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Baltimore Bride’s Aisle Style Wedding Event & Fashion Show 2016

Baltimore Bride magazine celebrated its annual Aisle Style bridal showcase featuring over 80 of Baltimore’s premier wedding professionals on March 24, 2016.

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Arts District

Two Elementary School Students Use Their Talent for Good

Maggie and Matthew Schneider perform with Juilliard-trained musicians to benefit the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

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We Try Out the Ancient Healing Practice of Sound Therapy

Certified sound massage practitioner Elaine Wujcik discusses the ins and outs of this ancient practice.

The Chatter

Baltimore County to Open the Kevin Kamenetz Arena

The equine arena and learning center offers programs for veterans.


Food & Drink

Animal Attraction

For local restaurants, it’s lions, and tigers, and bears, oh my!

The Chatter

Preakness Stakeholders Eye a Move To Laurel Park

This year's spectacle at Pimlico was filled with mud, fog, a big winner, and a bigger question.

Arts District

Amy Sherald and Lafayette Gilchrist Among the Winners For Baker Artist Awards

Visual and interdisciplinary arts winners will present their work at the BMA this fall.

MaxSpace

Review: Book Club

Because seniors deserve a glossy rom-com, too.

In Good Taste

Local Spots Offering Royal Wedding Specials Fit for Kings and Queens

From British breakfasts to posh pick-me-ups, here’s where to indulge.


Food & Drink

Review: Cat's Eye Pub

After more than 40 years, Cat’s Eye Pub keeps on rockin’ in Fells Point.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: May 18-20

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

Arts District

Why We Work Opens at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

New BMI exhibit curated by JHU and MICA students depicts a more personal side of industry.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Stanford Kitchen; Shaheen of Baltimore; Grano Emporio

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

Arts & Culture

The Beat Goes On

This bimonthly hip-hop gathering is everything that battle rap is not.

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