Modern Trousseau, a purveyor of couture bridal gowns, is opening a new retail store in Harbor East.
Hot Plate: Vent Coffee to Join Union Collective, Harvest Festival at R. House, Thanksgiving Classes at The Corner Pantry & Avenue Kitchen & Bar
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, most Baltimoreans’ minds and stomachs are turning to turkey and stuffing. But before the big day, there are still plenty of other things to sip and bite around town. Here’s a look at what’s happening in the Baltimore food scene this week:
Baltimore is full of talented artisans, with plenty of opportunities to buy locally made products. When it comes to shopping for gifts, however, sometimes even the best of us crumble under pressure.
We can all take a page out of Archer Senft’s book of life and learn so much from him. Archer’s fight for his life after a diving accident in 2015 is an inspiration to us all. He is a myriad of things to multitudes of people (many of whom he has never met): son, brother, friend, college student, artist, entrepreneur, music lover, intellectual, writer, disciple, hero, and survivor, just to name a few. Archer Senft graduated from Cathedral in 2013 and went on to McDonogh School.
Tulip Clothing began in 2011, when the brother and sister team of Richard Anderson and Debbie Seabold saw a need for more quality, cotton apparel in the market, and opened shop in a home basement in Silver Spring. The line, which features generously sized clothing for a chic, comfortable and conscious lifestyle, was an instant hit.
November is a big month for food in Baltimore – when the month closes with a holiday like Thanksgiving, how couldn’t it be? This week, Baltimore’s restaurants have a lot to offer, including tons of great news about the launch of new spots and a handful of charity-related events that sound delicious.
Here’s a look at what’s happening around town this week: