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  • About the spring fashion shoot

    Shot on location by Lloyd Fox of The Baltimore Sun at Silo Point, 1200 Steuart St, Baltimore, silopoint.com. Styled and produced by John-John Williams IV of The Baltimore Sun. Art direction by Leeann Adams. Hair by Brian Oliver; makeup by Lexi Martinez; styling assistance by Deborah Mdurvwa; models, Anna Semonova and Kyler Garner, all from T.H.E. Artist Agency.
  • Unexpected Art & Decor brings beauty to unlikely places

    Unexpected Art & Decor brings beauty to unlikely places
    Wouldn’t it be nice to pass a vacant downtown building and see beautiful paintings and sculptures where boarded-up windows used to be?  That is exactly what Unexpected Art & Decor founders Jeanine Turner and Jeffrey Kent thought. The two pooled...

    West Baltimore development receives preliminary approval of $58.6 million TIF

    West Baltimore development receives preliminary approval of $58.6 million TIF
    The city's Board of Finance approved $58.6 million in financing Monday for new homes, shops and other construction near the University of Maryland Biopark and the Edgar Allan Poe House — an area that has suffered from disinvestment and blight. The...

    Silo Point condo takes industrial living to a new level

    Silo Point condo takes industrial living to a new level
    Matt Nickasch's home is anything but typical — he lives in the tower of a repurposed grain silo in Locust Point. His condo on the 18th floor is marked as a "bin" instead of a unit, a nod to industrial days long gone. "I've always been a fan of...

    Local artisans turn yesterday's goods into home decor

    Local artisans turn yesterday's goods into home decor
    With shabby-chic design back in high demand, there’s no shortage of mass-produced decor disguised as antiques. But the genuine article — the old form reclaimed with a new function — is much harder to come by. With a nod to the...