People who live in Baltimore are, scientifically, better than people who choose to live in other cities. The Hey Baltimore podcast exists to give you insight into all the awesome people doing awesome things in our city. Every other week we sit down with interest people who are kind enough to share their stories with us. Subscribe to the Hey Baltimore Podcast on Apples and Androids (and tell your friends).

  • Hey Matt Doud

    Matt Doud's agency Planit turned 23 this year and his latest endeavor- Order & Chaos- just won Baltimore Magazine's Best of Baltimore award for Best Coffee Shop. We discuss his work and the importance of understanding why you love Baltimore, and not just what you love about it.

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  • Hey Claudia Towles

    Claudia Towles' professional and personal lives are almost indistinguishable. Her shop- aMuse Toys- her home, her family, and her new career in real estate are all woven together in her beloved Fells Point. She sits down with us to talk about her decidedly Baltimore life.

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  • Hey David Alima

    David Alima might be the happiest guy in Baltimore. His job is to create unique ice cream flavors and dole them out to the plentiful patrons of The Charmery; he works alongside his wife, whom he adores; and their business is expanding into Union Collective later this year. Listen to his interview and let it inspire you to make your way to Hampden for a delicious cone.

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  • Hey Elan Kotz

    Elan Kotz helped open Food Market in Hampden and then turned his talents to Blikkee- an app he co-created that connects tourists with locals to create a hyper-curated travel experience. Learn more about the app (and Elan) in this week's Hey Baltimore podcast.

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