Bar, restaurant and liquor store owners from the York Road corridor gathered before their establishments opened for business Wednesday morning to learn how to better combat a late-night scourge in the area — fake IDs and underage drinking.
“The idea today is to educate you so that you have a better-educated staff, so we don’t
Towson attorney Charles Brooks is continuing his fight against the liquor license renewal for the former Recher Theatre space, which is being transformed into a dance club.
Brooks, who last month had his challenge of the license renewal dismissed by the Baltimore County Liquor Board before it was heard, filed a set of appeals last
A Towson law firm’s challenge of the Recher Theatre’s liquor license ended Monday, April 22 when an insufficient number of protesters showed up at the hearing, allowing the theater’s owners to go forward with plans to transform the space into a dance club called the Torrent Lounge.
“My brother and I and our employees have
A hearing is scheduled for next month in a Towson law firm’s challenge of the Recher Theatre’s liquor license, Baltimore County officials said Thursday.
Liquor Board Chief Administrator Mike Mohler said the hearing, which is the result of a petition filed by the Towson-based Law Offices of Charles E. Brooks, will be held at 2
A negotiated agreement announced Monday morning between Baltimore County government and the owners of the Recher Theatre on York Road absolves the theater of all responsibility for the late-September crowd disturbances in downtown Towson.
via Deal with county absolves Recher Theatre in Towson melee – baltimoresun.com.