The radical bookstore and cafe Red Emma’s is leaving its location on North Avenue for the old Ryleigh’s Oyster space on Cathedral Street, the collective announced today on social media.
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Tired of seeing your water bill rise dramatically? Concerned about the city’s practice of shutting off water service, or using tax sales to generate revenue at the expense of poor home owners? You’ll be in good company tonight.
Greenmount Coffee Lab, a new addition the Red Emma’s family of cooperative projects, is now operating inside Baltimore makerspace, Open Works (1400 Greenmount Ave.).
Offering a full coffee and tea bar, and a selection of vegan pastries and healthy snacks for a light lunch, the Coffee Lab is exclusively stocked with transparently-traded, cooperatively-roasted beans by Thread Coffee, whose new roasting facility is on-site at Open Works.
Urban Landscape: Ambitious Plans for Hutzler’s; Hampden Project One Step Closer to Approval; Red Emma’s Expands
Will Hutzler’s become Baltimore’s new hipster haven?
The first floor of the historic Hutzler Brothers Palace Building has been transformed into a temporary museum with Saturday’s opening of “The Ground,” a three-month exhibit of work by artist Michael Jones McKean. So many people came to the opening reception that the organizers ran out of wine glasses.
Red Emma’s organized as a worker’s cooperative to give all of their employees a voice and a share in their workplace. Last week, the Station North spot rolled out a new way to help people in need a chance to partake in their food and coffee offerings.