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Explore the Backyard

Hampden Shops Written by Meghann Bowman

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Atomic Books 3620 Falls Rd. With comics, ‘zines, imported magazines, toys, and of course, books, you can easily spend an hour or two getting lost in pages at Atomic. This indie bookstore has been serving Hampden for more than 20 years and also boasts a record store and newly-added bar and 3D printer. Atomic is also the official mailing address for John Waters fan mail. Cool Stuff Here 714 W. 36th St. Located in the basement of a row home, Cool Stuff Here sells screen-printed t-shirts poking fun at Baltimore, along with vintage guitars and other unique jewelry and gifts. Hanging on a Whim 828 W. 36th St. If you are looking for a unique piece of furniture, check out Hanging on a Whim. Though known for its hand-painted furniture, this shop also carries decorative mirrors, jewelry, bags, and more. They also offer a variety of both individual lessons and group classes.

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Zensations Apothecary 3408 Chestnut Ave. Zensations is a one-stop shop for all your herbal needs—salves, balms, lotions, teas, tinctures, bulk herbs, and more! Try some of herbalist Jen’s teas, or have her whip up a personalized concoction.

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Profile for DomiCile Magazine

DomiCile Winter 2013/2014  

The Winter 2013/2014 Issue is the premiere issue of DomiCile Magazine. It highlights the Hampden neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland and sho...

DomiCile Winter 2013/2014  

The Winter 2013/2014 Issue is the premiere issue of DomiCile Magazine. It highlights the Hampden neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland and sho...

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