Travel & Outdoors Call of the Wild A polarizing pastime, could hunting be an ethical way of life in the modern world? Home & Living How to Holiday 'Tis the season for celebrations big and small. Find the Best in Baltimore Attorneys Dentists Doctors Restaurants Realtors More Camps Home Pets Retirement Schools Travel Wellness More from this Issue Travel & Outdoors Call of the Wild A polarizing pastime, could hunting be an ethical way of life in the modern world? Food & Drink Three Sips to Serve With Your Thanksgiving Feast This Year No matter who's sitting at your table, we've got you covered. Food & Drink Local DJ Mike Jointz Opens Cheezy Mike’s in Mt. Vernon Marketplace Get to know the Baltimore International College grad who is elevating late-night comfort food. Arts & Culture Rosalia Scalia’s Stories Focus on Ordinary Characters and Their Imperfect Relationships Little Italy native discusses her debut collection, 'Stumbling Toward Grace,' released on Nov. 9. Food & Drink Review: Venice Tavern’s Second Location Retains Character of the First The original Highlandtown landmark, opened in 1933 upon the repeal of Prohibition, inspired a Little Italy sequel. Home & Living At One With Nature A couple transforms a typical suburban home into a study in sustainable living. Food & Drink Review: Cyrus Keefer Takes Over The Red Star The peripatetic chef has settled in the Fells Point kitchen, where he’s been turning out pizzas, homemade pastas, and intriguing small and large plates for the past year. Food & Drink Codetta Bake Shop Gets Boost from Program Designed to Help Black Entrepreneurs With the grant from Downtown Partnership, owner Sumayyah Bilal expects to open a bakery in Charles Street’s central business district fairly soon. Education & Family GameChanger: Dorie Fain We catch up with the CEO of &Wealth. History & Politics Between a Rock and a Hard Place Political headwinds and city’s high homicide count are challenging the 37-year-old mayor’s plans to improve public safety. Events The List: November 2021 Mark your calendar for these upcoming events. Home & Living How to Holiday 'Tis the season for celebrations big and small. Food & Drink At Liora, Baltimore’s First All-Vegan Fine-Dining Spot, You’ll Never Miss the Meat Everything is illuminated at the new restaurant inside 414 Light Street. News & Community Last Mile Park Illuminates the East Side The community-led project will bridge the one-mile stretch that divides neighborhoods along the Gay Street corridor with an infusion of “light art.” Food & Drink Gin o’ Clock The long-awaited gin boom is here, and it’s about time. Health & Wellness In It For The Long Haul Will long COVID change the way Western medicine treats chronic health conditions? Style & Shopping The Corner Shop Tortuga, Julie Bent’s neighborhood gem, is curated goodness. Food & Drink Review: The Milton Inn Gets Reimagined Everything old is new again at the iconic Sparks restaurant. News & Community Christina Flowers Has a Street-Smart Philosophy for Housing Baltimore’s Homeless Through the Real Care Providers Network, the minister is aiding those who are currently unhoused across the city. Home & Living Houseplant Collective Ten of the most delightful plant shops around. Arts & Culture Eyes on the Prize Allowing young people to lead the way, Wide Angle Youth Media has made a name for itself as a local production house.