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Millionaire May McCarthy Shares Spiritual Practices for Success

What if you could live from financial overflow instead of from paycheck to paycheck? What if you discovered a way to live comfortably within your means and pay all your bills on time? What if you could check something off your bucket list and pay Peter and Paul every 30 days? What if the weight of all your financial burdens, or aspirations, could be lifted with a shift in your perspective?

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Light City is Back!

Electrifying Festival Illuminates Inner Harbor Through April 21

Light City, the nation’s first large-scale light, music and innovation festival returns for its third year with the theme “More Love, More Lights!” This year’s festival indeed lives up to its 2018 theme, as it expanded to three weekends.

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From Brokenness to Wholeness

The WISEorg helping women battle mental illness

“I found purpose through my pain and haven’t looked back,” said Dr. Duru. “I love helping others, and TheWISEorg allows me to do that. We teach women to develop new habits to get them out of their brokenness. We help them to heal and that’s a real blessing. I am doing what God purposed me to do.”

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Organization Hosts Day of Pampering for Cancer Patients, Survivors and Caregivers

Mikey’s Miracle Foundation, which is dedicated to “providing everyday miracles to families with cancer,” hosted “A Beautiful Cause,” a day of pampering at Salon Avenue in Owings Mills, Maryland, for women currently undergoing cancer treatment, caregivers and cancer survivors on February 25, 2018.

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True Crime Story of First Death Row Inmate Saved by DNA is 2018 One Maryland One Book

Maryland Humanities has selected the book “Bloodsworth: The True Story of the First Death Row Inmate Exonerated by DNA” by Maryland native Tim Junkin as the 2018 One Maryland One Book. It was chosen by a committee of librarians, educators, authors and bibliophiles in February from more than 209 titles suggested last fall by readers across the state under the theme, “Justice.”

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How High Schoolers Can Boost American Business

"It all starts at the local high school. With well-designed internship programs, businesses can help young people acquire the full range of skills they need to be successful throughout their lives."

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A Dangerous Game of Chicken

As the “tit-for-tat” trade fight between the US and China escalates, Donald Trump is likely to find that he doesn’t “know China” the way he once thought. When he said that during the presidential campaign, he based his understanding of China on one thing: the high rent in Trump Tower that he had exacted from a Chinese bank. Today, he may still assume he can win a game of chicken by upping the ante until the Chinese eventually fold.

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Police Accountability and Qualified Immunity

“The Supreme Court has used qualified immunity to deny damages to an eighth-grade girl who was strip-searched by school officials who thought she had a rogue ibuprofen pill. It denied damages to a man who was held in a maximum-security prison for 16 days and on supervised release for 14 months, without cause for arrest or intent to use him as a material witness.”

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Flagger Force Urges Motorists ‘Stay Alert. Stay Alive.’

To prevent these statistics from rising, Flagger Force is committed to educating drivers and workers about the hazardous conditions in work zones with safety messages urging drivers to: slow down; avoid distractions such as texting and driving; and obey all posted signage.

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BGE Recognizes April as National Safe Digging Month

Company reminds customers to call 811 before you dig!

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The HBCU Community Needs Bipartisan Support

"We are cognizant that many lawmakers in the majority in Congress favor fiscal austerity to address budgetary issues, but in a legislative environment dominated by talks of budget cuts, critical HBCU funding lines were increased, which is a demonstrable return on our collective investment in bipartisan engagement."

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Bangin' With The Boomers: A Chat With Ms. Shirley Duncan

Hand Dancing, Growing up in Baltimore, and making a difference in our communities. We hope you'll join us for Bangin’ with the Boomers, a party for the Young At Heart, Come for the afternoon event on Thursday April 12, 12 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., at The Forum, 4210 Primrose Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215.

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MOD Pizza Joins Generosity Feeds to Make 20,000 Meals for Needy in AA County

Volunteers from various companies partnered to support Generosity Feeds for event that packed 20,000 meals for local kids.

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Picture Perfect Photography Book Captures Various Civil Rights Efforts Across America’s History

The Good Fight is a meticulously curated 250 plus pages charting many of the men and women whose struggle for (and in some cases against) justice were caught on camera. Most of the pictures were taken by people trained to find and be ready to claim for posterity, incredible never to be duplicated moments. They capture them in a way that challenges the viewer to feel and to act. Smolan observes, “It’s easy to take dramatic pictures during a war. It’s harder to take pictures in a shopping mall and make those pictures move you and make you think.”

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State’s Attorney’s Victim Fund Run/Walk Scheduled Saturday

The office of the State Attorney’s Office will hold its 14th annual Crime Victims’ Fund Run/Walk at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 7 in Druid Hill Park.

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Rambling Rose: Caton Castle

Enjoy the Best Non-stop Live Jazz!

Enjoy the Best Non-stop Live Jazz!

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Keeping your Beneficiaries Up-to-Date

Life moves fast, and as the days go by in a blur, updating, or even designating, your beneficiaries can fall to the bottom of your proverbial “to-do” list.

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Youth Prepare for "Kidpreneur" Event

Entrepreneurship Nonprofit for Children Expands

Four years ago, Dr. Marlene Jackson— a Columbia, Maryland resident— and her daughter, Ashley Jackson answered a call to help empower girls by founding a nonprofit called Le’ Chic Academy. But young people who wanted to create viable businesses became a part of a growing trend to implement their ideas at an early age. In response, The “Biz Kidz” Program was later added to inspire both girls and boys to build kids’ business awareness, explore how to make money as successful kidpreneurs, and engage young entrepreneurs in real-world business experiences.

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Karen Gibbs’ Financial Perspective and Advice for Women of Color

Karen Gibbs, who runs “The Gibbs Perspective” blog, received honor with a “Community Champion” award at the recent 5th annual Maryland Financial Education & Capability Awards – a statewide program that recognizes the importance to children and adults of understanding money. Gibbs, who was featured during Black History Month by Roosevelt University, desires to help close the gap between the “haves and the have nots.”

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"MOTOWN, THE MUSICAL" is Coming to the Hippodrome

Cast of ‘Hit’ Production includes Baltimore native Isaac Saunders

Featuring more than 40 classic hits such as “My Girl” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” MOTOWN THE MUSICAL sings its way to Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre Friday, April 13, 2018 through Sunday, April 15, 2018. The limited five-show engagement is back by popular demand, and is part of the 2017/2018 CareFirst® BlueCross BlueShield Hippodrome Broadway Series.

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