High 5

Our staff’s favorite things this month.

Staff of Baltimore magazine - April 2014

High Five: April 2014

Our staff’s favorite things this month.

Staff of Baltimore magazine - April 2014

Clear Answer

Bon Ami Free + Clear All-Purpose Cleaner is great! It has no added scent and can be used on walls, floors, windows—you name it.
--Amanda White-Iseli, art director

Mad World

Mad Men returns for its final season April 13. I am going to miss those misogynistic, semi-functional alcoholics.
--Amy Mulvihill, assistant managing editor

Bright Future

I pre-ordered Future Island’s Singles after their thrilling Late Show performance. I’m with David Letterman: “I’ll take all of that ya got!”
--Ron Cassie, senior editor

Top Pop-Ups

We love all the chefs taking over kitchens for limited foodie engagements. Artifact Coffee/Toki Underground and Fork & Wrench/The Food Market have us craving more.
--Janelle Erlichman Diamond, Baltimore Bride editor

Stay Focused

I love Warby Parker’s free home try-on program where I can play dress up with five pairs of glasses until I find my perfect match.
--Jessie Peterson, director of marketing

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