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  • 'The Wire' Season Two: The invisible role of the ports and the shadow economy laid bare

    'The Wire' Season Two: The invisible role of the ports and the shadow economy laid bare
    The Port of Baltimore employs more than 14,000 people directly and generates more than $3 billion per year in wages, according to a widely cited estimate by state officials. That works out to about $205,000 annually per job, an amount hardly anyone over there (or anywhere else) makes.
  • Creative storage ideas for small spaces

    Baltimore’s quintessential rowhouses have many charms, but ample storage space is typically not among them. “It’s a constant challenge,” says Hampden resident and professional organizer Mary Cate Claudias of Charm City...

    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...

    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;...

    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...