Food and Dining
Twist and Shout about Screw-Cap Wines
Classic cocktail makes a comeback.
Forget the fancy fare, local chefs crave mom's comfort food.
Yellow Dog Tavern
Minato capitalizes on its many strengths, from maki to noodles, in new space.
Soft-shell crabs bring summer to our tables.
Juniors Wine Bar steps into Federal Hill spot with new digs.
To paraphrase the philosophers Travolta and Newton-John: summer livin' is a blast, but it happens so fast. So, to help you make the most of your Charm City summer, we present our 2008 City Guide. So, go ahead. Have a blast.
Parkville's Brandon Hardesty takes his acting from YouTube to Hollywood.
Old Songs, Bell & Cooper, and Marilyn Crispell
Locus, Carol Boston Weatherford, Sean Qualls, and Michael Chabon
For nearly a century, Baltimoreans have been painting window screens, a tradition that is alive and well.
Video Americain is about to celebrate its 20th year on Cold Spring Lane. Take that, Netflix!
For three new moms, infants bring blessings-as well as tears, fears, and a learning curve.
Mark Kresel crafts custom birdhouses for celebrities and gets a little something in return.
After 40 years of making a lot of money in real estate, Ed St. John is giving much of it away.
The local dog trainer on her BGE bill, a pit bull named Daisy, and why dogs don't gossip.
Dr. Michael Trush takes his case for cleaner communities out of the halls of academia and onto the streets.
Home and Garden
Some enchanted garden.
With a life steeped in the arts, the Baltimore Opera's Michael Harrison can't help but to put on a show-even in his own home.
New workout craze can spice up your routine.
James Cullen is the man behind the ubiquitous bumper stickers.