History & Politics The Bold and the Brilliant: Six Baltimoreans Who Changed Everything The impacts of these once-in-a-lifetime trailblazers have been felt well beyond the city. Business & Development Penn Station is Once Again on the Verge of Rebirth. Will It Finally Succeed? The vision for the landmark—to improve travel in and out of Baltimore, but also connect the entire city—is more ambitious than ever. Find the Best in Baltimore Attorneys Dentists Doctors Restaurants Realtors More Camps Home Pets Retirement Schools Travel Wellness More from this Issue News & Community Penn Station is Once Again on the Verge of Rebirth. Will It Finally Succeed? The vision for the landmark—to improve travel in and out of Baltimore, but also connect the entire city—is more ambitious than ever. Arts & Culture Review: New Horse Lords Album is a Masterpiece of Creative Freedom and Contradictions Released last fall, 'Comradely Objects' is described by the band as “a thrilling portrait of revolution underway.” News & Community GameChanger: Michael Battle We catch up with the CEO of Restoring Inner City Hope (RICH). News & Community The Bold and the Brilliant: Six Baltimoreans Who Changed Everything The impacts of these once-in-a-lifetime trailblazers have been felt well beyond the city. Food & Drink Three Boozy Sips for When You Want to Break Out the Good Stuff For those eschewing Dry January, we’ve assembled three tasty choices. Food & Drink JBees Jamaican Me Crazy Comes Home to Roost at Lexington Market Thanks to jerk chicken master Jeff Brown—plus some other spiced and fried chicken purveyors—the entire market is often perfumed a bit like the best imaginable state fair. Education & Family How Local Organizations are Making Youth Sports Accessible to All These initiatives are bucking the billion-dollar, for-profit, youth athletics model in an effort to enroll more kids. Health & Wellness The Loft Owner Weighs in On How to Get Your Skin Clear, Tight, and Radiant We turned to Natalie Sams—who runs her esthetics and self-care studios in Federal Hill and Brewers Hill—for tips on how to feel your best for a big event. Arts & Culture Art Space: Jaz Erenberg’s Lush, Tropical House Mural is a Pick-Me-Up in Upper Fells The muralist's most personal project yet is a culmination of her Jewish, Black, and Puerto Rican roots. Food & Drink Review: Church Bar in Old Goucher is Heavenly Housed in a 19th-century renovated building, the long-anticipated concept features a cocktail menu unlike any other we’ve encountered. Arts & Culture Mount Vernon Records is a One-Stop Shop for Local Creatives Founders aim to be a go-to for vinyl and music merch, but their overall goal is to be "a hub for artists and musicians.” Food & Drink John Greene Knew He Wanted to Be a Butcher Since Age 13—Now He’s Living the Dream The owner of Greene’s Family Butcher Shop in Kingsville is one of only a handful of small, independent butchers in the Baltimore region. Health & Wellness Four Local Fitness Studios for Every Type of Workout Whether you’re ready to lift weights, take it slow with yoga, or even try a new sport, Baltimore is full of different programs. It's all about finding your vibe. Food & Drink Baltimore Restaurants are Having a Lightbulb Moment Some spots are embracing a recent trend toward lighting individual tables with elegant votives and LED lamps. Travel & Outdoors The Conowingo Dam is One of the Best Spots in the U.S. for Seeing Bald Eagles From November through January, eagle-eyed birdwatchers arrive from far-flung destinations to view hundreds of the birds that have migrated from New York and Canada. Food & Drink Review: No Way Rosé Flowers in Federal Hill Newly reimagined for a younger audience, chef Ashish Alfred’s restaurant, bar, and lounge is a French cafe unlike any other in the city. Arts & Culture Step Inside the Third-Generation Persian Rug Shop That Stacks History in Mt. Vernon Dulkerian’s Persian Rug Co. Inc. on Calvert Street is as weathered as its owner’s favorite carpets—and, like them, it endures. Events The List: January 2023 The top things to do in Baltimore this month. Arts & Culture Sign Painter Sean Danaher Makes the City His Canvas The artist's work keeps up the tradition of old hand-painted building facades that were once so common in industrial cities like Baltimore.