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Editor's Corner: September 2017

Managing editor Max Weiss previews the September 2017 issue.

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Education & Family

Parenting in the City

Two moms share advice on raising a family in Baltimore City.

Sports

The Best Places to Catch the World Cup

With the World Cup taking over the international sports world, we give you a quick primer and the best places to catch the games.

Health & Wellness

Seven Sun-Repelling Products You Need In Your Beauty Rotation

Stay safe with this selection of broad-spectrum products that will keep your skin feeling forever young.


On The Town

Can't-Miss Events to Celebrate Baltimore Pride 2018

From pet parades to rainbow bike rides, here's how to spread the love this June.

The Chatter

We Break Down The New York Times Podcast on Race and Policing in Baltimore

In a five-part series, “The Daily” chronicles police corruption through the lens of a grieving family.

Arts & Culture

Summer Concert Guide

From local bands to national names, here are 30 sunset shows you can’t miss.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: June 2018

Dig into these reads about bipolar disorder and the civil rights movement.

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: June 2018

Listen to the latest from Todd Marcus and Snail Mail.


In Good Taste

Sophomore Coffee Wants to Bring Inclusive Atmosphere to Old Goucher This Fall

Coffee professional Kris Fulton brings a decade of experience to new shop.

Style & Shopping

Pyramid Dream

Multi-level marketing companies evolve with the 21st century.

Videos

Sights and Sounds of Hon Fest 2018

Hear from the crowd and the characters at this annual Hampden festival.

Arts District

TLC, Toots and The Maytals, and ZZ Ward to Headline Artscape 2018

This year's theme-less free arts festival lets local and national art shine.

News & Community

Darkest Hour

After a teen kills his father, a caring Bel Air woman gives him hope.

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We Break Down The New York Times Podcast on Race and Policing in Baltimore: In a five-part series, “The Daily” chronicles police corruption through the lens of a grieving family.

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TLC, Toots and The Maytals, and ZZ Ward to Headline Artscape 2018: This year's theme-less free arts festival lets local and national art shine.

Merritt Clubs Participates in the World’s Largest Swim Lesson: On June 21, these Baltimore-area gyms will teach water safety to 500 people.

Lou Catelli is Serious About Running for Mayor of Baltimore in 2020: The unofficial mayor of Hampden wants to be the official mayor of Baltimore.