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 At Bead Wear with Laura LeBrun Hatcher  Towson graphic designer Laura LeBrun Hatcher discovered Bead Wear at 29 Allegheny Ave. in Towson about a year ago and was immediately smitten.  “It’s a tiny little jewel box of a place with beautiful handmade jewelry created by shop owner Patti Hall and other really unique pieces by local artisans, including vintage handbags…

Gifts to Remember

Amid the stress and excitement of prepping for the holidays—when will I find time to bake those cookies for the party at work? Will anyone notice the reindeer on the mantle is missing a leg?—it can be easy to lose sight of what's really important: quality time together with friends and family. As a staff, we took a timeout from…

Editor’s Gift Picks

We know how stressful it can be to find the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list. So we've done the hard work for you by gathering these inspired finds from Towson's top merchants. Whether you need a quick stocking stuffer for the little ones or a luxury item for your sweetheart, you can find it here. Our editor's picks…

Happy Holidays

The holidays are almost upon us, and here at Towson Lifestyle, we couldn’t be more ready for an inspired season of shopping and get-togethers with friends and family. Whether you’re figuring out your holiday gift list (“Shop Small”) or looking for inspiration for your holiday decorating (“Homewood by Candlelight”), we are here to help make the … Continued

December 2018 Around Town

Cambridge School Buys Brown Memorial Cambridge School, an independent, classical and Christ-centered school serving students in Baltimore City and Baltimore County in grades K–8, has purchased Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, at 6200 N. Charles St., according to MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, LLC. Brown Memorial Church has recently merged with Govans Presbyterian Church, making the property available. … Continued

Towson Chamber of Commerce’s Taste of Towson

The Eighth Annual Taste of Towson was held on Thursday, Sept. 20 at Towson University’s SECU Arena, featuring culinary delights from 30 of Towson’s favorite restaurants. More than 500 guests were treated to everything from the Charmery’s ice cream concoctions to Charles Village Pub’s famous bacon-wrapped shrimp. The Towson Chamber thanks everyone who made for another … Continued

First Things First

Many of us begin the new year with a to-do list of well-intentioned resolutions, but there’s no need to jump in feet first. Instead, ease into 2019 (and the “new you”) with a relaxing day at home gathered with friends and family.

Second Chances’ Wreckers Ball

Second Chances' signature event, the Wreckers Ball, was held on Oct. 13. Guests enjoyed live music, dancing, games, a silent auction, a raffle and more. Delicious food was provided, and an open bar served beer, wine and signature cocktails (like the classic screwdriver or the lesser known rusty nail). Guests wore “construction-themed" attire, and a “construction … Continued

The Red Affair

Ella Pritsker and Michele Speaks collaborated with The Red Devils to host The Red Affair, an intimate patron dinner raising funds to provide treatment support for families affected by breast cancer in the Baltimore area. The exquisite menu prepared by Innovative Gourmet was paired with Burgundy Pinot Noirs chosen by The French Paradox Wines in … Continued

Homewood by Candelight

One magical night each year, visitors have the opportunity to step back in time at Homewood Museum on the Johns Hopkins University campus, experiencing the festive holiday spirit of life as it was lived by the affluent Charles Carroll family in the early 1800s.