Chase Street Accessories & Engraving offers employee recognition/awards, promotional items, office accessories, personalized gifts, and Baltimore City souvenirs. We create tangible evidence of your esteem for the people in your life. Our engraving and customization services combine state-of-the-art technology with inspiration from our historic neighborhood of Mount Vernon in Baltimore, Maryland. Whether you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for a loved one or need full support for a corporate event, we’ll help you find a way to honor friends and colleagues the way they deserve — with a lasting memory.
Our mission is to provide exceptional service through Integrity, Accountability, Diligence, Perseverance and Discipline and to build on our rich family legacy. We strive to deliver individualized solutions to our client’s communications needs and add value to their businesses. The staff is focused on providing great service and forming lasting relationships with our clients. We will be judged not only by our words but our actions as we serve our community through TIME.
Watkins is Editor at Large for Salon. His work has been published in the New York Times, New York Times Magazine, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, and other publications. He holds a Master’s in Education from Johns Hopkins University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Baltimore.
He is a college lecturer at the University of Baltimore and founder of the BMORE Writers Project, and has also been the recipient of numerous awards including the BMe Genius Grant, and the Ford’s Men of Courage. Watkins was also a finalist for the Hurston Wright Legacy Award and Books for A Better Life. He has lectured at countless universities, and events, around the world. Watkins has been featured as a guest and commentator on NBC’s Meet the Press, CNN’s The Erin Burnett Show, Democracy Now and NPR’s Monday Morning, among other shows.
Watkins is from and lives in Baltimore. He is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Beast Side: Living (and Dying) While Black in America and The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir and We Speak for Ourselves: A Word from Forgotten Black America.
It is our mission to provide unique products freshly baked here in our community on our historic Pennsylvania Ave. It is also our mission to support the efforts of the efforts of “The Royal Theater & Community Heritage Corporation” to pass the history and legacy of this great community that contributed so much to both our city and our country. Our lobby is dedicated to the history of our community and we sincerely thank all who are continuing to help strengthen our neighborhoods. 1808 Pennsylvania Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217
Your community-owned source for beer, wine, and liquor at the lowest price. 1300 Laurens St, Baltimore, MD 21217
“Supporting knowledge of self from pre-K to PhD and beyond.” Books, CDs, Lectures, Health food products, Spiritual products, Clothing & Jewelry, Art, Fragrances and MUCH MORE…
We are a community volunteer run, weekly fresh affordable produce market featuring locally grown and organic fruit, vegetable, and herb varieties. 1700 Pennsylvania Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217
Noona’s is a New American pizza restaurant & bar in the Midtown-Bolton Hill neighborhoods in Baltimore. We offer an Italian-inspired menu of small plates and hand-made pastas with an emphasis on our sourdough-crust pies. Grab one of our 14 seats at the bar, and enjoy a cocktail developed by our team of craft bartenders or sip on our house Prosecco on tap. Noona is the Korean word for older sister. Owner Phil Han pays tribute to his original pizza buddy — his older sister Christina. We’re so excited to be open. Come by for a drink, or a pizza, or just to say hello! 1203 W Mount Royal Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217
About our Name: Baltimoreans are proud. Our obstinate nature and determination is evident in our demeanor, and the city we call home. The architecture that ties our neighborhoods together is a reminder of our past and our aspirations for the future. Though not without their blemishes, Rowhouses have become a symbol of our ever-changing history, and enduring unity. Visit the Tilted Row, a fine fare restaurant & gastropub featuring quality ingredients, classic favorites, local characters and friendly faces. 305 McMechen St. Baltimore, MD 21217
Hand Crafted By Humans! We launched Charm City Chocolate to create gourmet chocolates in small batches from family recipes. Owners Todd and Michelle are committed to sweet perfection and carefully curate only the most delightful chocolates to accent our handmade selection. We use the finest local ingredients and source our chocolate from sustainable growers around the world who treat their lands and people with respect.
Cuples Tea House is a small minority/woman owned business out of Baltimore, Maryland offering An Urban Tea Experience that features premium loose teas, tea accessories, good music, good people, vibes, art and culture in a socially connected atmosphere. We are on a mission to inspire healthier communities by connecting people to premium loose leaf tea the is both great tasting and healthy.
MiJo-B is centered around healing with art. Our creative projects are inspired by you and are designed to bring out the artist inside you. Each MiJo-B experience is as powerful and unique as you are.
It all began with the original vanilla caramel derived from Jane Drake Cummings’ four-generation-old family recipe. Jane, who has been married to my father for over 35 years, is a two-time cancer survivor. In recognition of her fight and determination, as well as that of my sister — a three-time cancer survivor — we have embraced the mission to end cancer. So, for every single little caramel we sell, we give a little back. That’s a big motivator in crafting each one of our ridiculously good caramels. The more people love them and buy them, the more we can grow and give.
Ms. Cook Therapy LLC. Truly believes cooking is a form of therapy. Cooking is all about flavors, textures, taste and trying new things. I sell delicious buttery homemade brittles, Grilled Lemonade, and much more. I host a cooking show every Tuesday on Facebook Live 7:00pm EST. In addition, I provide online cooking lessons and team building cooking events. I encourage everyone to take time for their own Cook Therapy!
No Land Beyond is Baltimore’s first board game bar! Located in the heart of Old Goucher, No Land Beyond boasts two floors devoted entirely to tabletop gaming, including a rentable game library of over 350 games, a full bar, and a game shop! Visit us today!
Off The Rox is a black owned wine & beer boutique, conveniently located in Baltimore’s Highlandtown neighborhood. They offer a large selection of craft beer and small production, low-intervention wines all handpicked and carefully selected for customers. Grab a beer on tap, fill a growler, shop the shelves or download their app for curbside pickup or delivery!
Spirits of Mt. Vernon is a neighborhood wine shop where you can find everything for your daily & special occasion needs. We have a fine selection of wine, beer, and liquor from all over the US, Europe and the New World as well as a premium selection of Organic and Kosher wines. Proprietress and wine enthusiast Victoria Schassler is also a board member and a regular donor to the local Cancer Society.
WeSolar’s mission is to bring under-resourced communities affordable access to local community solar and to assist commercial properties with energy efficiency. WeSolar launched in Baltimore and will expand to other cities in the future. Through WeSolar, electricity consumers can purchase shared solar from a local project without having to install any equipment in their homes. In turn, residents save hundreds on their electricity bills. In Maryland, lawmakers passed legislation that states 50 percent of its electricity must come from renewable energy sources by 2030. The CEO, Kristal Hansley, and her team are disrupters who advocate that communities of color and low-income communities be included in this shift and have a healthy environment in the future.