Events

Weekend Lineup: August 7-9

The best things to do with your Charm City weekend.
Events

Weekend Lineup: August 7-9

The best things to do with your Charm City weekend.
 Photography by Schaun Champion
News & Community
A Moment of Reckoning
Listening to Black voices in Baltimore.
News & Community

A Moment of Reckoning

Listening to Black voices in Baltimore.
Arts & Culture
Rufus Roundtree Climbs Aboard Urban Pirates’ Ship for Floating Concert This Weekend
WTMD continues to creatively restore live music amidst COVID-19.
Arts & Culture

Rufus Roundtree Climbs Aboard Urban Pirates’ Ship for Floating Concert This Weekend

WTMD continues to creatively restore live music amidst COVID-19.

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Arts & Culture

DDm Bares His Soul on ‘The Ballad of Omar’

Local rapper discusses his latest album, which shines light on the Black queer male experience.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: August 7-9

The best things to do with your Charm City weekend.

Arts District

How Artscape Prize Winner LaToya M. Hobbs Forged Her Own Path Into Fine Arts

Artist and MICA professor talks inspiration and plans for the $25,000 prize.


Food & Drink

Fancy Feast

Get your food to go and recreate the restaurant experience at home.

The Chatter

Early Risers Turn to Skateboarding as a Pandemic Pastime

Group of guys in their 30s and 40s spend mornings skating in Hampden’s Roosevelt Park.

The Chatter

Prying Eyes

Military-grade surveillance keeps watch over Baltimore and city protests, but catches few criminals.

News & Community

GameChanger: Bill Henry

We catch up with the future City Comptroller.

Home & Living

Here for the Long Haul

The changes you’ll need to age in place don’t have to be huge.


Travel & Outdoors

Talk of the Bay

Potomac-Chesapeake Dolphin Project surveys dolphins in about 14 square miles of the Potomac.

On The Town

Rufus Roundtree Climbs Aboard Urban Pirates’ Ship for Floating Concert This Weekend

WTMD continues to creatively restore live music amidst COVID-19.

Food & Drink

Local Flavor Live Podcast: Restaurants Get Creative in the Age of COVID

Unique approaches to serving diners while keeping up with ever-changing restrictions.

News & Community

A Moment of Reckoning

Listening to Black voices in Baltimore.

The Bird's Nest

What The New “Not Normal” Looks and Sounds Like at Camden Yards

The Orioles’ fanless season began this week against the Yankees.

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Food & Drink

 Amish tomato salad and pan-roasted sea scallops with English peas from Charleston.
Photography by Kate Grewal
Food & Drink

Fancy Feast

Get your food to go and recreate the restaurant experience at home.
 Woodberry Kitchen adds flags to all of its tables so diners can safely get the attention of servers. Woodberry Kitchen
Food & Drink

Local Flavor Live Podcast: Restaurants Get Creative in the Age of COVID

Unique approaches to serving diners while keeping up with ever-changing restrictions.

News & Community

 Jarret Jeffery, 35, practices his frontside boardslide at the skatepark in Hampden early on a recent morning. Jeffery is among a handful of men in their 30s and 40s using the time that would've been spent commuting to work, or getting kids ready for school, to pursue skateboarding. Photography by Adam Bednar
The Chatter

Early Risers Turn to Skateboarding as a Pandemic Pastime

Group of guys in their 30s and 40s spend mornings skating in Hampden’s Roosevelt Park.
 Persistent Surveillance Systems founder Ross McNutt views video footage of Compton, California.Center for Investigative Reporting
The Chatter

Prying Eyes

Military-grade surveillance keeps watch over Baltimore and city protests, but catches few criminals.
 Photography by Mike Morgan
News & Community

GameChanger: Bill Henry

We catch up with the future City Comptroller.

Arts & Culture

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Arts & Culture

DDm Bares His Soul on ‘The Ballad of Omar’

Local rapper discusses his latest album, which shines light on the Black queer male experience.
 Photography by Arston Jacks
Arts District

How Artscape Prize Winner LaToya M. Hobbs Forged Her Own Path Into Fine Arts

Artist and MICA professor talks inspiration and plans for the $25,000 prize.

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Style & Shopping

 Trohv
Charmed Life

Thank You For Trohv

A tribute to the beloved Hampden shop—which will close its doors next month—and the woman who created it.

Health & Wellness

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MaxSpace

Local Documentary Short Lifts the Veil on Male Infertility

Accepted into The New Yorker's documentary series, the film delves into a taboo subject.
 Photography by Christopher Myers
Health & Wellness

Top Dentists 2020

How to find the best dentists? Ask other dentists.

Sports

 Jarret Jeffery, 35, practices his frontside boardslide at the skatepark in Hampden early on a recent morning. Jeffery is among a handful of men in their 30s and 40s using the time that would've been spent commuting to work, or getting kids ready for school, to pursue skateboarding. Photography by Adam Bednar
The Chatter

Early Risers Turn to Skateboarding as a Pandemic Pastime

Group of guys in their 30s and 40s spend mornings skating in Hampden’s Roosevelt Park.
 The players socially distance during the National Anthem. Corey McLaughlin
The Bird's Nest

What The New “Not Normal” Looks and Sounds Like at Camden Yards

The Orioles’ fanless season began this week against the Yankees.
 Baltimore Orioles
The Chatter

Baltimoreans Pay Tribute to Sports Superfan Mo Gaba

The 14-year-old lost his battle to cancer hours after being elected into the O’s Hall of Fame.