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  • Breathe Bookstore Cafe brings healthy, vegetarian food to Hampden

    Breathe Bookstore Cafe brings healthy, vegetarian food to Hampden
    Baltimore needs more bookstore cafes, and Breathe Bookstore Cafe in Hampden is a good start. The cafe opened last June, giving Baltimoreans even more reason to visit the much-loved bookshop. Owner Susan Weis-Bohlen, a cooking teacher and expert in...
  • Beware smoothies, embrace veggies

    Beware smoothies, embrace veggies
    It was excellent that readers could see that experts say smoothies and fruit drinks could sabotage their healthy diets ("Debate swirls over juicing," Sept. 5). Doctors have known this for years. I've told hundreds of patients that I have a pound of...
  • Found: Likable food at Lost City Diner

    Found: Likable food at Lost City Diner
    The 1700 block of North Charles Street, home to such institutions as the Club Charles and Charles Theater, is a logical home for a place like Lost City Diner. Its quirky atmosphere, friendly service and likable (if sometimes average) food are likely to...
  • Vegans and vegetarians live longer

    Vegans and vegetarians live longer
    Time magazine reports that vegetarians live longer than their meat-chomping friends. Meanwhile, a six-year study of 70,000 Seventh-Day Adventists, published in the current issue of the American Medical Association's Journal of Internal Medicine, found...
  • No such thing as humane animal slaughter

    No such thing as humane animal slaughter
    In response to the letter regarding animal cruelty ("Eat more plants," June 4), I would like to clarify one important thing: There is no such thing as humanely produced animal products or humane slaughter. It is a misnomer by animal producers to relieve...
  • A new look for soul food in Parkville

    A new look for soul food in Parkville
    Herb & Soul began last September as a catering and carryout operation in the back part of a Parkville convenience store. The offerings included interesting Southern cuisine and soul food but also typical carryout items like cheese steaks and wings....
  • Vegan cafe opening in Fells Point

    Vegan cafe opening in Fells Point
    Dirty Carrots, whose all-vegan salted caramel cupcakes and whoopie pies, have become a popular presence at farmers' markets, is opening a full-time bakery cafe in Fells Point. Dirty Carrots joins three other Baltimore Farmers' Market vendors who have...
  • Clarksville: Relay for Life set for June 8

    Come on out for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life of Western Howard County at Western Regional Park June 8. Opening ceremonies begin at 6:30 p.m. Plan to stay at least through the impressive lighting of the luminaria honoring those who have...
  • Baltimore Diner: Langermann's adds Light Street location

    Baltimore Diner: Langermann's adds Light Street location
    Call it Langermann's Junior. The same team behind Langermann's in Canton — chef Neal Langermann and partners David McGill and Mark Lasker — have opened a new restaurant, just south of Federal Hill, in South Baltimore. The location, 1542...
  • Pregnant pigs treated humanely

    The vegan proselytizers at Mercy for Animals, PETA, and the Humane Society of the United States have propaganda campaigns claiming that housing pregnant pigs in individual maternity pens is inhumane, but their shrill screeds aren't backed up by...
  • Eco-conscious stores in Clarksville ride wave of increased awareness

    Eco-conscious stores in Clarksville ride wave of increased awareness
    After sharing a serving of chocolate lava cake, Jeff Kaufman asked his lunch partners what they thought of the dessert, which had been prepared at his Clarksville restaurant, Great Sage, with no dairy or eggs. But he already knew the answer. The...
  • Obesity epidemic's cure: Less meat, more veggies

    The number of Americans considered obese is expected to rise from the current 34 percent to 42 percent by the year 2030, according to a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine and discussed at Monday's "Weight of the Nation"...