Find the Best in Baltimore Attorneys Dentists Doctors Restaurants Realtors More Camps Home Pets Retirement Schools Travel Wellness More from this Issue Arts & Culture Opera Still Thrives in Baltimore—You Just Don’t Know It With inclusive, innovative efforts, local companies refuse to let the curtain fall on Baltimore's opera scene—which dates back nearly three centuries. Health & Wellness Everything You Need to Know About Maintaining Your Brows We touched base with brow expert and aesthetician Crystal Swinder of The Browtender Studio to brush up on the latest brow tips and tricks. Food & Drink Review: Diner Latino Serves El Salvadoran Food Nearly 24/7 The Highlandtown spot offers a full menu of traditional Latin American comfort food, but you can't miss the deeply addictive, made-to-order pupusas. News & Community This Catonsville Entrepreneur Wants to Take the Uncertainty Out of Cannabis Summit Wellness owner Kalpesh Shah knows that dispensaries can be intimidating, so his goal is to make his shop as informative and accessible as possible. Arts & Culture Justine Barron’s New Book Presents the Fullest Story of Freddie Gray’s Death to Date In 'They Killed Freddie Gray: The Anatomy of a Police Brutality Cover-Up,' the independent journalist analyzes problems with the established narrative that Gray was fatally injured during a “rough ride.” Style & Shopping In Watermelon Sugar Celebrates 25 Years on the Avenue in Hampden Leslie Stevenson's magical corner shop was part of the first wave of businesses that turned the neighborhood into a shopping mecca—and it continues to be one of its biggest draws. Style & Shopping Four Baltimore-Area Tattoo Shops to Have on Your Radar Choosing a shop that aligns with your vision and comfort level is half the battle, so here's a mini rundown to help with your research. Food & Drink Review: Bunny’s, Buckets & Bubbles Offers Fun Food in Fells Point Known for coming up with quirky, original concepts, chef Jesse Sandlin has pulled yet another rabbit out of her hat. History & Politics In 2020, JHU Acknowledged Enslaved People Were Held at Clifton Mansion. The Reckoning Continues. Directed by professor and historian Martha Jones, the new Hard Histories initiative examines how racism has persisted over a century and a half at Hopkins. Arts & Culture Baltimore Improv Group Has a New Director—and a New Direction In its 19th year, the group is moving forward with its first woman of color leader and a beautiful new facade at its location next to The Charles Theatre. GameChangers GameChanger: Araba Maze We catch up with the founder of Storybook Maze—a local program intent on increasing literary access in underserved communities.