Paul Reed Smith has joined the likes of Fender and Gibson in the pantheon of electric guitar makers.
"Guitars are almost like iPods," says Paul Reed Smith. "I've never seen anybody in a bad mood with an iPod in their ears. It's a mood adjuster. It's almost like really sophisticated, expensive...
Here are 20 employers large and small where the working stiffs are loving it.
If you spent 2009 hunkered down in your cubicle, hoping to avoid the HR manager's pink slips, you weren't alone. Forget the foosball table, the sweet view, and the free cola, it was a year to be...
We examine the ups and downs of dating in Smalltimore.
Demographers with the U.S. government will tell you that the Baltimore metro area is home to more than 2.5 million people.
Float this figure by veterans of Charm City's singles scene, however, and...
The joys, and sometimes sorrows, of dating in a big city that feels like a small town.
Lisa Ponzoli, 31Owner of Babe. (a boutique); single, no kids.Favorite film: Goodfellas. Favorite TV show: Project Runway. Favorite music: Reggae. Celebrity dream date? Paul Rudd. Celebrity look-a-...
We came, we saw, we conquered—and wrote this Baltimore beauty bible while our nails were still drying!
"People are realizing that taking care of yourself is no longer a luxury," says Christine Cochrum of Federal Hill's Apothecary Wellness. "Taking care of yourself is a necessity."
And that, in a...
Baltimore's 25 Best Bars
Baltimore is known for the illustrious corner bar—the comfy dive down the block where the Natty Boh is always cold and everybody knows your name. But the city's nightlife scene has boomed in recent...
Our editors pick the most interesting moments of 2009—brace yourself, it wasn't always pretty.
Let's face it, life in America was a big fat bummer this year. Businesses closed, hard-working people got laid off, parties were cancelled—no one was in the mood to celebrate. And Baltimore was no...
Sen. Ben Cardin joins doctors, nurses, public-policy experts, and leaders of Maryland's health industry in our offices to discuss how the battle in Washington will affect the region.
Baltimore magazine: Senator, can you start by giving us an update on the status of the health-care reform debate in Washington?
Sen. Cardin: I think you're going to see significant...
Our prescription for the region's best physicians in 76 specialties.
This year, as we prepared our annual survey of the region’s best doctors, more Americans have been thinking about health care than at any time in recent history. The debate over health-care reform...
With layoffs, the encroaching Internet, and the recession, is Baltimore's paper of record on the verge of collapse?
Shortly before 2:30 on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 29, Baltimore Sun technology reporter Gus Sentementes went to pick up his lunch around the corner from the paper's Calvert Street offices.