Food and Dining
We Pick Our 20 Favorite Crab Houses
<p>Local chocolatier finds a recipe for success.</p>
The local chain expands to Towson.
Another place gets a piece of the pie.
Baba’s Mediterranean Kitchen
Chill-out wines for alfresco dining.
<p>The old-time décor and impressive gastropub menu at The Fork & Wrench create a welcome modern-day throwback.</p>
How one local crabber followed his dream.
<p>Our picks for a great Independence Day.</p>
<p>A Hopkins dean commits to East Baltimore’s renewal.</p>
<p>Two of England's most storied teams square off in Baltimore.</p>
For 35 years, House of Ruth has been giving voice and hope to victims of domestic violence.
<p>Baltimore City College’s first class with women celebrates a 30th reunion.</p>
<p>As Michael Phelps embarks on his final Olympic lap, we chronicle his training leading up to London, his life in Baltimore, and his future outside of the pool.</p>
A local group of performers redefines the rock opera.
A local designer creates an on-the-go desk.
<p>Crabaret offers eating and altruism for the 10th year.</p>
<p>Why are we still trying to make soccer work in America?</p>
<p>Take a look around Toni Griswold's garden</p>
Milking a goat for fun? Why farmcations are a hot, new tourism trend.
Home and Garden
<p>2012 Baltimore Home Resource Guide</p>
<p>With the right species and a little TLC, your rose garden can be the envy of the ’hood.</p>
<p>After a slump in the industry, buyers are dipping their toes into pools again.</p>
Furniture-rehab experts know that for a tattered piece of upholstered furniture, beauty isn’t always skin-deep.
<p>Nonprofit Second Chance is settling quite nicely into its new home.</p>
<p>Free spirit meets silver spoon in Sloane Brown’s stunning Canton condo.</p>
A family-owned business knows what it takes to make it 45 years (and counting): honesty, a great selection, and moderate price points.
The Incredibly True Adventures of the Baltimore Bachelorette
Firsthand accounts of what’s happening in Baltimore.