Food & Drink Crabs A Love Story: The Region’s Best Crab Houses, Soft Shells, and Crabby Dishes However you like to eat 'em, here's where to find your fix. Business & Development The Great Divide: How The Bay Bridge Changed Maryland Forever Our love-hate relationship with the stretch of metal and concrete, built 70 years ago this month. Find the Best in Baltimore Attorneys Dentists Doctors Restaurants Realtors More Camps Home Pets Retirement Schools Travel Wellness More from this Issue Food & Drink Where to Find the Best Soft Shell Crabs in Baltimore Our eternal affinity for a peculiar, primal delicacy. Arts & Culture GameChanger: Kira Wisniewski We catch up with the executive director of Art+Feminism. Food & Drink What to Drink With Crab Dishes This Summer Pro tip: the perfect pairing depends on how the crabs are being served. Food & Drink Crabs A Love Story: The Region’s Best Crab Houses, Soft Shells, and Crabby Dishes However you like to eat 'em, here's where to find your fix. Food & Drink Steak Tartare is All the Rage on Area Menus It seems the raw beef dish has become the new “it” appetizer. News & Community Though the Exterior of The Peale is Relatively Modest, The Story Inside Is Anything But Shuttered for much of the past quarter century, the museum officially reopens (again) on August 13 following a $5.5-million overhaul. News & Community Bob Swensen is Everyone’s First Call When Their Pet Goes Missing The Baltimore County native, known among canine-loving circles as the Lost Dog Guy, has assisted with 1,500 missing animal cases this past year alone. Food & Drink At Maillard Pastries in Hampden, Baking is Both Art and Science Fascinated by "how things work," pastry chef Caitlin Kiehl scratch-bakes everything from morning buns to chocolate-chip cookies to scones. Food & Drink Review: A Drink at The Last Penny is Money Well Spent The smallish Locust Point space feels brand new, but the spirit of the place is timeless. Arts & Culture Art Space: The Baltimore Boom Bap Society Moves to a New Home at Le Mondo The local hip-hop collective returns after a two-year hiatus. Arts & Culture Jerrell Gibbs’ Meteoric Rise in the Art World Painting the world he knows, Gibbs has earned an MFA, acquired representation through the Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, and solidified a reputation for his soulful portraiture that captures Black American life. News & Community The Great Divide: How The Bay Bridge Changed Maryland Forever Our love-hate relationship with the stretch of metal and concrete, built 70 years ago this month. Food & Drink Review: Mera Kitchen Collective Finds a New Home on Calvert Street The high-ceilinged, remarkably serene dining space offers worldly dishes prepared by the food co-op. Arts & Culture The List: July 2022 Mark your calendar for these upcoming events. Health & Wellness Exactly What Kind of Sun Protection Should We Be Applying This Summer? Mylène Nine, Spa Director of Timonium’s About Faces Day Spa & Salon, breaks down all of the sunscreen options for us. Style & Shopping Four Easy Accessory Trends to Revive Your Wardrobe This Summer Where to shop for pieces that will add a dash of dare and fun. Food & Drink Review: CookHouse in Bolton Hill Enjoys a Triumphant Return In the wake of the pandemic, chef-owner George Dailey revamped his all-day menu in favor of more casual, comforting fare for dinner service four nights a week. Arts & Culture D. Watkins’ Latest Book Examines The Toxic Masculine Culture in Which He Was Raised We caught up with the 'New York Times' best-selling author to discuss 'Black Boy Smile,' out now. Arts & Culture Zora’s Den Creates a Hub for Black Female Writers The writers' group is aimed at cultivating and celebrating “Black sisterhood” in Baltimore and beyond. News & Community UFO Sightings in Maryland Are More Common Than You Might Think Nine statewide sightings have already been reported this year alone, but it's believed that many more people witness these events than disclose them.