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March 2014

Food & Drink

Our 50 Best Restaurants

This year we hand out the gold, silver, and bronze.
Food & Drink

Our 50 Best Restaurants

This year we hand out the gold, silver, and bronze.
 Photo-Illustration by Gluekit, Action photography by John Strohsacker
Sports
Just The Lax
The lingo, hangouts, rivalries and more
 Photo-Illustration by Gluekit, Action photography by John Strohsacker
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Just The Lax
The lingo, hangouts, rivalries and more
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Colt Following
Thirty years after the Mayflower trucks pulled out of town, is Baltimore still angry?
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Colt Following
Thirty years after the Mayflower trucks pulled out of town, is Baltimore still angry?
 Naked Zebra zipper blouse ($68) at Cupcake. Current/Elliott indigo pinstripe destroy jean ($238) at Jean Pool. Skagen Denmark men’s stainless-steel watch ($145) at Amaryllis Jewelry. Christopher Schafer Clothier handmade silk bow tie in orange jacquard pattern ($75) at Christopher Schafer Clothier. Claudia Ciuti Jazz heel ($355) at Matava Shoes. Photography by David Colwell
Style & Shopping
Spring Fashion
When borrowing styling cues from the guys, think traditional staples and trends with a modern and feminine touch for effortless, chic dressing.
 Naked Zebra zipper blouse ($68) at Cupcake. Current/Elliott indigo pinstripe destroy jean ($238) at Jean Pool. Skagen Denmark men’s stainless-steel watch ($145) at Amaryllis Jewelry. Christopher Schafer Clothier handmade silk bow tie in orange jacquard pattern ($75) at Christopher Schafer Clothier. Claudia Ciuti Jazz heel ($355) at Matava Shoes. Photography by David Colwell
Style & Shopping
Spring Fashion
When borrowing styling cues from the guys, think traditional staples and trends with a modern and feminine touch for effortless, chic dressing.
 Ben Marcin in West BaltimoreMike Morgan
Arts & Culture
Remnants of Things Past
A local photographer’s portraits of isolated row houses are garnering international attention.
 Ben Marcin in West BaltimoreMike Morgan
Arts & Culture
Remnants of Things Past
A local photographer’s portraits of isolated row houses are garnering international attention.

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Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: March 2014

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Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: March 2014

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Home & Living

Modern Family

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News & Community

The Chatter: March 2014

Firsthand accounts of what's happening in Baltimore.

Home & Living

Cozy Chic

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Style & Shopping

Statement Piece

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Arts & Culture

Class Act

Acclaimed author Alice McDermott is also revered in her Johns Hopkins classroom.

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Lost Art

A Renoir piece stolen from the BMA in 1951 finally returns home.

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Bend The Rules

Local yoga champ encourages men to give the practice a try.

Home & Living

A Home for Local Art

Robin Bozzuto and Lexie Greene want to be the go-to girls for collectors who love Maryland art.

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Style & Shopping

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The Comeback of Merlot

Merlot has endured a tarnished reputation for years.

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Archive: Colt Following

On the 30th anniversary of the team's departure, we compile old stories about the beloved Baltimore Colts.

Home & Living

Award-winning home-renovation companies

Project awards for excellence from the Maryland Improvement Contractors Association (MICA) and the Home Builders Association of Maryland (HBAM) in the past two years.

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Editor's Corner: March 2014

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Cameo: Mark Osteen

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