A snow day probably wasn’t the ideal day to issue a Snow Pants recall, but such is the life of running a craft brewery. Read More →
Weekend brunch is pretty great no matter what. But you know what else is great? Ice cream. And you know when it’s best? Any time. Luckily, the folks over at The Charmery seem to agree with us, which is why they’re hosting an Ice Cream for Breakfast event tomorrow, Saturday, February 7th. They’re declaring it, “the most wonderful, delicious, morning of the year!” And we can’t see why we wouldn’t agree. So throw on your best footie pajamas (yes, dressing in your PJs is encouraged) and head down for the least nutritious breakfast of the year.
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With a booming restaurant scene and the annual Christmas miracle, Hampden is used to congestion. With a new shopping center proposed, the neighborhood may be hitting peak parking. But whether permit parking is the answer is a matter of much debate. Read More →
Want to spend Valentine’s Day feeling the love, but without all the pressure and faux-romance and all of that? Maybe it’s time to look to the tiny tots in your life for Valentine inspiration. After all, they’re pure love, giggles, and joyousness (except of course when they’re not). That’s why Heart Love Photography is offering special mini-sessions for baby portraits just in time for Valentine’s Day. The sessions result in absolutely gorgeous (but also super cool, non-Anne Geddes-style) portraits that are pretty much guaranteed to be the best Valentine’s Day gifts you’ve ever received (or given, for that matter). Read More →
Just in time for the holidays, Hampden has a fabulous new place to find everything you need to check those final names off your list. It’s Thurston & Lovey, and if you’ll be strolling around The Avenue this weekend, make sure to stop in for unique gifts, and plenty of holiday cheer. These folks have great taste, and so much stuff that simply stopping in to browse is an adventure in itself. You can find jewelery, home decor, and antiques– all curated with great taste, and an eye for the kind of stuff we all love to give (and receive). Read More →
Ah, Krampus. He’s just what you need if all the jingle bells and holly jolly are beginning to make you want to fa-la-la your way under a rock. If you’re unfamiliar, Krampus is basically the anti-Santa in traditional Alpine lore. He looks rather devilish and beastly and behaves as such. While Santa brings gifts for all the good boys and girls, Krampus brings coal and other punishments to all of the naughty ones. So it’s fitting that just across the way from Baltimore’s much beloved Miracle on 34th Street lies Bazaar—the impeccably curated curiosity shop. Where else in town would Krampus pick for his local HQ? Read More →
Developer David Tufaro’s Terra Nova Ventures received city planning approval to redevelop Whitehall Cotton Mill on Clipper Mill Road in Hampden more than a year ago. But they’ve only just closed on the property. In addition to apartments, offices, and a restaurant, the soon-to-be renovated mill building will house a Belvedere Square-type marketplace. Read More →
It’s a good thing that the Christmas lights on Hampden’s 34th Street came on this year despite some residents threatening to go dark after a string of crimes in the area. They’re just about to raise their profile… in Japan. Read More →
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