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Arts & Culture

The List: February 2023

From 'Les Misérables' at The Hippodrome to a Psycho Killers show at Union Collective, here are the local events to pencil in this month.

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Review: Chachi’s in Old Goucher Puts Its Own Spin on Rotisserie Chicken

Husband-and-wife team Karl and Stephanie Diehn have elevated their birds to star status with their own style of trimmings.
Food & Drink

Open & Shut: Limoncello Pizzeria; Mova Nature; EAT

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

News & Community

News & Community

Non-Cringe Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day This Year

From cardmaking tutorials to Galentine's Day dance parties, here are the can't-miss events for those looking to break (up) with tradition.
News & Community

The List: February 2023

From 'Les Misérables' at The Hippodrome to a Psycho Killers show at Union Collective, here are the local events to pencil in this month.

Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

New BMA Director Asma Naeem Wants the Museum to Reflect the Cultural Vibrancy of its City

At a pivotal time for museums, Naeem’s work is helping to shape and shift the BMA to become a better reflection of current culture.
Arts & Culture

The List: February 2023

From 'Les Misérables' at The Hippodrome to a Psycho Killers show at Union Collective, here are the local events to pencil in this month.

Video

Video

Confetti Questions With R. Eric Thomas

The Baltimore native answers questions about his new book, pop culture, and his favorite local hangouts.
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From Baltimore to Project Runway, Meet Bishme Cromartie

Meet Bishme Cromartie, Baltimore native fashion designer and recent contestant on season 17 of Bravo's Project Runway.
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Step Inside Storehouse Dispensary

Learn about the medical cannabis industry in Maryland at this Mt. Washington dispensary.
Video

George Simon Shares His Sweet Success Story

Founded in 1886, Simon’s is known for its sugar cookies and signature train garden.
Video

Sneak Peek at Our First-Ever Beauty Issue

Go behind the scenes with Baltimore magazine as we prep for our January issue.
Video

Restaurante Tio Pepe Celebrates 50 Years in Baltimore

Owner of the legendary Spanish restaurant talks about its origin and "magical" sangria.
Video

Making the Iconic Crab Pie at Matthew’s Pizza

Head into the kitchen to hear the story behind the legendary Highlandtown institution.
Video

Marvin Thorpe Teaches Swimming Lessons in His Backyard

Thorpe and his father have taught an estimated 15,000 people about water safety over the years.
Video

Star Wars Toy Collection is Galaxy All Its Own

A Star Wars superfan lives out his dream in Linthicum Heights.
Video

The Prime Rib Piano Player Jeff Wilson Shares His Musical Story

The musicians talks about his career and playing for Frank Sinatra.
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Afternoon Chess Practice at Baltimore Montessori School

Chess brightens the futures of these city school students.
Video

Erricka Bridgeford Reflects on Baltimore Ceasefire Weekend

The second attempt at a 72-hour ceasefire in the city was cut short.
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Revelers Describe the Meaning of Baltimore Pride Celebrations

Baltimore Pride festivities provide safe, supportive space for the city's LGBTQ community.
Video

Who Wants to Be a Cop Now?

After a 14-month federal investigation, the Baltimore Police Department is tasked with reforming its culture.
Video

Up Close and Personal With the Domino Sugars Sign

We talk to Domino refinery manager about the history of the iconic sign and factory.
Video

Fly Fishing With Legendary Lefty Kreh

Fly-fisherman Lefty Kreh talks technique and shares stories from his legendary life.
Video

Behind the Scenes at Otterbein’s Bakery

Going strong after 135 years, Otterbein's has hit the recipe for success. Read more in our February issue.

Style & Shopping

Charmed Life

Baltimore-Themed Valentine Cards to Print Out for Your Hon

The annual 'Baltimore Weddings' collection of clever designs by a bevy of talented local stationers.
Style & Shopping

Style File: Local Beauty Brand SOLSIS Brings Community to the Forefront

Founder Joyce Arias donates a portion of sales from her cruelty-free and vegan products to nonprofits that support underserved communities.

Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness

Brush Up on These Modern Dating Rules Before Putting Yourself Out There

Licensed psychotherapist Nazie Spurrier—the owner of B’More Wellness Studio in Ellicott City—shares tips on communicating, learning love languages, and setting boundaries.
Health & Wellness

The Loft Owner Weighs in On How to Get Your Skin Clear, Tight, and Radiant

We turned to Natalie Sams—who runs her esthetics and self-care studios in Federal Hill and Brewers Hill—for tips on how to feel your best for a big event.
Health & Wellness

Four Local Fitness Studios for Every Type of Workout

Whether you’re ready to lift weights, take it slow with yoga, or even try a new sport, Baltimore is full of different programs. It's all about finding your vibe.

Sports

Sports

Introducing “Footbowling,” a New Hybrid Social Sport That Has Landed in Highlandtown

Urban Axes' new 1st and Tenpin brings a fresh spin on traditional bowling to East Baltimore.
Sports

With Judge Closing on 60 Home Runs, Recalling When Maris Chased Ruth’s Mark in Baltimore

With the American League’s best pitching staff, the 1961 “Baby Birds” proved an obstacle in Maris’ pursuit of Baltimore-born “Babe."
Sports

Regardless of His Last Name, Wes Unseld Jr. Had to Pay His Dues in the NBA

It took 24 years for the Catonsville native to land a head coaching job. Now, he's following in his late father’s Hall of Fame size 16+ footsteps.