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The List: February 2019

The hottest happenings around town this month.

Arts District

Two Elementary School Students Use Their Talent for Good

Maggie and Matthew Schneider perform with Juilliard-trained musicians to benefit the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

The Chatter

Houstonia Magazine Launches Website For Harvey Relief

Publication accepting donations of baby, pet, and household supplies.

News & Community

Helping Hands

Local volunteering nonprofit turns 3.

On The Town

​Six Charitable Ways to Give Back

In honor of #GivingTuesday, we round up a handful of charitable events in the area.

Style & Shopping

Haute Summer Night Fashion Show

Fashion event will benefit the Living Classrooms Foundation

On The Town

St. Patrick's Day roundup

Don't miss the Irish music, events, and drinks this St. Patrick's Day.

On The Town

Rye’s Up gala at B&O Brasserie

Third annual cocktail event raises money for Cystic Fibrosis.

Charmed Life

Federal Hill's Fest-of-All & Fashion Show

It's that time of year! Come out to celebrate Federal Hill's seventh annual Fest-of-All & Fashion Show held at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.

News & Community

Give It Away Now: More Ideas

It’s the season of giving, and there’s no shortage of need out there. That being the case, we thought we’d suggest some local organizations that do good work all year round and would certainly welcome an extra hand in making the holidays shine a little brighter for everyone.

Business & Development

40 Under 40

We profile 40 up-and-comers in the fields of business, tech, nonprofit, politics, science, and the arts to find out who exactly is shaping the future of Baltimore.

Sports

Surviving Lance

Diagnosed three times with cancer, CEO Doug Ulman fights to keep Livestrong’s mission alive.

Style & Shopping

Hot Stuff

A table grows in Sandtown

On The Town

Good decisions

Local bar organizes fundraiser for Haiti relief efforts.

On The Town

Canton vs. Fells Point

Two neighborhoods duke it out on the water for charity.

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