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Americans reminded to avoid foodborne bacteria on July 4th

No matter where you find yourself on the Fourth of July, you will probably see lots of food, beverages and grass-stained sneakers.

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Beef Rack of Ribs

A great recipe for 4th of July ribs.

Country barbecue potatoes

Country barbecue potatoes are a great with bbq ribs

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Get your grill on: Recipes from the family farm to your backyard

Firing up the grill is an American tradition.

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Celebrate the Fourth of July at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

Greater Baltimore’s biggest Fourth of July celebration returns to the Inner Harbor! Baltimore’s Fourth of July Celebration presented by Ports America Chesapeake takes place Monday, July 4, 2016 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor with live music and celebratory fireworks.

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Let that old flag wave

Flying high across the sky is such a sight to me.

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Journalists and bloggers take a “journey into sound” in the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid

Cars signify individualism and mobility, while music provides the thrill, expression and tone. So what happens when Chevrolet links with Revolt TV? A lucky few journalists and bloggers take a “Journey Into Sound.”

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The Maryland Historical Society launches new exhibit

Opens Wednesday, June 29, 2016.

This exhibit contains more than 50 items spanning four centuries of donations to the Maryland Historical Society, including two of Eubie Blake's practice pianos, period clothing, portraits, silver, a wool tapestry of George Washington, the sign from Club Hippo and a video installation of images from the Preserve the Baltimore Uprising project. The exhibition will run through June 30, 2017.

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NKF-MD providing outreach and education at African-American Festival

Healthcare non-profit to give life-saving information as African-Americans are at increased risk for developing kidney disease

The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland (NKF-MD) will have an exhibit at the African American Festival, taking place July 2-3, from noon to 6 p.m., at the Camden Yards Sports Complex (333 West Camden St., 21201).

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Retired scientist recounts her journey in new memoir

Hailing from Suffolk, Virginia, Dr. Margaret Ellen Mayo Tolbert’s story is one of triumph and defying the odds. In her memoir entitled “Resilience in the Face of Adversity: A Suffolkian’s Life Story” (Balboa Press, 2015) she chronicles her road to success—from handling the sudden death of her mother when she was only seven to becoming an accomplished career woman.

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Building STEPS helping Baltimore students thrive

Anthony Watters considers himself a revolutionary.

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Storm Entertainment releases comic book in memory of Prince

Publication released on Music Icon’s Birthday

Storm Entertainment is keeping the memory of late music icon Prince alive in a special edition comic book entitled “Tribute: Prince.” B

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Former teacher finds new niche as film producer, prepares for movie debut

Fifteen years ago, Tressa “Azarel” Smallwood took a life-changing leap of faith.

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RAMBLING ROSE: Summer time is party time in Baltimore!

Celebrate the 4th in style!

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We CAN-CER vive! celebrates first anniversary

Non-profit helps cancer patients and survivors

Mia Wright can confidently look a person who has received a terminal cancer diagnosis in the eye, and tell them that she knows exactly how they feel. The 39-year-old from Largo, Maryland beat ovarian cancer three times.

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Benjamin Watson adjusting to new role with the Baltimore Ravens

Benjamin Watson came to the Baltimore Ravens because he saw an opportunity to be a part of something special. Watson is well aware of how the team has featured the tight ends so many times in the past.

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African-American Festival to feature Common, Angie Stone and others

Last year, Stephanie Mills and Doug E. Fresh were the primary attractions at the annual African-American Festival in Baltimore.

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Walmart is giving everyone a month of free shipping

Walmart's Amazon Prime competitor just got more competitive.

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5 Steps to declare your financial independence

This Fourth of July, let freedom ring. Financial freedom, that is. Whatever your vision is of financial independence, having strong credit is fundamental, potentially impacting borrowing, and even routine matters, such as having utilities connected, getting a cell phone or even applying for a job.

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West Virginia floods: How to help

President Barack Obama has declared the state a disaster area

Massive flooding has devastated parts of West Virginia, killing 23 people and damaging or destroying more than 1,200 homes.

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