Bike Share Program Offers Opportunity for Homeless Veterans

The Baltimore Bike Share program, new as of last month, is further cementing itself into Baltimore’s good graces. The program is run by veteran-owned Corps Logistics and now employs several veterans full-time to service the different bike stations throughout the city. The program itself is a pay-by-the-hour bike rental program that sports both electric and standard bicycles for use around the Baltimore city proper.


Read more about the program here on the Baltimore Sun.

MOM’s; Coming to the City

After much anticipation, it has finally been announced that the new MOM’s Organic Market in Hampden will have a grand opening this Friday! The small chain is an organic and locally sourced grocery focusing on sustainability. Not only will the event include music, handcrafted wares, and meet & greets, MOM’s will donate 5% of Grand Opening sales to Living Classrooms Foundation, a Baltimore area foundation that strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources as “Living Classrooms.”




Read about the event here on the MOM’s website.

Waverly Brewing Company- The Newest Baltimore Local

Whether you’re a fan of craft beer, local business, or both- the booming beer industry is ticking all of the boxes. Waverly Brewing Company, the newest edition to the Baltimore craft beer family, is slated to open its doors in one of the city’s favorite quirky hubs- Hampden-Woodberry. The tap room will boast a Baltimore-centric, artistic motif with plans to feature rotating local artists.



Read more in the Baltimore Magazine Article Here.