October 2019

Food & Drink

Eat Global

From Afghanistan to Vietnam, take a culinary journey around the world without ever leaving Baltimore.
Food & Drink

Eat Global

From Afghanistan to Vietnam, take a culinary journey around the world without ever leaving Baltimore.
 Photography by Christopher Myers
News & Community
Constant Gardener
As the times and terrain change, the Meyer Seed Company remains rooted in Baltimore.
 Photography by Christopher Myers
News & Community
Constant Gardener
As the times and terrain change, the Meyer Seed Company remains rooted in Baltimore.
 Photography by Mike Morgan
News & Community
No Shortage of Need
Here's proof you can pitch in to solve Baltimore's problems.
 Photography by Mike Morgan
News & Community
No Shortage of Need
Here's proof you can pitch in to solve Baltimore's problems.

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Style & Shopping

Mother of Geode

Rough-cut and bright, geode jewels are all the rage.

Home & Living

Flowers in the Frost

Here are some hardy outdoor plants for the season.

Home & Living

Scary No More

Jill Smokler’s mid-century rancher represents change in the best way possible.

Food & Drink

Hot Stuff

Chinese hot pots are all the rage.

News & Community

Constant Gardener

As the times and terrain change, the Meyer Seed Company remains rooted in Baltimore.

Style & Shopping

Top Ten With Jennifer Strunge

The artist and creator of Cotton Monsters shares her favorite things.

Food & Drink

Canton's Raw Bar and Raw & Refined Can Be Hard to Tell Apart

The overlaps run even deeper than the comically similar names.

Home & Living

Full House

Local destinations for furnishings with character.

Travel & Outdoors

Port of Call

Embark on an epicurean getaway to Portland, Maine.

Arts & Culture

Writing on the Wall

Artist Ernest Shaw pays homage to Toni Morrison at Graffiti Alley.

News & Community

No Shortage of Need

Here's proof you can pitch in to solve Baltimore's problems.

Health & Wellness

Guide to Facials

What to get and what to expect.

Food & Drink

Review: Fishnet

Fishnet is doing swimmingly in Mount Vernon Marketplace.

News & Community

Next Man Up

A local nonprofit celebrates ten years of providing for local student athletes.

Home & Living

Going for Un-Baroque

Once known for his high-end antiques, Mark Klatsky has transitioned to more streamlined looks.

Food & Drink

Radical Growth

As Red Emma’s turns 15, it has become a model for a number of worker co-ops in the city.

Health & Wellness

What to Expect from Your First Hypnotherapy Treatment

We catch up with hypnotist Robert Prokop from Wind Gate Wellness in Federal Hill.

Arts & Culture

Golden Years

In honor of The Modell Lyric's 125th anniversary, here are some of the theater's most noteworthy acts.

Food & Drink

Eat Global

From Afghanistan to Vietnam, take a culinary journey around the world without ever leaving Baltimore.

Food & Drink

Review: The Tilted Row

For a great gathering spot in Bolton Hill, head to The Tilted Row.

Home & Living

The Beauty Farm

Makeup artist Amie Decker builds her forever home on a family farm.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: October 2019

The latest from Rusty Tagliareni, Christina Mathews, and Jack Slocomb

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: October 2019

The latest from Joy Postell and Emma White.

Style & Shopping

Through the Ages

Delve into Baltimore's fashion-forward history at the Maryland Historical Society this month.

Arts & Culture

Dead Poet’s Society

Edgar Allan Poe continues to entertain and inspire Baltimoreans from beyond the grave.

Arts & Culture

Emma White Makes Waves in Nashville

The Baltimore-born country singer is an up-and-coming artist to watch.

Events

The List: October 2019

The hottest happenings around town this month.

Food & Drink

Cameo: Nancy Cohen

We talk to the owner of Eddie’s of Roland Park

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