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Weekly Farmer’s Market Returns to Druid Hill Park, Bringing Healthy Options for Nearby Neighborhoods

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Photo via Druid Hill Farmer’s Market/Facebook

Warm weather is back, and fresh fruits and veggies are again appearing at farmer’s market stands around the city. For Druid Hill Park, the weekly summertime tradition returns this Wednesday outside the Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens.

Open Works to Host New Farmer’s Market in Greenmount West this Summer

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Photo via Open Works

A weekly farmer’s market is coming to Greenmount West, offering new options to neighborhood residents for fresh produce, healthy meals and other goods.

Top Stories: Mount Vernon Hotel Getting a New Name and a New Roof, Middle River Mom’s Awful Video Goes Viral, Netflix to Run Docuseries on Mysterious Slaying of Sister Catherine Cesnik

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The most widely read story on Baltimore Fishbowl this week was Ed Gunts’ report about the rebranding of a prominent boutique hotel at the corner of Cathedral and Monument streets. Once known as Peabody Court, the Wyndham Baltimore and, most recently, the Mount Vernon Hotel, the owners now plan to reintroduce it as “Hotel Revival, a Joie de Vivre Hotel.”

In addition to a new name, the building at 612 Cathedral Street is also getting a replacement roof and a bar. Presently, it sports a curved glass top that has grown cloudy and translucent over the last few decades. The new one will still be made of glass, but will have straighter edges and room for a brand new rooftop drinking spot.

The Revival Hotel is set to reopen this fall. As for the name, the business’ website says it all: “Revival combines traditional roots with modern details, made from scratch cuisine with private karaoke rooms and classic cocktails with sweeping views of Baltimore.”

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Construction Pushes Fells Point Farmers’ Market to Temporarily Move to Harbor Point

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Photo via Beatty Development

The Fells Point Farmers’ Market, a rite of spring in East Baltimore, is usually held in Broadway Square, at the foot of Broadway.

Blacksauce Kitchen Now Open Thursdays in Remington

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Blacksauce Kitchen’s New Storefront in Remington. Photo by Local Color Flowers

Ask a group of Baltimoreans who has the best crabs in the city and there’ll likely be some disagreement, but ask about Biscuits, and there is no such room for debate. You’ll be directed under the highway to the downtown farmer’s market, and the Blacksauce Kitchen biscuit stand.

Baltimore Earns International Recognition for Fighting Food Deserts

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Courtesy Baltimore Food Policy Initiative/Twitter
Courtesy Baltimore Food Policy Initiative/Twitter

While many lack healthy food options in Baltimore, the city has been working for years to bring them to those areas with sparse offerings, known as food deserts. At a United Nations event in Rome today, an Italian charity foundation praised Baltimore for its work.

Celebrate Summer Daily This Weekend at the Village of Cross Keys

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The Village of Cross Keys (VCK) is celebrating summer with a series of free weekly events through the end of July. From fitness classes to Jazz performances to children’s entertainment, the iconic Baltimore shopping destination looks forward to continuing its history of providing free outdoor fun for every age and interest group this summer.

Summer is ON at The Village of Cross Keys! Sales, Concerts, Wednesday Workouts, Children’s Entertainment and More

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The Village of Cross Keys (VCK) is celebrating summer with a series of free weekly events kicking off the first week of June. From fitness classes to Jazz performances to children’s entertainment, the iconic Baltimore shopping destination looks forward to continuing its history of providing free outdoor fun for every age and interest group this summer.

Concerts, Farmers Market, Sidewalk Sale and More! Summer is ON

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The Village of Cross Keys (VCK) is celebrating summer with a series of free weekly events kicking off the first week of June. From fitness classes to Jazz performances to children’s entertainment, the iconic Baltimore shopping destination looks forward to continuing its history of providing free outdoor fun for every age and interest group this summer.

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