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Lyfe Café serves up a healthy menu

More and more restaurants are incorporating healthy alternatives to their menu, and Lyfe Café, an eatery in The Shops at Kenilworth, is serving that trend. The wholesome spot from local owner Penny Seabolt features an all-day menu with ingredients designed to promote physical and mental well-being. Think protein pancakes, clean …

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True to Form

In the culinary moment where farm-to-table is a given, True Chesapeake Oyster Co. is the first Maryland oyster farm to open a restaurant featuring oysters raised on its farm in Southern Maryland’s St. Jerome Creek. The 150-seat restaurant is now open in the renovated Whitehall Mill in Clipper Mill. Its …

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Weekend Plans, What to Do Jan. 23-26

From cocktail tours to comic book workshops, lots of fun is on the calendar. Here is Baltimore Style’s lineup of great weekend plans around the area. Thursday  Tip-Tapping Maple Trees 3 – 4 p.m. | Using drills, spiles and metal buckets, children ages 5 and up will learn the old-fashioned …

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Weekend Plans, What to Do Jan. 16-19

From nineties dance parties to crafting your own cocktails, lots of weekend fun is on the calendar. Here is Baltimore Style’s lineup of great events around the area between Thursday and Sunday. Rising Seas and Boozy Teas Have questions about climate change? Ask Dr. Bert Drake of the Smithsonian Environmental …

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Brewed by Women: Pink Boots Society

Brewed by Women—Pink Boots Society As local breweries have taken off across the country, so too have the stereotypes about the people behind the beverage. For one, many assume that beer makers are men. Hollie Stephenson, head brewer at Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Halethorpe, has seen how this plays …

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Western High School celebrates 175th anniversary

Dove Love Baltimore’s Western High School hit a milestone that no other school in the country has. It celebrated its 175th anniversary and became the oldest all-girls public school in the nation. To commemorate the special occasion, dozens of alumni, friends and politicians converged on the campus to take a …

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Fired Up

Char’d City, a restaurant dishing out a mix of Southern Italian and North African fare, is officially open in Hamilton. Located at 5402 Harford Road, in the old Clementine space, Chard is co-owned by husband and wife Sindee Gibson and Yassine Rmadhnia. Rmadhnia says he’s hoping to bring some of …

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5 Questions with Will Holman

Will Holman is a Baltimore booster, nonprofit leader, forward thinker and relatively new dad (he and his wife, Amanda, have an 18-month-old daughter). We asked him about building a community of creatives in a city known for its artful spirit. Q: Tell us about Open Works. A: We work a …

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Food for Thought

Before Baltimore fell in love with blue crabs, its food of choice was something very different: bananas. In Baltimore’s early days, residents consumed so much of the fruit — which arrived in droves at Fells Point’s ports — that the city once held the title as the country’s largest banana …

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Weekend Plans, Jan.9-12

It’s is officially the start of a new year, and much weekend fun is on the calendar. Here is Baltimore Style’s lineup of great events around the area between Thursday and Sunday. Thursday 9 Jazz in the Stacks Enjoy a live jazz ensemble in the library, led by Carl Grubbs …

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Friends and Family

Sticky Rice, a Fells Point mainstay, known for its mix of sushi and vast vegan options, will close Tuesday, Jan. 21 and reopen this March under a new concept, “Friends and Family,”  its owners announced today.  “As we settled into our tenth year of business, we have determined it is time …

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Some Like It Hot

Some Like it Hot With the unpredictable Maryland weather finally deciding to be cold, we’re scrambling for our seasonal drink fix. We’ve had the peppermint mochas and the pumpkin spice lattes, but sometimes we’re not in the mood for decadent coffee drinks. This is what we want. (Photo: Getty) Sometimes, …

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Weekend Plans, Jan. 2-5

It’s is officially the start of a new year, and much weekend fun is on the calendar. Here is Baltimore Style’s lineup of great events around the area between Thursday and Sunday. Thursday  Breastfeeding Support Group Led by a certified lactation specialist, this weekly support group will help you connect …

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