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Keen on zines: Baltimore artists launch new journals for niche markets

What do Baltimore street artist Gaia, Johns Hopkins University writing student Peter Cardamone and bike messenger Carrie Bird all have in common? They have all created new online and print "zines" that cater to select audiences. 

Check Out BmoreMedia's Top Stories of 2012

Want to know which stories were the most read in 2012? These were stories that covered happenings in Hampden, Station North, Harbor East and Fells Point. 

New Magazine Toasts Maryland Wines

Explosive growth in the number of Maryland wineries prompted Susan Southard to launch the state's first magazine devoted to the industry, Welcome to Maryland Wine Country.

Q&A: Hilary Phelps Shares Her Pride in Genuine Joy

You might know Hilary Phelps as the sister who cheered on her decorated brother at the London Olympics. But she is also the creator of an interactive website, Genuine Joy, which explores food, fashion, fitness and culture. Phelps talks about the inspiration for the site and her plans to expand it. 

Foodie Queen: One Baltimore Woman's Journey in the Culinary World

Woodberry Kitchen's Spike Gjerde and other renowned chefs credit one Baltimore entrepreneur for helping to raise their profile in the food world. Antoinette Bruno, CEO of StarChefs.com shares the recipe for her success — and her mother's crab cakes. 

Bmore Takes a Break for the Labor Day Holiday

BmoreMedia writers and editors will be enjoying the warm weather in various ways during our break. Our next newsletter goes out Sept. 18. 

Bmore Media Welcomes New Publisher

Bmore Media welcomes a new publisher who has more than 15 years of experience in marketing, management and business development. Troi Barnett has led business development and training for the Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore prior to launching an independent consulting firm. 

Bmore Media Takes a Break for Independence Day

Bmore Media is on holiday next week week for Independence Day. We will return with a new issue July 10. 

Bmore Takes Off for Memorial Day

Bmore Media is taking next week off to enjoy the Memorial Day holiday. We will publish our next issue June 5. 

Step OUT: For the Launch of an Urban Culture Blog

Baltimore's emerging hip hop and urban culture scene has gotten its own voice with True Laurels. Founder Lawrence Burney is hosting a free event with live local music and visual art April 6.

Q&A: Swimming With Baltimore Fishbowl's Susan Dunn

It's been nearly seven years since Susan G. Dunn launched local shopping magazine Paper Doll. Now, she has started a new magazine -- this time online -- called Baltimore Fishbowl. We sat down with the editor to learn more about her plans for the publication.

Bmore Media Goes on Break for the Holidays

Bmore Media will go on holiday for two weeks. We will see you in the New Year.

Maryland's Film Industry Stages a Comeback

Local film professionals had gotten used to traveling to Michigan, Louisiana and Pennsylvania to keep earning a living. Now, some are staying close to home as the state spends more money to woo movies and TV crews like the HBO series Veep, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Take a peek at how Maryland is rolling out the red carpet.

Best of Bmore: Jen Royle's Year in the Life of Baltimore

Here's a look back at Neal Shaffer's interview with sports reporter Jen Royle, soon after wrapping her first season on the Orioles beat and getting through her first quarter of the season with the Ravens.

Transition Time at Bmore Media

It's been an exciting and interesting year for Bmore Media, one which saw amazing transformation and growth for the publication. Now it's time to enter the next phase as Neal Shaffer hands off the Managing Editor duties to a new face and a new voice. Here, a farewell.
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