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How an Ethiopian-born entrepreneur is brewing Baltimore's coffee culture

White Marsh resident Samuel Demisse isn’t your average coffee connoisseur — the owner and founder of Keffa Coffee is a purist of sorts. He rises every morning around 7 a.m. to indulge in his own stash, freshly brewing three specialty coffees to start his day sans milk and sugar. Later that afternoon, he participates in a “cupping” ritual with his staff, a mix of duty and pleasure.

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Girl Scout cookies have arrived in the Baltimore area. Here's where to find them.

The most delicious season of the year, when taste buds get to revel in the glory of Thin Mints, Shortbreads, Peanut Butter Patties and other Girl Scout cookies, has finally arrived.

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M&S Grill at the Inner Harbor has closed

M&S Grill, a McCormick & Schmick restaurant located in the Inner Harbor, has closed.

Opened in October 2003 at Harborplace, the establishment’s lease expired on Sunday and the parent company Landry’s Inc. chose not to renew it, said Landry’s Inc. chief operating officer Howard Cole in an email.

“We are grateful for the support of the local community and loyal patrons,” Cole said.

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Lincoln Tech to launch culinary institute at Columbia campus this November

Lincoln Tech in Columbia, a vocational school that specializes in post-secondary education, will launch a culinary program in November and a baking and pastry program this spring.

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Maryland Food Truck Week starts Friday with a celebration in Port Covington

Maryland Food Truck Week, a foodie celebration and promotion of local trucks, will give residents and visitors a chance to try out mobile food offerings from around the state this month, according to a release.

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