More than 150 guests gathered at the STYLE-sponsored happy hour at the Kohler Showroom in Little Italy earlier this month. In honor of the Madonnari Arts Festival, partygoers drew creative self-portraits and other “doodles” on big square napkins. These memorable sketches entered participants to win fantastic prizes from Kohler and …Read More »
Patterson Park—with its happy expanse of green and backdrop of tall, colorful rowhouse mansions—is one of the coolest areas to call home in Baltimore City. Several of my friends happen to live there—I’m a tad envious, I’ll admit—and all have rehabbed their five-story homes into dream dwellings. No big shock that …Read More »
Strolling down the streets of Guilford to Sherwood Gardens, I often admire the extravagant houses in the area, dreaming of what could be inside. In a city whose people and places are so rich in culture, I can’t help but to be curious, imagining myself as the owner of a …Read More »
Last night, STYLE held a happy hour in Little Italy’s Kohler showroom to celebrate our readers and generate excitement for the Madonnari Arts Festival (Sept. 30-Oct. 2). There were over 150 people in attendance, eating, drinking and enjoying the wares of our fabulous sponsors: Kohler Germanos Sabatinos Amiccis La Tavola …Read More »
You Can Prevent Suicide In honor of National Suicide Prevention Week—which begins today, September 6—STYLE asked Baltimore resident Amber Wright, who lost her mother to suicide, to discuss the work she does through the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to educate others and support people in pain.
Halfway through my freshman year of high school, just before I turned 15, my mother, Trish, killed herself. We were very close. Over the years, through therapy and introspection, I learned that losing a loved one to suicide engenders a very different grieving process, because on top of the pain …Read More »
Flocks of tourists crossing the street, office workers headed to lunch, honking vehicles stuck in traffic and anchored ships by the waterfront…the Inner Harbor is a lively spot. But with all that hustle and bustle comes nature’s number one enemy: pollution. But now, thanks to an initiative from the Waterfront …Read More »
We’re sad to report that one of our favorite Fells Point spots, Pazo, will be closing permanently on Sept. 17. The upscale Italian joint was opened in 2004 by the famed Foreman Wolf Group. Fortunately, FW will be keeping their cooks in the kitchen as the space transforms into Bar …Read More »
We all know Maryland’s gardens are gorgeous, but now we can say they’re award-winning—or at least their photographers are! Virginia-based shutterbug Roger Foley recently received two silver medals from the GWA Association for Garden Communicators for his work in On Walnut Hill: The Evolution of a Garden, which chronicles the …Read More »
(Hair)Banding Together Unexpected generosity helps the salon community rebuild after Ellicott City's destructive floods.
This past Sunday morning, Marielle Anne Medeiros and Rachel Rawlings—the mother and daughter co-owners of Salon Marielle on Main Street in Ellicott City—were two of the many business owners trying to figure out how they would pick up the pieces in the wake of Saturday’s devastating flooding. Then, Rawlings got …Read More »
Since Saturday’s record-breaking flash flood that left Ellicott City’s historic Main Street devastated, dozens of images and videos have surfaced on social media showcasing the water’s violent rage. One video, shot from the second floor dining room of Portalli’s Italian Restaurant, captures the flash flood picking up cars and sailing …Read More »