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Baltimore Theaters Go Virtual 

Closed by Coronavirus, Baltimore theaters go virtual  Baltimore’s theaters, museums and concert venues might have closed their doors in response to the shutdown imposed by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan this week. But that doesn’t mean that they’ve stopped serving the public. They figured that if we cant come to them, …

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Weekend Plans, What to Do April 2-5

We’re approaching another weekend spent mostly indoors. But before you go stir-crazy, we have a few ideas on how to curb that cabin fever were all experiencing. Here are some social distancing friendly things to try this weekend. Thursday  Read everything We always say that we’ll actually take the time …

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Stitched-Up Stories

Stitched-Up Stories: True Tales That Change The Way We See Clothes Clothes, jewelry, shoes—they’re all just meaningless baubles, right? If you’re already hearing Miranda Priestley’s “blue” speech from “The Devil Wears Prada,” let the following books be your cerulean. ‘The Cartiers: The Untold Story of the Family Behind the Jewelry …

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Try These 4 Homemade Lip Scrubs For Spring

With the transition from winter to the warmer months, it’s a great time to reevaluate our beauty routine and add in some exfoliation to prevent dry, chapped lips.  As temperatures fluctuate, the result is often dry lips that can peel, crack and just plain hurt. These DIY lip scrubs can …

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Resources for Community

We will be updating this list throughout the COVID-19 crisis. If you have information on any important resources for our community, please email our editor Jessica Gregg at [email protected] How You Can Help Is your neighborhood engaged in an effort to help others at this time? If so, let us …

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Two Ways to Help on a Rainy Day

Looking for two ways to help on a rainy day? Sure, crawling under the covers is a great option, as we have been home for a few weeks now. But here are two more things that we can try today to take our minds off both the weather and quarantines. …

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Fashion With A Punch

Fashion With A Punch Why do some fighters rise to become champions, whereas others retire without a single win? The trick is confidence, says Baltimore boxer Franchón Crews-Dezurn, “The Heavy-Hitting Diva.” “If you’ve been training long enough, you might realize that no amount of training will ever give you complete …

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Calvert Hall celebrates milestone anniversary

When Calvert Hall College High School opened its doors on West Saratoga Street in September 1845, the city was a thriving port and railroad hub. “Everything was dedicated to keeping those two things going,” says Francis O’Neill, a research librarian with the Maryland Historical Society. Baltimore was geographically smaller—its northernmost …

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Highlandtown’s ‘Top Chef’

After working at various Baltimore restaurants, chef Jesse Sandlin is opening her own eatery, Sally O’s, in Highlandtown. Named after Sandlin’s grandmother, the former Laughing Pint space is scheduled to debut in mid-April. “It’s exciting; it’s terrifying,” says Sandlin, a former “Top Chef” contestant. The Baltimore native, who recently helmed …

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