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Kay Wicker

Shabby Chic

Sadly, With Gratitude has closed its doors. But Laissez Faire & Company—best known for Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® furniture makeovers—seized the opportunity to move into a second location in the sweet little Stoneleigh shopping center on York Road. Take in a photo of your grandmother’s hand-me-down armoire and owner Cathy …

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Athleisure

Savvy may not run, but she can get from yoga to brunch to a business meeting and back again in three hours flat. Thank goodness Vita in Belvedere Square gets her lifestyle (and personal style). A new concept store from the folks at Charm City Run, the boutique is certain …

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Purls of Wisdom

When you think of a handcrafted knit by your great-aunt Jean, you may envision a pair of missized mittens or an uneven scarf, not a haute handbag that’s an international bestseller. Coming from a long line of knitters, Sarah Oliver began crafting chic Peruvian wool handbags for friends, family and …

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Brews & Booze of Baltimore

Everyone loves to kick back with their favorite cold one on a hot day or sip a glass of wine at dinner. But you wouldn’t drink hot coffee at the beach or eat an ice cream sandwich when it’s snowing. If you want to get the most out of your …

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REally Trendy Real Estate

Whether you’re looking at an apartment, condominium or a full-sized house, it’s clear what the biggest thing in the real estate market right now is: convenience. People want full control of their homes at their fingertips. At the same time, the home of your dreams doesn’t mean much if you …

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One Night Only: Summer Soirees

The Tersiguel family’s restaurant has long been a favorite—not only for those in search of authentic French cuisine for four decades. Founded by Odette and Fernand Tersiguel as Chez Fernand in 1975, Tersiguel’s also has served as training ground for many a local chef. You’ll find the restaurant listed as …

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Torn to Pieces

Late in life, Henri Matisse famously turned from oil painting to scissoring bright paper (and applying gouache) to make his celebrated “cut-outs,” works both large and small that mimic the master’s lithe trademark figurations. Last spring, Baltimore-based abstract-expressionist painter Gina Skelton—at 66, a seasoned pro with a number of national …

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Beachy Clean

TAKE A MINUTE TO IMAGINE a guy who grew up in New Jersey, lucked into a commercial modeling career, then parlayed his industry connections into building a production studio in Chelsea that serves the most glamorous names and magazine titles in Manhattan. Can you picture the same guy in a …

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