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 »
On July 21, STYLE hosted our first-ever Haiku Happy Hour, a fun night of literature and libations at The Nickel Taphouse. We absolutely loved meeting everyone and reading your wonderful words! UPDATE: Congratulations to our Haiku contest winner, Judi H.! See her and the rest of the entries below. WINNER: …Read More »
Float Like a Butterfly Saturday at the Central Pratt, a 1969 Muhammad Ali documentary tells the fighter’s provocative political story.
To commemorate the remarkable life of former heavyweight boxing champion and political/cultural/social provocateur Muhammad Ali, who died in June, the Pratt Library screens director William Klein’s 1969 black-and-white documentary Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee, which deftly and unflinchingly chronicles Ali from his early fighting career as Cassius …Read More »
It’s pretty common knowledge that the combination of cake, Baltimore and reality television is a recipe for the long running Food Network show Ace of Cakes (combine well, bake at 350°F for 30 min). But, for tonight at least, there’s a new player in the mix—the family-owned dessert bakery Kupcakes …Read More »
Close to 300 people attended The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore’s Annual Meeting at Beth Tfiloh Congregation, where they celebrated the past year and lookied toward the community’s future.Read More »
The “Brexit” in Baltimore British Baltimoreans and Baltimoreans in Britain share their thoughts on the historic decision.
This morning, the news was dominated by the incredibly surprising “Brexit”—a portmanteau for “British Exit”—signifying the United Kingdom’s majority vote to leave the European Union. We spoke briefly with British Baltimoreans and Baltimoreans living in Britain about their reactions to the momentous decision. Patrick Lears, a Baltimore-born gallery manager who …Read More »
“The truth is…” Those words will be on everyone’s lips at the “Truth Booth” when it stops at MICA this June. Participants in the traveling art installation In Search of the Truth (The Truth Booth) will have two minutes each to finish that sentence for themselves in the recorded collaboration, …Read More »
Maya, a female Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin at The National Aquarium. (Courtesy of National Aquarium) In a landmark move, the National Aquarium recently announced their intention to relocate its dolphin population to a sanctuary by 2020. The dolphins, which had previously been held in tanks and used in shows, will be …Read More »
It is rare, in my online presence, that you would ever see me be anything other than irreverent, snarky or humorous. Overt sentimentality and cloying inspiration memes make me uncomfortable and I think we can all agree there are more than enough faux Marilyn Monroe quotes on ocean backdrops to …Read More »