Spring sports are in full swing! Whether you’re a tried-and-true Orioles fan, a talented tennis player or a lacrosse lover, there’s nothing better than starting up a new season. Even if you’re not athletically inclined, sports can make for some seriously great stories. Suit up for these riveting reads, courtesy …Read More »
Age: 44 Lives in: Roland Park Children: Jack (15), Callen (13), Cate (8) Occupation: Mom, graduate student, community volunteer, former lacrosse and field hockey coach. Q: Your impressive coaching resume spans more than 20 years and includes head coach for US Women’s Lacrosse National Under-19 team, head lacrosse and …Read More »
When I was a kid, exercise consisted of running around the neighborhood and playing backyard games with friends. The most organized sport I participated in was summer swim team where, quite frankly, I was mostly in it for the permission to eat strawberry Jell-O crystals straight from the box …Read More »
The Bennett Blazers Forging a unique athletic community and, in some cases, blazing a trail to the Paralympics.
Olive Weidenhammer’s mother Elizabeth recalls her three-year-old daughter’s excitement before joining big sister Willow’s basketball league. But Elizabeth could tell Olive was also a little nervous. Whatever fears Olive may have harbored, they appeared to dissipate the moment Olive saw her new teammates. “Mom!” Olive exclaimed. “Everyone here’s in a …Read More »
I can probably count on one hand the number of times I took my kids to a restaurant when they were too small to reach the table without a booster seat. But one time stood out from the others. We were eating at a sushi restaurant and my then 3-year-old …Read More »
After kids have been cooped up indoors all winter, the arrival of spring and its attendant warm weather and blooming flowers bring an almost magical quality to the new season; except, that is, for spring allergy sufferers. And children are by no means immune to the problem. In fact, about …Read More »
FRIDAY Light City Light City Baltimore returns this weekend, promising to be bigger and better than its predecessor. Expect new nightly events such as fireworks, a themed food and beverage program, an assortment of new neighborhood light installations, parades, music and more. Tickets required for conference, but the festival is …Read More »
B’More Social: March 24-26 Happy Maryland Day! There's plenty to do in our great state this weekend.
FRIDAY Maryland Day Celebrate the founding of our great state in Annapolis March 24-26 with all-day events and free or $1 admission to Annapolis Maritime Museum, William Paca House and Garden, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Charles Carroll House, the Maryland State House and more. Free-$1. Citywide in Annapolis. …Read More »
FRIDAY Celtic Celebration Don your finest Fair Isle and shamrock on for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Celtic Celebration, a heel-kicking good time featuring step-dancing, bagpipes and music from “Braveheart,” “Titanic,” “Finian’s Rainbow,” “Brigadoon” and more, brought to you by Jack Everly and the BSO SuperPops. Tickets: $33-$99. Mar. 17-19 at …Read More »
FRIDAY Tales & Trails Join the Irvine Nature Center every Friday in March for an afternoon of nature education and fun! Free. Friday, 10:00- 10:45 a.m. at the Irvine Nature Center. Owl Moon The Irvine Nature Center presents a reading of Jane Yolan’s children’s book, Owl Moon. Following the reading, …Read More »