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Michelle Evans

Michelle Harris is the digital content producer for Baltimore, where she has worked since 2013, covering news, community, sports, and beauty. As a native Baltimorean, she is a die-hard Ravens fan and passionate about local charity work. She’s a former esthetician and natural hair enthusiast with an affinity for makeup and Old Fashioneds.


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Baltimore Nonprofit Fuels a Hungry Community With More Than Just Food

The Food Project, of UEmpower of Maryland, is helping to revitalize Southwest Baltimore.

Arts & Culture

Private Eyes

Boudoir photography takes off.

Arts District

Look Inside Historic James E. Hooper House in Old Goucher

The 133-year-old building has become a hub for creatives in Baltimore.

Arts District

Inspiring Story of Richard Antoine White Featured in New Documentary

R.A.W. Tuba chronicles West Baltimore native’s journey from homelessness to success.

The Chatter

Baltimore Police Department Reacts to Marilyn Mosby Marijuana Decision

Baltimore joins a growing number of cities nationwide to de-emphasize marijuana.

Arts District

Baltimore Drummers to Star in Ellen DeGeneres Web Series

The six-part series will feature Timothy Fletcher and Malik Perry on their quest to rebuild Baltimore.

The Chatter

Maryland Residents Turn Furlough Lemons Into Lemonade

Government employees express frustrations but resilience amid federal shutdown.

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Governor Larry Hogan Announces New Initiative to Combat Violent Crime

A Violent Crime Joint Operations Center will open in Baltimore City.

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New Police Commissioner Should Have an Easy Transition to Baltimore

Michael Harrison will report on January 8 to lead the Baltimore Police.

Outside World

West Baltimore Resident Encourages Black Men To Travel Beyond Baltimore

Brian Oliver created an online platform to share his global experiences.

The Chatter

Local Realty Team Uses Playful Props to Sell Homes

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

The Chatter

Trump Meeting in Baltimore Cancelled, But Revitalization Discussions Will Still Happen

Wednesday’s planned visit to the city will now take place at the White House.

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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.

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Everything You Need to Know About the I-895 Construction

We break down the road closures, alternate routes, and other headache-inducing information.

Charmed Life

You Won’t Believe The Stories Behind These Two Guilford Homes

Up for auction in December, these Baltimore homes have had quite the colorful past.

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Maryland’s New License Plates Want to “Protect the Chesapeake”

The unveiling of the new Chesapeake Bay design boosts our status in the world of specialty plates.

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Baltimore’s Comic Book Community Reacts to the Passing of Marvel’s Stan Lee

Locals remember time spent with the 95-year-old comic genius.

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Four Seasons Hotel To Open Rooftop Skating Rink on Black Friday

The luxury hotel will transform Harbor terrace into public ice rink.

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Everything You Need to Know About Tomorrow’s Election

We’ve compiled an election day cheat sheet to make your trip to the polls a little easier.

Arts District

Get to Know the Artists Behind Union Collective and MICA Murals

Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn talk materials, working together, and new projects.

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