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Editor's Corner: December 2018

Editor-in-chief Max Weiss previews the December 2018 issue of Baltimore magazine.

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Tiny Easel Provides Art in a Box for Budding Artists

The new kits express founder's love of watercolors and Baltimore landmarks.

Health & Wellness

The Two Pandemics

A Hopkins director connects the dots of COVID-19 and racism.

The Chatter

How to Make Your Kid’s Birthday Memorable This Year

Baltimore moms share valuable lessons for celebrating during the pandemic.


Education & Family

Teach Your Children Well

A mother of four struggles with how best to talk to her children about racism.

Arts & Culture

DDm Bares His Soul on ‘The Ballad of Omar’

Local rapper discusses his latest album, which shines light on the Black queer male experience.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: August 7-9

The best things to do with your Charm City weekend.

Arts District

How Artscape Prize Winner LaToya M. Hobbs Forged Her Own Path Into Fine Arts

Artist and MICA professor talks inspiration and plans for the $25,000 prize.

Food & Drink

Fancy Feast

Get your food to go and recreate the restaurant experience at home.


The Chatter

Early Risers Turn to Skateboarding as a Pandemic Pastime

Group of guys in their 30s and 40s spend mornings skating in Hampden’s Roosevelt Park.

The Chatter

Prying Eyes

Military-grade surveillance keeps watch over Baltimore and city protests, but catches few criminals.

News & Community

GameChanger: Bill Henry

We catch up with the future City Comptroller.

Home & Living

Here for the Long Haul

The changes you’ll need to age in place don’t have to be huge.

Travel & Outdoors

Talk of the Bay

Potomac-Chesapeake Dolphin Project surveys dolphins in about 14 square miles of the Potomac.

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