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Rye on the Rise

Sagamore Spirit president Brian Treacy at the track on Sagamore Farms. The soil is reinforced with shredded Lycra recycled from Under Armour.

The best way to taste the fresh spring water as it bubbles from the ground behind the springhouse at Sagamore Farms, says Randy Lewis, the farm’s guest services manager, is …

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Addicted to Jane


They call themselves—proudly, affectionately and, perhaps, with a wink—Janeites: the 5,000 members of the Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA), whose devotion to the works and life of the …

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Inside Track


On initial glance, M. Voelker’s sculptures—variously hued, carefully constructed and apparently multi-pieced—appear to be made of metal or wood, resembling extraordinary Erector Set or Lincoln Logs structures. On closer examination, …

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Slo Good


On a sunny September afternoon three years ago, my wife and I sat on a veranda overlooking Slovenia’s Lake Bled, noshing on a slab of local cream cake. Not the …

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Brow Treat

Cosmetologist applying permanent makeup on eyebrows

Bold brows are having a major moment. The over-plucked arches of the early aughts are ancient history, and up-and-comers like Cara Delevingne and Zendaya have ushered in a new look …

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The Egg Man


Erik Berlin, better known as Chef Egg, is a chef, educator and entertainer who can be seen regularly at the Downtown Baltimore Farmers Market and events like Artscape and the …

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Is Your Spicy Candle Burning?


Hello loves. Happy October! Is your spicy candle burning—inside and out? This month’s column is a bit of a self-care reality check. A good friend recently sent me this article, …

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Savvy Shopper: October


BREAK THE CYCLE Sweating is not Savvy’s style, but she knows a fierce physique is key to rock her LBD. What she won’t settle for? Hideous workout clothes. Enter Sassy …

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Body Talk


As i make my way to the restroom at Golden West in Hampden, I get a text from Rebecca Klein Scott, one of the body language experts I’m here to …

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Wright Now, Play Later


Ever conjured up an awesome concept for a play…and dreamt up a whole production in your head? Well, your dreams might just turn into reality. Starting this October and running …

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Native Instinct

A mass of black-eyed Susans.

“It felt jangly!” recalls Kay McConnell. She’s describing the bare, dissonant way the mulched and sparsely planted landscape around Friends School’s then-new Middle School building felt to her as she …

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Tit for Tat


In the cooler fall months, we tend to eschew jewelry for cozy scarves—and while they can certainly look chic, bundling up in all that bulk can get boring. The antidote? …

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Brass Elephant, The Sequel


In STYLE’s annual food issue last November, I wrote about Steven and Linda Rivelis, Baltimore business owners who had purchased the former Brass Elephant with ambitious plans to renovate and …

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Meet the Folk-ers

This image was captured at the 69th National Folk Festival, held in Richmond, VA from October 12 - 14, 2007.

A dizzying array of music, food and art, the three-day Richmond Folk Festival emphatically puts the life into folklife by celebrating local, national and international cultural traditions on a mega …

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Baltimore Artists Take to Berlin


If you attended Light City this past spring, you may remember a cascade of multi-dimensional, multicolored images falling over the Inner Harbor waters—and as you passed by, your presence made …

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Window of Opportunity


As the holiday season approaches, people from around the world will flock to New York City to admire the rows and rows of beautiful storefront window displays. This past weekend, …

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Soul Food


Have your cake and explore your complex relationship with it, too! In celebration of its 21st birthday, the American Visionary Art Museum presents the “mega exhibition” Yummm! The History, Fantasy, …

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Get Out: October


MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN Folk singer-songwriter Brett Dennen’s upcoming performance with the BSO is part of the orchestra’s Pulse series, concerts that fuse classical music and indie rock/pop/folk in an …

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New Jersey State of Mind


I experienced a lot of emotions during last night’s opening-night production of “Jersey Boys” at the Hippodrome—laughter, tears, some sort of indescribable hometown pride for my non-native Jersey—but one prevailed …

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All About Yves


The first crisp, comfy fall evening arrived last week, and oh man, I could not be more excited. After one of Baltimore’s sweatiest summers on record, I’ve finally begun to …

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