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Food & Drink

No Place Like Om

Bikram Yoga Baltimore’s Eddie and Emily Garner find the perfect balance in their kitchen.

The Chatter

Northwest Baltimore Native Dimitrius Graham Reflects on American Idol Experience

Graham turned heads with operatic arrangements and self-expression on stage.

Home & Living

A Luminous Past

Robert M. Long resurrected the family lighting company he nearly lost.

Arts & Culture

True Blue

The fast times, hard luck, and rebirth of bluegrass in Baltimore.

News & Community

Hell and High Water

Climate change is already wreaking havoc on the city’s infrastructure and public health. How will Baltimore cope with the staggering challenges to come?

The Chatter

Baltimore’s $1 Million March Madness Winner Was Rooting for the Wrong Team

​Meet Mark Watts, who was unknowingly betting against himself—and asleep while doing it.

Arts & Culture

At Home in Nature

Liza Hathaway Matthews’ layered floral paintings have found their way into the world of textiles.

Travel & Outdoors

Where The Magic Happens

Hampden-based Arrow Retreats offers trips to get you out of your comfort zone.

The Chatter

Maryland Politicians React to Good, Bad, and Ugly in Mueller Report

President didn’t conspire with Russian intelligence during 2016 election. He did try to seize control of the special counsel investigation.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: April 19-21

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Quality Snowballs; The Tilted Row; Mustang Alley’s

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

Home & Living

Think Pink

Gather your closest pals for a rosé tasting that will have you in the mood for spring in no time.

Food & Drink

Pint Dream

Intrepid owners of Nepenthe Brewing find higher ground in Hampden.

On The Town

Baltimore Cocktail Week Celebrates Fifth Year With Focus on Wellness

Spirited events and health-inspired industry workshops planned for the big anniversary.

The Chatter

NDMU Professor Reflects on Fire at Notre Dame Cathedral

Dr. Anne Henderson discusses the cathedral’s historical and religious significance.

Home & Living

A Story to Tell

Interior designer Patrick Sutton mixes beautiful spaces with narratives in his new book.

News & Community

From Weeds to Waffles

A Baltimore transplant turns an outdoor chore into a community-building club.

On The Town

Weird Wine Event to Showcase Maryland’s Most Peculiar Blends

Makers gather to highlight wines made with everything from coffee to fish peppers.

Home & Living

It’s Easy Being Green

Small effort can still yield big returns when it comes to potted plants.

Health & Wellness

The Loneliest Number

My incredibly isolating, but ultimately rewarding, journey with infertility.

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Weird Wine Event to Showcase Maryland’s Most Peculiar Blends: Makers gather to highlight wines made with everything from coffee to fish peppers.

Catonsville’s Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon Talks American Idol Fame: Towson University student has impressed the show’s judges with his wide vocal range.

Open & Shut: Sophomore Coffee; The Urban Oyster; Raw Bar; Smoke: The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

Boxing Champ Gervonta Davis Eyes Hometown Fight in July: Upton Boxing Center stablemate Lorenzo Simpson to fight on undercard.

Baltimore Eagle Reopening on Easter Weekend: The Station North bar plans a “resurrection” to celebrate an even more inclusive, community feel.