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Harbor East

The National Katyn Memorial
The National Katyn Memorial

Less than 15 years ago, this area was a collection of industrial warehouses and derelict buildings. Now the neighborhood -- bounded by the Chesapeake Bay to the west and south, Fells Point to the east and Little Italy to the north -- has become a posh spot with high-end boutiques, restaurants, spas, movie theater, hotels and condominiums. It's a happening part of town with the feel of a small community just outside the hubbub of the Inner Harbor. It is within walking distance of some of the most exciting neighborhoods in the city and offers direct access to the Jones Falls Expressway, the major thoroughfare transecting the city to the north and south.

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BmoreMedia is on break for July 4

BmoreMedia is taking off for the July 4 holiday. We will publish our next issue July 16. In the meantime, check out two summer dessert recipes for strawberry-rhubarb cobbler and lemon-flower ice cream from local chefs. 

Charm City culinary stars shine at legendary James Beard House

The James Beard Foundation bestows awards that are known as the Oscars of the culinary world. Our writer takes you behind the scenes of a dinner at the foundation's New York City headquarters where she savored a memorable meal prepared by three Baltimore chefs.

Step OUT to listen to the music of Edith Piaf

Classical singer Alexis Tantau celebrates "La Vie en Rose" singer Edith Piaf in a live performance at Pazo on Sunday, June 16. The evening includes a three-course dinner at the Harbor East restaurant. 
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