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Lydia Woolever  

Lydia Woolever is senior editor at Baltimore, where she covers people, food, music, and the Chesapeake Bay. She was born and raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and previously worked for Esquire magazine. Her work has been published there, as well as in The Philadelphia Inquirer, Time Out, and Edible. She also has an almost unhealthy love for oysters and her dog, Hooper.


Read more from Lydia

Food & Drink

Review: Café Fili

Mt. Vernon’s Café Fili is quick and easy, but worth savoring.

News & Community

From Fells to Free

Celebrating Frederick Douglass’ 200th Birthday.

News & Community

Baltimore Visionaries

We profile 30 change-makers who are shaping the future of our city.

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: February 2018

The latest from Surf Harp and Letitia VanSant.

Arts & Culture

Folk Musician Letitia VanSant Talks New Album

Her latest work is full of personal and political undertones.

Health & Wellness

Medical Cannabis Blossoms in Baltimore

Curio Wellness plans to open its state-of-the-art dispensary in Timonium this month.

Food & Drink

Old Sage

Homespun medicines are just what the doctor ordered.

News & Community

Pipe Dreams

With two high-speed trains suddenly on the Maryland horizon, it’s kind of hard to keep up.

Health & Wellness

The (Every) Body Issue

A celebration of our Bodies—and ourselves.

Health & Wellness

What It Feels Like

Essays on losing weight, giving birth, and other body-owning experiences.

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