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Leslie Stevenson's magical corner shop was part of the first wave of businesses that turned the neighborhood into a shopping mecca—and it continues to be one of its biggest draws.
Not everyone is enamored with an event that seemingly celebrates a white culture in a neighborhood that was once an enclave for white, blue-collar Baltimoreans.
Once a month, Hampden's Waverly Brewing Company transforms into an accessible country-western bash headlined by regional favorites.
Fascinated by "how things work," pastry chef Caitlin Kiehl scratch-bakes everything from morning buns to chocolate-chip cookies to scones.
Upscale consignment store on the border between Hampden and Roland Park continues to live up to its name.
Hampden wine bar brings a Spanish way of life to Baltimore.
Organic Chemistry carries on the environmentally conscious mission that the Hampden salon once held.
The restaurant is a passion project for The Local Fry's Liz and Kevin Irish.
What it means when we lose a beloved neighborhood anchor like Trohv.
Group of guys in their 30s and 40s spend mornings skating in Hampden’s Roosevelt Park.
A tribute to the beloved Hampden shop—which will close its doors next month—and the woman who created it.
The best (virtual) things to do with your Baltimore weekend.
What it’s like for merchants to debut their dream spaces in these challenging times.
We check in with area restaurants in these troubling times.
Julia Lieberman encourages her neighbors to hang artwork in their windows.
Owners prepare to unveil the renovated alleyway spot behind the Avenue.
After decades of spreading holiday cheer, the Miracle on 34th Street tradition shines on.
The Arthouse in Hampden strikes just the right balance.
Local fitness instructors offer gluten-free menu featuring pizzas, salads, and wraps.
Locally farmed oysters inspire every aspect of the Hampden seafood spot.
Dudley Roan Home Team places costumed rat in photos of latest listing.
Milagro on The Avenue specializes in fair trade clothing and crafts.