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Update And Uplift
After a full-scale makeover, a Canton Cove condo becomes a modern, light-filled home.
A 35-acre estate in Baltimore County is infused with spirit of an ancient Himalayan kingdom.
Baltimore architects Edward L. Palmer Jr. and William D. Lamdin designed some of the most unique and beautiful houses in the city.
The owners of a mid-century modern house in Pikesville added living space without compromising their home's design integrity.
A Verdant View
In this Homeland garden, color, texture and form provide a feast for the eyes.
A boating family takes a "schizophrenic" house near Annapolis and transforms it into a charming and comfortable home.
A note from Brian Lawrence
Style's picks for the can't-miss events to put on your calendar.
Style's own gal-about-town dishes on what's new in stores.
What's new and notable.
Food, wine and frivolity.
Food for Thought
Mary K. Zajac traces the origins of Lady Baltimore Cake.
Chef Andrew Evans goes South of the Border in the kitchen.
Three regional house museums: Hillwood, Nemours and Evergreen.
What's new in Virgina Beach.
Three local authors have new books out this spring.
Public relations dynamo Edie Brown.
The Back Page
Essayist Chris Corbett contemplates graduation.
Alyssa Dennis' "Urban Blight" at Gallery Imperato.
Classic men's watches.
The Tower Building was a downtown landmark for 74 years.
Film production and interior designer Tiffany Zappulla.