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Marvin Thorpe Teaches Swimming Lessons in His Backyard

Thorpe and his father have taught an estimated 15,000 people about water safety over the years.

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Local Flavor Live Podcast: We Can Have Our Cheesecake and Eat It Too

​After Gordon Biersch closes in Harbor East, we dish on some reliable chain restaurants around town.

Food & Drink

50 Best Restaurants

These spots are driven by a sense of passion and purpose that's evident from the moment we enter.

Arts District

New Homewood Exhibit Explores Ties Between 19th-Century Home Goods and the Environment

The exhibition examines 19th-century homeowners’ relationship to nature through various home items.


On The Town

The Best St. Patrick's Day Parties, Strolls, and Specials

Where to celebrate the Emerald Isle, Charm City-style.

The Chatter

‘The Diamondback’ Ends Print Edition After 110 Years

The University of Maryland newspaper became online-only this month.

Style & Shopping

How to Rock The Maximalist Fashion Trend

This spring, we're all about the more is more philosophy.

On The Town

Weekend Lineup: March 6-8

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

The Chatter

How Baltimore Officials Are Preparing to Combat Coronavirus

With three cases confirmed in Maryland, medical professionals are taking measures to fight back.


In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Bmore Licks; Catonsville Gourmet; Gordon Biersch

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.

Food & Drink

Review: R&R Taqueria

With its original location next to a gas station in Elkridge, the taco spot expands to Baltimore.

On The Town

Three Local Beverages That Celebrate the Women Who Created Them

For Women's History Month, sample local sips made by these female industry leaders.

MaxSpace

Movie Review: Emma.

Annoying period in the title notwithstanding, this film is a delight.

In Good Taste

Could a Crab Cake Shortage Be on the Horizon?

Fewer seasonal workers might mean less meat and higher prices.

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