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Watershed’s Seafood Wonders

Cross Street Market’s brand-new restaurant, Watershed, brings upscale casual dining to Federal Hill. The establishment, which opened in May, is the Atlas Restaurant Group’s newest property in Baltimore and specializes in classic Maryland seafood. “Opening in Federal Hill was a great opportunity to reinvest in the area,” says Tyler Baumler, …

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Nouveau Annapolis

If you say “been there, done that” at the mention of Annapolis for a getaway, you don’t know what you’re missing. Perched on the edge of the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland’s capital city may be 350 years old, but it has emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic invigorated, refreshed and renewed. Understated …

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A Journey Into Self

Of all the lofty reasons given for the value of reading, “we read to find out who we are” is one of the loftiest. That “we” can have a variety of meanings—“we” as in “the individual reader” or “we” as in all of humanity. We read to find people like …

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Finding Your Identity Through Writing

Growing up around the music business, music was a constant. When you stripped the sounds away, you were left with the words. Lyrics drew me in. I loved theater as a child and anything expressive. My parents were very supportive and enrolled me in various singing, acting and dance activities. …

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‘Dashery: The City’s Cafe

Hotel breakfast just got a whole lot more chic. In May, the ’Dashery Café opened on the first floor of Hotel Revival, a JdV by Hyatt hotel in Baltimore. The cafe’s name, short for “haberdashery,” reflects the culture and accomplishments of the Charm City in fashion, says Donte Johnson, the …

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Accessible Luxury: Magdalena at The Ivy Hotel

Fine dining combines with casual comfort foods at The Ivy Hotel this season. Magdalena, A Maryland Bistro, sits on the hotel’s first floor. Its five unique dining spaces range from a courtyard to bar area and more. The bistro, located in Mount Vernon, has focused on more “accessible” menu items …

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A Whole New Look for Lexington Market

Generations of Baltimoreans have grown up visiting Lexington Market. This familiar marketplace is about to get a facelift in early 2022. “Lexington Market needs to continue to serve Baltimore City for many decades to come,” says Katie Marshall, communications director at Seawall, the firm leading the redevelopment. The market is …

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Contain It!

Personalizing home spaces has gotten people thinking out of the four walls of their homes. Today’s outdoor spaces function as natural extensions of a home’s interior. Whether your home style is traditional or vintage, contemporary or nouveau modern, you can find the perfect container plantings to fit your home’s personality. …

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5 Questions with Cricket Goodall

Cricket Goodall has spent the better part of 35 years promoting Maryland’s horse breeding and racing legacy. She serves as executive director of the Maryland Horse Breeders Association (MHBA), which was founded in 1929 and has its headquarters in Reisterstown. The MHBA has been the leading horse industry advocate within …

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