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Baltimore Looks to Creatively Reopen

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Baltimore has a big opportunity right now as it prepares to reopen, says Jennifer Goold, executive director of the city’s Neighborhood Design Center. Reopening businesses and returning to regular life after the coronavirus pandemic brings a change to “not only support the small business community, but to really show leadership …

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Restart: Deyane Moses

Restart Deyane Moses

As the world moves toward recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, we asked people in our community about a time they started over or started again.  How did they recover and re-energize themselves in those situations? Over the next several weeks, we will share the stories of their #restart. Deyane Moses …

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Aging Well

There was a popular meme that circulated after this year’s Super Bowl: Under the text, “50 years old in 1985,” there was a photo of Blanche Devereaux, the sexy senior on the “Golden Girls” sitcom and a character played by Rue McClanahan.  Next to her was a bodysuit-clad Jennifer Lopez, …

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Kitchen Craft

Prior to starting Unique Kitchens & Baths (UKB), Tanya Smith Shiflett, a Baltimore Native, was a full-time medical sales representative and the loving stepmother of two daughters. “I found myself helping my husband, David Shiflett (a builder and the owner of Esinay Contracting since 2000), with his kitchen designs,” she …

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Spirit of Baltimore

From the Beginning Baltimore is where it all started for Alexandra Fitzgerald and Richard Armstrong. OK, technically the couple met at a party as undergraduates. Alexandra was a student at University of Maryland College Park and Richard was at Norwich University in Vermont. He gave her his number and she …

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She Inspires: Women of Hope

In our May issue of Style, we take a look at women who not only are an inspiration to their communities every day, but also are paving the way for the next generation of fire starters. Here, we profile change-makers who are shaping the future of the city. To read …

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Weekend Fun, What to Do May 28-31

Any Day Fun Try an at-home facial Ever wondered how to get glowing skin? We’ve rounded up some skincare tips to enhance our natural glow. Give yourself an at-home manicure Missing your gel or dip manicures while we’re social distancing?  We’ve got it covered. Lauren Dunne, co-founder of Varnish Lane, …

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8 Ways To Achieve Glowing Skin

A strong indicator of healthy skin is a natural glow. But factors like stressful lifestyles, hectic work schedules, inadequate sleep and lack of nutritional diet can play a significant role in our skin’s overall health. This is where homemade beauty recipes and simple preventive tips come in handy. Instead of …

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Baltimore cancels all large summer events until August 31

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young  announced this week that all large public events in the city are canceled through Aug. 31. This includes the Fourth of July fireworks and the annual Artscape festival. In addition, all events expecting fewer than 250 participants are called off through May 31. “The …

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Weekend Fun, What to Do May 21-24

It’s Memorial Day weekend. The day, of course, is a somber one, but the weekend itself marks the beginning of summer for so many. With that in mind, Weekend Fun: May 21-24 has three ways to honor fallen soldiers and to learn about American history. It also offers some virtual …

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Planet Fitness offers free ‘work-ins’

To help gym-goers and others keep healthy during the pandemic, Planet Fitness has begun the “United We Move” Campaign, which allows exercisers to get in a sweat in 20 minutes or less. To learn more about the campaign, Style spoke with Theodore “Teddy” Savage, fitness training director at Planet Fitness. …

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Weekend Fun, What to Do May 14-17

Searching for some fun and interactive ideas to help cure the weekend boredom?  Here are a bunch of virtual/non-virtual events we can enjoy while social distancing. Thursday  Enjoy a cocktail workshop  Today Beth-Ann Wilson hosts a cocktail workshop through Zoom and in partnership with the Creative Alliance. Learn how to …

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