Woodberry Wellness is excited to announce the expansion and renovation of the neighborhood wellness center. Nestled in the Woodberry community, behind TV Hill off of 41st Street, Woodberry Wellness is home to a group of independent health and wellness practitioners. The center has been remodeled to include three new treatment rooms, and we are looking for practitioners to add to our community. The treatment rooms offer flexible space for massage therapists, acupuncture, bodyworker, psychotherapy, TRE and more.
Monthly rentals start at $125 which entitles you to the following:
Here’s another sign that Baltimore is becoming the new Brooklyn: First the city agrees to sell property along Howard Street so Robicelli’s Bakery can move to Baltimore. Now one of Brooklyn’s popular home furnishings stores is planning to open its first long term Maryland location in Harbor Point. Read More →
Hot House: 3421 Woodberry Avenue, Baltimore, 21211
Steel and glass contemporary LEED duplex, circa 2009. Three bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths over 2,368 sq. ft. Open floor plan, glass walls, beamed wood ceilings, hardwood floors throughout. Gourmet kitchen with stainless Bosch appliances. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet. Central air. Deck, patio, no basement, two car garage, attached. Use of Clipper Mill pool. $689,900 Read More →
There is little denying that Americans on the whole lead pretty stressed-out lives. Not surprisingly, finances and health issues top the stressor list. It makes sense that as our Western ways dial-up stress levels, the popularity of Eastern practices like yoga, massage and meditation is rising quickly. Non-traditional practices offer several key benefits – people can practice in the comfort of one’s home and you don’t require a pricey professional.
If you’re seeking stress relief you may be interested in the Tension Release Exercise (TRE) method. Taught to over 1 million people worldwide, this simple set of six exercises taps into the mind-body connection that empowers people to reduce stress and find inner balance.
Artifact is starting out the new year with a great ORIGINS program on local grains and baking. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28th Artifact Coffee. Two insightful panelists will answer all your questions about growing, milling, buying and baking with local grains! Heinz Thomet, farmer/owner of Next Step Produce and Russell Trimmer, Woodberry Kitchen’s bread baker will be our panelists. All your gluten questions answered! For tickets, call 410-464-8000.
UPDATE: This event is sold out, but make sure to ‘Like’ the Origins Speaker Series page to receive up-to-date info on their upcoming events.
Origins at Artifact Coffee, Hosted by Chef Spike Gjerde: Internationally-Known Food Historian William Woys Weaver
A speaker series about food, its sources, and how we eat. Our seventh installation of the Origins Speaker Series is a conversation with William Woys Weaver, Ph.D., Director of the Keystone Center for the study of Regional Foods and Food Tourism, author of As American as Shoofly Pie: The Foodlore and Fakelore of Pennsylvania Dutch Cuisine, and founder of the Roughwood Seed Collection, which houses over 4000 varieties of heirloom plants. Hosted by Chef Spike Gjerde. The evening includes dinner, drinks, conversation, and a signed copy of Dr Weavers book.
$80 per person. For reservations, call us at 410-464-8000.
In both drafts and decor, it’s clear that the team behind Waverly Brewing Company paid attention to detail. However, the place and the product are inviting rather than over-produced. Read More →
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