Everyone knows that Baltimore boasts a vital visual art and music scene, but mark our words: At some point, we’re going to be just as well known as a fashion design capital. Yep, we said that. How … And Why? A new cadre of hyper-captivating local designers is making the …Read More »
Three years ago, John Jones, recently discharged from prison after serving a 30-year sentence for murder, had lined up a job interview in his efforts to segue back into Baltimore’s working world. A dilemma: What to wear for the occasion? Through his participation in Living Classrooms Foundation, the Inner Harbor-based nonprofit …Read More »
Got God? More Americans are seeking mindfulness and a kind of spiritual awareness in recent years—often without any mention of the G word.
Suffering through traffic in Baltimore, there’s a certain bumper sticker that gets me every time. Its five simple words resonate: I’d rather be here now. The other vehicular coats of arms that catch my eye herald allegiance to humanism, freethinking, ethical culture and other brands of non-religiosity: “Question Everything,” “Infidel,” “Pastafarian,” …Read More »
Blog-a-Rhythm Baltimore-based fashion bloggers are playing to the city’s stylish side—and getting lots of views.
Since the term weblog was coined two decades back, blogging has become more than a hobby—today it’s an actual career choice. Blogs abound—beamed out from around the world—on everything from gardening to garden gnomes to food to foosball to fashion. Like every major American city, Baltimore’s home to gobs of such …Read More »
Scenes from a great reading and wine-sipping party. Last Friday night, poets Tracy Dimond, Joseph Harrison, Kendra Kopelke, and Jennifer Wallace read poems published in the February issue of STYLE. The house was packed, and each writer’s delivery created a new music.Read More »
No need to enter the newest (and the world’s largest) H&M location into Google Maps. You can see the international cheapskate haven’s glaring red logo for miles, as it towers amongst the skyline’s famous skyscrapers. It resides on Herald Square at a staggering 63,000 square feet. The iconic Macy’s may …Read More »
Just in case we needed any more proof that Washington, D.C. is on the verge of becoming the next major mid-Atlantic shopping destination, Warby Parker, Shinola and Filson moved in. Warby, the brand promising stylish unisex glasses at the simple click of a mouse, opened two locations this fall, one …Read More »
In 2010, Bloomingdale’s joined the ranks of other high-end department stores that have created discount versions of themselves, you know, for the fabulous and the broke. May we present: Bloomingdale’s The Outlet Store. Since the opening of their first outlet location in Chicago, 14 more have sprung up bringing deals …Read More »
Philly’s robust nightlife is no secret. (Even the speakeasies are well known.) But now Longwood Gardens has become one of the few botanical destinations worth visiting after dark. Starting at dusk, experience the brand new, transformative luminary exhibit, Nightscape, where a kaleidoscopic light show paints the grounds in living color …Read More »
What do you get when you take a graying Ferris Beuller, an oddly adorable personified dog named Sylvia, and a wife who doesn’t like her? Not your typical “It’s Me or the Dog” story, that’s for sure. Matthew Broderick will star alongside Julie White in a revival of A.R. Gurney’s …Read More »