Our annual compendium of the people and places that make Charm City great.
How the B.Willow owner is working toward conservation efforts for social media’s favorite plants.
Locals let the depressed landscape areas soak up the storm.
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Shine Creative's Jamie Campbell and Drury Bynum's Arcadia workspace.
Celebrate the 25th anniversary of America's favorite show with warm decor, and perhaps a meat trifle.
Eat, drink, and be merry with these three concepts for your seasonal soiree.
An epic Georgian estate in Hayfields, Hunt Valley’s premier golf course community
Here are some hardy outdoor plants for the season.
Jill Smokler’s mid-century rancher represents change in the best way possible.
Local destinations for furnishings with character.
Once known for his high-end antiques, Mark Klatsky has transitioned to more streamlined looks.
Wedding Solutions by Angel, LLC. is a one-stop service for all your styling needs for any special occasion.
Makeup artist Amie Decker builds her forever home on a family farm.
Dudley Roan Home Team places costumed rat in photos of latest listing.
Our annual roundup of the tops in dining, arts, service, media, and more.
TheFlatRate.com, a new business model, gives buyers and sellers fresh options.
Nelle Somerville brings her own (hot pink) vision to a historic Dickeyville living room.
Chef Cindy Wolf is coming to a kitchen near you.
Here's how to avoid the frustrations of building a healthy rose garden.
To this pop-up shop entrepreneur, local makers matter.
A favorite since the 1800s gets a DIY update with organic flavors and fresh colors.
A Roland Park blaze forever changes a family and their home.
Despite all the hurdles, why do some families choose to settle down in the city?
We talk to the founder of Smalltimore Homes.
This health guru, father, and nature-lover built a home to meet every need.
Bikram Yoga Baltimore’s Eddie and Emily Garner find the perfect balance in their kitchen.
Robert M. Long resurrected the family lighting company he nearly lost.
Liza Hathaway Matthews’ layered floral paintings have found their way into the world of textiles.