Rod Womack has worn many hats. Restaurant owner, author, Director of Food and Nutrition for the Baltimore City Schools. But one of his favorite jobs – and the one he’s concentrating on these days – is in real estate development and entrepreneurship.
Liza Jarrett, the owner of the women’s clothing boutique Liza Byrd, moves her popular shop from Stevenson Village to the Shops at Kenilworth this Saturday, October 1.
Earlier this year, Ingraham called on her prior experience and her natural organizational abilities to start Home Perspective, a business focusing on professional organizing, home staging and moving assistance.
For years, Sunnyfields on Falls Road has been a go-to spot for elegant and classic gifts and home accessories. Over the past couple years, the company has undergone a significant transition, with new ownership, a renovated building and a brand new focus.
When you’re in your garage, do you ever look down and cringe at the cold, dirty, ugly floor beneath your feet? Lauren McQuaid, of Baltimore’s Granite Garage Floors, wants to make that downward gaze a less painful experience.
Granite Garage Floors outfits garage floors with high quality epoxy coating systems that make ordinary garage flooring look – and last – like granite. The floors are easy to clean, durable, and look great, making them both popular and smart.
There’s no question about it: bicycling is good for your health and it can be a whole lot of fun. But historically, it has not been the sport with the best-looking outfits.
In the two years since it opened, Sprezzatura in Stevenson Village has earned a reputation among Baltimore’s best gift-givers as a place to find sophisticated and well-designed items – to give as gifts or keep for themselves.