October 2018

Food & Drink

Let’s Do Brunch

Rise early, or sleep late—either way, kick off the covers and head to one of our 30 best brunch spots for this ritualistic repast.
Food & Drink

Let’s Do Brunch

Rise early, or sleep late—either way, kick off the covers and head to one of our 30 best brunch spots for this ritualistic repast.
Travel & Outdoors
The Shape of Water
The last vestige of a vanished fleet lives on through the art of Chesapeake boatbuilding.
Travel & Outdoors
The Shape of Water
The last vestige of a vanished fleet lives on through the art of Chesapeake boatbuilding.
Home & Living
Shine On
Holiday entertaining is all about adding touches of cheer and sparkle to our otherwise humble abodes.
Home & Living
Shine On
Holiday entertaining is all about adding touches of cheer and sparkle to our otherwise humble abodes.
Food & Drink
The Wizard of Wine
Robert Parker, the father of modern wine criticism, ages like fine wine.
Food & Drink
The Wizard of Wine
Robert Parker, the father of modern wine criticism, ages like fine wine.
Home & Living
Modern Classic
A decades-old design plan finally finds its home.
Home & Living
Modern Classic
A decades-old design plan finally finds its home.
 Frank Hamilton
History & Politics
Likable Larry
Improbably, Larry Hogan is the second-most-popular governor in the country. But is he good for Baltimore?
 Frank Hamilton
History & Politics
Likable Larry
Improbably, Larry Hogan is the second-most-popular governor in the country. But is he good for Baltimore?

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Food & Drink

Small But Mighty

Italian-inspired Little Bird Coffee Bar gets all the details right.

Food & Drink

Review: Vinny’s Italian Café

This hidden gem serves simple, rich, and traditional Italian food.

Arts & Culture

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Travel & Outdoors

The Shape of Water

The last vestige of a vanished fleet lives on through the art of Chesapeake boatbuilding.

Health & Wellness

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Arts & Culture

What’s In The Box?

Hunt A Killer delivers murder mysteries to subscribers’ doors.

News & Community

Know Them By Their Fruits

The beautiful First Unitarian Church in Mt. Vernon opened 200 years ago this month.

Home & Living

Shine On

Holiday entertaining is all about adding touches of cheer and sparkle to our otherwise humble abodes.

Arts & Culture

Learning Curve

Maker spaces transform you—whether blacksmith, potter, or jeweler—from novice to master.

Food & Drink

The Wizard of Wine

Robert Parker, the father of modern wine criticism, ages like fine wine.

Style & Shopping

Precious Stones

Local jewelry maker channels the islands with her simplistic design.

Food & Drink

Review: Cured Table & Tap

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Arts & Culture

From Palates to Palettes

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Home & Living

Modern Classic

A decades-old design plan finally finds its home.

Home & Living

Design Distillery Sells Decor Ideal for the Baltimore Rowhome

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Science & Technology

Collision Course

Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Labratory plans to crash a spacecraft into a near-Earth asteroid. NASA hopes it works.

Style & Shopping

Pink Slip

The rosy color palette has left its Barbie days in the past and has proven to be just as multifaceted as your favorite neutral.

Videos

Three Delicious Brunch Cocktails from Of Love & Regret

In celebration of our October issue, Of Love & Regret shows off drinks from its brunch cocktail menu.

Food & Drink

Review: Jazz + Soju

A new spot in Locust Point offers a winner of a chicken dinner.

Home & Living

Houses Have DNA, Too

Uncovering your home’s history has never been easier.

Food & Drink

Midnight Brunchies

Local brunch-lovers host a bimonthly dining experience.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: October 2018

The latest from Kondwani Fidel and Marion Winik.

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: October 2018

The latest from Butch Dawson and Crack the Sky.

Events

The List: October 2018

The hottest happenings around town this month.

Videos

Editor's Corner: October 2018

Editor-in-chief Max Weiss previews the October 2018 issue of Baltimore magazine.

Arts & Culture

Cameo: Katie Marquette

We talk with the host and producer of The Noir and Bizarre podcast.

Arts & Culture

No Filter

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History & Politics

Likable Larry

Improbably, Larry Hogan is the second-most-popular governor in the country. But is he good for Baltimore?

Arts & Culture

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John Waters shares highlights from his upcoming Baltimore Museum of Art retrospective.

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