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Women of Strength: Alicia Wilson

Alicia Wilson’s enthusiasm is electric. Her leadership journey was sparked as a young woman from East Baltimore attending Mergenthaler Vocational- Technical High School with its motto “Engage! Empower! Excel!” Wilson has embodied these words through every level of her academic and professional career, beginning with stellar (and awarded) years at …

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An Interior Designer for Every Style

While the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us many things over the last year and a half, one of the things that comes to the forefront is the importance of home. In a short period of time, the home has become a place to work, exercise, relax and even attend school. …

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Unusual Pumpkins for Carving

Pumpkins and squashes in shades of misty blue and gray, like those shown here, are delightfully eerie sitting on a porch on Halloween night. Carved pumpkins are as much as part of Halloween as ghosts and goblins; no haunted house is complete without their glow. To create a unique look …

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Reach for the Stars Hosts Baltimore’s First Domestic Violence Awareness Walk

  Reach for the Stars is holding a domestic violence awareness walk at the Under Armour Performance Center on Friday, Oct. 29. Organized by co-founders Ashley Rivera and Lauren Williams—two survivors of domestic violence—it’s an effort to support unity among residents, business owners, and law enforcement officials while normalizing conversations …

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Jocelyn faux ruffle pull thru scarf $95 and faux mandy mittens $45 resize

All Wrapped Up

It’s officially sweater weather! Luckily, the best accessory for the cooler temperatures is also the simplest way to keep warm. Enter the scarf. With several styling possibilities—knotting around the neck, wrapping around the torso like a shawl or tying as a cravat—scarves really are the most functional and fashionable adornment …

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The Well's founder, Mandy Memmel (left) with an employee (referred to as worker bees) of Hon's Honey. | Photo: Jill Fannon.

Erin Allison: Honey with a Cause

  Erin Allison’s business is honey, but not just any honey. It’s honey with a cause. Hon’s Honey employs women who are survivors of addiction, sex trafficking, generational poverty and trauma; 100% of the proceeds go toward their employment. The brand is an extension of the life development program offered …

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Caprece Jackson--Garrett

Baltimore Upcycling, Vintage on Display in ‘Sustainable Fashion Weekend’ Learn about sustainable practices through a bus tour, workshop, panel discussion and fashion show

Caprece Jackson-Garrett says people are starting to gravitate more and more toward reusing and recycling clothing rather than buying it new—because they want to know the stories behind it. “That’s where you have the sentiment,” she says. “Cause we all have something shoved in the back of our closet that …

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