Baltimore Furniture Companies & Stores
Speaker talks furniture at UC event
By Caitlin Cook Philip Zea, president of Historic Deerfield, a living museum community in Massachusetts, brought the influences of antique furniture to life for a crowd at the University of Charleston Thursday evening. "Is it naive or simply independent thinking?" Zea asked of a Vermont wood crafted cradle that rocks back-and-forth to a crowd gathered for his free talk titled "Appalachian ...
City program wants to prepare high schoolers for today's manufacturing jobs
Worker shortages persist in computer-aided machinist and similar jobs After decades of manufacturing decline in Baltimore, city officials say they believe industry is poised to bounce back — and they want to promote a new education track in city schools to train students for the field.
SMARTdesks Launches Fit@Office, Offering Office Exercise Equipment, Office Furniture and Health Monitoring to Increase ...
Supporting behavior modification to increase lifespan, brain function and general health—a positive trend being implemented in traditionally sedentary workplaces—today, SMARTdesks launches a product line of LifeSpan exercise bikes and treadmills, and cardiovascular health monitoring support, along with architectural space planning interior design services, to transform collaborative meeting ...
Wal-Mart offers checking account aimed at the 'unbanked'
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., long in the business of selling discount goods to low-income customers, is offering a new service — checking accounts targeted at those who don't use traditional bank accounts.
Outdoor living retailer Offenbacher sold to Baltimore-based firm
Buyer plans to expand the Md./Va.-based chain A private equity buyout firm plans to expand the chain and upgrade stores and the online presence.
Real Estate Weekly: Oct. 3, 2014
Commercial moves First Potomac Realty Trust, of Bethesda, an owner and operator of office and business park properties in greater Washington, announced it has bought 11 Dupont Circle, NW in Washington for $89 million. The property is a nine-story, 155,713-square-foot office building that is 100 percent leased to 15 tenants. It includes 11,692 square feet ...
Plastics Make it Possible® Launches "Don't Be Trashy. Recycle." Tour
Recycle." The tour celebrates America Recycles Day on November 15 and highlights opportunities to recycle more everyday plastics. The Plastics Make it Possible® "Recycling RV" will make stops in cities including Washington, D.C., New York City, and Baltimore, MD. At each stop, visitors to the RV can play recycling games, create quirky sharable photos, get a behind-the-scenes look at how ...
HomeGoods to open in Westminster Nov. 9
HomeGoods, an off-price home decor retailer, will open a store in Westminster on Nov. 9.
Aaron's Surprises "Homes for the Holidays" Single-Parent in D.C. with House Full of Furniture
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Aaron's, Inc. (AAN), a lease-to-own retailer specializing in the sales and lease ownership of furniture, consumer electronics, home appliances and accessories, in a surprise unveiling this week, filled the home presented to single mom Rodneyca Gray and her children with furniture including three bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a TV and computer ...
BGE and ENERGY STAR® Team Up to Kick Off the #ChangeTheWorld Tour with Energy Efficiency Upgrades and an Unveiling of ...
The future of the Edgewood Branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County is now even brighter, thanks to a complete energy efficient lighting and interior and exterior building makeover project.