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New foundation takes aim at the high cost of youth sports

Getting kids enrolled in basketball, baseball and soccer can cost thousands of dollars a year — an expense that many families can't afford. So Darryl Hill launched a foundation that will help families offset the costs and work with youth leagues and manufacturers to bring prices down. 

Check Out BmoreMedia's Top Stories of 2012

Want to know which stories were the most read in 2012? These were stories that covered happenings in Hampden, Station North, Harbor East and Fells Point. 

Step OUT: To Help Reshape Charm City

Join artists, intellectuals, public health officials and innovators as they explore ways to reenergize the urban lanscape in Baltimore.  It takes place Jan. 25 at Morgan State University. 

Main Street Group Hopes to Jumpstart Retail in Northeast Baltimore

The Hamilton-Lauraville neighborhood has become a dining destination with restaurants like Clementine. But the local Main Street group wants the area to be known for its shopping as well. So it's renovating an old fire station that it will use as an incubator to support budding shop owners.

Mission Nutrition: Nonprofits Provide Healthful Foods

Many Baltimore City residents live in food deserts, where access to wholesome food is scarce. Several Baltimore nonprofits are placing farm-fresh produce in low-income neighborhoods and offering nutrition counseling.

New Restaurants Embrace Pizza, Beer and Greek Food

We take a look at some of the new restaurants that opened, or reopened, in Baltimore last year and some of the dining trends that emerged. 

Step OUT: To Celebrate the Holidays at the Waterfront

Head down to the Inner Harbor for a holiday light show that includes fireworks, lasers and music. 

Travel the World on the Charm City Circulator Purple Route

Our intrepid food blogger hits the Charm City Circulator once again in search of culinary finds. This time, Dara Bunjon is on the hunt for ethnic eats in Mount Vernon and Federal Hill. Hop on board. 

Our Guide to Ethnic Dining on the Purple Route

Our dining guru has compiled a list of tips to help guide you on your tour of international restaurants along the Charm City Circulator Purple Route. 

Step OUT: To Eat and Drink Like the Greeks

Learn about the healthful benefits of a Mediterranean diet at the Food for Thought Symposia at the Inn at the Black Olive, which takes place Dec. 10.

In Good Company: Coworking Spots Cater to Solo Workers

Tired of hearing their dog bark and seeing dirty dishes in the sink, some independent workers are fleeing the distractions of home for shared office space. 

A Desk of One's Own: A Guide to Coworking in Greater Baltimore

Thinking of chucking the home office for a collaborative space? Here's a list of some coworking spots, including what you can expect to pay and the amenities they provide. Where can you find a foosball table?

New Magazine Toasts Maryland Wines

Explosive growth in the number of Maryland wineries prompted Susan Southard to launch the state's first magazine devoted to the industry, Welcome to Maryland Wine Country.

Md. Salad Dressing Company Finds Tasty Recipe for Success

A family-run salad dressing company launched three years ago during a recession. Today, Tessemae's pulls in $3 million in sales, thanks to its deal with Whole Foods. 

Contest: Win Tickets to Everclear and Eve 6 at Rams Head

We're giving away two pairs of tickets to see these bands at Rams Head Live Dec. 6. 
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