Bmore is on our summer vacation!
Until we return next week, check out what we think are some of Bmore's best stories so far:
Every city has something that sets it apart. New York oozes sophistication. In D.C. it's all about influence and power. New Orleans, on the other hand, has a relaxed, laissez-faire attitude. This is the first in a series in which we'll look at things that make Baltimore so Baltimorish -- the things that lure in new residents, compel those who live here to stay and keep former inhabitants longing for home. read onů
The National Aquarium is a forerunner of GREEN practices in the city of Baltimore. Laura Bankey, the manager of conservation, describes the many eco-friendly aspects of the National Aquarium. read onů
In some cities like DC, NY and LA living like a millionaire takes much more than $1 million. New transplants and long-time residents alike, however, have discovered that it takes a lot less loot to live well in Bmore.read onů
Mayo Shattuck. Mayor Sheila Dixon. Peter Angelos. Baltimoreans immediately recognize these names. There are plenty of lists chronicling the business barons and established leaders at Baltimore's helm, but what about those operating a little closer to the edge? We've put together a list of fresh innovators who are rising stars in the artistic, health care, entertainment, and business communities in Baltimore, and it's time you knew their names too.read onů
Sonja Sohn caught the public's eye playing Kima Greggs on "The Wire." At the recent TEDx Mid-Atlantic conference, she talked to us about her new project, "reWIRED," and how stories can help change the lives of Baltimore at-risk youth.read onů
Ever wonder what a visitor thinks about Baltimore? Or what another city might want that we have? Our sister publication, Pittsburgh's Pop City, took a look at our city. Here's what Pitt wishes they had...read onů