Old Westminster Winery Introduces First Canned Wine in Mid-Atlantic — Baltimore magazine
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With one week of summer left (unofficially, anyway) and unexpectedly gorgeous weather on the horizon, it’s a great time to avoid the kitchen and go out to eat. Here’s a look at how you can do that this week:
After a decade in Hunt Valley, the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will return to Baltimore to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
Historic Thomas Building changes hands, a hotel for McHenry Row, community meeting on Madison Park North; New apartments for Canton and Station North
The Thomas Building, a survivor from the early 1900s in downtown Baltimore, has changed hands.
One of the city’s latest arrivals from the midwest will be feted at McHenry Row to open up this summer weekend.
McHenry Row in Locust Point will be the site of Diamondback Brewing Company’s new 6,800 sq. ft. brewery and tap room.
In April 2011, Harris Teeter shared plans to open a seventh store in Maryland. The company announced yesterday its 61,000 square foot, two-story location will open Dec. 7, 2011 at 8 a.m. To celebrate the completion of its first Baltimore location, Harris Teeter is also hosting a private event called Taste of Teeter today, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011, to introduce community members to the H.T. Difference
Located in an urban mixed-use environment, Harris Teeter’s first Baltimore store reflects the lifestyle and desires of its customers. The company is placing a strong emphasis on fresh foods, items-to-go and perishable items. Architecturally, the store design offers more glass and skylights; an atrium, stainless steel fixtures; and a four level parking garage.
Harris Teeter is also applying for LEED certification for this location. The company is committed to sustainable, energy efficient designs, and the store features recycling centers in the lobby and boasts additional energy and environmental design components including freezer cases designed with LED lighting and water-saving devices. Additional green features include electric vehicle charging stations and an integrated refrigeration and HVAC system that utilizes high efficient condensing and high efficient water source heat pump technology.