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Tapas for At-Home Entertaining

If the tapas featured in our “Tapas for the Holidays” article in the Winter 2021 issue whetted your appetite for these small-plate specialties, Chef Ben Lefenfeld and pastry chef Carrie Goltra of La Cuchara in Baltimore have more tapas creations you can prepare at home this holiday season. Pintxo of …

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Chef Sean Tener: Cooking with Gratification The Columbia, Maryland, dishes about camaraderie and cooking at Sub-Zero, Wolf and Cove

A graduate of the former L’Academie de Cuisine in Gaithersburg, Chef Sean Tener began his culinary career at Bibiana, a Washingtonian Top 100 restaurant. He transferred to Michelin-starred Italian restaurant Masseria in Washington, D.C., where he served as the chef de cuisine under Chef Nicholas Stefanelli. After his approximately two-year …

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Upcycle Your Wardrobe Tips and techniques from fashion designer Brandi Lewis

Brandi Lewis

  Hailing from Baltimore, designer Brandi Lewis always has her eye tuned to unique materials. She describes her brand “Syeko” as “uniquely, unexpected wearable art inspired by God, glam and extreme art.” The brand itself embraces a category of repurposed, custom garments and accessories. Lewis shared with Baltimore Style her …

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Maryland State Fair Recognized for Pandemic Response, Other Awards Nine awards were presented by the International Association of Fairs and Expositions

  The Maryland State Fair received nine awards from the International Association of Fairs and Expositions including two for its adjustments to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the “Grow Fair Strong” Convention in San Antonio, Texas, from Nov. 28 to Dec. 1, the fair won first place for use of its …

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Q&A: Thibault Manekin on His New Book, ‘Larger Than Yourself’ The Seawall Co. founder shares what he learned through his world travels

Thibault Mannekin

  In “Larger than Yourself” (New World Library, 2021), Thibault Manekin writes about his professional journey, from helping start international nonprofit Peace Players—using sports to unite war-torn countries—to his return to Baltimore in 2006. The Mount Washington native is one of the visionaries behind social real estate venture Seawall, which …

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Festival of Trees 2021: Kennedy Krieger Institute’s annual holiday event returns The festival is back this year with a toy drive and many virtual activities

Calvert Hall inspired tree Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees

  The Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Festival of Trees returns this holiday season at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. Visitors can drop by from Nov. 26 through 28 to donate items for the toy drive. The traditional sale of more than 500 trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses decorated by local …

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