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Arts District

Social Media Creates More Accessibility in the Art World

Platforms like Instagram provide all patrons a front row seat to art exhibits.

Style & Shopping

Pyramid Dream

Multi-level marketing companies evolve with the 21st century.

Business & Development

In Good Company

A local power couple shares business advice through social media.

The Chatter

Oyin Handmade Featured in Facebook’s #SheMeansBusiness Campaign

Jamyla Bennu of the Baltimore-based beauty brand discusses how social media has changed her business.

Food & Drink

The Social Network

How food bloggers, Instagrammers, and Yelpers are shaping the local restaurant scene.

News & Community

Pet Project

Local pack of French bulldogs rise to social media stardom.

Charmed Life

Style File: The Bmore Creatives

Getting to know Lucie Camp and Alexa Gaines of the picturesque Instagram account.

News & Community

Justin Berk is Baltimore's Most Divisive Weather Man

Despite detractors, meteorologist Justin Berk is making it rain on social media.

The Chatter

Federal Hill House Party Video Goes Viral

Coordinated dance party to "All I Want For Christmas" spreads holiday cheer.

Health & Wellness

Top Docs 2014: Media Matters

For cancer patients, social media outlets have relegated suffering in silence to a thing of the past.

Food & Drink

#WhatsYourFilter

Baltimore magazine and Charm City Cook host an Instagram meet-up

News & Community

Local small-business owners start A’La Carte to foster collaboration

Small-business owners start group to share expertise and ideas.

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