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On The Town

Drink Trends to Look Out For in 2019

From cannabis-infused drinks to entirely new sub-categories, this should be a wild year for craft beverages.

The Chatter

Four Reasons Maryland Men’s Basketball Is So Hot Right Now

The Terps are back in the national Top 25. It’s time to start paying attention.

Arts District

Creative Alliance to Host Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest Preview

Night of short films will center around black females as protagonists.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: January 18-20

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: The Urban Burger Bar; Charmed; Dining Deals for Furloughed Workers

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.


The Chatter

Hogan Pitches Moderate, Anti-Trump Approach at Second Inauguration

Republican governor invokes former President George H.W. Bush, former Sen. John McCain, and his father in address.

Food & Drink

Sugar, Sugar

Mt. Vernon gem Sugarvale is beautiful from floor to ceiling

Arts District

BSO Musicians Face Uncertainty As Contracts Expire

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is struggling financially, but musicians say a shorter season is not the answer.

Home & Living

Dylan Myers Paves His Own Path

Dylan Myers is a furniture designer with a concrete plan.

The Chatter

Women Legislators Emerge in Record Numbers

Nonprofit Emerge Maryland identifies and trains women seeking political office in the state—and it’s working.

Arts District

A Guide to Baltimore Museums

Science, art, and history abound at the city’s many cultural institutions.

Arts District

The Soap Myth Examines Holocaust Horrors and History

Ed Asner and Baltimore-born playwright Jeff Cohen discuss script and Jewish experience.

The Chatter

Maryland Residents Turn Furlough Lemons Into Lemonade

Government employees express frustrations but resilience amid federal shutdown.

News & Community

Vested Interest

DeRay Mckesson is a nationally recognized civil rights activist. Will he become a leader in Baltimore?

Arts District

Dan Deacon Ready to Make His Meyerhoff Debut

The classically trained electronic musician discusses his upcoming BSO Pulse performance on Thursday.

The Chatter

Seven Ways to Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Celebrate the life and legacy of the influential Civil Rights leader.

Home & Living

Heart of the Home

A Homeland kitchen addition makes space for family dinner.

MaxSpace

Movie Review: On the Basis of Sex

Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic has some stirring moments, but the documentary is better.

Arts District

Culture Club: Roxane Gay at Loyola, Dan Deacon and the BSO, Jim Jones Plays

Our monthly roundup of openings, events, and news from the art world.

Health & Wellness

Beauty Defined

Your guide to the trendiest beauty buzzwords.

MaxSpace

Movie Review: The Upside

Inevitable, but utterly unnecessary remake of a French box office smash.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Twisted Teahouse; Mera Kitchen Pop-Up; Pasta Mista

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: January 11-13

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

Arts District

Billy Joel to Play First-Ever Camden Yards Concert

In a partnership with LiveNation and the Orioles, the Piano Man will perform at the stadium in July.

Food & Drink

Disco Fever

Italian Disco hits the right notes.

History & Politics

Bootleg Bunch

During Prohibition, the still-going Joseph Kavanagh Company turned from coppersmithing to bootlegging.

In Good Taste

Why Baltimore Restaurant Week Feels More Important Than Ever

Despite recent closures, industry looks forward to starting 2019 on a high note.

The Chatter

Governor Larry Hogan Announces New Initiative to Combat Violent Crime

A Violent Crime Joint Operations Center will open in Baltimore City.

Arts & Culture

Working Through It

WombWork Productions uses theater to teach and empower.

The Chatter

New Police Commissioner Should Have an Easy Transition to Baltimore

Michael Harrison will report on January 8 to lead the Baltimore Police.

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