Food and Dining
Channel your inner Giada or Emeril at these area cooking programs
We pick our very favorite 45 places—and rank our top 10
Taharka Brothers sets its sights on restaurants
Towson dining goes upscale
This crab patty makes Baltimore proud
The old-school cocktail is making a comeback.
Economy be damned. This past year, Baltimore became a haven for new restaurants, many with impressive chefs in the kitchens. We expect these upstarts to have a big impact on next year’s “Best Restaurants” list. Old-timers would do well not to rest on their laurels. Here are the 10 new kids to watch.
Which Baltimore icon should win?
Jehanne Wake & Hanne Blank
Larry Hoffman, Shearwater, and The Polkats
An excerpt from Anne Tyler's upcoming novel
A gallery defies the conventions of a typical art space.
Nearly 40 years after its founding, a radical Catholic commune finds new allies
Thirty years ago, the Dunbar Poets were the greatest show on hardwood. A look back at that storied hoops team and the showdown that wasn’t with Calvert Hall.
We interview three local broadcasters who recently gave birth to twins.
Spring is all about new twists on classic femininity—the modern woman who can gather inspiration from the greatest eras and then add her own individuality. From the daring colors and prints of the ’50s and ’60s to the glistening metallics of the ’70s, it’s safe to say that bold chic never goes out of style.
Home and Garden
Two kitchen pros in an old house peel an onion to redo their own culinary space.
We went in search of metro-area nurseries and garden centers with unusual strengths—and we found plenty.
In a new memoir, a Baltimore couple tackles the challenges of renovating a historic home—and discovering their own hearts in the process.
Adding a touch of functionality to fashionable design.
The gear company goes back to its innovative roots with a new spring line.
The Incredibly True Adventures of the Baltimore Bachelorette
A nonprofit helps the homeless through running.