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We want to introduce Style readers to a blogger from our sister publication, Baltimore’s Child. Because her story resonated so well with readers there, we thought it might resonate with some of you as well. To borrow a line from the Rolling Stones, please allow me to introduce myself. My …

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5 More New Titles

Finished your summer reading? Here are five more new titles for grownups. ‘I’m Fine And Neither Are You’ by Camille Pagán For a long time, Penelope Ruiz-Kar has had the weight of the world on her shoulders. Well, the weight of her family’s world at least. From being the primary …

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A Smalltimore Dating Moment

I had practically just slid onto my stool at the bar at Union Collective and taken a sip of my sour beer when the guy I was on a first date with began telling me about his job. “Oh, I know someone who works there! My friend, Jill.” He nodded, I …

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More from Our Summer Cover Shoot

For our July/August issue, we partnered with Blackwall Hitch at their new Inner Harbor location to highlight summer dining and all that’s good about this food season. We love how our cover turned out, with model Leeannah McNew seated at a table full of tasty dishes and sipping a lemonade. …

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Drink Up!

We asked our readers on social media to share their favorite summer cocktails. “Gin and tonic with lots of lime is my favorite outdoor summer drink. It reminds me of my 20s, when I would frequent the outdoor patio of the Fox and Hounds in D.C.” — CLEO STAMATOS “Orange …

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Movie + Popcorn

Here are five new titles to stream in these lazy, hazy summer weeks, plus a popcorn recipe to serve to your fellow movie watchers. —VICTORIA HARVEY ‘Good Trouble’ For those of you who cried over the series finale of, “The Fosters,” this new spin off will leave you feeling nostalgic. …

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Mallet, Please

So you think you know how to eat crabs? Sure, you do. You live here, right? But there is a better way to do it, says Chef Nancy Longo, owner of Pierpoint Restaurant in Fells Point and a cooking instructor who has led summer classes for kids for close to …

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The Beat: In Lizzo We Trust

Singer, rapper and flutist Lizzo brought her empowering mix of pop and hip-hop to a sold-out crowd at Rams Head Live on July 25. Lizzo is well on her way to superstardom, so tickets to the hotly anticipated show were gone in a matter of minutes when they went on …

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Super and Timely

The theme is superheroes. And the space at Highlandtown’s Y: Art Gallery and Fine Gifts is filled with them, caped and crowned, as real as Ruth Bader Ginsburg (who is represented in two works), and as mythological as a mermaid. Then there is Mrs. Haussner — artist Laure Drogoul, who …

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From A to ZZZ’s

Overtired? Exhausted? Fatigued? As our collective sleep deficit grows, so does our vocabulary to describe it. There’s no shortage of words to accurately depict that groggy state between eyes wide open and sound slumber we so often find ourselves in. A quick search of synonyms for “tired” will return a …

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True to Life

Travel into the lives of these real-world characters. ‘Dapper Dan: Made in Harlem’ Memoirs are like the best kind of eavesdropping, one that the storyteller knows you’re in on. And Dapper Dan Day is as good of a storyteller as they come. Though he was most recently seen at the …

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And They’re Off …

There is a ceremonial start to the Solomons Island Dragon Boat Festival, which begins with a paint brush. Each eye of the dragon, a figurehead to the long boats with brightly colored scales, is painted and then so is its tongue. Now these dragons can see and breathe, which means …

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Sun Care for Hair

As summer continues, it’s important to remember to take care of ourselves. It’s common knowledge that the sun can do extensive damage to our skin, but what most people don’t think about, is that the sun can do similar damage to our hair. One thing to keep in mind for …

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The Can Can!

In the dog days of summer, when the heat is at its most intense and immobilizing, concocting a cocktail can seem daunting. Fear not, friends! Numerous canned beverage offerings have burst onto the scene to solve your summer sipping needs, whether it is poolside patio partying, stoop sitting or beach …

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