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  • Greektown home is full of contemporary glamour

    Greektown home is full of contemporary glamour
    Just east of Highlandtown in Baltimore's Greektown neighborhood, the exteriors of the two-story brick rowhouses all look pretty much alike. It's the creative details — a painted front door, window trim or stained glass transoms — with which the owners state their individuality.
  • Dream Home: Washington Place apartment exudes elegance and history

    Dream Home: Washington Place apartment exudes elegance and history
    The white Beaux-Arts-style building in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood, known simply as 700 Washington Place, is considered by many as one of the city's most elegant addresses. Julie Canard, a Washington native, was smitten by what she describes...

    Book Festival gets positive reviews on Inner Harbor move

    Book Festival gets positive reviews on Inner Harbor move
    The Baltimore Book Festival, once an annual staple in Mount Vernon Square, is smack dab in the touristy Inner Harbor this year, a move that got mostly positive reviews Saturday. Some who took part in the festival in Mount Vernon say they miss the venue...

    Improvements to National Mall impressive, more planned

    Improvements to National Mall impressive, more planned
    It's improving. It's better. Americans can be proud of it again. What, you thought we were talking about Congress? We're talking about the National Mall this city's national park that contains everything from the Washington Monument to the national...

    Washington, D.C.: Four best places to view 'Out of Many, One' portrait

    Washington, D.C.: Four best places to view 'Out of Many, One' portrait
    Washington, D.C.'s newest face? It's a 6-acre portrait called "Out of Many, One" and it's made of sand, soil and gravel. Here's the catch: You can't see it from the ground. Those walking through the artwork, which opened Saturday beside the reflecting...