News from Nicole:
Friday, October 30, 2009
News from Nicole:
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Monday, October 26, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Tuesday nights @ The PARKSIDE (4709 Harford Rd. at Cold Spring)
FREE live music
**** Amazing happy hour prices on fantastic beers ******
Pitchers and pizza specials
Every Tuesday Night!!! 8PM
Join The Baltimore String Felons, Drew Harris, Pete Yorko, Atom Fisher, Macgregor Burns, The Bow Legged Gorilla, Sandy Dobson, Moni Vex and many more performers!
8PM start time until close.
Special headliner Tuesday Nov. 10 - Pearl and The Beard!!! Its going to be awesome! (plus all your favorite regulars!)
FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE !!
"Four at Four" presents
Kathryn Master and Laurel Ewel - flutes
Aneta Orteba - violon cello
Reynaldo Reyes - piano
CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT
Sunday, October 25th
Hamilton Presbyterian Church
5532 Harford Road, Baltimore MD 21214
Free to the Public
(donations accepted at the door)
Beethoven's Trio in Bb Major,
Carl Maria von Weber's Trio in g minor
Mendelssohn, Doppler, Taffanel & others
Reception following the concert - all are welcome!
Nikki from Mallow Munchies is featured in the City Paper, her first local press coverage. Nikki's Munchies have been a favorite at the Hamilton-Lauraville Tuesday Market, coming to a season end next Tuesday, October 27th. Packed with healthy ingredients, Mallow Munchies are a treat you can eat without tremendous guilt. If you didn't get to try them at the Tuesday Market, Nikki's Munchies can be found at Zeke's Coffee and Grind-On Cafe.
The City Paper's Erin Sullivan writes:
We've been seeing these big, blocky crispy-rice marshmallow things popping up all over the place lately--coffeehouses, farmer's markets, even at Graul's in Lutherville. And the only thing that has kept us from picking one up sooner is the sheer size--smaller than a breadbox sure, but about as large as a small loaf of zucchini bread. Now, we love us some Rice Crispy treats when they're homemade, but those brand-name ones in the shiny foil packets have that super-preserved chemically flavor that makes them kinda, well, suck. So we have been eager to try to Mallow Munchies, baked right here in Baltimore and made without any artificial flavors, chemicals, colors, or preservatives. Even the marshmallows are made from scratch. We picked one up recently at Grind On Café--we selected the Belgian chocolate dipped version, by the way ($5). It was certainly a far better choice than the brand-name option, but just like with any all-natural version of a chemically enriched original, we missed some of the bad-for-you-ness--we wanted more butter, more salt, maybe a bit more of that gooey, stickiness that we associate with melting marshmallows. But that's not to say we don't appreciate and enjoy the more grownup Mallow Munchie--we do. And we did. As in, ate almost the whole thing in one sitting. Yikes.
Chewy. Gooey. Crunchy. Munchie.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
A note from a Hamilton Neighbor Jen:
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Did you hear this morning's Radio Kitchen on WYBR 88.1 fm?
Monday, October 12, 2009
Friday, October 9, 2009
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Regina Lansinger, Director
Hamilton Lauraville Main Street
5500 Harford Road - Suite 201
Baltimore, MD 21214
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
In other Parksdie related news, menu changes are happening this week, we have lots of events this month for adults and children alike, we're working on some combo specials as we are offering pitchers of beer now and we will be showing all Ravens games as we just erected our antenna yesterday, Woot!
As usual, I will send out an events update as soon as I have everything in order. Thanks to everyone for their continued support.
Colleen & Chris
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Monday, October 5, 2009
Please come out on Saturday, October 17th, from 2:00 for the Harvest Ball presented by the Baltimore Urban Agriculture Task Force. (Poster design by Mike Clark.) Activities will include: music and contra dancing, food, storytelling, apple bobbing, scarecrow making, garden talking, info getting, picture taking and history making.