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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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The Birds Nest

Checking in with Orioles Pitcher Branden Kline

Awaiting MLB's return, Kline talks being a wine nerd, his terrible golf game, and his scene-stealing daughter.

Outside World

An Updated Guide to Getting Outside During COVID-19

With some stay-home orders lifted, here’s what you need to know about taking advantage the local great outdoors.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: May 15-17

The best (virtual) things to do in Baltimore this weekend,


In Good Taste

Without Reservation: Le Comptoir du Vin

We check in with area restaurants in these challenging times.

The Chatter

Hogan Lifts Stay-at-Home Order, Reopens Businesses

Modeling shows COVID-19 fatalities in Maryland could approach 4,000 people.

Food & Drink

Mt. Washington Tavern Pours One Out For The Preakness Stakes

Make your own Black-Eyed Susan with tips from owner Rob Frisch.

The Chatter

Maryland’s Anthony Cowan Ready for NBA Life – Whenever It Happens

One of the Terps’ pro prospects talks about the strangeness of this year so far.

The Chatter

Photo Essay: Baltimore in Black and White

Photographer and Hopkins researcher James Trudeau captures scenes from the pandemic.


Arts & Culture

Author Mary Rizzo Examines The Arts’ Role in Baltimore’s Identity

We talk to Rizzo about her new book, ’Come and Be Shocked.’

Food & Drink

Local Flavor Live Podcast: The Dos and Don'ts of Ordering Takeout

Handy tips to make the most of your carryout experience.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: May 8-10

The best (virtual) things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

In Good Taste

Without Reservation: Ben Lefenfeld of La Cuchara

We check in with area restaurants in these troubling times.

The Chatter

Hogan Closes Schools for the Year, Beaches Reopen

Ocean City opens its boardwalk and beach for Mother's Day weekend.

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