Most Read Articles in November (SoBo Cliff Notes!)

| December 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

November set a new traffic high for – thanks for all the support! Let’s take a look at the most popular articles from the last month.

FULL TILT BREWING Announces its Berger Cookie Chocolate Stout, 11/6

Craft brewing is a surging industry throughout the country and Baltimore is no exception as several new breweries have launched and others are in the works. FULL TILT BREWING, which launched in late 2012, has captured the Baltimore charm with their first three beers – Baltimore Pale Ale, Fleet Street Raspberry Wheat and Patterson Pumpkin. Their recently-released and newest beer, Berger Cookie Chocolate Stout, garnered major excitement around town as they partnered with DeBaufre Bakeries, the founder of the famous fudge cookie. Read more about their new beer and make sure to try one!

247295_179708878752566_100001403642691_521689_4475710_nAs Baltimore Plans a Rash Field Redevelopment, Baltimore Beach Volleyball Prepares for Its Future, 11/13

As Baltimore launched a new master plan for the Inner Harbor, knew we had to check in with Todd Webster of Baltimore Beach Volleyball to see where they fit in. Webster is not sure of the future of Baltimore Beach at the Inner Harbor’s Rash Field, but has been offered an 8-court setup, with the potential for concessions, at Swann Park.

We’ll keep you posted as more develops.

Lyft: Game Changer for Baltimore City Living, 11/6

We were immediately impressed by the new ride service Lyft once it launched in Baltimore. Long frustrated with the transportation options available for leaving the peninsula, Lyft offers a terrific new option for getting around Baltimore. Read about our experience (and how to get free credits!)

Hammerjacks to Open $20 Million Music Venue at Lot N, 11/14

There is a lot of excitement around South Baltimore as the legendary rock club Hammerjacks announced they are making a comeback at Lot N near M&T Bank Stadium and the upcoming Horseshoe Casino. The music venue and sports bar will be a $20 million, 50,000 sq. ft. venue that will be able to hold up to 4,000 patrons. They hope to break ground very soon and open sometime in Fall 2014.

Port Covington:  What Went Wrong?, 2/24/12

For Throwback Thursday we’ve been posting popular older articles on Facebook and Twitter and, as always, the article about the failed development at Port Covington garnered a lot of attention. As development continues to grow in South Baltimore, little has changed at Port Covington, unfortunately.

Uber Launches More Affordable uberX in Baltimore, 11/1

It was a good month for news about exciting new ways to get around Baltimore. Uber launched uberX, a more affordable version of the car ride service. Mid-range cars and hybrids, as opposed to larger black town cars, will be used and rates will be about half the price.

Locust Point-based retrievRE Launches to Help Small Businesses Find Office Space, 11/13

Solstice Partners, the developers of 900 E. Fort Ave., created a new website to help small businesses in their search for office space called retrievRE. Now in Baltimore and Baltimore County, Solstice hopes to expand into more of the surrounding counties, in addition to Washington, DC and Philadelphia in the near future.

South Baltimore Business Roundup, 10/30

This article covered updates in Pigtown, including a new grocery store and boutique, as well as Stuggy’s opening in Federal Hill and more.

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