music director Marin Alsop received a warm reaction during its debut at the Edinburgh International Festival, first stop on a tour of the U.K. and Ireland. → Read More

ArtsCentric brings fervor to the Elton John/Tim Rice musical 'Aida'

Elton John and Tim Rice's "Aida" is enjoying an energetic revival by Baltimore's ArtsCentric theater troupe. → Read More

Baltimore Symphony embarks Tuesday on first international tour in 13 years

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra embarks Aug. 21 on a visit to Scotland, England and Ireland, its first international travel in 13 years and first international tour with music director Marin Alsop, showcasing programs marking the Leonard Bernstein centennial. → Read More

Columbia's 18th & 21st evokes the Prohibition era with excellent food and drink

A new Columbia restaurant, 18th &21st, named for the amendments that imposed and revoked Prohibition, provides a winning retro atmosphere for very enjoyable food and drink. → Read More

Ludlow Market makes a splash in Locust Point

Ludlow Market, the new restaurant in the space previously known as the Wine Market Bistro, shows off fine technique with imaginative fare. → Read More

Glyndon Grill a casual spot with classy food, drink

Glyndon Grill offers a casual, welcoming vibe and imaginative fare in Baltimore County. → Read More

Jazz + Soju spices up the Locust Point dining scene

Jazz + Soju, a new Korean restaurant in Locust Point, specializes in twice-fried chicken wings and traditional rice, noodle and pajeon dishes. → Read More

Everyman Theatre's summer cabaret features Broadway veterans

Everyman Theatre's first summer cabaret show brings together two Broadway veterans, Judy McLane and Philip Hernandez, for a survey of show tunes. → Read More

Giada De Laurentiis' new restaurant in Horseshoe Casino Baltimore serves up appealing flavors

GDL Italian by Giada, a new addition to dining options inside Baltimore's Horseshoe Casino, provides an attractive ambience and mostly satisfying food. → Read More

BSO New Music Festival filled with eclectic works, electric performances

Reviews of the second annual BSO New Music Festival. → Read More

New play addresses Trump election, rise of 'nasty nationalism'

Quarry Theatre to premiere "Meditations on Nationalism," a play that seeks to provide historical context to the election of Donald Trump. → Read More

BSO's second New Music Festival to offer another colorful mix of works by living composers

For the second year, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will offer a short festival devoted to works by living composers. → Read More