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Baltimore's Most Spirited Halloween Parties, Performances, and Events

From drag shows to silent discos, there's plenty of spooky fun in store.
Events

Baltimore's Most Spirited Halloween Parties, Performances, and Events

From drag shows to silent discos, there's plenty of spooky fun in store.
Travel & Outdoors
Wild Wonders
Six stunning places to experience the East Coast's greatest great outdoors this fall.
Travel & Outdoors

Wild Wonders

Six stunning places to experience the East Coast's greatest great outdoors this fall.
Food & Drink
Eat Global
From Afghanistan to Vietnam, take a culinary journey around the world without ever leaving Baltimore.
Food & Drink

Eat Global

From Afghanistan to Vietnam, take a culinary journey around the world without ever leaving Baltimore.

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The Chatter

Jack Young Hopes to Continue Pushing Agenda With Mayoral Run

Amidst an expected announcement that he will seek election in 2020, we examine his initiatives.

The Chatter

Visions for Harborplace Discussed Among Local Architects

Plans address recreation, transportation, and connectivity to other waterfront neighborhoods.

On The Town

How to Customize Your Brilliant Baltimore Experience

Our activity-based guide to the first-of-its-kind festival taking over the Inner Harbor November 1-10.


Style & Shopping

Mother of Geode

Rough-cut and bright, geode jewels are all the rage.

The Chatter

What to Know About New Under Armour CEO Patrik Frisk

Current founder and CEO Kevin Plank steps down to take executive chairman position.

Arts District

Center Stage's 'Thoughts of a Colored Man' Explores Nuances of Black Masculine Identity

Playwright Keenan Scott II shares his inspiration for the piece running through November 10.

Home & Living

Flowers in the Frost

Here are some hardy outdoor plants for the season.

Home & Living

Scary No More

Jill Smokler’s mid-century rancher represents change in the best way possible.


Food & Drink

Hot Stuff

Chinese hot pots are all the rage.

Food & Drink

Local Flavor Live Podcast: Exploring Baltimore's Lost Restaurants

Suzanne Loudermilk, co-author of 'Lost Restaurants of Baltimore,' joins us to discuss her new book.

The Chatter

What to Know About the Maryland Cycling Classic Coming September 2020

For starters, Baltimore's pro cycling event will be more than 100 miles long.

The Chatter

Former Baltimore Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro III, Brother of Nancy Pelosi, Dies at 90

Known as “Young Tommy,” D’Alesandro III presided over the city during tumultuous period, including the ’68 riots.

News & Community

Constant Gardener

As the times and terrain change, the Meyer Seed Company remains rooted in Baltimore.

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Cardinal Art Walks Explore Works Outside of the Gallery's Bolton Hill Walls: The ongoing fall exhibition is meant to make participants see the city in a new way.

History of Baltimore's Bygone Synagogues Captured in New Plein Air Art Exhibit: Collection of oil paintings on view at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation through October 28.

The Mare Projects Connects Communities in the African Diaspora: Works from their first-ever residency program will be on display at Gallery CA.

What the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s One-Year Agreement Means For its Musicians: After a tension-filled absence, the BSO’s 104th season will open this weekend.

New City Council Bill Could Ban Plastic Bag Use Across Baltimore: A vote next week could set in motion a bill that reaches the mayor’s desk.

Food & Drink

 Photography by Kate Grewal
Food & Drink

Hot Stuff

Chinese hot pots are all the rage.
 Haussner's Restaurant, 1984Reprinted with permission of The Baltimore Sun Media Group. All Rights Reserved.
Food & Drink

Local Flavor Live Podcast: Exploring Baltimore's Lost Restaurants

Suzanne Loudermilk, co-author of 'Lost Restaurants of Baltimore,' joins us to discuss her new book.

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The Chatter

Visions for Harborplace Discussed Among Local Architects

Plans address recreation, transportation, and connectivity to other waterfront neighborhoods.
 Baltimore Book Festival
On The Town

How to Customize Your Brilliant Baltimore Experience

Our activity-based guide to the first-of-its-kind festival taking over the Inner Harbor November 1-10.
The Chatter

Former Baltimore Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro III, Brother of Nancy Pelosi, Dies at 90

Known as “Young Tommy,” D’Alesandro III presided over the city during tumultuous period, including the ’68 riots.

Arts & Culture

 Baltimore Book Festival
On The Town

How to Customize Your Brilliant Baltimore Experience

Our activity-based guide to the first-of-its-kind festival taking over the Inner Harbor November 1-10.
 Photography by Michael Davis via Baltimore Center Stage
Arts District

Center Stage's 'Thoughts of a Colored Man' Explores Nuances of Black Masculine Identity

Playwright Keenan Scott II shares his inspiration for the piece running through November 10.
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MaxSpace

Movie Review: Pain and Glory

Almodóvar’s most personal film is also his most subdued

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Style & Shopping

 Photography by Christopher Myers
Style & Shopping

Mother of Geode

Rough-cut and bright, geode jewels are all the rage.
 Photography by Christopher Myers
Style & Shopping

Top Ten With Jennifer Strunge

The artist and creator of Cotton Monsters shares her favorite things.

Health & Wellness

 Co-owner Shariff Roberts serves up sandwiches at Treehouse Cafe. @treehousecafemd via Instagram
In Good Taste

Treehouse Cafe and Juice Bar Replaces Prime Corner in Hampden

Local fitness instructors offer gluten-free menu featuring pizzas, salads, and wraps.
 Illustrations by Danielle Dernoga
Health & Wellness

Guide to Facials

What to get and what to expect.

Sports

 Baltimore's pro cycling Bike Jam/Kelly Cup in 2017. Shutterstock
The Chatter

What to Know About the Maryland Cycling Classic Coming September 2020

For starters, Baltimore's pro cycling event will be more than 100 miles long.
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The Birds Nest

The Orioles Aren’t Moving Out of Town, But They Have a Long Way To Go

Putting a wrap on relocation rumors and the O’s predictable 2019 season.
 Photography by Rob Smith/Ripken Foundation
The Chatter

Brooks Robinson "Field of Dreams" is Now a Reality in West Baltimore

The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation unveils new field at Frederick Douglass High School.

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