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Three growing companies to watch

BmoreMedia takes a look at three Baltimore area startups that promise to revolutionize how we plan meals, meet people who share common interests and present academic information. 

Startup snapshot: Canton couple squeezes a business plan out of baby food

Jordan and Alexis Takas founded EZ Squeezees after noticing the waste created from one-time-use pureed food packets for babies and toddlers. The couple created expandable, refillable pouches that are now sold at Whole Foods and on the company's website.

BmoreMedia is on break for Memorial Day

BmoreMedia is taking off for Memorial Day. We will publish our next issue June 4.

Column: Once-stalled retail projects slowly move forward

Many of the city's retail projects that stalled during the recession are now moving forward, says Morris Ritchie & Associates Architect Gary Getz. New shops have opened at Harbor East and Locust Point, while others are on the way in Canton and Remington. 

Step OUT for Baltimore Restaurant Week

Chefs from nearly 100 Baltimore venues prepare fixed-price, two-course and three-course meals for Baltimore Restaurant Week. The event starts Jan. 25 and wraps up Feb. 3. 

New Restaurants Embrace Pizza, Beer and Greek Food

We take a look at some of the new restaurants that opened, or reopened, in Baltimore last year and some of the dining trends that emerged. 

In Good Company: Coworking Spots Cater to Solo Workers

Tired of hearing their dog bark and seeing dirty dishes in the sink, some independent workers are fleeing the distractions of home for shared office space. 

A Desk of One's Own: A Guide to Coworking in Greater Baltimore

Thinking of chucking the home office for a collaborative space? Here's a list of some coworking spots, including what you can expect to pay and the amenities they provide. Where can you find a foosball table?

Slideshow: An Instagram Journey Through Baltimore

We've assembled a slideshow of Baltimore neighborhoods taken with the iPhone app Instagram. BmoreMedia's photographer has also taken an Instagram pic in Patterson Park — and the same photo with his Nikon D700. Can you tell which is which? 

Step OUT: For a Race for the Bay

See dozens of sailboats parade around the harbor before they take off for Portsmouth, Va. Boats arrive in Baltimore Oct. 7 for the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race.

Slideshow: Step Aboard the Indonesian Tall Ship KRI Dewaruci

Climb onto the KRI Dewaruci, one of the nearly two-dozen tall ships that graced Baltimore during Sailabration. Bmore Media Managing Photographer Steve Ruark joined the crew June 13 as they greeted an excited crowd at the Inner Harbor.

What's Missing in Baltimore?

A hardware store in Mount Vernon. A bakery for Locust Point. More restaurants in Mt. Washington. If Baltimore residents waved their magic wand, these would be on their wish list. 

Tech Council's Jason Hardebeck Says Baltimore Needs to Fail

Baltimore's main networking group for the tech community shook things up last year when it appointed a new executive director, Jason Hardebeck. Now, he talks to Bmore Media about his plans to make the group relevant at a time when innovators are making connections on their own through social media. His ideas include giving members more of a say in where their money goes and providing mentoring opportunities for budding entrepreneurs. And he wants Baltimore to learn how to fail.
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