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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 →
Hot House: 3711 Clipper Road, Baltimore, 21211
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 →
List Price: $399,900
3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms
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 →
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 →
Jill 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.
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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