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Ten of Many Reasons Why We Love Charm City

We revisit stories that make us proud to call ourselves Baltimoreans.

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Siblings Krishanti and Thiru Vignarajah Discuss Running for Office Side by Side

The sister and brother are vying for Maryland governor and Baltimore state’s attorney.

Arts District

Amy Sherald Unveils Portrait of Michelle Obama

The Baltimore artist was celebrated this morning at a ceremony in Washington D.C.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: The Walters Cafe; Darker Than Blue; Dimitri’s Tavern

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

Arts District

Baltimore Artist Amy Sherald To Paint Portrait Of Michelle Obama

Work to become part of the National Portrait Gallery's collection

The Chatter

Q&A with Krishanti Vignarajah

Native Baltimorean and Michelle Obama's former director of policy talks about saving Let Girls Learn.

Arts District

Towson Teen Honored With National Poetry Award at White House

We chat with 17-year-old Joey Reisberg, a 2016 inductee of the National Student Poet Program.

News & Community

Overheard at Valley View Farms, City Hall, and WTMD

Firsthand accounts of what's happening in Baltimore.

The Chatter

Good Day! And Don’t Forget to Vote!

First Lady Michelle Obama came to town to help get out the vote Monday.

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