Nearly a year of construction and renovation come to an end this Valentine’s Day weekend when Torrent Lounge, the nightclub replacing the Recher Theatre on York Road in Towson, opens to provide a thumping heartbeat for Baltimore’s electronic music scene.
“There hasn’t been anything like this in Maryland, ever, from what we’ve been told by
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 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 Towson law firm plans to challenge the renewal of the Recher Theatre’s liquor license in an effort to stop the establishment’s plan to become a nightclub.
The Charles E. Brooks Law Offices will file a petition with the county liquor board within the next week on behalf of residents and property owners, according to
Towson leaders and owners of the Recher Theatre met Thursday, Feb. 14 to discuss some of the early concerns stemming from the venue’s planned change to a nightclub later this spring.
But while the plans for Torrent Nightclub and the business reputation of owners Brian and Scott Recher have helped some accept the project, Councilman