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In honor of our October tacos issue, we see which staff member can take the heat.

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Weekend Lineup: July 13-15

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Little Bird Coffee Bar; Guinness Brewery; Charm Kitty Cafe

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

In Good Taste

Most Mouthwatering Dishes You’ll Find at the Baltimore Caribbean Festival

From jerk chicken to fresh roti, get a taste of the islands at this two-day event.


Arts & Culture

Living Legend

Anne Tyler talks about gun violence, writing inspiration, and her latest novel Clock Dance.

Arts District

Wickerham and Lomax Generate Dialogue for Creatives in New Reginald F. Lewis Installation

The 2015 Sondheim prize winners visually depict the messiness of creative work in new exhibit.

Style & Shopping

Tough as Nails

Power Nails Decals brings culturally celebratory nail art to the masses.

In Good Taste

Peter's Inn Hopes to Reopen in Late August After Fire

Neighborhood establishes GoFundMe page to help the restaurant get back up and running.

MaxSpace

Movie Review: Skyscraper

Escapist popcorn flick leans into its own silliness.


Health & Wellness

Survival Skills

Marvin Thorpe teaches swim lessons in his Windsor Mill backyard.

Arts District

The Maryland Science Center and Believe In Music Halloween Party Returns With Epic Lineup

Headliners include Dan Deacon, J Pope and the HearNow, and Electric Love Machine.

In Good Taste

Why the Service Industry is Hard on Your Mental Health

Working in restaurant kitchens and bars can be hazardous, but there’s also hope on the horizon.

The Chatter

Alexa, Does this Make Me Look Old?

Recently, like many parts of my body, my confidence in fashion has sagged.

Arts & Culture

Music Reviews: July 2018

The latest from the High & Wides and ​Lafayette Gilchrist & The New Volcanoes.

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