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The First-Ever Baltimore Food Truck Week is Happening in November

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A platter on display from Kooper’s Chowhound. Photo via Baltimore Food Truck Week/Facebook.

As temperatures drop during the fall, food trucks naturally have a harder time bringing in customers off the street, says Baltimore-based hospitality consultant Willy Dely. But thanks to a weeklong event he’s organized for next month, Baltimore’s mobile restaurateurs will have seven days devoted to serving up their delicious fare.

Worthy Threads: Two Moms Launch New Baltimore Clothing Line

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After an unsuccessful search to find unique, comfortable clothes for their own children, Jessica Chappel Kremen and Lily Brown sought out their own fix. Together, they launched their kids apparel line, Worthy Threads, in May.

Coming Soon: ‘Made in Baltimore’ Decals for Local Producers, Retailers

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Baltimore’s homegrown producers and stores will soon have a new decal to showcase their local appeal.

Thursday’s Healthy Eating Challenge from Relay Foods and RPEMS – Healthy Fat Swap

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Thursday's Challenge: Make a Healthy Fat Swap!
Thursday’s Challenge: Make a Healthy Fat Swap!

Relay Foods and Roland Park Elementary Middle School have teamed up for the Healthy Eating Challenge. It’s Thursday, the 4th day of challenge! Today, we’re talking about fats and sugars. Together, we’ll learn about the difference between healthy fats and unhealthy fats. We’ll also learn how much sugar is in some of the drinks we have every day and talk about why we should think twice before gulping it down.

Relay Foods and Roland Park School Healthy Eating Challenge: Wednesday’s Challenge – Drink Water!

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Infused water with cucumber, fruit and herbs.

Relay Foods and Roland Park Elementary Middle School have teamed up for the Healthy Eating Challenge.  Wednesday’s Challenge:  Drink Water!

Starting Sunday, Clothes are Tax-Free in Maryland For a Week

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Shops at Kenilworth
 Via Greenberg Gibbons.com

catch of the day fish (2)According to the Maryland Comptroller, anyone who buys “qualifying apparel and footwear $100 or less, per item,” won’t have to pay state sales tax for a week.

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