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Our new website is live!

It’s fast, intuitive, and a whole lot easier to navigate and search.

By Max Weiss | March 25, 2014, 12:26 pm

The Chatter

Our new website is live!

It’s fast, intuitive, and a whole lot easier to navigate and search.

By Max Weiss | March 25, 2014, 12:26 pm


-Baltimore magazine on Instagram


Today, we’re launching the new and improved baltimoremagazine.net. We’ve made a few changes to our website, based on your feedback and viewing habits.

A few things you’ll notice right away: The site just looks better (if we do say so ourselves), with great typography and the same kind of high quality photos and illustrations you find in our print publication.

It’s also fast, intuitive, and a whole lot easier to navigate and search.

It’ll work great on almost any platform you choose—be it a desktop, a tablet, or a smart phone.

But, of course, all the bells and whistles mean nothing without good content, and we’ll continue to have plenty of that—in fact, even more than before. Look for daily updates, exclusive web content, interactive quizzes and giveaways, videos, and much more.

We hope you’ll check it out and look under our hood, so to speak, and then come back and visit us as often as possible.

Just as Baltimore magazine is your monthly source for all things Baltimore, we hope baltimoremagazine.net will now become your daily source for the same.

Thanks for visiting. 




Meet The Author
Max Weiss is the managing editor of Baltimore and a film and pop culture critic.

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