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October 2015

 Removing walls separating the kitchen from the dining and living areas created an open, light-filled floor plan.Photography by Vince Lupo
Home & Living
Style For Life
A Baltimore County home gets a makeover for an owner’s modern tastes and retirement needs.
 Removing walls separating the kitchen from the dining and living areas created an open, light-filled floor plan.Photography by Vince Lupo
Home & Living
Style For Life
A Baltimore County home gets a makeover for an owner’s modern tastes and retirement needs.
 Hoffberger leans against a support for her front porch, which she revamped with a nod to her love of nature; In the den, the first painting Hoffberger ever bought—by Martha Macks—hangs above two antique “potty chairs." Photography by Cory Donovan
Home & Living
The Accidental Abode
What Rebecca Hoffberger’s home lacks in architectural style, it more than makes up for in décor.
 Hoffberger leans against a support for her front porch, which she revamped with a nod to her love of nature; In the den, the first painting Hoffberger ever bought—by Martha Macks—hangs above two antique “potty chairs." Photography by Cory Donovan
Home & Living
The Accidental Abode
What Rebecca Hoffberger’s home lacks in architectural style, it more than makes up for in décor.
Food & Drink
Prime Time
The Prime Rib celebrates 50 years of business in Baltimore.
Food & Drink
Prime Time
The Prime Rib celebrates 50 years of business in Baltimore.
Arts & Culture
Fall Arts Preview
In a season packed with much to see, hear, and do, we’ve selected a few arts events you should experience.
Arts & Culture
Fall Arts Preview
In a season packed with much to see, hear, and do, we’ve selected a few arts events you should experience.
Arts & Culture
Music For The People
On the brink of its 100th anniversary, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra explores its legacy.
Arts & Culture
Music For The People
On the brink of its 100th anniversary, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra explores its legacy.

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The Chatter: October 2015

Overheard at a high wheel race, ukulele festival, and insect love-song seminar.

Home & Living

Style For Life

A Baltimore County home gets a makeover for an owner’s modern tastes and retirement needs.

News & Community

Touchy Subject

Linthicum couple open state’s first cuddling service.

Health & Wellness

Sister Act

Startup keeps natural products all in the family.

Food & Drink

25 Dishes to Die For

From a pile of pancakes to a five-pound stuffed lobster, we can't live without these gustatory greats.

Home & Living

Cottage Ease

Interior designer Stephanie Gamble of The House Downtown narrates a tour of charming Towson home.

Style & Shopping

My Top Ten by Priya Bhayana

The director of Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment shares her favorite things.

News & Community

Night Crawlers

During the spectral season, try these spooky strolls for haunted history lessons.

Home & Living

The Accidental Abode

What Rebecca Hoffberger’s home lacks in architectural style, it more than makes up for in décor.

Food & Drink

The Sweet Life

Local entrepreneurs keep it sweet.

Style & Shopping

Good Sport

With the Baltimore Running Festival coming up, we've gathered some of our favorite fashionable activewear.

Travel & Outdoors

Runner's World

Hit the road and see the sights with this new travel trend.

Food & Drink

Prime Time

The Prime Rib celebrates 50 years of business in Baltimore.

Food & Drink

Proud as a Peacock

Thai cuisine shines in Canton.

Style & Shopping

Precious Tones

Time to fill your wardrobe or home with the rich jewel tones of fall.

Home & Living

Gone Glamping

We help you get hip to the newest outdoor trend.

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: October 2015

The latest from Holy Ghost Party, Gurl Crush, and Dave Heumann from Arbouretum.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: October 2015

The latest from titles on Edgar Allan Poe and the history of bluegrass in Baltimore.

Food & Drink

Aw, Shucks!

Make Maryland your oyster with these seven half-shell happenings.

Arts & Culture

Fall Arts Preview

In a season packed with much to see, hear, and do, we’ve selected a few arts events you should experience.

Arts & Culture

Music For The People

On the brink of its 100th anniversary, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra explores its legacy.

Food & Drink

Soul Food

Alma brings a Latin beat to Canton.

Sports

Dad of Steel

YouTube series reveals how our football rivals really see us.

Videos

How to Make a Five-Pound Stuffed Lobster

Chef Eric Houseknecht of Thames Street Oyster House explains how to make the restaurant's signature Five-Pound Stuffed Maine Lobster.

Events

Frolic into Fall

From corn mazes and pumpkin patches to cider and beer festivals, these 22 autumn events will be a bounty of fun.

News & Community

Second Life

After committing murder at 17, a budding entrepreneur lifts ex-offenders into the workforce.

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The Launch: October Highlights

Our eight musts from this month's calendar of events.

Food & Drink

The Making of a Five-Pound Stuffed Lobster

Chef Eric Houseknecht takes us into the kitchen at Thames Street Oyster House.

Arts & Culture

Cameo with Donna L. Jacobs

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Q&A with Dave Heumann

We talk to the Arbouretum frontman about his debut solo album, Here in the Deep.

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