Now that we’re a year old, you need to know where to go to keep up with all of our wonderful, informative and entertaining content! You don’t want to miss the party!
You’ve obviously found this, so we can assume you’re pretty familiar with our website. Here, you’ll find new stories and features posted and updated throughout the day. We’ve got all of the great articles from each print edition, blog posts from Michael Olesker and others, weekly news round-ups and events listings. And of course it goes without saying that you can access us on mobile, too.
Our Facebook page is there for you. This is where we’re really hoping to build a community of friends and followers. We encourage you to comment on articles, engage in conversations with fellow readers and watch any of our weekly Facebook Live videos – “Need to Know” with Alan Feiler on Tuesdays, “This Week in Baltimore Eating” with Richard Gorelick on Thursdays and “Your Weekend Agenda” with Simone Ellin on Fridays.
Here’s another platform where you can join the conversation on any of the carefully curated news or lifestyle items we post. We’re good for it. Plus, you’ll find retweets from some of our favorite organizations and media outlets, as well as discussions on trending topics.
This is where we really let loose and let it all hang out. Follow us to keep up with community events, staff shenanigans and more. You’ll also find behind-the-scenes or company Boomerangs and the occasional Instagram story.
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Our channel includes playlists for each of our Facebook Live series, companion videos to some of our news articles and fun features. You’ll also find some behind-the-scenes staff videos here.
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Out and about
Jmore’s event staff is often at community events, including street fairs, farmers’ markets and outdoor festivals. Look for our table for the chance to score prizes and giveaways. You can also check our events calendar to see if we have any upcoming Jmore events at jmoreliving.com/events.
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