Artifact Coffee of Hampden, one of the restaurants in Spike Gjerde’s Foodshed family, is in talks to open a second location in Charles Village.
They feature locally made goods, and they mean you don’t have to go to the mall. Craft markets are a category of holiday shopping that don’t carry the commercial connotation associated with December weekends. Over the next two weeks, three stops can help you make it through the final month of the year. Read More →
Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus is less than a mile from Barclay Elementary. Over the years, the powerhouse university has hosted programs and helped pay for upgrades at the nearby public elementary school. Now, Hopkins is becoming even more involved, with a new plan to help transform Barclay into the city’s first elementary school with a STEM focus. Read More →
The era of construction in Charles Village is over. City officials marked the end of the three-year project on Charles Street on Tuesday. Read More →
Maybe we’re a little late to this particular party. Brown Rice, the new Korean restaurant in town, has been open since the beginning of the year, but for some reason it’s taken us this long to listen to what everyone’s been saying: this place is great. Brown Rice is kind of quintessential Korean food in that it’s flavorful, made with simple ingredients, and even though it’s mighty tasty, you can tell it’s cooked in such a way that it’s gotta be pretty good for you. Read More →
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