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Home & Living

If These Walls Could Talk

For these five families, the homing instinct remains strong.

News & Community

Give It Away Now: More Ideas

It’s the season of giving, and there’s no shortage of need out there. That being the case, we thought we’d suggest some local organizations that do good work all year round and would certainly welcome an extra hand in making the holidays shine a little brighter for everyone.

Health & Wellness

The Water Cure

Is the vision of a swimmable, fishable harbor by 2020 a possibility? Or a pipe dream?

Food & Drink

Pick a Peck of Pickles

Local chefs and food purveyors jump on the brining bandwagon.

News & Community

College 101

The Insider's Guide To Local Schools

News & Community

Our Ship Has Come In

More than 300 years after its founding, business at the Port of Baltimore is booming.

News & Community

When the Castle Went Co-ed

Baltimore City College’s first class with women celebrates a 30th reunion.

Food & Drink

Baltimore Fourth of July Events

Our picks for a great Independence Day.

Health & Wellness

Mouth Guards

We went looking for the most highly regarded dentists in Baltimore and found 237 of them.

Travel & Outdoors

Events for 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812

Party On: 23 ways to celebrate

News & Community

The Last Stand of Roscoe Bartlett

Maryland's Oldest & Oddest Congressman Fights For His Political Life

Arts & Culture

Book/Smart

125 years after the Enoch Pratt Free Library opened, the egalitarian mission of its founder remains.

Best of Baltimore

Where the Civil War Began

How the Pratt Street Riot determined the course of the war.

News & Community

Articles of War

The Maryland Historical Society’s documents, weapons, and personal items offer a glimpse of the Civil War the way Marylanders lived it.

Best of Baltimore

Top Singles 2011: Where's the Love?

With our Top Singles along for the ride, we search for romance in this modern age.

Health & Wellness

Top Doctors 2010: Sick at the Beach?

Sick at the Beach?

Health & Wellness

Where The World Comes To Get Well

Inside Baltimore’s booming health-care tourism industry.

Travel & Outdoors

Beach Escape

Need a break? Here are three weekend scenarios for friends, families, and couples.

News & Community

The Hieronimus Code

Bob Hieronimus obsesses over symbols, esoteric teachings, and the paranormal. Is he the one who doesn’t get it—or are we?

News & Community

Family Matters

Tolerance and assumptions are tested when black families adopt white children.

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