Dismissed: Baltimore’s rent court
A yearlong investigation found that the system routinely works against tenants, while failing to hold landlords accountable for not meeting minimum housing standards.

Bridging the Divide
Even as Baltimore County's population grows more diverse, the schools are becoming more segregated by race and class.

Shoot to Kill
In Baltimore, one of every three people struck by gunfire dies. That means it ranks as the most lethal of America’s largest cities, according to a Baltimore Sun analysis. 

Bridging the Divide: Unequal opportunities
Meet Eli and Mikey, two best friends at Hammond High School in Columbia, Md. who have experienced modern-day segregation in the school system in very different ways. 

Examining Baltimore Vernacular
From "lor" to "hon" to "yo," a look at Baltimore vernacular, featuring D. Watkins and Kondwani Fidel. 

Lost Girls
A Baltimore Sun investigation found that girls are disproportionaltely locked up for low-level offenses. 

Election Day, in one word
Baltimore-area residents express what this election means to them in one word. 

Baltimore Sun sizzle reel
Promotional video created for The Baltimore Sun for marketing and advertising purposes. 

360 Video

Inside a home with 20 code violations
Explore Patrice Rooks’ home in the 4200 block of Flowerton Road in West Baltimore, captured in 360-degree video. Use the controls to discover the code violations that city housing inspectors found in January and February. 

"The Pool" at Light City Baltimore 
Visitors to the Inner Harbor got a sneak peek at some of the Light City installations including "The Pool" by Jen Lewin. "The Pool" is an environment of giant, concentric circles created from interactive, wireless circular pads. 

Filming and Editing

Editor's Corner: March 2014
Managing Editor Max Weiss previews the March 50 Best Restaurants Issue at LAX World in Towson.

Workhorse of the Water
The story of the Margaret McAllister. Project created during the 2008 Carolina Photojournalism Workshop in NC. 

Behind the Scenes: Bryan Voltaggio Photo Shoot
The Bethesda Magazine crew travels to Whitemore Farm in Emmitsburg, Md to photograph Top Chef, Bryan Voltaggio.

Strange Rebels Book Trailer
How 1979 shaped the 21st century. Trailer for Christian Caryl's non-fiction book Strange Rebels. 

2011 Best of Washington Party
Partygoers crowded into the National Building Museum for the sold-out LivingSocial Best of Washington Party.. 

What the Heck do I do with...Ostrich Eggs?
When we found California-raised ostrich eggs at Whole Foods in Alexandria, the first thing we wanted to do was cook one. 

2010 Style Setters Behind the Scenes
Our cameras followed this year's best-dressed Washingtonians as they hit the town for a night out.

Taste Test: Tortilla Coast's Strasburger
We visited three area restaurants featuring Strasburgers on their menus. The burgers were scored on taste, presentation and a creative X-factor or "Strasburgness." 

Racing Presidents
Gwen Purdom endured four rounds of try-outs in order to become a racing president for the Washington Nationals. 

Neighborhood Guide: Penn Quarter
Head to the downtown neighborhood near DC’s Verizon Center for wonderful museums and top restaurants.

Makeovers: Aristia Glinka
For the beauty section of the December 2009 issue of the Washingtonian, seven women submitted for makeovers. Aristia Glinka went to Vidal Sassoon Salon at Tyson's Galleria

The Washingtonian's Style Setters 2009
For this year’s “best dressed” feature, we set out to find confidently fashionable Washingtonians. These 18 men and women are comfortable in their skin and know what makes them look good. 

When Elya met Maizie
Bestselling author Sarah Pekkanen talks to six sets of best friends about the healing power of female friendships. 

The Deepest Bond
Novella and Paul Pegg just celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary. Here's their love story. 

2012 Bethesda Magazine Extraordinary Teens
Meet the winners of Bethesda Magazine's third annual Extraordinary Teen Awards.

Why Madison? - Alexandria, VA
People told us that JMU's general education program lays a foundation they can use for the rest of their lives. 

A Mighty Crusader
For Tyonna Williams and other players, it isn't just about the game. It's about getting a shot at college and a better life.

Be Brave and Shave
The Montgomery County Police Department and Fire & Rescue Squad raise money for the Children's National Medical Center.

2010 Best of Washington Party Teaser
The Best of Washington Party hosted by Washingtonian Magazine at the National Building Museum on July 21, 2010. 

Taste Test: BGR's Strasburger
With a name like Strasburg and a stellar major-league debut, you can't expect any other reaction to 21-year-old Steven Strasburg's rise to fame.

Crisfield's: A Family Tradition
Crisfield Seafood has been in business since 1945 and is located in Silver Spring, MD. 

Hell on Wheels: DC Roller Girls
Meet Camilla the Hun, Bump-Her Kar, Soledad and Dyke Diggler. They are members of the D.C. Roller Girls' league. 

JEB Stuart: Field of Dreams
Football is the all-American sport. So what does a high-school coach do when his players come from Bolivia, Morocco, and Sudan? Answer: He teaches them never to give up.  

"It's my turn"
Andy Ives, a senior at UNC, is participating in Bike & Build this summer where riders will bike approximately 75 miles a day and then stop every few days to build houses in conjunction with local affordable housing organizations. The trip starts May 15, 2009 in Nags Head, N.C. and run through the end of summer in San Diego, C.A.