The Conversation Issue

No tweets, no snapchats, no texts. Just real talk between some of Baltimore’s most compelling people.


When it came to our first-ever issue devoted to lively, informative, and in-depth conversations among some of Baltimore’s most fascinating citizens, there were no guidelines. Basically, we put two smart people in a room together and got out of the way. The conversations ranged from the silly to the serious, from the political to the personal. And no one held back. We hope you enjoy eavesdropping as much as we did.

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