With Thanksgiving having just wrapped up and the holidays fast approaching, people are in the spirit of giving. Here are 10 organizations that continually campaign hard to keep their doors open throughout the year: Baltimore Humane Society Since its founding in 1927, the Baltimore Humane Society has striven to help …Read More »
Charm City Chef Competes on Chopped Local chef Sarah Murray competed in the Food Network challenge, aired Nov. 22.
Last night, the Food Network aired an episode of Chopped featuring La Cuchara chef Sarah Murray. While she didn’t emerge victorious, Murray’s showing was impressive—and she more than made her city proud. The night’s Chopped challenge was protein-based, befitting Murray’s myriad experience with meat at La Cuchara. And though she …Read More »
How to Practice Post-Election Self-Care Sometimes, self-care is best achieved through caring for others.
Hello, loves. Let’s just get right to it: Self-care is more important than ever. This month has been heavy. These are my post-election self-care tips. F E E D Y O U R B O D Y, M I N D , A N D S P I R I …Read More »
For the Trees: A Reading from Jill Jonnes Baltimore's Jill Jonnes reads from "Urban Forests" Nov. 22.
The title of Baltimore resident Jill Jonnes‘ new book, Urban Forests, may seem like an oxymoron. But as Jonnes points out in the thoughtful nonfiction work, trees and cities have a long history of connection—”living landmarks,” as the book’s description states, “that define space, cool the air, soothe our psyches, …Read More »
Remembering Nancy Lattmann, Local Boutique Owner L'Apperanza Boutique owner Nancy Lattmann passed away Nov. 14.
Nancy Lattmann, owner of L’Apperanza Boutique on Falls Road, passed away Nov. 14. Here. friend Owen O’Donnell remembers her. When I first met Nancy at About Faces [where I work], she took me aside and said “I hear you’re good. We’re going to be seeing a lot of each other!” …Read More »
THURSDAY 17 Books: Writers LIVE Judy Colbert discusses her book, 100 Things to Do in Baltimore Before You Die. Free. 6:30 p.m. at the Pratt Library’s Light Street Branch. Shopping: Mingle at the Mill Get a head start on holiday shopping with this festive event at Clipper Mill, featuring music, …Read More »
Who knew helping the hungry could taste so good? On Nov. 14, some of Baltimore’s best will join forces for Baltimore’s first No Kid Hungry dinner at The Food Market in Hampden. Hosted by owner Chad Gauss and presented by Citi, the event will benefit No Kid Hungry, an organization …Read More »
STYLE’s annual “Big Bash” was held at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on Nov. 2.Read More »
When you think of a magic show, you may picture a magician wearing a suit and holding a baton, pulling out a white bunny from his top hat. But in Cerebral Sorcery, a collaborative show from magicians David London and Francis Menotti, magic surpasses basic tricks. Their magic is complex, …Read More »
THURSDAY 10 Reading: Katharine Noel Katharine Noel returns to exploring complex relationships and self-discovery with her new Meantime, wherein 30-something Clare Hood deals with her stepsister’s pregnancy, her husband’s lingering relationship with his ex and her family’s own eccentric history. (Maybe you can relate.) Free. 7 p.m. at Ivy Bookshop. …Read More »