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See what’s happening in this Southwest Baltimore neighborhood.
 Rendering of the Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House set to open in 2018.Diageo
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Green Acres
How will the new Guinness Brewery affect the tiny town of Relay?
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Green Acres

How will the new Guinness Brewery affect the tiny town of Relay?
 Eric Fooy, left, and Brendan Dorr to open new gin bar in Old Goucher.Brian O'Doherty
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Brendan Dorr and Eric Fooy to Open Gin Bar in Old Goucher
Dutch Courage to open next spring in a historic 1850s house.
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Brendan Dorr and Eric Fooy to Open Gin Bar in Old Goucher

Dutch Courage to open next spring in a historic 1850s house.

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Baltimore Beat Staff Says It Will Not Be City Paper 2.0

The city’s alt-weekly paper set to launch on November 15.

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Gift That Keeps on Giving

For the Greater Goods brings monthly market to Remington.

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Baltimore Becomes Multi-Bid City For Amazon’s Second Headquarters

Port Covington and Old Goucher sites among the 238 North American bids.

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