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Celebrate the Arts This Fall in Baltimore

Baltimore has made a name for itself with its diverse arts and entertainment scene. When COVID-19 forced in-person experiences to go virtual throughout much of 2020, some wondered whether the arts would enjoy a rebound. As venues reopen this year with public health and safety measures in place, fall brings …

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Women of Strength: Amy Pollokoff

Despite a career, a marriage and two daughters, Amy Pollokoff, a lay leader at The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore and currently the chair of the Associated Women’s Campaign, still has found time over the years to dedicate herself to improving her local community. Pollokoff grew up in Pikesville as …

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There’s No Shame in Staying Flat

Editor’s Note: Early into Breast Cancer Awareness Month, “International Flat Day,” Oct. 7, is intended to bring awareness to the option of taking a pass on breast reconstruction after a mastectomy. In this article, contributing writer Courtney McGee details her experiences with the decision to “stay flat.” I was diagnosed with …

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Women of Strength: Jeannie Howe

  Greater Baltimore’s community of artists embraces a tapestry of personalities. Organized by artists and cultural organizations to nurture, promote and connect the cultural sector of Baltimore and its surrounding five counties, the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) provides support that allows the arts in Baltimore to flourish. Executive director …

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The Things Breast Cancer Survivors Wish You Knew

Three women with pink breast cancer awareness ribbon

“Pinktober” is upon us, and the saturation of pink everything runs a little cliché and somewhat controversial. Don’t rush out and get a pink ribbon tote bag for your friend with breast cancer. Parts of survivorship aren’t widely understood—sometimes even by newly diagnosed patients themselves. Jill Mull, a breast cancer …

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Hearth, Heart and Hospitality

Quaker settlers and travelers have dined and lodged within its walls. Its heritage as a fine-dining destination has attracted guests from all corners of Maryland. When the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered this beloved Baltimore County attraction, the fate of the property and its purpose was unknown. In July, The Milton Inn …

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