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Clipper Mill, Featured Hot Listing, Real Estate, Home & Garden, Sponsored Post, Woodberry

Featured Listing- Clipper Mill Contemporary

0 Written by: | Friday, Mar 14, 2014 1:04pm

 

OPEN HOUSE Sunday, March 16th 12 – 2pm

$589,000
3434 Woodberry Avenue, Woodberry
3 bedroom(s), 4 bathroom(s)
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Clipper Mill, Gift Guides, Hampden, Health and Fitness, Shop Local, Sponsored Post, Woodberry

Buy the Best Gift EVER – Without Getting Up From Your Desk Chair

0 Written by: | Monday, Dec 16, 2013 1:29pm

Shopping is hard work, and time consuming,  You want to do the right thing and shop local, but it’s not always easy to get out and see what’s out there.  Respite has done it for you.  Trying to be good about this (because it’s really tempting to be gifting unto one’s self when thinking of yoga and massage), there is no doubt you can name at least five people, right now, who need to relax and feel that someone else is vested in their well-being.  Let that someone be you…well, you and the genuinely caring professionals at Respite Wellness.

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Initial Acupuncture / 120 min / $130   Follow Up Acupuncture / 60 min / $65
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Massage Therapy, Pregnancy Massage or Thai Yoga Bodywork / 60 min / $80 / 90 min / $100

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Channeled Purpose Reading with a Medium / 60 min / $120

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Reiki Energy Healing / 120 min / $80

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Yoga / 5 Class Card / $55  /10 Class Card / $100

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A Hampden neighbor, Respite resides in North Baltimore City. Nestled at the corner of Hooper & Girard Avenues, Respite overlooks Woodberry & Clipper Mill  from the foot of TV Hill.  2000 Girard Ave  Baltimore, MD 21211

Charles Village, Featured, Woodberry

Fierce Chicks Rock Throw a Rocking Yard Sale

2 Written by: | Friday, Mar 29, 2013 11:00am

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Moveable Feast is a phenomenal organization.  They provide healthy meals for Maryland residents with cancer, HIV/AIDS, and other severe illnesses.  A variety of local organizations have come together to raise money and find food to help further Moveable Feast’s mission, from Gather Baltimore to Fierce Chicks ROCK.  Fierce Chicks is a group of determined women who fundraise throughout the year for Moveable Feast.  Each May, they bike over 140 miles from Ocean City to Baltimore in two days, with each woman raising $1,300 – the cost of feeding one client at Moveable Feast for an entire year.

Tomorrow they are throwing their annual yard sale, with all proceeds to benefit their fundraising goal.  From 7:00a to 1:00 pm they can be found at the corner of Barclay and 31st in Charles Village, just a few steps away from the Waverly Market.  Stop on by to see what goods they’ve found, what deals abound, and help these incredible women reach their worthy goal.
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Druid Hill, Hampden, Lifeline, Woodberry

A Little Explosion to Start Your Day

0 Written by: | Monday, Feb 25, 2013 10:01am

“Hey Baltimore, WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT??!!!,” one of my Facebook friends wrote yesterday morning. Other folks quickly chimed in about the huge boom and subsequent heavy rumbling that shook the Woodberry/Druid Hill/Hampden region; guesses included a meth lab explosion, a truck that had flipped over and was being dragged down a hill,  or”something huge falling off a cliff.” But rest easy, Baltimore — that explosion was on purpose.

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Culture, Harbor East, Woodberry

James Beard Semifinalists: Woodberry Kitchen, Charleston and Newcomer Pabu

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Feb 20, 2013 9:22am

The James Beard Foundation’s just released list of semifinalists for its annual restaurant awards include farm-to-table favorite Woodberry Kitchen (in the Outstanding Bar category), special occasion restaurant Charleston (in the Outstanding Wine Program category), and Japanese izakaya Pabu (in the Best New Restaurant category). Woodberry Kitchen Chef Spike Gjerde and Charleston Chef Cindy Wolf were both named semifinalists in the Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic category. Read More →

Culture, Woodberry

Union Craft Brewing to Open Next Month

0 Written by: | Monday, Jun 25, 2012 2:32pm

A new, locally brewed beer is coming to a pub near you.

After months of preparation, Union Craft Brewing in Woodberry will launch two styles of beer this month. The brewery also plans to open its tasting room to the public in mid-July. Union Craft is one of several new breweries and beer-themed restaurants to debut in the last year.

On June 29, Union Craft Brewing will launch Duckpin Pale Ale and Balt Altbier, a German-style Altbier at a launch party at Max’s Taphouse in Fell’s Point. The beers will be on draft and also in specialty firkins, or small kegs, with slight variations to the original which make them one-off rarities, says Union Craft Brewing Co-owner Jon Zerivitz.

“I’m super excited, really nervous, but really ready to take the plunge into this. I’m feeling incredibly humbled and grateful for the support the city has shown us so far,” Zerivitz says.

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Belvedere Square, Cockeysville, Downtown, Harbor East, Woodberry

An In-the-Know Real Estate Pro Gives Us Her Restaurant Picks

1 Written by: | Tuesday, May 08, 2012 2:16pm

I have a secret weapon in Nicky Keelty. She’s a dear friend who knows more about Baltimore restaurants (and hotels, shops and salons) than anyone I know. Nicky can conjure up the perfect restaurant for any occasion on cue, and follow it up with an impsossible-to-get Saturday night reservation, all with one swift call. Nicky is connected.

Why is the mother of two on the inside track? It’s her job. As a Senior Vice President, Principal at Cassidy Turley, she leases space downtown. It’s her business to know what, where, when and why.

She’s so genuinely likable and fun, it’s easy to see why any restaurant would happily move her name to the top of the resevations list.

Home cook assessment: Do you consider Durkee onions and Campbell’s mushroom soup legitimate ingredients or cheating?
Cheating, you need to start from scratch. And how would you make those onion things or that soup? I just avoid those ingredients all together.

Saturday night with the husband: Where do you book? What do you order?

Ambassador. Patio table. Chicken tikka masala.

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