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Step OUT: To Get a Sneak Peek of the BMA's New Contemporary Wing

Check out the Baltimore Museum of Art's expanded contemporary wing when the museum hosts an after-hours event Nov. 17, the night before the wing officially opens. The evening will feature live music, a cash bar and conversations with artists.

Technology Makes Engineering Firm a Concrete Success

Maryland company Structural has helped preserve the buildings that house the National Aquarium in Baltimore and Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. The company also plans to hire 100 over the next three years. 

Step OUT: For an 'Exploratorium' on Art and Technology

Head down to MICA next month to learn about the intersection of art and technology. The 3rd annual Betascape takes place Sept. 22-23. 

What's Next for North Avenue?

Several building owners hope to breathe more life into the neighborhood's northern section by renovating buildings along North Avenue.

Q&A: Re-Envisioning Rash Field

That stretch of land between the Maryland Science Center and Rusty Scupper could be used for more than playing volleyball games. Find out some of the ideas that Baltimore architecture firm Ayers Saint Gross has for redesigning Rash Field. 

Cultivating Community: Gardens Sprout in Former Vacant Spaces

Some Baltimore neighborhoods are home to many of the city’s vacant lots and the crime and illegal dumping that comes with them. Two Baltimore organizations, Baltimore Green Space and Power in Dirt, empower residents to transform underused and vacant lots into vibrant gardens. 

Getting Crafty

A number of creative professionals are leaving the cubicle to pursue their passion for making things. From potters to purse makers, these individuals take DIY to a new level. 

Buying Local Blooms in Floral Industry

You go to farmers' markets and dine at earthy farm-to-table restaurants. But what about your flowers? Local Color Flowers' Ellen Frost wants you to think about where your flowers come from. 

Q&A: Fed Hill's Jane Seebold Talks About Plans for Cross Street Market

Federal Hill leaders are mulling changes to the historic Cross Street Market, including adding new vendors and incorporating new design elements. We chat with Federal Hill Main Street's Jane Seebold about what's in store. 

Step OUT: For the Sugarloaf Crafts Festival

More than 250 artists will showcase their jewelry, pottery, fashion and home decor at the Sugarloaf Crafts Festival in Timonium, April 27-29. Held at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, it's one of 13 Sugarloaf craft fairs held throughout the year.

Step OUT: For Art and Justice

The Maryland Institute College of Art is holding a panel discussion next month on how art can inspire social change as part of the school's Baltimore Art + Justice Project. 

Bmore's Arianne Teeple Bids Farewell for a New Shot

Arianne looks back at her three years spent capturing people, places and events for Bmore Media. As she moves on to new projects, she shares some of her favorite images and a story on how she jockeyed with reporters from around the globe to get a memorable shot of the Baltimore Grand Prix. 

Step OUT: For the Junior League of Baltimore's Warehouse Sale

The Junior League of Baltimore is holding its annual Boutique Warehouse Sale, this time in Harbor East. 

Development With a Mission? Possible.

Seawall Development has turned a vacant building in Remington into a thriving apartment and office complex for teachers and nonprofits. It is on the verge of completing a similar redevelopment in Hampden. Now, the Baltimore developer is about to take its socially responsible mission to other cities.

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.
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