October 2015

 Removing walls separating the kitchen from the dining and living areas created an open, light-filled floor plan.Photography by Vince Lupo
Home & Living
Style For Life
A Baltimore County home gets a makeover for an owner’s modern tastes and retirement needs.
 Removing walls separating the kitchen from the dining and living areas created an open, light-filled floor plan.Photography by Vince Lupo
Home & Living
Style For Life
A Baltimore County home gets a makeover for an owner’s modern tastes and retirement needs.
 Hoffberger leans against a support for her front porch, which she revamped with a nod to her love of nature; In the den, the first painting Hoffberger ever bought—by Martha Macks—hangs above two antique “potty chairs." Photography by Cory Donovan
Home & Living
The Accidental Abode
What Rebecca Hoffberger’s home lacks in architectural style, it more than makes up for in décor.
 Hoffberger leans against a support for her front porch, which she revamped with a nod to her love of nature; In the den, the first painting Hoffberger ever bought—by Martha Macks—hangs above two antique “potty chairs." Photography by Cory Donovan
Home & Living
The Accidental Abode
What Rebecca Hoffberger’s home lacks in architectural style, it more than makes up for in décor.
Food & Drink
Prime Time
The Prime Rib celebrates 50 years of business in Baltimore.
Food & Drink
Prime Time
The Prime Rib celebrates 50 years of business in Baltimore.
Arts & Culture
Fall Arts Preview
In a season packed with much to see, hear, and do, we’ve selected a few arts events you should experience.
Arts & Culture
Fall Arts Preview
In a season packed with much to see, hear, and do, we’ve selected a few arts events you should experience.
Arts & Culture
Music For The People
On the brink of its 100th anniversary, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra explores its legacy.
Arts & Culture
Music For The People
On the brink of its 100th anniversary, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra explores its legacy.

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