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Clean Sweep of this Business

When Gerry and Margaret Rogers started My Cleaning Service from the basement of their Baltimore, they probably had no idea that it would one day become one of the largest women-owned businesses in Baltimore with more than 300 employees. Now, five decades later, their granddaughter, Kathleen Bands, has taken up …

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Tough Love From a Self-Help Writer

For many of us, it’s safe to say that just thinking about our most embarrassing moments or worst meltdowns can put our stomach in knots and make us wish that the memory eraser from “Men in Black” actually existed. But as a tough love self-help writer, Lisa Cleary’s entire job …

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It’s All the Rage

all the rage

I have spent a lot of time online during the coronavirus pandemic. With stay-at-home orders and social distancing requirements, it’s nearly impossible to conduct any sort of person-on-the-street interviews IRL. Similarly hampered from socializing, folks have taken to social media more than usual. This is where I find out what’s …

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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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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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Weekend Plans August 6-9

Thursday #TakeoutThursday Moveable Feast’s annual Dining Out for Life fundraiser is happening between now and Sept. 17. We love this annual event, because it gave us a great excuse not to cook—we had to go out to eat at one of the participating restaurants to support this great cause! In …

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From Gowns to Masks

from gowns to masks

Somebody asked Ella Pritsker recently if she missed making wedding gowns. The designer and president of Ella Pritsker Couture still has some dresses to stitch during this pandemic—but every bridal client of hers has postponed nuptials until next year. Still, Pritsker, with trademark graciousness, responded, “I’m being creative every day.” …

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Fit from Home

fit from home

For Maribeth Cox-Livingston, staying at home during the pandemic meant staying active. Instead of falling into the COVID-19 slump, Cox-Livingston started broadcasting daily workouts for her 1,203 Facebook friends, garnering more than 200 views on most of her live-streamed workout routines.  As a part-time instructor at Brick Bodies, she combined …

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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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2020 Virtual Education Fair

Building a Better Baltimore

Four months later, it’s still hard for Holly and John Hoey to find the words. The fact that philanthropist MacKenzie Scott gifted $4 billion to nearly 400 organizations, including six in the Baltimore region, is incredible enough. But the fact that the short list included the two Baltimore-area nonprofits they …

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Wed 16

BSO Sessions

June 16 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Jul 06

Pet Bereavement Support Group

July 6 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Jul 08

Learn Digital Painting and Color Workshop

July 8 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am