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Naming It, Overcoming It

At not quite 3 years old, my oldest daughter is too young for a conversation about depression. But after the suicides of two beloved celebrities in June, I’m growing impatient to talk with her about my own experience with the disorder. Specifically, there are two things I learned in my …

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Fashion Friday: Slide and Go

A necessity for any summer shoe is comfort: A summer shoe has to be comfortable enough to walk in, but cute enough to pair with any outfit. Luckily, this year’s hot trend —the single-strapped slide sandal — provides this. Whether it’s a simple brown sandal or an embellished slide with …

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Weekend Plans: What to Do 6/14-6/17

THURSDAY 14 Festival: Columbia Festival of the Arts  Make an artful start to the summer with Columbia Festival of the Arts. This two-week festival kicks off by bringing 50 visual artists to LakeFest on June 15-17 along with bands like Chopteeth Afrofunk, Los Gaiteros de Sanguashington, the U.S. Navy Band Cruisers, …

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Sass and Class

It’s no secret that Sassanova is one of STYLE’s favorite stores in Baltimore. The adorable offerings and friendly, stylish staff keep us coming back again and again for everything from gift guides to fashion shoots…including our May/June issue’s cover! We sent one writer to learn a little bit more about …

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Civic-Minded Skivvies

“It’s in a lot of ways a classic entrepreneurial story,” says Francie Wasser of the origins of her new underwear brand, FranciePants. “I wanted something and I couldn’t find it.” Wasser had recently learned of the health benefits of wearing 100 percent-cotton underwear, but the market was crowded with unattractive …

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Lash Party!

On Thursday, June 7,  STYLE teamed up with the new Amazing Lash Studio in Owings Mills for our first-ever Lash Party! Over wine and cheese, our readers learned about lash extensions and enjoyed fun giveaways, tours of the studio, a massage chair and more.

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A Bouquet of Books

The Downtown Columbia Partnership’s 2nd annual Books in Bloom Festival is back in season, returning after a successful first year at a new location. It will be held this Sunday, June 10 at the Downtown Columbia Lakefront. “There’s always excitement when you introduce something new,” says Vanessa Rodriguez, marketing director …

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Weekend Plans: What to Do 6/7-6/10

THURSDAY 7 Event: STYLE Lash Party! Come out to Amazing Lash Studio in Owings Mills for our fun Lash Party featuring giveaways every half hour (including a full set of lashes!), chair massage, wine and cheese, a swag bag for the first 50 guests and more. RSVP here. 5:30 – …

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Fringe Benefits

Add a little weird to your weekend as Charm City Fringe presents “Nights on the Fringe” on June 8 and 9, bringing together a group of 13 diverse acts at the Baltimore Theatre Project. The event returns for the fifth year with something for everyone and features some of the …

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Well-Suited

Joey Codespote, a senior at Atholton High School in Columbia, wanted a unique prom look. “This was our last high school prom, so we wanted to go out with a bang before graduation” Joey says. He found something explosive: a blue and white, diamond-checkered suit, “The Bavarian,” that matched his …

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Four Weddings and a Haberdasher

For too long, wedding wear has been about women’s wear. Yes, yes, we will admit the obvious: It’s hard to compete with that dress, particularly when so many brides have said yes to some vision of it, sometimes well before they’ve even met their partners. But men from grooms to …

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What’s “Bouldering?”

Interested in living out your dreams of scaling a skyscraper or itching for a new fitness trend to clamber onto? Look no further: Bouldering has come to Baltimore City. On June 5, climbing gym chain Earth Treks will open their first location in Baltimore City inside Union Collective, a collaborative …

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Portugal Perfect

The requirements for our mother-daughter trip were simple: someplace European with warm October weather and off-the-beaten-path places to explore. After a few months of narrowing down our choices, my mom and I found the place: Portugal. Since my mom so generously paid for our trip, I was tasked with getting …

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#GirlBoss

When I received a press release detailing the setup of Gia Winfield’s Purple Peach Nail Bar in Old Goucher, I was struck by just how much was packed into the salon’s description: “With a trendy, upscale Mediterranean ambiance, all services at The Purple Peach Nail Bar are accompanied by complimentary …

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