Remington

Event Pick: Swing by the Vintage & Handmade Market at R. House

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R. House, Lyft’s most frequented local restaurant destination in 2017. Photo via Johns Hopkins University.

R. House’s food hall setup is all about choice, and that is doubly true today when the Vintage & Handmade Market sets up shop. More than a dozen vendors and makers will be selling their wares, a group that includes the jewelry company Falling Branch Studio, the printmaker Beertanicals, vintage fashion purveyor Hemlock Vintage and the mixed-media artist Vanaadon Creations, just to name a few.

The bar at Parts & Labor will remain open the next two months

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The bar at Parts & Labor. Photo by Julie Hove Andersen.

People were saddened to learn earlier this week that Parts & Labor, the Remington butchery and restaurant run by Spike Gjerde and Corey Polyoka, would be closing after dinner service on Aug. 5.

Well folks, the bar, at least, is going to stay open a little while longer, offering “beers & spirits aplenty,” a rep for Gjerde says. And there will be food, too.

Parts & Labor in Remington to shut down this week

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Photo via Facebook

After more than four esteemed years in its space on N. Howard Street in Remington, butchery, bar and restaurant Parts & Labor plans to close up shop this week.

Event Pick: An evening of dancing to acoustic Lauryn Hill covers

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Image via Facebook

You’d be right to get excited about this week’s announcement that R&B great Lauryn Hill is finally going on tour again to celebrate 20 years for “The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill”–and with a star-studded lineup of openers at that. Sadly, she’s skipping right over Baltimore this summer, but it’s still news that her fans can celebrate.

Event Pick: R. House hosts a benefit for Charles Village Pub

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We told you recently about a local brewery, Peabody Heights, hosting a fundraiser for the staff of Charles Village Pub after the beloved bar had to close following a grease fire. Now another brewer, Union Craft, and the food hall R. House are stepping up to do the same tonight.

Event Pick: Enjoy music, food and more at RemFest in Remington

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Flyer via Remfest.org.

It’s neighborhood festival season, and Remington is the newest entrant, marking the 100th anniversary of the rowhomes on 27th Street. These festivals always provide a great opportunity to enjoy all the best things a neighborhood has to offer and then some, and RemFest is no exception.

Baltimore Whiskey Company announces farewell party for Remington distillery

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Rows of freshly labeled bottles of Epoch Rye. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

Baltimore Whiskey Company is just one of the tenants lined up for Union Collective, due to open later this spring, in Medfield.

On April 28, it will bid farewell to its Sisson Street home with a party, the distillery announced today. There will be food, drinks and, most importantly, bottles of the second batch of Epoch Rye.

Hopkins tries—likely in vain—to sway Remington residents on private policing plan

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Hopkins officials (at center) speak with members of the Greater Remington Improvement Association. Photo by Ethan McLeod.

Standing before about two dozen people and a handful of Johns Hopkins University officials on Tuesday night, Phong Le said he didn’t get to chat with his Remington neighbors before learning of the institution’s plan to create its own private police force.

That’s because two bills to do just that were introduced in the General Assembly on March 5 with little public discussion.

Taste testing Baltimore Whiskey Company’s Epoch Rye, the first rye distilled in the city in more than 50 years

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Tasting Baltimore Whiskey Company’s Epoch Rye. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

On a recent Wednesday, a couple dozen bottles of Epoch Rye are all lined up, freshly labeled, in the Baltimore Whiskey Company’s distillery, waiting to go out into the world. Three employees stand nearby labeling more.

Remington is celebrating its 100-year history with ‘RemFest’ in May

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Flyer via Remfest.org.

The Greater Remington Improvement Association is throwing a festival this spring to celebrate the North Baltimore neighborhood’s 100-year history and recent resurgence.

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