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The Book Thing Reopens After Fire

Owner Russell Wattenberg talks about rebuilding, renovations, and community support.

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Waterfront Partnership Expands to Fells Point

The nonprofit promises to improve safety and cleanliness of the waterfront neighborhood.

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Baltimore Bartenders’ Guild Brings Back Southside Stakes Competition

Sample multiple iterations of the classic cocktail at R. House next weekend.

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The Book Thing Bounces Back

A Baltimore literary institution gets reborn, thanks to the community.


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Fashion Sense

How designer and BSA alum Christian Siriano made a name for himself in the fashion world.

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Fall Events Guide

From pumpkin picking to cozy campfires, here are the best ways to celebrate the season.

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You're going to want to have an opinion on this one at the next cocktail party.

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Bike Share Temporarily Shut Down

Theft, vandalism and maintenance issues force retooling on cusp of one-year anniversary of city program.

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If Ravens Shutout Browns, They'll Break a 72-Year-Old Record

And other top news from Baltimore sports this week.


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Goldman Sachs Invests $233 Million to Port Covington Redevelopment

Sagamore Development keeps promise to bring commercial investment to the city.

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Review: American Assassin

Jason Bourne he ain't.

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Weekend Lineup: September 15-17

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

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Review: Five and Dime Ale House

Five and Dime Ale House is worth the pocket change.

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Fork & Wrench Hosts Chef Competition Series Benefitting Hurricane Relief

Area chefs come together to battle it out for a good cause.

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