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Inside Peek: Light City U

By Hannah Johnson Light City U conference on health innovation, sponsored largely by Kaiser Permanente, was held at the Pier V Hotel near the Inner Harbor Wednesday and Thursday and featured Dr. Vivienne Ming, a theoretical neuroscientist and seemingly perennial entrepreneur, as its first speaker. Ming, along with her wife, …

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Listen to the Children

By Kay Wicker ┬á Last year, the images of BaltimoreΓÇÖs youth in revolt were on countless television screens and practically every front page and homepage. Now several young community members have stepped up to enact change. The Baltimore chapter of Creative Mornings turned last monthΓÇÖs talk at the Arena Players …

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Taking the Task Force to Task on Autism

By Jason Cohen ┬á In a bit of surreally bad timing, the latest study released by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has sparked anger among medical professionals and concerned parents across the spectrum. In February, the task force announced there is insufficient evidence┬áto recommend for or against┬áscreening for autism …

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Making Money Matter to Kids

By Hannah Johnson ┬á ItΓÇÖs never too early to teach kids about financial matters. Sure, children arenΓÇÖt going to understand the ins and outs of a Roth IRA, but small things like opening a savings account with themΓÇöeven if their total balance is only enough to buy a couple of …

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Time for a New Straining Regimen

By Hannah Johnson ┬á Looked at one way, parenting is essentially a ΓÇ£Choose Your Own AdventureΓÇ¥ story: Make a decision and just hope it turns out for the best. When it comes to feeding babies, the best practices feel like theyΓÇÖre changing as fast as a soiled diaper. ThereΓÇÖs no …

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Kidding Around

By Mary Rose Madden ┬á IΓÇÖm not what youΓÇÖd call a yogini by any stretch, but I do like to have de-stressing fun with my 18-month-old daughter. So, on a day when we both needed an outingΓÇöeven her baby dolls were arguingΓÇöI dug out some yoga pants and her leggings, …

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Inside Peek: Light City U

By Kay Wicker Light City Baltimore kicked things off Monday with a day of talks from local leaders and a bright evening of light installations and performances along the Inner Harbor. All week long, Light City will be accompanied by Light City U, a series of conferences aimed at highlighting …

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Light Up Your Life

By Hannah Johnson ┬á Light City Baltimore is finally here and, if the first night is anything to go by, itΓÇÖs going to live up to the hype. Marketing for Light City has been nearly ubiquitous throughout the city. Despite that, IΓÇöand I think many othersΓÇöwere unsure of what to …

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Today in History: First Settlers Land in Maryland

By Hannah Johnson ┬á ItΓÇÖs Friday, so letΓÇÖs end the week on a fun note. IΓÇÖve got just the perfect fun fact: Today in 1634, the first settlers landed in what is now the state of Maryland. The settlement of St. MaryΓÇÖs (now St. MaryΓÇÖs City) was founded by settlers …

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Plan Your Best Party Now

Planning a party is no easy task! There are so many amazing options that today’s parents never dreamed of as kids. Our Party Guide is your one stop shop to finding everything you need to help your little ones feel extra special on their big day. Whether artsy or active, …

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Pandemic can’t keep this community apart

It’s not an understatement to say that the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the Americans’ lives. People are living and working from home under shelter-in-place orders and small businesses are doing what they can to survive. The U.S. Kuo Shu Academy (USKSA) is overcoming both plights by offering its classes …

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Confident Kids

Not every child wants to participate in a team sport. Many like to be active and learn new things, but at their own pace. Martial arts is often an activity that appeals to these kids, and for more than just its physical workout. “Martial arts has been around for thousands …

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May 29, 2020

Parent and Me: Spring Session [Afternoon]
at Benjamin Banneker Historical Park and Museum in Catonsville

Nightly comedy shows by Baltimore Improv Group
at Baltimore Improv Group in Baltimore

May 30, 2020

Camp Rock Virtual Open House Tour
at Camp Rock: Virtual Tour in Baltimore

Rock Church Academy Virtual Open House Tour
at Rock Church Academy in Baltimore

*UPDATE* Annapolis Moms of Multiples Kid and Baby Spring Consignment Sale
at Columbian Center in Severna Park