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The Revivalist

Bill Struever remade Baltimore’s harbor neighborhoods. His second act may be more dramatic.

Arts & Culture

Antero Pietila Discusses The Ghosts of Johns Hopkins

The writer examines how Hopkins’ wealth influenced Baltimore long after his lifetime.

News & Community

Are We Still Charm City?

We wrestle with the complicated legacy of our town’s most enduring nickname.

Home & Living

Blurred Lines

The many complexities that arise when you’re a city of neighborhoods.

Outside World

First New Street Unveiled in Port Covington

Pedestrian-only Rye Street runs only 190 feet, but offers public access to waterfront.

News & Community

To the Future

A look at the people, places, and trends that will shape the city.

News & Community

City asks architecture firm Ayers Saint Gross to design a new plan for the Inner Harbor

City asks architecture firm Ayers Saint Gross to design a new plan for the Inner Harbor.

News & Community

20 Events of 2013: Harbor Point project moving forward, despite controversy

Edited by Max Weiss

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