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Selfie-taking concept car for Millennials

What do Millennials want from a car?

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Maryland Art Place announces double solo exhibit featuring Abhidnya Ghuge and Heather Harvey

Maryland Art Place (MAP) is pleased to present the work of Abhidnya Ghuge and Heather Harvey in a double solo exhibition exploring space intervention and material use. The two shows, Our Lives Are Green(Ghuge) and ENCAMPMENT (Harvey) will be on view from January 19th to March 11, 2017 at Maryland Art Place (MAP), located on 218 W Saratoga Street in downtown Baltimore. A reception for the artists will take place at MAP on January 19th at six in the evening.

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Monarch Academy Baltimore holds open house for prospective kindergarten families

Monarch Academy is accepting applications until Feb. 12, 2017. For applications and more information, visit www.monarchacademybaltimore.org, call 443-642-2402 or email info@monarchacademybaltimore.org.

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Children of obese parents at risk of developmental delays, says study

Being overweight may impact not only your health but your future child's development as well, a new study suggests.

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9 of the best new cruise ships launching in 2017

Do you long for the open sea, the wind in your face and the adventure that awaits in exotic ports of call?

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5 of the best food podcasts of 2016

Given our seemingly endless fascination with food as entertainment -- highlighted by shows like "Top Chef" and personalities like Anthony Bourdain -- it makes sense that there would be a great deal of interest in culinary podcasts.

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Hall of Famer Porcher Had to Tackle Grades First

Former South Carolina State University defensive end Robert Porcher’s only objective when he went off to college was to get out of his parents’ house “because they had too many rules.’’

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First Ever Real Bank Opens on High School Campus to Teach Students Financial Literacy

Once students graduate from college, they need to make smart choices about their money if they want to become financially secure.

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Alabama's defense dominates to win Peach Bowl against Washington

This season's College Football Playoff centers on one simple question: Can anyone stop Alabama?

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Popular website PURCHASEBLACK.COM announces it has closed -- reavels the truth about BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES

POPULAR WEB SITE PURCHASEBLACK.COM ANNOUNCES THAT IT HAS CLOSED -- REVEALS THE TRUTH ABOUT BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES

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Black Female-Owned Beef Jerky company Earns major respect in Hollywood

Marjorie’s Beef Jerky Was on Fire Being Loved by Over 200 VIP Celebrities at The American Music Awards Gift Exchange in Hollywood on November 19th 2016!

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Pregnancy changes a mother's brain for years, study shows

Women expect the physical changes of pregnancy, yet having a baby also produces some changes in the brain.

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Dogs may go gray when stressed, just like US presidents, study says

Whether you call them gray hairs or stress highlights, world-renowned animal scientist and autism advocate Temple Grandin wants you to know that dogs may get them prematurely, too -- especially when stressed, such as being left at home alone.

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These big companies had a terrible 2016

It's been a tumultuous year on many fronts.

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Presidents’ Roundtable sets goals for New Year

Among the primary goals in 2017 for The Presidents’ Roundtable is to accelerate the formation of entrepreneurial opportunities for the African-American community and to expand and diversify the business opportunities for corporations that currently make up the ambitious organization.

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Singing Sensations captivate audiences in Baltimore and beyond

Many of the members of the Singing Sensations Youth Choir come from challenging backgrounds.

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Alzheimer’s Research Continues: Generation Study Now Recruiting Volunteers

Officials at the Alzheimer’s Prevention Initiative say they have made great strides in the fight to find a treatment to delay symptoms of Alzheimer’s or to prevent the disease altogether.

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Youth Writers Rock launches at Pratt Library

The Youth Writers Challenge, Inc. (YWC), a community-based organization, will launch The Youth Writers Rock, a free, six-month writing program for students ages 10 -17, beginning on Saturday, January 7, 2017 at Enoch Pratt Library’s Waverly Branch.

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As Obama departs, we owe him our thanks

Obama won a majority of the votes in both his election and re-election, something neither his predecessor nor successor achieved. He governed with grace and dignity, despite grotesque and too often racist provocations. His family provided a model for all Americans, with Michelle winning hearts across the country. He and his administration were remarkably free of scandal. His administration demonstrated once more that competence could be valued in Washington.

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Making Workplace Wellness Count

Going to the gym is about to get a lot more expensive. That's because the share of companies offering wellness programs dropped 13 percent this year.

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