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December 2008

Style & Shopping

Made In Baltimore

Step aside, tea cozies and clay handprints. Some of the coolest stuff in town is coming out of the region's burgeoning craft scene.
Style & Shopping

Made In Baltimore

Step aside, tea cozies and clay handprints. Some of the coolest stuff in town is coming out of the region's burgeoning craft scene.

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Style & Shopping

Made In Baltimore

Step aside, tea cozies and clay handprints. Some of the coolest stuff in town is coming out of the region's burgeoning craft scene.

Home & Living

O, Hubcap Tree, O, Hubcap Tree

Artist Jim Pollock adds sculptural flair to Hampden’s Miracle on 34th Street holiday extravaganza.

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