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Editor’s Corner: April 2019

Editor-in-Chief Max Weiss previews the April 2019 issue of Baltimore magazine.

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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.

On The Town

Charm City Night Market Plots Bigger and Brighter Return in Second Year

The event highlighting Asian American culture is expanding its reach and ambition.


Charmed Life

Hanifa is the Baltimore Fashion Brand You Need to Know About Right Now

From showing at New York Fashion Week to styling Lizzo and Kylie Jenner, Hanifa is on the rise.

Arts & Culture

Culture Club

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

The Chatter

Protests Planned Ahead of Trump Visit to Baltimore Thursday

Groups will make voices heard outside of House Republican Retreat in Harbor East area.

Food & Drink

Local Flavor Live Podcast: Sharing Memories of The Dizz

Plus, adventures in napkin folding, The Helmand's 30th anniversary, and our best bites this week.

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?


The Chatter

As Hurricane Dorian Travels Up The Coast, Experts Assess Baltimore’s Storm Readiness

Taking stock of the city’s preparedness in the case of a major weather event.

Ravens Watch

Everything You Need to Be Excited About This Ravens Season

From new players to crab-dip-covered food at M&T Bank Stadium, there’s plenty to look forward to.

Style & Shopping

Tips for Revamping Your Fall Wardrobe

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

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: September 6-8

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

The Chatter

Getting to Halethorpe’s Guinness Brewery Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

A new bus route will make direct trips from downtown Baltimore to the facility.

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