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Inspiring Home Kitchen Design

Home is where everything is. Our homes are no longer places where we keep our possessions and sleep at night. Today, home is an office, restaurant, gym, spa, school and entertainment. It’s the safe haven where we can relax, prepare meals and spend time with our family and loved ones. …

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Mid-Atlantic Media acquires MetroKids magazine

Mid-Atlantic Media, LLC announced Feb. 8, 2021 that it has expanded its media holdings with the acquisition of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, MetroKids publication. MetroKids, a regional parenting magazine covering Philadelphia and its Pennsylvania suburbs, South Jersey and Delaware, was sold by KidStuff Publications Inc. and its president, Nancy Lisagor. Terms …

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Calvert Hall College High School

Calvert Hall College High School

  Calvert Hall College High School is a Lasallian Catholic college preparatory school for men grades 9-12 located in Towson. We prepare our diverse community of young men to achieve their full potential utilizing their unique talents. Through excellent academic and extracurricular programs led by innovative and dedicated educators, our …

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Calvert Hall Named Top Private School

Calvert Hall College High School

Calvert Hall College High School, a Lasallian Catholic college preparatory school, has been recognized as “Best Private High School” by multiple publications. Calvert Hall was awarded this top honor by The Baltimore Sun and The Daily Record Reader Rankings. A cornerstone of Calvert Hall’s tradition of excellence in education is an outstanding and dedicated …

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One Family’s 2020 Story

one family's 2020 story

In April, Dr. Kevin Carr, a hospitalist at Adfinitas Health, wasn’t surprised he was feeling a little worn out. The Washington County hospital where he worked hadn’t been particularly hard hit by the COVID-19 crisis—only around five to seven COVID-19 patients had presented by mid-April. But doctors and medical staff …

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How We Get Self-Care Wrong

How we get self-care wrong

If one more person tells me I need to “fill my cup” in the interest of self-care, I’m going to hotbox them in a meat locker. With lots and lots of aged meats. Stop telling me to get a massage. I don’t want a facial or a pedicure. I might …

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6 Questions with Mike Haynie

Mike Haynie

Mike Haynie is the CEO of the Maryland Center for Hospitality Training. When the coronavirus shut down the hospitality industry, he partnered with Dupont Laboratories for a training program called Back to Work Safely. Now, Haynie, who has spent a career in the hotel industry, is prepared to go global …

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Telepsychiatry Explained

telepsychiatry explained

I first met a patient I will call Madison during a virtual consultation. Madison had been struggling with depression for many years but had never been referred for treatment. Following her virtual consult, we brought her in for evaluation. We realized she needed a higher level of care and admitted …

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