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8 Steps to Building a More Sustainable Wardrobe

Jess Carpenter, Instagram influencer and owner of Hampden’s Carpenter Studio boutique, shares her tips for making your closet more eco-friendly and creating a more sustainable wardrobe. Don’t begin by throwing everything away. A closet full of Zara, H&M and other fast fashion brands might feel the opposite of eco-friendly, but …

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‘Curl Discovery’

Curl Discovery

When you visit Diaspora Salon’s website, you’ll see a homepage filled with images of people of color, art, hair, quotes, Black Lives Matter signs, outfits, plants and more. Owner and Randallstown native Yasmine Young explains that people often rely on firsthand reviews or referrals before going to a business. She …

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Charcuterie Boards 101

Charcuterie Boards 101

What’s not to love about charcuterie boards? They’re versatile, easy to prepare and, most importantly, delicious. They also make quite the impressive Thanksgiving appetizer when curated with care. Here, Melissa Shear, owner of CheezMD, offers expert tips for artful displays of meat, cheese, crackers and more. Upgrade your dishware Thanksgiving …

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More Fall Comfort Food Classics from Baltimore Chefs

Comfort Food Recipes

We’re serving up even more comfort food specialties you can prepare at home with the following recipes. Find more recipes from these Baltimore-area chefs in the Baltimore Style November 2020 edition. Recipe by Chef Zack Mills from True Chesapeake Oyster Co. Spaghetti with Butternut Squash and Clams Makes 4 servings INGREDIENTS …

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The Addict Next Door

The Addict Next Door

I am the addict next door. You know…the woman who lives in the nice house in the nice neighborhood with the nice family. That’s me. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 130 people in the United States die from an opioid overdose each day. These days, it is …

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Ways to Support Veterans in Baltimore

Veteran's Day

In the spirit of Veterans Day, you can make a contribution to support veterans in our community, whether that contribution is a gift of money, talent or time. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many people, but various nonprofit organizations are dedicated to offering ways for people like you to volunteer …

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Cancer Conundrum

Cancer Conundrum lung cancer

The image of a woman hearing the word “cancer” delivered solemnly across her doctor’s desk brings to mind diagnoses of breast, skin or ovarian categories. Lung cancer is not as expected, but it has become increasingly common. Approximately 229,000 adults will be diagnosed with lung cancer this year (13% of …

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Back Page: A Q&A with Dr. Wendy Osefo

Professor, media personality, political commentator and nonprofit leader Dr. Wendy Osefo maintains a fulfilling professional life. Find out how this busy mother of three children does it all through her signature style. Q: Why do you love teaching? A: I love teaching because I think it’s so powerful to be …

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Adjusting to Telehealth in the Age of COVID

Adjusting to Telehealth in the age of COVID

As COVID-19 emerged on the public health scene, patients and providers suddenly had to switch from traditional in-person appointments to telehealth. Now, having spent months adjusting to telehealth, many are welcoming the change. In 2014, Greg Bennett, now 24, was diagnosed with metachromatic leukodystrophy (MLD), a rare genetic neurological disease …

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Fall Fun and Halloween Happenings

Fall fun and Halloween happenings

Variations on Vision Don’t miss the last few days of Rapid Lemon Productions’ 16th Annual Variations Project: Variations on Vision. Presented by Free Fall Baltimore, this 10-minute festival features a collection of short plays, lasting about 10 minutes, by local authors. This year, the group is not only presenting its …

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