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 & Culture

Learning Curve

Maker spaces transform you—whether blacksmith, potter, or jeweler—from novice to master.

The Chatter

Baltimore City Teachers Rely on Fundraising and Second Jobs For Classroom Supplies

Teachers go above and beyond to compensate for city school budget gap.

The Chatter

New School Tip Line Created to Anonymously Report Threats

Governor Larry Hogan announced new initiative to keep Maryland students safer.


Arts District

AVAM’s New Exhibit Meditates on the Complexities of Parenting

Parenting: An Art Without A Manual opens on Saturday.

Outside World

Put These Fall Family Festivals On Your Calendar

Whether apple picking to pumpkin painting, kids will love these autumnal activities.

The Chatter

Fourth Annual Walk For Hope Shines Light On SIDS Awareness Month

Sudden infant death syndrome affects more than 3,600 families nationwide.

News & Community

From Prison Terms to Midterms

Goucher College faculty and students discuss the growth of its education partnership inside Maryland prisons.

The Chatter

Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?

Navigating my daughter's wedding without my own mother to steer me.

The Chatter

Ten Things Not to Miss at This Year’s Baltimore Book Festival

There will be more than 100 exhibitors, live concerts, and cooking demos by top chefs.

On The Town

How Kid-Friendly Should Craft Breweries Be?

Following new rules at Union Craft Brewing, the local community weighs in.

Sports

Masked Crusaders

We go behind the costumes to discover the inner lives of Maryland’s favorite mascots.


The Chatter

Six Ways to Celebrate That The Kids Are Back to School

Whether it's a waterfront cocktail or a new workout, there are plenty of ways to enjoy your new-found freedom.

Education & Family

Cameo: Kirsten Brinlee

Executive director of Baltimore Collegetown Network works to keep students in the city.

The Chatter

Newest Catholic School Could Carry the Name of a Black Nun

The push to name the newest school after Mother Mary Lange is gaining traction.

Food & Drink

Family Meal

We rediscover the joy of breaking bread.

Style & Shopping

Cool For School

On-trend looks to ensure your kids head back to class in style.

Arts & Culture

American Idyll

Leveling up at the magical Maryland Renaissance Festival.

Travel & Outdoors

Smooth Sailing

Solar-powered pirate ships invade the Inner Harbor.

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