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Local Flavor Live Podcast: Supporting The Dining Scene While Staying Healthy

We discuss how to invest in your favorite local restaurants amid coronavirus closures.

By Lauren Cohen | March 17, 2020, 1:38 pm

Food & Drink

Local Flavor Live Podcast: Supporting The Dining Scene While Staying Healthy

We discuss how to invest in your favorite local restaurants amid coronavirus closures.

By Lauren Cohen | March 17, 2020, 1:38 pm

Before Governor Hogan shut down all bars and restaurants, with the exception of takeout and delivery services, associate editor Kaitlyn Pacheco joined us in studio to discuss how to support the small business community in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Plus, Hampden spots plan to expand to Howard County, and our best bites of the week.

Hosts: Lauren Cohen and Jane Marion
Producers: Evan Greenberg and Jon Timian
Music: William Lederer
Podcast Art: Emily Odend’hal




Meet The Author
Lauren Cohen is a digital associate editor for Baltimore, where she blogs about food, events, lifestyle, and community news.

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