This week, Marion Winik’s humorous, all-too-real take on the qualities that differentiate America’s polarizing presidential candidates was our most-read story on the site. Her biting sarcasm and wit offer a reprieve from much of the common political commentary in our newspapers and on TV. Read it again here.

Here are our other most popular posts from Oct. 28-Nov. 4.

Cynthia McIntyre — ‘Gone With The Wind’ Style Mansion on N. Charles Street, Circa 1928: First Time To Market — Tuesday, Nov. 1

Ed Gunts — Urban Landscape: A New Effort to Save Fells Point’s Wooden Houses; McKeldin Fountain Pulverized; Under Armour Project Honored; MOM’s Opening in White Marsh — Monday, Oct. 31

Ethan McLeod — Baltimore County Shelter Waiving Adoption Fees for Black and Orange Cats — Friday, Oct. 28

Ed Gunts — A Look at Michael Phelps’ New Desert Home — Friday, Oct. 28

Ethan McLeod — Baltimore Bike Share Opens Today With a Party in the Inner Harbor — Friday, Oct. 28

Ethan McLeod — Halloween Brings Plenty of Fun, But Also Mayhem to Fells Point — Tuesday, Nov. 1

Stephen Babcock — Spike Gjerde’s Bookish New Cafe Opens Monday — Tuesday, Nov. 1

Ed Gunts — Facing Competition from Amazon, Ukazoo Books is Moving from Towson to Parkville — Tuesday, Nov. 1

Stephen Babcock — Study Finds Baltimore is a Top City to Ride Out a Zombie Apocalypse — Monday, Oct. 31

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Ethan McLeod

Ethan McLeod is a freelance reporter in Baltimore. He previously worked as an editor for the Baltimore Business Journal and Baltimore Fishbowl. His work has appeared in Bloomberg CityLab, Next City and...