May 2018

Arts & Culture

The Music Issue

We celebrate 50 local artists to know right now.
Arts & Culture

The Music Issue

We celebrate 50 local artists to know right now.
 Sean Scheidt
Health & Wellness
Top Nurses 2018
Our fourth annual awards program salutes the front line of modern health care.
 Sean Scheidt
Health & Wellness
Top Nurses 2018
Our fourth annual awards program salutes the front line of modern health care.
 Matt Roth
Arts & Culture
For the Record
The resurgence of vinyl culture is on full view at the Arbutus Record Show.
 Matt Roth
Arts & Culture
For the Record
The resurgence of vinyl culture is on full view at the Arbutus Record Show.
 Marcos Chin
Arts & Culture
Variations on a Theme
Local institutions make classical music accessible—and relevant—in the 21st century.
 Marcos Chin
Arts & Culture
Variations on a Theme
Local institutions make classical music accessible—and relevant—in the 21st century.
 Christopher Myers
Arts & Culture
Kings of the Road
Future Islands makes it big but sticks to its Baltimore roots.
 Christopher Myers
Arts & Culture
Kings of the Road
Future Islands makes it big but sticks to its Baltimore roots.

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Health & Wellness

Of Sound Mind

Certified sound massage practitioner Elaine Wujcik discusses the ins and outs of this ancient practice.

Food & Drink

Animal Attraction

For local restaurants, it’s lions, and tigers, and bears, oh my!

Food & Drink

Magic Eye

After more than 40 years, Cat’s Eye Pub keeps on rockin’ in Fells Point.

Arts & Culture

The Beat Goes On

This bimonthly hip-hop gathering is everything that battle rap is not.

Health & Wellness

How to Get Fit If You Hate the Gym

Six activities that take the work out of workout.

Food & Drink

Sip Tips: May 2018

These wine and spirits picks are music to our ears.

Health & Wellness

Top Nurses 2018

Our fourth annual awards program salutes the front line of modern health care.

Food & Drink

Review: Emma's Tea Spot

Keep calm and visit Emma’s Tea Spot in Hamilton.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: May 2018

The latest work about The Wire and Maryland's musical history.

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: May 2018

The latest from Beach House and Caleb Stine.

Style & Shopping

Show Stoppers

No matter which concert venue you prefer, we have looks that are guaranteed to steal the show. ​

History & Politics

Trial By Fire

On May 17, 1968, two priests and seven Catholic activists set fire to Catonsville draft records, sparking a national wave of Vietnam War resistance.

Arts & Culture

For the Record

The resurgence of vinyl culture is on full view at the Arbutus Record Show.

Arts & Culture

Variations on a Theme

Local institutions make classical music accessible—and relevant—in the 21st century.

Arts & Culture

Kings of the Road

Future Islands makes it big but sticks to its Baltimore roots.

Arts & Culture

The Music Issue

We celebrate 50 local artists to know right now.

Food & Drink

Review: Chez Hugo Bistro

Steve Monnier’s Chez Hugo Bistro delights downtown with its focus on France.

Arts & Culture

Guitar Heroes

Two brothers run a little music store that could.

Style & Shopping

Craft a Perfect Mother's Day Picnic

This holiday, dine al fresco in the park with your favorite lady.

Sports

Track Star

Belinda Stronach wants to bring Preakness—and the horse-racing industry—into the 21st century.

Events

The Launch: May 2018

The 10 musts from this month's calendar of events.

Videos

Editor’s Corner: May 2018

Editor-in-chief Max Weiss previews the May issue of Baltimore magazine.

Arts & Culture

Caleb Stine Celebrates the Light of Love

The folk singer explores a new theme on his upcoming album, Moon.

Arts & Culture

Cameo: Lawrence Burney

The True Laurels editor discusses his local arts publication and the importance of covering his hometown.

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