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Design for Distancing Competition Aims to Revive The Beauty of Public Spaces

Forward-thinking social-distancing structures could be built in the city as early as this month.
The Chatter

Design for Distancing Competition Aims to Revive The Beauty of Public Spaces

Forward-thinking social-distancing structures could be built in the city as early as this month.
 Illustration by Joe Maccarone
News & Community
A World of Difference
What will the “new normal” look like in the COVID-19 era?
News & Community

A World of Difference

What will the “new normal” look like in the COVID-19 era?
The Chatter
Amid The Economic Chaos, Downtown Partnership’s New President Has a Plan
Shelonda Stokes was just named president after serving in an interim leadership role.
The Chatter

Amid The Economic Chaos, Downtown Partnership’s New President Has a Plan

Shelonda Stokes was just named president after serving in an interim leadership role.

Business & Development

Style & Shopping

Hampden Haven

Milagro on The Avenue specializes in fair trade clothing and crafts.

In Good Taste

Larder Chef Helena del Pesco Talks Intersection Between Food and Art

Trading San Francisco Bay for the Chesapeake Bay, the chef makes her mark in Old Goucher.

The Chatter

Baltimore Water Taxi Looks Toward the Future

Three years into being a Sagamore Ventures enterprise, the service is working on increasing visibility, riders, and its reach.


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Tax Cut Intended to Assist Poor Areas Will Benefit Kevin Plank and Goldman Sachs

ProPublica investigates “opportunity zone” tax breaks going to Port Covington.

On The Town

These Adorable Animals Call Local Shops Home

Pay these pets a visit at local stores, breweries, and makerspaces around town.

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Enoch Pratt Brings Digital Resources to Local Laundromats

Wash and Learn Initiative aims to provide resources to those without regular Internet access

Style & Shopping

Mixed Bag

Locally owned Composition Co. creates totes for the modern-day multi-tasker.

The Chatter

Warts and All, Pimlico Race Course is Venue for Enduring Memories

As we know by now, it might be one of the last times party buzz, betting, and horse racing come to Park Heights.

The Chatter

The Crumbling Tradition at “The Home of the Preakness”

Historic Pimlico Race Course continues to devolve as its future remains uncertain.


The Chatter

City Officials Express Concern Over Elon Musk’s Baltimore to D.C. Transit Plan

Before exploring intra-city transportation options, local leaders hope to address issues at home.

Arts District

Baltimore Tattoo Artists Share Their Stories

We sat down with some local artists to talk style, inspiration, and the local scene.

Health & Wellness

A New Leaf

After a successful first year, Maryland’s medical cannabis industry is growing fast. Here’s everything you need to know.

Health & Wellness

It’s High Time

Recreational marijuana in Maryland might not be a question of if, but when.

In Good Taste

Baltimore Restaurants Cope With Construction Throughout the City

Becoming less reliant on daily business, owners find new ways to appeal to customers.

Food & Drink

Hunger Games

With 11 restaurants and counting, Alex Smith, along with his brother Eric, is out to conquer the Baltimore dining scene.

In Good Taste

Five Things to Know About Broadway Market in Fells Point

For starters, one of the stalls officially opens today.

The Chatter

The Great Preakness Debate Enters the Political Homestretch

Pimlico or Laurel? Hearings begin today in Annapolis.

Food & Drink

Sacré Sucré Owners Share Love of Bake Shop and Each Other

Desserts are sacred at this haute pastry shop in Fells Point.

The Chatter

What to Expect from the Revitalization of Baltimore’s Historic Chinatown

Developers and community leaders plan a modern interpretation of the forgotten district.

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