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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.
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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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.
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.
 Mike Morgan
Home & Living
Cameo: Quida Chancey
We talk to the founder of Smalltimore Homes.
Home & Living

Cameo: Quida Chancey

We talk to the founder of Smalltimore Homes.

News & Community

The Chatter

NDMU Professor Reflects on Fire at Notre Dame Cathedral

Dr. Anne Henderson discusses the cathedral’s historical and religious significance.

News & Community

From Weeds to Waffles

A Baltimore transplant turns an outdoor chore into a community-building club.

The Chatter

Catonsville’s Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon Talks American Idol Fame

Towson University student has impressed the show’s judges with his wide vocal range.


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City Council Urges Pugh’s Immediate Resignation; Mayor Vows to Return

Meanwhile, Mayor’s 2020 campaign consulting organization severs ties.

Home & Living

Best Places to Live

We went in search of a dozen communities with unique personalities in and around the city.

The Chatter

Bowling Alley Returns to Shake & Bake in Latest Renovation

Ex-officio mayor Jack Young, former Colt Glenn Doughty, and others on hand to announce center’s mid-April opening.

The Chatter

Local Politicians React to Mayor Pugh’s Leave Announcement Amidst Scandal

City council members Zeke Cohen and Ryan Dorsey have called for Pugh’s resignation.

Arts & Culture

Cameo: Edward Doyle-Gillespie

We talk to “The Poet of the Baltimore Police Department”

Arts & Culture

D. Watkins Talks New Book ‘We Speak for Ourselves’

The New York Times best-selling author is back with another fresh take of life in East Baltimore.


Food & Drink

Women in the Craft Beer Industry

On the latest Baltimore Boomerang podcast, we revisit the perception of women in the craft beer industry.

Arts District

Why Afro House’s “Afro Punk Ballet” is Now Called “Cease & Desist Ballet”

Legal action from AFROPUNK has forced the local arts collective to reexamine its opera-ballet—and its own name.

The Chatter

Baltimore Streetcar Museum Rebuilds After CSX Train Derailment

The cleanup continues from an ironic and heartbreaking accident.

The Chatter

New Book Explores Extraordinary Life of Baltimore’s First Black City Councilwoman

Power of the Ballot chronicles life of civil rights leader Victorine Q. Adams.

Style & Shopping

My Top Ten With Brandon Scott

The city councilman shares his favorite things.

The Chatter

Amid Ethics Scandal, Catherine Pugh Returns $100,000 from Latest Children’s Book Deal

More University of Maryland Medical System board members resign.

Arts District

Jemicy School Theater Students Selected to Attend International Festival

The school’s performance of “Peter and the Starcatcher” earned them a coveted place at the festival this June.

The Chatter

Ronald McDonald House Charities Maryland Prepares to Open in Jonestown

We chat with president and CEO Sandy Pagnotti about the new Baltimore facility.

Arts & Culture

The Turning Point

A local dancer helps fellow trauma survivors reclaim their bodies—and their lives.

The Chatter

Catherine Pugh Resigns From UMMS Board Amid $500,000 Book Deal Controversy

Baltimore mayor earned $100,000 in profits in burgeoning ethics scandal.

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