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Developers find new uses for sacred spaces

Baltimore is dotted with beautiful, old churches. But not all are used to hold Sunday service. Many have been renovated on behalf of nonprofits and businesses that now use them to hold meetings and events.

Charm City culinary stars shine at legendary James Beard House

The James Beard Foundation bestows awards that are known as the Oscars of the culinary world. Our writer takes you behind the scenes of a dinner at the foundation's New York City headquarters where she savored a memorable meal prepared by three Baltimore chefs.

BmoreMedia is on break for Memorial Day

BmoreMedia is taking off for Memorial Day. We will publish our next issue June 4.

Investing in the environment pays off for Woodberry firm

Ecosystem Investment Partners raises money to restore and protect rural streams and wetlands. Developers and city agencies then buy credits from the company to fulfill federal environmental regulations. Learn more about this Baltimore company that is banking on the environment.

Q&A: Spike Gjerde dishes on the local food supply chain

Spike Gjerde, owner of Woodberry Kitchen and Artifact Coffee, is cooking up plans for several new ventures that will help him supply the local food that he needs for his businesses. He chats with BmoreMedia about the Baltimore Food Hub and his new butcher shop in Remington.

Video shines the spotlight on Hampden store Sixteen Tons

Daniel Wylie, owner of men's clothier Sixteen Tons, talks about the challenges of running a small business in this video by Shine Creative.  

Restaurants rise from the rubble in historic buildings

Local developers are turning historic Baltimore properties into unique restaurant spaces. We take a look at some projects that have recently been converted or are underway. 

Sweet smell of success: Entrepreneurs land deals at Wegmans and Whole Foods for soap business

We check in on Kasey and Kelly Evick, who own Baltimore soap and bath products company Biggs & Featherbelle. They moved their business into larger digs this month and are now making money after landing deals with Whole Foods, Wegmans and other stores. 

Roll through the food truck scene at The Gathering

Spend a day at food truck festival The Gathering with our writer. Gypsy Queen's famous Crab Cone, chicken croquettes at Darua Food Truck and GrrChe's bacon, cheddar and tomato sandwich are on the menu. 

Go behind the scenes of an underground house concert

Indie musicians are turning to concerts held in someone's home to promote their music and connect with fans. It's another manifestation of the DIY trend and a throwback to a time when people gathered around to tell stories and play music. 

Step OUT to wine and dine at Uncorked

Head to Roland Park to check out this year's Uncorked, the annual fundraiser hosted by the Baltimore chapter of the National Association of Catering Executives. The event takes place March 18. 

Keen on zines: Baltimore artists launch new journals for niche markets

What do Baltimore street artist Gaia, Johns Hopkins University writing student Peter Cardamone and bike messenger Carrie Bird all have in common? They have all created new online and print "zines" that cater to select audiences. 

Step OUT for Baltimore Restaurant Week

Chefs from nearly 100 Baltimore venues prepare fixed-price, two-course and three-course meals for Baltimore Restaurant Week. The event starts Jan. 25 and wraps up Feb. 3. 
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