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Amy Mulvihill

Amy Mulvihill is a senior editor at Baltimore, covering the environment, travel, real estate, neighborhood news, and culture (pop or otherwise). Born in Connecticut, she graduated from Goucher College, is a self-described Anglophile, and has a pretty deep obsession with Fleetwood Mac.


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News & Community

One Is Too Many

Looking Baltimore's gun violence epidemic in the eye, one grieving mother at a time.

Food & Drink

Slice of Life

Fenwick Bakery is the quintessential neighborhood bakery.

Food & Drink

The Gringo's Guide to Tacos

Charm City's taco scene comes into its own.

Science & Technology

Meeting of the Minds

Now in its sixth year, Baltimore Innovation Week continues to push the city’s tech scene forward.

Education & Family

Head of the Class

Sonja Santelises is ready to lead Baltimore City Public Schools.

Arts & Culture

Dancing with the Stars

Mountain Lake Lodge’s Dirty Dancing weekends let you have the time of your life.

Best of Baltimore

Best of Baltimore 2017

Our annual celebration of all things awesome in the Baltimore region.

News & Community

After the Flood

Ellicott City proves you can't keep a good town down.

Food & Drink

Cake Walk

These 25 spots are tops for crab cakes in the Baltimore area.

Home & Living

Best of the 'Burbs

Your real estate guide to the best neighborhoods in the most desirable communities—around the beltway and beyond.

News & Community

Living On the Edge

Since 1975, Owings Mills has been promoted as the next great Baltimore suburb. Will a new round of development fulfill its promise or add to its woes?

The Chatter

Most Noteworthy Pieces of Legislation From General Assembly Session

Lawmakers debate contraception, environmental, and education bills.

Events

The Launch: March 2017

The nine musts for this month's calendar of events.

Food & Drink

Ain't the Beer Cold!

Twenty hoppin' taprooms for a craft brew in Baltimore and beyond.

News & Community

How Baltimore Invented the Modern World

From the B&O Railroad to Frank Zappa, we chronicle all the ways Baltimore changed America forever.

News & Community

The Lady in Waiting

For much of her life, Catherine Pugh has wanted to be mayor of Baltimore. Now she is. But what took so long?

Food & Drink

Baltimore at Night

From neighborhood bars and late-night eats to after-hours art and jubilant dance parties, Charm City after dark is a celebration of the senses.

News & Community

In Retrospect

Moments that mattered in 2016.

Health & Wellness

Living for the City

Meet Dr. Leana Wen, Baltimore's superstar health commissioner.

News & Community

Mr. Johnson Goes to Washington

From West Baltimore to the West Wing, Broderick Johnson makes the improbable, probable.

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