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Science & Technology

GameChanger: Delali Dzirasa

We catch up with the chairman of Hack Baltimore.

Science & Technology

(N)ode to the Code

The Baltimore Node is home to a community of tech-minded creatives.

The Chatter

Maryland Natives Design On-Demand Car Wash Service

SpotWash received $100,000 grant from Emerging Technology Centers.

News & Community

Baltimore Visionaries

We profile 30 change-makers who are shaping the future of our city.

Science & Technology

Meeting of the Minds

Now in its sixth year, Baltimore Innovation Week continues to push the city’s tech scene forward.

Outside World

Girl Scouts Add New Badges Focused on Science, Tech, Math, and Engineering

New additions include robotics, programming, and mechanical design.

Home & Living

A Backyard Oasis

New technology and design trends are reinventing the backyard pool.

Home & Living

The Droids Are Coming

A few robots are making it into the home, and a slew more are on the way.

Travel & Outdoors

Have Phone, Will Travel

Local app creates connections in the heart of Baltimore.

Home & Living

Home Cyber Home

There are more options than ever to retrofit your abode with the latest tech gizmos.

Science & Technology

The Buddy System

Pikesville mom creates software for kids with reading difficulties.

The Chatter

Six Not-To-Miss Events at Baltimore Innovation Week

We preview highlights from the city's fourth annual celebration of the local tech scene.

Business & Development

Deb Tillett and John Davis

The ETC president and the Notice and Comment CEO talk tech incubators, the battle-ax as a symbol, and finding future entrepreneurs in West Baltimore.

Science & Technology

Mr. Meme

Reddit co-founder, Columbia native Alexis Ohanian, reflects on the website that changed the Internet.​

Travel & Outdoors

The 25 Best Travel Apps

Come on, get app-y with our picks for the top 25 travel apps.

News & Community

Then and Now: Baltimore magazine's website

A look back at almost 20 years on the web

News & Community

How the millennial generation and a new “sharing economy” are transforming the way cities function

How the millennial generation and a new “sharing economy” are transforming the way cities function.

Business & Development

High And Dry

A new product makes almost anything waterproof.

On The Town

O's home opener

A new concession company brings changes to Camden Yards.

News & Community

Power

Who has it. Who's lost it. And how to get it.

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