September 2019

Travel & Outdoors

Wild Wonders

Six stunning places to experience the East Coast’s greatest great outdoors this fall.
Travel & Outdoors

Wild Wonders

Six stunning places to experience the East Coast’s greatest great outdoors this fall.
 Photography by Sean Scheidt
Style & Shopping
Color Theory
We're coloring outside the lines with our favorite fall styles in offbeat hues.
AVAILABLE IN PRINT ONLY UNTIL 2019-09-23
 Photography by Sean Scheidt
Style & Shopping
Color Theory
We're coloring outside the lines with our favorite fall styles in offbeat hues.
AVAILABLE IN PRINT ONLY UNTIL 2019-09-23
 Director and Curator Julie Rose at Homewood Museum Photography by Christopher Myers
Arts & Culture
Telling the Whole Story
Museums and historic homes enrich the present by grappling with their own difficult pasts.
AVAILABLE IN PRINT ONLY UNTIL 2019-09-16
 Director and Curator Julie Rose at Homewood Museum Photography by Christopher Myers
Arts & Culture
Telling the Whole Story
Museums and historic homes enrich the present by grappling with their own difficult pasts.
AVAILABLE IN PRINT ONLY UNTIL 2019-09-16
 Illustration by Paul Lachine
Sports
Head in the Game
Brain diseases have shortened the lives of many of the city's beloved former Baltimore Colts. Can football survive CTE?
 Illustration by Paul Lachine
Sports
Head in the Game
Brain diseases have shortened the lives of many of the city's beloved former Baltimore Colts. Can football survive CTE?

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Lazy Afternoon

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Review: Noona's

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News & Community

Fresh Faced

The Enoch Pratt Central Library prepares for its grand reopening.

Sports

Bugle Player

Former Baltimore Elite Giant Roy Campanella led the team to their first Negro National League title.

Arts & Culture

Culture Club

For 15 years, Henry Wong and An die Musik have been quietly making music history in Mt. Vernon.

Sports

Head in the Game

Brain diseases have shortened the lives of many of the city's beloved former Baltimore Colts. Can football survive CTE?

Style & Shopping

Style Hacks

Local fashion connoisseurs share their seasonal faves—and how to style them.

Food & Drink

Review: Keystone Korner

Harbor East's new jazz and supper club, Keystone Korner, strikes the right note.

Arts & Culture

Can't Miss Fall Arts Events for 2019

Round out your fall arts experience with film, literature, exhibits, theater, music, and more.

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: September 2019

The latest from Lower Dens and Eze Jackson.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews September 2019

Featured reads from Rob Hiaasen and Sarah Pinsker.

Events

The List: September 2019

The hottest happenings around town this month.

Travel & Outdoors

Wild Wonders

Six stunning places to experience the East Coast’s greatest great outdoors this fall.

Arts & Culture

Sarah Pinsker Talks Themes of Technology and Identity in Debut Novel

Pinsker's "A Song for a New Day" imagines a Baltimore where public gatherings are outlawed.

Health & Wellness

Cameo: Lola Manekin

We talk to the founder of Movement Lab in Remington.

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We Choose Explores Black Womanhood in Fells Point: The new exhibit features works by emerging black female artists at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Museum.

Greedy Reads Plans Remington Expansion for Late Fall: The Fells Point bookstore will open its second location in a space across from R. House.

Ami Dang Uses Music to Transcend Boundaries: The local artist’s new record explores her Indian heritage and intersectional identity.

New Club Brings Together Baltimoreans With Shared Dining Interests: As it develops, the Baltimore Supper Club hopes to bridge neighborhood gaps.

Reopening of Harlem Park Recreation Center Marks a New Beginning: The West Baltimore hub is back, serving as a model for future Rec and Parks projects.