Danielle Ohl

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Danielle Ohl is a  reporter for The Capital Gazette.

Recent Articles

  • A$AP Ant wants to be the Kanye West of Baltimore

    A$AP Ant wants to be the Kanye West of Baltimore

    Ask Adam Kirkman when he got into fashion, and he’ll tell you he’s always been “fresh.” The 24-year-old Baltimorean grew up admiring the skaters who frequented city streets as well as the sneakers at Gentei, a now-defunct streetwear store off Morton Street. Now, he has 300 pairs of sneakers by...

  • 25 best events in Baltimore's suburbs this fall

    25 best events in Baltimore's suburbs this fall

    The Baltimore area’s vibrant arts attractions on the horizon this fall aren’t confined within city limits. There’s plenty going on in the surrounding counties, as well, whether you’re looking for family-friendly festivals or a night at the theater. For more, see best bets for: pop music | theater...

  • These under-the-radar Baltimore art galleries are worth a visit

    These under-the-radar Baltimore art galleries are worth a visit

    These lesser-known Baltimore galleries and performance spaces — many of them artist-run — may not be on your radar. It’s time to change that. Pipe Dreamz After Ansar Miller-Abdullah watched the unrest following the death of Freddie Gray in the spring of 2015, he wanted to fill a void he saw for...

  • Maryland farm creates Curious George-themed corn maze

    Maryland farm creates Curious George-themed corn maze

    America’s favorite curious monkey is finding a new adventure at MD Sunrise Farm in Gambrills. Curious George will star in Sunrise’s corn maze in honor of the beloved cartoon character’s 75th birthday year. The maze, located on more than eight acres of the former Naval Academy farm, will open Sept....

  • 'Game of Thrones' season finale recap: 'He needs to know'

    'Game of Thrones' season finale recap: 'He needs to know'

    The end of season seven of “Game Of Thrones” has come and gone and with it, the assurance that winning the Great War will be a priority for all of the squabbling lords and ladies of Westeros as well as any hope someone would tell Jon about his parentage before he fell in love with his aunt. The...

  • Goat yoga gains popularity in Bel Air

    Goat yoga gains popularity in Bel Air

    Two young goats frolick about, snacking on leaves and small piles of feed. The brother and sister kids, Samson and Delilah, chase each other among smiling humans, sniffing and nibbling on the occasional shoe. This happy scene was not playing out at a local petting zoo, but at a yoga studio. Samson...

  • Once a month, Fallston's Main Street becomes a booming home decor destination

    Once a month, Fallston's Main Street becomes a booming home decor destination

    Most days of the year, Main Street in Fallston is an ordinary road with a few homes and a post office. The 350-yard strip is so unassuming, it doesn’t even have lane markings. But one weekend a month, this otherwise sleepy country road explodes into a home design destination. Three stores — Farmhouse...

  • Hampden writer uses every surface of his rowhome to tell a story

    Hampden writer uses every surface of his rowhome to tell a story

    In Joseph Young’s parlor, there are words on the ceiling: “They came. They went,” they read. There are words on the computer, the windows, the kitchen cupboard, the bedspread upstairs. Young is a writer, but his most recent work isn’t found on paper. For the foreseeable future, his Hampden rowhouse...

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