Weekend

MELODY SWEN - May 1st, 2014

The drudgery of last-week-of-classes and the constant downpour we’ve had this last week has washed away any memories of Spring Fair. If you’re burned out  and need a reminder that it really, truly, is spring, then consider a trip down…

How to visit DC during the Shutdown

SALLY HWANG - March 7th, 2014

With the government shutdown, it seems like the worst time to visit DC. But though visiting now might not be the ideal time, there are still ways to make the best of it if you’ve already set the date. In…

Adoremus seeks out Korean BBQ

KEVIN WELLS - March 7th, 2014

Ah, Columbus Day, a great day to pay homage to cultural diversity and tolerance, if only out of irony. I had the pleasure of going to Nak Won, a Korean restaurant, for dinner this past Columbus Day with Adoremus, and…

Marine wonders make great study break

SOOEAN CHIN - March 7th, 2014

It had been approximately three weeks since I had set foot in Baltimore, and I actively sought out what the city had to offer me. My goal to become an adroit Baltimorean by the end of the year necessitated the…

Part vintage, part book store dazzles

CAMILLE KO - March 7th, 2014

Hampden puts the “h” in hipster. The neighborhood is crammed with just about everything vintage from thrift shops to extensive record collections. Walking down 36th, you can tell that Hampden has an affection for the old days. There is one…

B-art-imore art sale reveals hidden talent

BECKY GRENHAM - March 7th, 2014

This past Saturday, artists throughout the city gathered at Station North to show and sell their pieces. I walked into the cozy “Chicken Box,” a former restaurant now used occasionally as an arts gallery/space on North Avenue, eager to see…

Overlooked food gems hide in local sidewalk cafe’s selection

SALLY HWANG - March 7th, 2014

Carma’s is the local sidewalk café just a little ways down St. Paul. It is also known as my favorite café ever. I discovered Carma’s with my friend last year. It was a sweet discovery on my part. I didn’t…

Combine bowling, breakfast for a blast

KEVIN WELLS - September 23rd, 2013

This weekend I had the great pleasure of going to Perry Hall Lanes with the on-campus group, Stepping Stone, to bowl. As an avid fan of the activity, it was a great relief for me, as well as a casual…

Contemporary artist to share, answer questions about works

SALLY HWANG - September 23rd, 2013

The most common response to modern art seems to be plain and simple confusion. “What is this supposed to be?” “I don’t get it.” Although I enjoy art museums and galleries in general, I will admit that modern art often…

Course hopping isn’t referring to classes

LIZZIE KIM - September 19th, 2013

With two tired working parents, eating out has been a regular thing for my family. My parents and I are big foodies. After living near San Francisco, which offers every type of food possible, I was extremely disappointed with the…

Pickles, fruit under expressway

MELODY SWEN - September 19th, 2013

Every Sunday underneath the Jones Falls Expressway on Saratoga Street between Holliday and Gay Street, Baltimore Farmer’s Market & Bazaar cries “come one, come all!” as it welcomes in its 36th season. The farmer’s market runs from Apr. 7 through…

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