October issue also features 40 Under 40 and a fall arts preview
Move over cold cereal and OJ! In Baltimore magazine?s October issue, readers will get to see the editors? picks for the best everyday breakfasts and weekend brunches in the cover story, The Morning Show.
?We went in search of the best places to nurture our appetites before tackling the day, including local coffee shops,? said food and travel editor Suzanne Loudermilk. ?We even took it a step further, suggesting particular dishes you must try.?
In addition to the editors? picks, the cover story also includes experts? take on how to make the perfect omelet and cup of coffee as well as a list of where to get the best brews.
Also featured in the October issue of Baltimore magazine is 40 Under 40, in which editors profile 40 up-and-comers who are shaping the future of Baltimore in the fields of business, tech, nonprofit, politics, science and the arts. Plus, they get personal and break down facts about their families, favorite reads, where they reside and their favorite places to hang out when they?re not working.
The October issue of Baltimore magazine also highlights some of the area?s best events in music, culture and the arts and profiles legendary screen painter and Baltimore native Johnny Eck in the Fall Arts Preview.
Other highlights of the issue include It?s a Steel, a story about what Pittsburgh has to offer aside from a football rivalry; Family Secrets, an inside-look at how one Baltimore County woman overcame domestic violence in her own family and An Artist?s Eye for Food, a look at how restaurateur Irena Stein strives for an ?A? at her Hopkins caf?s.
The issue is available by subscription and can also be purchased at newsstands throughout the Baltimore area beginning September 20, 2013.
Baltimore magazine is the area?s most popular guide to the best of the greater Baltimore region. Its ?Best of Baltimore,? ?Top Doctors,? and ?Best Restaurants? features have become signatures of the magazine, and Baltimore?s monthly exploration of politics, food, business, lifestyle, and the arts has earned numerous awards, including several City and Regional Magazine Awards(CRMA) and Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) awards. In 2013, Baltimore magazine celebrates its 106th anniversary and is the country?s oldest continuously published city/regional magazine.
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