- FOOD & DINING
- BEAUTY & HEALTH
- HOME & GARDEN
Prehistoric plants and primeval-looking sculpture make this Baldwin, Maryland farm seem timeless.
Fresh New Look
After 20 years, a home in the Hampton area of Towson sheds its formal “Old Baltimore” style in favor of a serene and modern interior.
The New New Networking
Style looks at how social networking technologies and techniques are transforming the way Baltimoreans communicate, commune and do business.
Turning her back on Facebook
After two tumultuous months on the social networking site, writer Sarah Achenbach posts her last status message: “Goodbye, Facebook.”
The wonderful, the strange, the mysterious: they’re all on Craigslist. And writer Simone Ellin has met some of them.
Networked for Success
These 10 Baltimore-based entities employ social networking to build a community, keep their customers informed and survive in these difficult economic times.
These five table settings almost make the meal an afterthought.
This fall, plan on accentuating your existing wardrobe with a few stand-out statement pieces.
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
Writer Mary K. Zajac visits South Mountain Creamery.
Chef Andrew Evans celebrates the lowly eggplant.
Five regional Oktoberfests. More area autumn-themed festivals.
Homestead Inn and Thomas Henkelmann Restaurant in Greenwich, Conneticut.
The Peabody Bookstore and Beer Stube was a one-of-a-kind place.
Writer Carrie McFadden explores a new 'tween trend: coed sleepover parties.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh.
The Back Page
Essayist Chris Corbett thinks Edgar Allan Poe gets no respect.
Dogfest at Shawan Downs.
Rob Tarbell at Gallery Imperato.
Ravens running back Willis McGahee shows off men's accessories for fall.
Letters to Style.