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The Ivy Bookshop moving from Baltimore County to larger space in city, but it’s only two blocks south
The Ivy Bookshop, which has been a haven for serious readers since 2001, will leave its location at 6080 Falls Road, and move two blocks south to the site of the former Divine Life Church.
August 12, 2019 | The Baltimore Sun
Digital recognition & transportation platforms drive increased demand for local produce in the Baltimore – Washington DC metro area benefitting farms across the region.
August 12, 2019 | The Packer
A Baltimore shop put Trump’s tweets on a best-selling mug. Some of the profits will go to help the city.
A Baltimore engraving store pasted Trump’s tweets on a mug – as an inside joke. A week later, it became a best-seller. Now, they’re using some of profits to invest in the future of Baltimore – the youth.
August 11, 2019 | The Washington Post
President Trump has been mouthing off lately about Baltimore, and – surprise! surprise! – he ignored all the things that make this one of America’s great cities.
August 9, 2019 | The Daily Beast
I’ve been affiliated with Baltimore over the past 40 years. Just a great place to live, play, work and engage with wonderful people. The restaurants, the special neighborhoods, social events and sense of community make this one of the top cities along the Eastern Seaboard.
— David Wolotsky
Love the small town sense of community, mixed with “big city” restaurants, world-class cultural institutions, incredible universities and hospitals, great sports teams, etc.
— Judy Phares
I was born and raised in Baltimore and just returned after many years in Philadelphia. There is no place like home and no place like Baltimore. I am disturbed and saddened by the bad press this great city receives and I want to help show the world the real Baltimore in all its quirky and unique charm.
— Freddi Flax
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