A family-owned business knows what it takes to make it 45 years (and counting): honesty, a great selection, and moderate price points.
Forty-five years ago, in the summer of ’67, Anne Liner, pictured right, with the support of her mother, Belle Bashoff, and sister, Idy Harris, left, opened a free-spirited clothing and accessories...
There are a couple of obvious reasons to break out the American-themed clothing this month: to support our athletes at the Olympic games and, of course, to celebrate Independence Day. However,...
This pick-up service helps busy shoppers.
There aren’t many things more stressful than pushing your cart through a grocery store while your baby cries and your toddler pulls items off the shelves. But those days are over thanks to a service...
Local company 180s keeps you warm and tech savvy.
Cold weather is frustrating: high heating bills, thick ice on your car, and not being able to use your dang smartphone with gloves on. Local sportswear company 180s has a solution—at least for that...
With summer in full swing, we ask the experts for tips on the latest in swim apparel. Ready, wet, go!
Q: What is the trend in bathing suits this summer?
A: "There are a lot of great trends out there," says Emily Davis, an assistant manager of Towson's South Moon Under. "Summer 2011 trends include...
Do you fear that whenever you shop vintage, you end up looking like a reject from a Halloween party? Pam Haner, above left, and Erin Fitzgibbons are here to help.
Last fall, the duo partnered to...
A table grows in Sandtown
When is a table more than a table? When it used to be a row house. (Okay, we'll explain.)
Two years ago, a partnership formed among Habitat for Humanity, the U.S. Green Building Council, and Under...
Knitting groups are getting younger, and hipper, every day.
Walking into a knitting club, you might expect to see grannies in their rockers stitching ugly reindeer sweaters. But not so at various local knitting groups, which are swiftly becoming the new book...
An international carpentry school and gallery help build lives—one table at a time.
The circuitous journey to Baltimore begins in a rustic workshop perched 12,000 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountains. There, impoverished teens tediously work on intricate furnishings with...
Young men finally have options when it comes to downtown shopping. Sure, there have always been the staples—Gian Marco and Samuel Parker Clothier—but they dress a very specific customer (read: older...