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Pampered Pets

His name is Wilson. And I am continuously entertained by the Facebook posts that feature him. Wilson attends doggie daycare and has his photo taken with Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny. Other posts share his treats from a secret Santa and the loot of doggie goodies from his Valentine’s …

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‘Thank You’

Every Thanksgiving, before my family gorges on turkey with gravy and marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes, we go around the table and share something we’re thankful for. I would bet you have a similar family tradition. But are your responses as broad and generic as ours? Most of us say that we’re …

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‘Aladdin’s’ Whole New World


The Broadway national tour of Disney’s “Aladdin” is making its way through cities across the country bringing a whole new world to the Hippodrome starting Nov. 13. As the show approaches its second anniversary, five new cast members have been added, including newcomer Kaena Kekoa, a native of Hawaii who …

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An Evening of Hope

CHANA presented VOICES: an evening of hope, vision, and inspiration on Oct. 30, 2019. The annual event in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month was co-chaired by Penny Brown and Ellen Plant. With 280 guests, the sold-out event featured inspiring stories of survivorship, including a keynote address by survivor Cheryl …

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Baltimore’s Lost Restaurants

Suzanne Loudermilk and Kit Waskom Pollard, two well-established Baltimore writers, have penned a new book that finds a table for readers in some of Balitmore’s long-gone eateries, “Lost Restaurants of Baltimore.” It’s a history of the city through its restaurants — a book of food and social trends for which …

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A Web Series Created in Baltimore

"Thespian" web series

You may have seen the crew of the new web series “Thespian” shooting around Baltimore in bars, markets, shops and galleries. With the first season of the home-grown comedy already available on Amazon Prime, the show’s indie producers are hoping for a mid-December release of season two. The show focuses …

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Baltimore’s North Pole of Gift Baskets

Gift basket from Eddie's of Roland Park

Wandering into the office break room to fetch a sandwich bag full of limp celery, you see it, perched in the center of the table. With its cellophane wrap coruscating under the fluorescent lights, it is the first gift basket of the season. Within seconds, the moribund celery is forgotten. …

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Who’s There?

When radio producer Kara McGuirk-Allison was 4 years old, she woke up one night “absolutely convinced there was a ghost in the room with me.” As an adult, that memory  rushed back when she read a Pew Research Center survey that found that 65 percent of Americans believe in the …

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Our 2019 Readers’ Choice Winners

Thank you to all who voted in our second annual Readers’ Choice contest. We saw so much enthusiasm this year — and we don’t blame you. There are a lot of great businesses, restaurants, health-care providers and others in the Baltimore area that deserve your recognition. We invite you to …

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Follow Me

Do you know 1,000 people? How about 10,000? Neither do these Baltimore influencers, but thousands of people know them. Not only that, they follow their lives closely, tuning in from their smartphones for a glimpse into their days. As one of those curious followers, I was intrigued by what goes …

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Capture the Moment

Winks Photo Booth, a photo booth rental in Washington DC, is the official photo booth for Big Bash 2019. Winks is an open-air photo booth that services DC, Maryland, and Virginia. They use a Microsoft tablet, Canon DSLR camera, and professional strobe used together deliver clear, sharp, and fun images. An …

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Our Big Bash Fashion Show Returns

On Nov. 7, Baltimore Style celebrates its 30th birthday at our annual Big Bash. Once again, well-known creative director and influencer Lana Rae will produce the evening’s fashion show.  We had a few questions for this busy producer in anticipation of this year’s trend-filled event. What drew you to fashion …

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Storied Fashion

The Maryland Historical Society has unlocked one of its greatest archival treasures in a new exhibition, Spectrum of Fashion, now open to the public through October 2020. It opened with a fashion show hosted by Maryland-native Christian Siriano and continues to wow: The exhibit showcases 100 of more than 14,000 garments …

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