Home & Living Sea Change Once home to steel workers, farmers, and watermen, waterfront properties in Baltimore and Harford counties are being swept up by a wave of gentrification and new development. Business & Development The Sugar House Beloved for its iconic sign, Baltimore's Domino Sugar refinery celebrates 100 years on the harbor. Find the Best in Baltimore Attorneys Dentists Doctors Restaurants Realtors More Camps Home Pets Retirement Schools Travel Wellness More from this Issue Food & Drink Bar Exam: Sports & Social Maryland at Live! Casino & Hotel Take a gamble at Hanover's sports bar on steroids. News & Community Photographer Matthew Christopher Documents ‘Abandoned America’ Along with photographing long-shuttered psychiatric institutions, Christopher has shot former factories, power plants, churches, schools, mills, and malls across Maryland. Food & Drink MFG Toffee Delights with its Toffees and Barks How local candy maker Kathy Filosi Nelson creates her globally inspired flavors. Sports At Robbie’s First Base, They’ve Got Mail—and Memorabilia We get to know the crew at what is likely the world’s only sports memorabilia/mail service store. Food & Drink Three Rosés to Sip Outside on the Patio This Spring The fresh bounty of last year’s harvest is arriving. Here are three suggestions coming soon to a wine shop near you. Food & Drink Vagabond Sandwich Company in Bel Air Aims to Be Your Next Pit Stop Specializing in burgers, melts, and sandwiches, Ben Meyer's neighborhood shop is a "living art project." Arts & Culture GameChanger: Gregory Smith We catch up with the Creative Alliance's new executive director. Sports Baltimoreans Didn’t Want a New Baseball Park 30 Years Ago—Then We Saw Camden Yards Funding for renovating Memorial Stadium? Absolutely. Abandoning Memorial Stadium? No way. Education & Family Tonee Lawson’s Nonprofit Empowers Youth to Achieve Excellence in STEM Operating out of various schools, The Be. Organization provides creative workshops, an enrichment curriculum, and youth conferences focused on life skills and STEM teachings. Food & Drink The Sugar House Beloved for its iconic sign, Baltimore's Domino Sugar refinery celebrates 100 years on the harbor. Health & Wellness What to Expect from Your First Infrared Sauna Experience We asked Indu Wellness owner Mari Steinke all about the whole-body detoxification trend. Food & Drink Review: The Crackpot Comeback The Towson crab house begins a new chapter. Arts & Culture After a Decade-Plus Hiatus, Hammerjacks Parties On How a lifelong music lover and his business partner brought the iconic concert venue back to life. Style & Shopping Christopher Schafer Makes His Mark With Many Missions Schafer discusses his nonprofit, Sharp Dressed Man, and the other causes that he supports. Arts & Culture The List: April 2022 Mark your calendar for these upcoming events. Home & Living Sea Change Once home to steel workers, farmers, and watermen, waterfront properties in Baltimore and Harford counties are being swept up by a wave of gentrification and new development. Food & Drink Review: The Manor Breathes New Life Into an Iconic Space in Mt. Vernon The restaurant and “ultra-lounge” has revived the spot’s status as destination dining. Arts & Culture Art Space: ‘The Truth In This Art’ Podcast Lets Baltimore Speak for Itself On his must-listen show, Rob Lee aims to elevate his hometown through the stories of local creatives and small businesses. Arts & Culture Mt. Vernon Studio of Late, Legendary Painter Raoul Middleman to Become a Museum A visit to the former home of one of the city’s most preeminent artists, now complete with a shrine-like studio and rotating gallery. News & Community The Well-Funded ‘Baltimore Banner’ Will Rival ‘The Sun.’ Can it Prove Sustainable? New online-only Baltimore newspaper is set to launch in early summer.