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We were honored to receive a Social Innovation Award and a grant from the publishers of the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, the Warnock Foundation. Lighting the way to Baltimore’s future A celebration of music, light and ideas could put the city on the cultural cutting edge. By Michael Cross-Barnet Cover photo courtesy of Saard Saenmuang Portraits by Cale Whitworth The Grand Prix won’t be coming back to the Inner Harbor in 2014, and some are not sad to see it go. The event, with its barricades, noise and pollution, did not strike everyone as the way to move Baltimore into the future and bring people together. Brooke Hall,

Baltimore Magazine awarded What Weekly Best Zine: New School. What Weekly Magazine Documenting the city’s renaissance, What Weekly’s collective of artists, entrepreneurs, educators, and writers produce media “dedicated to telling the positive stories about Baltimore.” The mission: “to create positive social change by amplifying the good stuff.” What we really like about What Weekly are the killer images and photography. Go to the website >

Baltimore Magazine awarded What Weekly Magazine the Best New Magazine award in 2011. Best New Magazine: What Weekly "The online mag's tagline is 'Documenting the Baltimore Renaissance,' and few outlets do it as well as What Weekly, which launched last year. Covering broad stretches of the city's arts and cultural scenes, from the Transmodern Festival to the recent Scapescape, its dispatches are filled with lush photos and front-line accounts from events that are often overlooked by mainstream media. While many of us are quietly proud of Baltimore's reputation as a home for experimental artists and musicians, What Weekly is giving them a