Susan Baer joined The Washingtonian in 2005 after 17 years as a Washington correspondent for the Baltimore Sun. During that time, she covered national politics, health and medicine, and social and cultural issues. Before that, she was editor of the Sun’s Sunday magazine. She also worked at the Washington Star, Washington Calendar Magazine, and the Chicago Tribune’s Washington bureau.
Baer grew up in Baltimore and is a graduate of George Washington University. She lives in Chevy Chase with her husband and their daughter.
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- Richard Madaleno: Showing the Way on Marriage Equality
- Inside Seven Unbelievable Washington Offices
- David Broder: One of a Kind
- Who is Ken Cuccinelli?
- The Chagall in the Garden
- Have Less Stress: Beyond Yoga
- Payback Time?
- Gone Fishing
- Searching for Masterpieces
- Days at the Museum
- Smart, Oui! Fun, Non!
- Michelle’s First 100 Days
- Michelle Vs. Cindy
- Doug Duncan's Comeback
- Brothers: Rahm Emanuel and His Family
- “I Have to Dance?”: Kids and Cotillions
- Power 150: People Who Make Things Happen
- 40 Under Forty: Young Washingtonians to Watch
- McAuliffe Gets Dissed by Own High School
- Hillary Clinton's World
- Turnaround Artist
- A Little Help From Schumer’s Friends
- The Washington Ballet Brings Back its Cherished Nutcracker
- When Marriage and Politics Conflict
- Look Closer: Robin Rose's Art is Not What it Seems
- U2's Bono in Washington
- Washington Artist: Andrea Way
- Artist Finds New Style
- Local Artist Tells Tales of Luck and Love
- Five Washington Artists