How can I Freshen up my Look for Spring?
With spring almost upon us, what better time to turn over a new beauty leaf? To fill us in on the latest products and trends, we turned to Amie Decker of the Maryland-based Amie Decker Beauty. A...
<p><span>The perfect place for your little ones is out there—but it’s going to take a lot of work to find it. </span></p>
As a first-time mom, Pam Carr spent her pregnancy receiving lots of advice from friends, family, acquaintances—even virtual strangers. And they all agreed on one thing.
“Everyone told me when I...
The new portable backup battery has the power you need to keep your smart phones juiced up.
Never worry about being stranded with low battery life (the horror!) with this backup battery for your iPhone that’s tiny enough to fit in your purse or pocket. Power Mate Plus for J.Crew portable...
The folks at Greenmount Loan & Jewelry put cash in hands and smiles on faces.
The mood inside 3118 Greenmount Avenue is downright festive on a recent Monday afternoon. A steady stream of regular customers comes through the door to chat up the proprietor about yesterday’s...
<p>After a slump in the industry, buyers are dipping their toes into pools again.</p>
Sometimes, people just get tired of worrying about the economy, and say “to hell with it.” And that seems to be what’s happening in the pool business: There’s pent-up demand that’s finally driving...
Let’s face it: For a least a century, Baltimore has had something of an inferiority complex. Maybe it’s because our location makes it too easy to compare us to those bigger places, like D.C., Philly...
<p>A Hampden gallery proves hippie posters are works of art.</p>
Mesmerized, Glen Trosch gazed at—and on some level into—a Grateful Dead concert poster.
To Trosch, then a 20-year-old Baltimorean in San Francisco to see his favorite band perform on New Year’s Eve...
<p>A new erotic novel is sweeping up Baltimore Women</p>
Ah, the beauty of e-readers: The person sitting next to you could be scrolling through anything: a crime novel, a recipe book, or the latest in erotica fiction.
The latter is certainly the case with...
<p>Taking time between high school and college has become increasingly common among Baltimore teens.</p>
In the fall of 2011, as The Park School graduate Jamie DeMarco’s classmates packed their duffel bags for colleges across the country, a freshly immunized DeMarco (rabies, Yellow Fever, Typhoid)...
Nearly 40 years after its founding, a radical Catholic commune finds new allies
As you drive down West Baltimore’s Bentalou Street, passing boarded up houses and the brown grass of Easterwood Park, you probably wouldn’t notice the unnamed alley marked with signs for Emmanuel...