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Weekend Plans: Nov.21-24

Make plans for the weekend! Here is Baltimore Style’s lineup of great events around the area between Thursday and Sunday. Thursday  Stoop Storytelling: In Search of Safety In this special event, the Charm City-based live storytelling series zeroes in on a controversial topic: forced migration. Refugees and advocates share stories …

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Support System

Beth Tober’s motivation to run derived from entering and training for races. But after amassing an entire drawer full of medals and race T-shirts, she felt her motivation flagging. “Why am I still just running?” she remembers thinking. “There’s got to be something more to it than this.” Her longtime …

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Juul of Denial

Vaping, Juuling, e-cig(arette)s … whatever the name, at this point, experts and doctors all agree that it’s not something kids should be doing. It’s been more than a year and a half since Baltimore’s Child looked at vaping in this column, and we’re sorry to report the situation has grown …

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Wedding Cover Contest!

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Calling all engaged couples: We’re having a cover contest, and we’re looking to feature one pair of Baltimore area betrothed on the cover of our upcoming Wedding Issue. WHO: Maybe you and your fiancee! WHAT: Our Wedding 2020 issue, which hits newsstands at the end of January. HOW: Tell us …

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Dish it Up

Baltimore is immersed in foodies with a following. Any rumors of a decline in blogging, it seems, have been greatly exaggerated, at least for these three social-media influencers, armed with their handheld lights, menus and growing platforms. Recipes and write-ups For Jordan Zelesnick, widely known as @jzeats on Instagram, it’s …

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Winged Beauty

Since last month, a garden in New York City’s American Museum of Natural History has been aflutter with hundreds of colorful butterflies from around the world. Through the spring, the AMNH’s Whitney Hall of Oceanic Birds will be home to as many as 500 butterflies from farms in both Americas, …

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Hammer Time

The doors opened at 6 for Canton Ace Hardware’s 6th Annual Ladies’ Night. But Monica Baker and Betsy Laucks, both of Upper Fells Point, arrived at 4:40 to be the first in a line of 100 eager shoppers. Nearly all were women, with a stray male or two trying not …

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Stylin’ at 30

A heartfelt thanks to all who came to our Big Bash on Nov. 7 to help us celebrate three great decades of Baltimore Style. Happy birthday to us! We loved every minute of our party, from the photo booth to the fashion show, and have these highlights to share with …

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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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