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Charm City Games Kicks Off Inaugural Year at Canton Waterfront Park

Rec and Parks-led initiative hopes to bring kids together in the name of friendly competition.
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Charm City Games Kicks Off Inaugural Year at Canton Waterfront Park

Rec and Parks-led initiative hopes to bring kids together in the name of friendly competition.
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What You Need to Know for Artscape 2019
A changing footprint, exciting exhibitions, and nods to the moon landing highlight annual festival.
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What You Need to Know for Artscape 2019

A changing footprint, exciting exhibitions, and nods to the moon landing highlight annual festival.
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A Month Before Woodstock, Led Zeppelin and The Guess Who Rocked the Laurel Pop Festival
Fifty years ago, music’s biggest names shared a stage in Laurel.
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A Month Before Woodstock, Led Zeppelin and The Guess Who Rocked the Laurel Pop Festival

Fifty years ago, music’s biggest names shared a stage in Laurel.

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Demolition of Baltimore City Detention Center Sparks Intense Debate

Demolition contract would see historic site razed and rehabilitation center installed in its place.

Travel & Outdoors

Into the Woods

A local bikepacking group connects marginalized riders.

Arts & Culture

And So Are You

Fluid Movement celebrates 20 years of community building and radical acceptance.


Arts & Culture

The Banksy of Baltimore

Reed Bmore has built a local following for his thought-provoking wire sculptures.

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Gerrymandering Decision Leaves Maryland Political Leaders Disappointed

After the Supreme Court ruling, calls for reform have increased on both sides of the aisle.

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Baltimore Museum of Art Debuts New Branch at Lexington Market

BMA partners with the market to provide art programs, presentations, and gatherings.

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Kamala Harris Campaign Staffers Adjust to Life in Baltimore

As Senator Kamala Harris’ campaign for president settles in, her staffers discover their new city.

Arts District

Where to Watch Outdoor Movies This Summer

From drive-in movies to waterfront features, catch these flicks around town.

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John Delaney Qualified for Presidential Debate. But Who is He?

Montgomery County businessman and former Maryland representative launched long-shot bid two years ago.

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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.

In Good Taste

Anthony Bourdain Honored With Local Dinners and Discussion

Bourdain Day sparks conversations of late chef’s legacy and mental health in the industry.

Home & Living

Cameo: Quida Chancey

We talk to the founder of Smalltimore Homes.

On The Town

Fourth of July Events to Spark Your Interest

Fill your Fourth of July with food, festivities, and—of course—fireworks.

Food & Drink

There Goes The Gayborhood

As LGBTQ-friendly bars close, we examine what safe spaces will look like in Baltimore.

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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.

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Back on Track

The Baltimore Streetcar Museum rebuilds from an ironic accident.

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Coming Clean

Baltimore’s “squeegee kids” have been a source of hot debate and off-and-on concern for decades.

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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Notre Dame Maryland Student Activist Wants to Change the Perception of Baltimore

Jamesha Caldwell has built a name for herself through her poetry and research.

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