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Slow and steady wins the race for Baltimore area bike retailer

Store owners know how tough it is to beat the chains that undercut them. But one Baltimore area bike retailer has come out on top since it opened 35 years ago. Race Pace Bicycles now operates five stores and brings in between $8 million and $10 million in sales. 

Expanded Maryland Film Festival to feature Matthew Porterfield's latest movie

Baltimore filmmaker Matthew Porterfield talks about his latest film "I Used to Be Darker," showing next week at the Maryland Film Festival. The movie premiered at Sundance and picked up awards in Nashville and Buenos Aires.  

The cat's out of the bag: Maryland-raised purse designer is a rising fashion star

Danielle DiFerdinando's purses are sold at top department stores and have received Oprah Winfrey's endorsement. The Maryland native talks about her rise in the fashion industry and her new purse line.

Globe Poster's iconic images live on in new exhibit

The Globe Poster Co. created ads promoting legendary African-American musicians. Now its posters will be on display in a new exhibit at the Creative Alliance, which starts April 27. Though it closed three years ago, the company's influence can be seen in Baltimore and around the world. 

Step OUT to meet Bobby Flay at Wegmans

Celebrity chef Bobby Flay will be signing copies of his new book "Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction" at the Columbia Wegmans April 24.

Slideshow: Toast to the Drink Local Wine Conference in Baltimore

Savor this slideshow that captured the red and white wines featured at the Twitter Taste-Off last weekend at Camden Yards. It was the final event in the daylong Drink Local Wine Conference in Baltimore.

Mesh Baltimore advances continuing education

Mesh Baltimore is tapping into the demand among adults who want new experiences and skills. Students can learn how to make spinach pie or how to keep Fido from barking at the neighbors.

Step OUT for Wit & Wisdom's wine education series

Learn about white wines from around the world at Wit & Wisdom's inaugural monthly wine tasting class April 25.

Investing in the environment pays off for Woodberry firm

Ecosystem Investment Partners raises money to restore and protect rural streams and wetlands. Developers and city agencies then buy credits from the company to fulfill federal environmental regulations. Learn more about this Baltimore company that is banking on the environment.

Step OUT for the CityLit Festival

The CityLit Festival is holding its 10th annual festival April 13 at the Enoch Pratt Free Library. This year's event will feature poets, novelists, fiction and non-fiction writers. 

Q&A: Spike Gjerde dishes on the local food supply chain

Spike Gjerde, owner of Woodberry Kitchen and Artifact Coffee, is cooking up plans for several new ventures that will help him supply the local food that he needs for his businesses. He chats with BmoreMedia about the Baltimore Food Hub and his new butcher shop in Remington.

Step OUT for the Drink Local Wine Conference

Join fellow wine enthusiasts to learn more about Maryland vintners at the Drink Local Wine Conference April 13. It takes place at the Tremont Suites Hotel & Grand Historic Venue. 

Video shines the spotlight on Hampden store Sixteen Tons

Daniel Wylie, owner of men's clothier Sixteen Tons, talks about the challenges of running a small business in this video by Shine Creative.  

Restaurants rise from the rubble in historic buildings

Local developers are turning historic Baltimore properties into unique restaurant spaces. We take a look at some projects that have recently been converted or are underway. 

Step OUT to see 'God of Carnage'

Everyman Theatre's second play in its new west side home tells the story of two couples who meet after their sons fight on the playground. 
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