10/2/2009

Artists have been drawn to Baltimore by inexpensive rents, plenty of warehouse spaces and an affinity for misfits. By opening galleries, studios and performance spaces, those artists have transformed some of Baltimore's dodgier neighborhoods, such as Highlandtown and Hampden, into tourist-worthy hot spots. Tapas restaurants and upscale cafes have moved in beside the sports bars and crab shacks to give the city more depth and attract a wider variety of visitors.

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