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First Sunday Arts Festival Holiday Market Sunday, November 5th

This holiday season, experience shopping from the regions best artisans at the popular First Sunday Arts Festival - Holiday Edition on Sunday November 5, 2017

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Study ties pesticides in food to reduced fertility in women

Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of a healthy pregnancy diet, providing vitamins and fiber. Yet some might also come with pesticide residues.

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How #MeToo could move from social campaign to social change

It's the hashtag that rocked the world.

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Tituss Burgess is just being himself

"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" star Tituss Burgess returned to his native Georgia on Wednesday as a state hero -- even though he doesn't consider himself one.

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Why keep San Juan on 'best cities to visit in 2018'?

As you may have noticed, CNN Travel has published a list of the best cities to visit in 2018.

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'Thor: Ragnarok' flexes its comedy muscles

Marking an ambitious detour into comedy, "Thor: Ragnarok" conjures sparks but doesn't quite catch lightning in a bottle. Sporadically fun and visually impressive, this third film works a bit too hard at flexing its laugh muscles, while bogging down in a midsection built around the enticing prospect of Thor versus the Hulk.

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'This Is Us' star Justin Hartley marries Chrishell Stause

Justin Hartley is officially off the market.

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Despite diverging storylines, 'Stranger Things' cast found ways to bond in Season 2

It doesn't take long for Season 2 of "Stranger Things" to solve the mystery of Eleven's whereabouts. In the season premiere, which picks up the story about a year after the events of the first season, viewers learn that Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) has been living off the grid with Sheriff Hopper (David Harbour), safe from anyone who might want to harm her and even those who don't, including her friends.

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Library of Congress Announces Librarians-in-Residence Pilot Program

Applications open November 1, 2017 for recent graduates of library/information science master’s programs

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The Unique Art of Larry ‘Poncho’ Brown, a Baltimore Legend

Larry “Poncho” Brown has many accolades that he earned with the stroke of a paintbrush.

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PNC sponsors ‘Mind Your Business’ Seminar for Creative Artists

PNC continues to immerse itself into the community as a good neighbor and responsible partner, supporting small businesses and those in the arts— particularly business owners who might lack some of the necessary resources of powerful corporate entrepreneurs.

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AACPS Continues to Expand Offerings for Students Thanks to Robot Sponsorship by BGE

Students who can’t attend class due to illness or injury can still keep up on material, but they often lose the feel of the classroom and contact with their classmates as they do so.

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Trick-or-Treat for a New Kind of Thrill

(Family Features) For most kids, Halloween is all about costumes and candy, but it can also be a chance to demonstrate how helping others brings its own set of rewards.

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From EASY ART to a SWEET TREAT

(Family Features) Spooky, silly or symbolic, carved pumpkins are an essential ingredient to any Halloween celebration.

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A bright light in the Black Press dims: Bernal Smith dies at 45

The National Newspaper Publishers Association has lost one of our own this week.

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Three methods to protect yourself from identity fraud after Equifax data breach

In a world that is becoming more and more digital by the day, protecting our sensitive information is more important than ever.

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NAACP Board elects new president & CEO

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), America's largest and original legacy civil rights organization, has unanimously elected Derrick Johnson president & CEO. Johnson, 49, has served as interim president and CEO since July of this year.

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Ravens defense needs to stop the run in the coming weeks

At the start of the 2017 season, many media outlets felt that the Ravens defense would be one of the best in the NFL. However, that has not been the case seven weeks into the season.

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Successful entrepreneur gives back to domestic violence survivors

Domestic Violence Awareness Month is an ideal time to raise awareness about domestic violence but Owings Mills, Maryland resident, Cindy Tawiah is committed to helping women and young girls who have been touched by this issue anytime of year.

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Epsilon Omega Chapter of AKA School Supplies Efforts Continue

Back-To-School is generally a time when school supplies are collected and ultimately distributed during community fairs and other events. However, the need for backpacks, notebooks, pens and other supplies continues well after the school year has started.

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