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Inside This Issue:
HOME SWEET (VACATION) HOME | From Rehoboth to Deep Creek Lake, we take a peek at the second-home market. HOME & DESIGN AWARDS | For the second year in a row, Baltimore magazine honors the top design visionaries in Charm City. DREAM TEAM | The Orioles rebuild took a fantastical leap forward in 2023. They may be even better this year.


Man With a Plan

The eternal optimism of Thibault Manekin.

Man With a Plan

9 mins

SHOWER POWER

Locals let rain gardens soak up the storm.

SHOWER POWER

3 mins

THE SOFA QUEEN

Stuffed & Tufted’s Samantha Kuczynski relishes being the new face of upholstery.

THE SOFA QUEEN

6 mins

The Starting Gate

At long last, plans are underway for a new “Home of the Preakness.”

The Starting Gate

10+ mins

CLEANING UP CITY HALL

Baltimore is the second most corrupt federal jurisdiction in the country. Can a city with our history be reformed?

CLEANING UP CITY HALL

10+ mins

THE HOMECOMING

For one family, it was time to start living in their house, not just existing there.

THE HOMECOMING

5 mins

SUGAR RUSH

Baltimore gets a fresh batch of home-grown bakeries——and the line forms here.

SUGAR RUSH

10+ mins

GAMECHANGER SANDRA GIBSON

Executive Director, SNF Parkway Theatre & Maryland Film Festival

GAMECHANGER SANDRA GIBSON

3 mins

FROM THE GROUND UP

A new build gives a couple a house that finally feels like them.

FROM THE GROUND UP

6 mins

AFTER GLOW

KEY HIGHWAY

AFTER GLOW

3 mins

VIBRANT LIVING It's Your Move!

The region is rich in upscale downsizing options.

VIBRANT LIVING It's Your Move!

5 mins

HOME SCHOOL

Local makers help build an at-home classroom.

HOME SCHOOL

2 mins

POT COMMODITY

AMONG NEW CANNABIS PRODUCTS IS ONE THAT MIGHT CHANGE THE WAY MARYLANDERS SLEEP.

POT COMMODITY

4 mins

Buns Out

How a modest start-up became the toast of the town.

Buns Out

10+ mins

WON'T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR?

A shared crisis has a way of galvanizing relationships.

WON'T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR?

6 mins

GAMECHANGER PAIGE HERNANDEZ

Associate artistic director, Everyman Theatre

GAMECHANGER PAIGE HERNANDEZ

2 mins

THE ITALIAN JOB

After 107 years, Di Pasquale’s finds a new home in Brewers Hill.

THE ITALIAN JOB

10+ mins

Seeing Red

Does Congressman Andy Harris represent the future or end of the Maryland GOP?

Seeing Red

9 mins

BEHOLD THE COVID BUYING BOOM

HOW THE PANDEMIC HOUSING MARKET BECAME THE UNEXPECTED WINNER OF 2020

BEHOLD THE COVID BUYING BOOM

10+ mins

Animal Farm

The Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture is a largely unknown oasis on the edge of the city.

Animal Farm

10 mins

The Little State That Could

Delaware becomes a worthy destination——and not just because of Joe Biden.

The Little State That Could

7 mins

UNDER WATCH

The police "spy plane" experiment is over, but the growing surveillance of Baltimore continues.

UNDER WATCH

10+ mins

PIECE OF CAKE

A Homeland mom of four has her cake——and eats it, too.

PIECE OF CAKE

1 min

HOUSE OF SECOND CHANCES

Concept space showcases fresh looks for salvaged goods.

HOUSE OF SECOND CHANCES

5 mins

Prodigal Daughter

Lydia Chang, daughter of the famed chef Peter Chang, makes a name for herself with Canton’s NiHao.

Prodigal Daughter

9 mins

SOWING THE SEEDS

Experts share their tips for putting together the perfect community garden.

SOWING THE SEEDS

3 mins

SHELTER IN PLACE

Months stuck at home changed our design needs—maybe forever.

SHELTER IN PLACE

6 mins

FAMILY MATTERS

Interior designer Laura Hodges nails that work-life balance.

FAMILY MATTERS

6 mins

GAMECHANGER - ZEKE COHEN

City Councilman, educator, advocate

GAMECHANGER - ZEKE COHEN

2 mins

Boutique Blues

Five local retail shops share their COVID-19 woes.

Boutique Blues

10+ mins

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Baltimore magazine Magazine Description:

PublisherRosebud Entertainment L.L.C.

CategoryLifestyle

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Baltimore magazine is America's oldest city magazine, celebrating Baltimore since 1907. Whether Baltimoreans want to know which crabhouse has the best hardshells or whether they want to read award-winning feature stories about prominent people, arts and culture, and sports, they know that Baltimore magazine offers the best coverage of the city.

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