It’s February, a month famous for its flowers—or, at least, the mad rush to order them before the fourteenth. But why break the bank this V-Day when you can drop a fiver for a bouquet that’s just as fabulous? Enter $5 Fridays at Flowers & Fancies in Owings Mills. Tucked …Read More »
THURSDAY 2 Theater: Great Expectations In this production of Charles Dickens’ sizable novel, six actors take on 35 roles, including the manipulative Miss Havisham, the lovely but chilly Estella, the kindly Joe and the surprising Magwitch. Tickets:$25-$64. Feb. 1-March 5 at Everyman Theatre. FRIDAY 3 Music: Steve Fidyk Jazz drummer/educator/author …Read More »
Local Caterers Hit HGTV…and Cook Up a Beach-Inspired Recipe Eleven Courses' Jim and Melissa Benson will appear on an episode of "Beach Front Bargain Hunt" Feb. 3.
It’s been a weird winter in Maryland, and it’s doubtful anyone would say no to spending some time in a fabulous beachfront home. Can’t get away? Well, at least you can live vicariously through MD caterers Jim and Melissa Benson, who recently went house hunting in Hilton Head, South Carolina. …Read More »
Does it seem a bit pretentious to call a bra and a pair of leggings the “UA Arris Project“? Maybe. Are they pretty darn cool? Definitely. The two pieces were conceived of and made at UA Lighthouse, Kevin Plank’s newest “design and manufacturing hub,” as part of its first-ever capsule …Read More »
Day Tripping: Indulge in a Late-January Escape Elk Neck State Park offers the perfect one-day getaway.
What can half a tank of gas, a cup of coffee and a taste for adventure get you? In STYLE’s new Day Tripping series, we’re bringing you some of the best local day trips to keep your body moving, your heart fill and your wallet happy. So buckle up and …Read More »
“It’s daunting playing someone who’s still alive,” says Julia Knitel, 23, who takes on the title role in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. “But it’s a great privilege because she’s so well-loved. The audience comes in on her side, so they’re inherently on my side.” It’s easy to root for …Read More »
I marched this weekend, as did more than 2 million of my closest friends around the world, in a massive show of solidarity and protest at Women’s Marches in cities across the globe. Living in Baltimore, it seemed reasonable to attend the march that started it all: The Women’s March …Read More »
After a successful first run, Light City will return to Baltimore this spring from March 31 to April. According to a press release, the festival will transform the city into an interactive playground of 23 light installations, spanning across 8 Baltimore neighborhoods. The BGE Light Art Walk will return as …Read More »
In our new online series, Baltimore Beauty Minute, we’re bringing you skincare secrets and makeup tips from Baltimore’s most STYLE-ish women. For our inaugural post, our Editor-in-Chief Betsy Boyd spills on looking well-rested…even with twin 2-year-olds in tow. SKIN SECRETS A.M.: “I’m pretty busy because of the twins, so I …Read More »
Wait For It: Hamilton is Coming to Baltimore The Broadway smash hit brings hip-hop history to the Hippodrome.
This just in: Hamilton, the hottest Broadway musical in recent history, is coming to Baltimore. Unfortunately, though, you’ll have to “Wait For It”—the smash hit won’t be hitting the Hippodrome until its 2018/2019 season. The news came as part of an announcement made today by Ron Legler, President of the …Read More »