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Origins Speaker Series Jan 28th – Baking and Local Grains

0 Written by: | Monday, Jan 18, 2016 1:48pm

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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.

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Food & Drink, Lifeline, Sponsored Post, Woodberry

Origins at Artifact Coffee, Hosted by Chef Spike Gjerde: Internationally-Known Food Historian William Woys Weaver

0 Written by: | Monday, Nov 16, 2015 3:02pm

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Origins: A Speaker Series

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.

Food & Drink, Woodberry

Woodberry’s Waverly Brewing Company is Open

0 Written by: | Friday, Nov 06, 2015 4:11pm

IMG_2137More craft beer in Baltimore? Pour it on.

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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Recently Reduced: Historic Mill House In Woodberry, With Access to The Jones Falls Trail

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Sep 29, 2015 10:53am

Hot House: 3711 Clipper Road, Baltimore, 21211

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Stone mill house, attached, circa 1846, with front porch, well and completely renovated. About 2,230 sq. ft. over three stories, with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors. Kitchen with soapstone counters and sink, stainless steel appliances. Master bedroom with large walk-in closet and dressing room. Unfinished basement. House is wired and cable ready. Professional landscaping, pond, fenced back yard, parking pad for 3 cars: $385,000 (ask about Homestead Tax Credit). Read More →

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Featured Listing: Beautiful Stone Mill Home in Historic Woodberry

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jun 25, 2015 10:30am

Featured Listing:  3711 Clipper Rd- Historic Woodberry

List Price:  $399,900

3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms

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This gorgeous home presents a rare opportunity to own a beautifully renovated, distinctive dwelling in a community where one can walk to everything; including nationally recognized restaurants, award-winning coffee shop, artisans and more. Read More →

Baltimore Fishbowl Weekend, Woodberry

Home Coffee Workshop at Artifact

0 Written by: | Saturday, Apr 11, 2015 3:05pm

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catch of the day fish (2)First, we all had the classic Mr.Coffee drip machine. Then, the more sophisticated of us upgraded to French press. A few holdovers stuck with their grandmothers’ percolators. Meanwhile, home espresso machines totally became a thing– followed by two opposite ends of the spectrum: the Keurig and the pour over. And where does that leave us we now? Well, mostly just ordering our usual at the coffee shop, rather than trying to figure out how we should be making our coffee ourselves. But thankfully, there are people out there who’ve got it all figured out. And they’re not just keeping it to themselves. Artifact’s Coffee Director David Anderson will be sharing all his tips and tricks this week for making the perfect cup of coffee at home. Read More →

Real Estate & Home, Sponsored Post, Woodberry

Whit Harvey Group’s Peek of the Week: A Work of Art in Historic Woodberry

0 Written by: | Saturday, Apr 04, 2015 3:00pm

exteriorJill Orlov first spied her future home from the 41st Street bridge while out looking at neighborhoods with a friend. She was in the market for a home, and was intrigued by the stone duplexes along Clipper Road. Getting there was a challenge, but Jill finally found her way there through the one-way streets of Woodberry.

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Jill was not afraid to take on a project, and with her background in architecture actually welcomed the opportunity to restore an historic home. Nothing on the street was for sale, so she approached a neighbor that was sitting outside. Click to read more.

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Catch of the Day, Woodberry

Blacksauce Comes to Artifact

0 Written by: | Monday, Dec 15, 2014 1:01pm

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catch of the day fish (2)We love it when two of our favorite things come together. In this case, it’s a (weekend-long) marriage of Artifact Coffee (one of the best spots in town for a cup of joe and something to nibble on) and Blacksauce Kitchen (you know the mile-long line at the farmers market for their biscuits?). And not only have the two teamed up for what promises to be a delicious and unique dinner concept this weekend, but they’ve done it right at the peak of the holiday season. Translation: one meal that we don’t have to cook ourselves. One night when we will not have to wash one dish. One night that we can sit and be served food, rather than chasing after the kids to make sure they’re not throwing theirs all over the floor/couch/guests. In other words: perfect timing. Read More →

Catch of the Day, Woodberry

Learn Papercutting from Bmore Papercuts

1 Written by: | Friday, Nov 07, 2014 1:19pm

Papercutting Workshop

You’ve undoubtedly seen the exquisite work of Bmore Papercuts— aka artist Annie  Howe. Her work has graced local gallery and coffee shop walls, the cover of the City Paper, and more. This traditional art form is certainly a skill that requires patience, practice, and a steady hand. But at the same time, it’s also a skill that anyone can learn, and that can look amazingly impressive– even when you’re a rookie. With the holidays coming up, papercutting is a good skill to have under your belt. You can make gorgeous cards, thoughtful, handmade gifts, and all manner of ornaments and decorations, as long as you’re armed with a few basic materials and some fundamentals of the form. Read More →

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STARTS HERE! The Ivy Bookshop Reading Series Tonight at Artifact Coffee

0 Written by: | Monday, Aug 25, 2014 10:00am

Starts Here! At Artifact Coffee

THE IVY BOOKSHOP AND ARTIFACT COFFEE

Monday, August 25, 2014 – 7:00pm

Jen Michalski hosts the August installment of our Starts Here! series. The evening will feature readings by Michael Kimball, Sarah Pinsker,Matthew Zingg.

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By The Author

Michael Kimball is the author of seven books, including GalagaBig Ray, and Dear Everybody. His work has been translated into a dozen languages, and featured on NPRs All Things Considered and in Vice, as well as in The Guardian and Bomb.

Sarah Pinsker‘s novelette In Joy, Knowing the Abyss Behind, won the 2014 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award and was a finalist for the Nebula Award. Her fiction has been published in magazines including Asimov’s, Strange Horizons, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Lightspeed, Baltimore City Paper, and more, and in anthologies including Long HiddenFierce Family, and The Future Embodied. She co-hosts the Baltimore Science Fiction Society’s Dangerous Voices Variety Hour, a reading series/quiz show.

Matthew Zingg’s work can be found in Blackbird, Muzzle, Sink Review, The Madison Review, The Awl, HTML Giant, 32 Poems, The Rumpus, The Paris-American, and Everyday Genius among others. Originally from Tennessee, Zingg now lives in Baltimore, where he hosts the Federal Dust Reading Series.

 

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