Education & Family

Charmed Life

Head Back to School in Style With These Local Items

Where to go, and what to buy, to take full advantage of tax-free week.
Charmed Life

Head Back to School in Style With These Local Items

Where to go, and what to buy, to take full advantage of tax-free week.
 Photography by Mike Morgan
News & Community
Cameo: Saketh Sundar
Co-champion of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, incoming freshman at River Hill High School
News & Community

Cameo: Saketh Sundar

Co-champion of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, incoming freshman at River Hill High School
The Chatter
City Council Seeks to Address Trauma Crisis Among Baltimore Children
More than 56 percent of city children have experienced one or more major traumatic events.
The Chatter

City Council Seeks to Address Trauma Crisis Among Baltimore Children

More than 56 percent of city children have experienced one or more major traumatic events.

Education & Family

Arts District

Inspiring Story of Richard Antoine White Featured in New Documentary

R.A.W. Tuba chronicles West Baltimore native’s journey from homelessness to success.

Arts & Culture

Indelible Ink

Nothing says “forever” like a tattoo. Here we feature some of our favorites.

Education & Family

The Love Issue

We’re in the mood to talk about love.


The Chatter

When Having Power of Attorney Has You Feeling Powerless

In making life and death decisions for my mother, the responsibility is paralyzing.

Education & Family

Attorney Sheila Sachs Says Divorce is Not The Anti-Love Story

A member of Gordon Feinblatt, Attorneys at Law, Sachs specializes in family law.

Arts & Culture

Marching Orders

The Dunbar High School marching band fosters a community of musicians.

The Chatter

I Don’t Want to Wear Beige, Nor Keep My Mouth Shut

Walking the tenuous tightrope of the mother- and daughter-in-law relationship.

Style & Shopping

More Than Makeup

A local makeup artist hosts an online program for advancing beauty careers.

On The Town

Six Kid-Friendly New Year’s Eve Celebrations

Ring in 2019 with ice skating, bowling, early ball drops, and more.

Sports

A New Goal

The Washington Capitals bring street hockey to Baltimore City students.

The Chatter

New Star Rating System Introduced to Rank Maryland Schools

One to five stars will be given based on attendance, graduation, and test scores.

The Chatter

Where to Find Best Local Gifts for Curious Kids

We parents are the original Secret Santas.

Education & Family

Cameo: Valencia De’La Clay

We chat with the Baltimore Design School teacher.

The Chatter

Bloomberg Makes Historic $1.8 Billion Gift to Johns Hopkins

Donation to eliminate financial concerns from admission equation for qualified students.

The Chatter

If the Biopsy is Positive, We’re Having Store-Bought Stuffing

My family has a little extra to be thankful for this holiday.

Arts & Culture

The Art of Healing

Notre Dame of Maryland University launches the state’s first art therapy master’s program.

Arts District

Baltimore Kids Show Off Their Skills at Living Classrooms Talent Show

UA House at Fayette hosts the first-ever event thanks to a grant from Lights on AfterSchool.

Education & Family

Cameo: Bryn Parchman

We talk with the president and CEO of Port Discovery Children's Museum.

Arts & Culture

Laura Lippman Talks About Her First Children’s Book

The famed crime fiction writer discusses how the project came to be.

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