Style Food Editor Martha Thomas likes to be amused – and not just by food. Sure, food is entertainment. But there's so much more. Read her tastefully curated posts at Amuse Bouche.
Contributing writer Lisa Simeone indulges her passion for fashion, ever on a quest for beauty — and a bargain — even in the most unlikely places.
Canine correspondent and dog devotee, Lisa Shenkle, sniffs out the latest news, current events, pooch products and services, parks, rescue and breed information from local, regional and international sources with dogged determination. Woof!
The Stylish Traveler
Contributing Editor Mary Ann Treger shares her picks of stylish travel experiences from unique cafes, spas, golf resorts and hotels to exotic destinations. (And stylish doesn't always mean expensive!)
Baltimore Book Talk
Celeste Sollod, aka The Baltimore Bibliophile, writes about literary life in Baltimore, including authors who live or have lived here, books set here, and events.
The Jess Files
Stay tuned for our brand-new editor's blog from Editor-in-Chief Jessica Bizik
THE STYLISH TRAVELER / Mary Ann Treger
Armchair traveling is fun, too.When I’m not traveling, my nose is glued to my Kindle, reading books about other places, other times. Now that spring has finally arrived, my thoughts (and reading) turn to fun. Hold those deep, intellectual tomes for cold wintry nights. When this time of year rolls round, I want pages filled…MORE
AMUSE BOUCHE / Martha Thomas
A visionary shop at the Lord BaltimoreSideshow shows up at the Lord Baltimore Sideshow, the quirky store in Baltimore’s American Visionary Arts Museum (AVAM), opened a satellite shop at the Lord Baltimore Hotel last week. It’s a great fit in a place owned by Charm City’s newest patron of homegrown art, Mera Rubell. Apparently the hotelier, who’s…MORE
BALTIMORE BOOK TALK / Celeste Sollod
From “Approaching Baltimore” by Reginald HarrisThere are many cheerful, genteel views of Baltimore, its old houses and extensive history, but not everyone lives a charmed life in Charm City. Poet Reginald Harris captures the other side of the tracks in “Approaching Baltimore,” from his latest collection of poems, MORE