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Corner Petaler

Over four decades, Vander Pearson of Pearson's Florist has seen it all in Station North.
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Corner Petaler

Over four decades, Vander Pearson of Pearson's Florist has seen it all in Station North.
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Are We Still Charm City?
We wrestle with the complicated legacy of our town’s most enduring nickname.
News & Community

Are We Still Charm City?

We wrestle with the complicated legacy of our town’s most enduring nickname.
 Justin Tsucalas
Arts & Culture
Haute Glue By Alice Gadzinski Opens at the Creative Alliance
Friends, family, and staff piece together a retrospective exhibit in celebration of the late artist.
Arts & Culture

Haute Glue By Alice Gadzinski Opens at the Creative Alliance

Friends, family, and staff piece together a retrospective exhibit in celebration of the late artist.

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Jerrell Gibbs Normalizes Black Innocence Through His Figurative Portraits

View his newest acrylic paintings at Ida B’s Table through January 31.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: December 14-16

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Milk & Honey Market; Farm to Face; Wayward Smokehouse

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.


Charmed Life

Deck the Halls: Boho Inspired Holiday Decorating

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

The Chatter

New Study Calls for $400 Million Overhaul of Pimlico Race Course

But the next question is who pays for it.

The Chatter

Local Realty Team Uses Playful Props to Sell Homes

Check out these listings to see some familiar, albeit unusual, faces.

Food & Drink

Axe Marks the Spot

Urban Axes in Highlandtown is a swingin’ good time.

Arts District

Culture Club: New Exhibits at School 33, Holiday Jazz, and Heathers The Musical

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.


Arts District

Beyond Video to Open Nonprofit Film Rental Shop on Friday

A collective of movie lovers brings modern twists to the old video store model.

Video

Restaurante Tio Pepe Celebrates 50 Years in Baltimore

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

On The Town

Baltimore New Year’s Eve Events That Fit Every Mood

There are plenty of ways to eat, drink, or dance your way into 2019.

Arts & Culture

Turn The Page

A new citywide program uses books to start community conversations.

MaxSpace

Movie Review: Roma

Alfonso Cuarón's film about his childhood in Mexico City is a humanist masterpiece.

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Remember When George H.W. Bush Threw Out the Very First Pitch at Camden Yards?: The late 41st U.S. President hosted Queen Elizabeth and the Egyptian president at Memorial Stadium, too.

Open & Shut: Charmed Kitchen; Baby's on Fire; Stang of Siam: The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

Airbnb Properties in Baltimore Will Soon Have Stricter Regulations: The city council voted to impose a hotel tax to short-term rentals in Baltimore City.

Haute Glue By Late Artist Alice Gadzinski Opens at the Creative Alliance: Friends, family, and staff piece together a retrospective exhibit in celebration of the late artist.

Donna's Cafe To Close in The Village of Cross Keys: The beloved restaurant serves its final meal this Sunday.

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In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Milk & Honey Market; Farm to Face; Wayward Smokehouse

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.
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Axe Marks the Spot

Urban Axes in Highlandtown is a swingin’ good time.

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Local Realty Team Uses Playful Props to Sell Homes

Check out these listings to see some familiar, albeit unusual, faces.
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Capital Gazette Staff Among Time Magazine’s Person of the Year Honorees

Both the dead and the survivors are honored as “The Guardians” fighting the “War on Truth.”

Arts & Culture

Arts District

Jerrell Gibbs Normalizes Black Innocence Through His Figurative Portraits

View his newest acrylic paintings at Ida B’s Table through January 31.
 Heathers the Musical.Playbill
Arts District

Culture Club: New Exhibits at School 33, Holiday Jazz, and Heathers The Musical

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.
 The exterior of Beyond Video, designed by Post Typography and painted by Greg Gannon and Carol P. Jarvis.Post Typography
Arts District

Beyond Video to Open Nonprofit Film Rental Shop on Friday

A collective of movie lovers brings modern twists to the old video store model.

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Style & Shopping

Style & Shopping

Animal Print is a Forever Trend

From leopard to snake, there are many ways to incorporate this statement-making trend into your wardrobe.
 Christopher Myers
Style & Shopping

Only-in-Baltimore Local Gift Guide

Here are some of our favorite locally made items for everyone on your list.

Health & Wellness

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Food & Drink

How to Avoid Holiday Stress Eating

Advice from a nutritionist on how to combat poor eating habits this time of year.
 Orla Wilson and her daughter, Polly.Frank Hamilton
Health & Wellness

Diabetes Patients Hack Own Insulin Pumps Using Open Source Coding

A Johns Hopkins lecturer uses #OpenAPS to control her diabetes.

Sports

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Sports

Tough Enough

Cassy Lopez beat the boys in high school, so Division I women’s wrestling should be a snap.
 AP Photo/Greg Gibson
The Chatter

Remember When George H.W. Bush Threw Out the Very First Pitch at Camden Yards?

The late 41st U.S. President hosted Queen Elizabeth and the Egyptian president at Memorial Stadium, too.
 Shawn Hubbard/ Baltimore Ravens
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Is the Joe Cool Era Over?

Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson's presence and play raises the big question.

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