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Self-taught artist wins 2016 Sue Hess Maryland Arts Advocate of the Year Award

When Herb Massie was growing up in Sandtown, he exhibited drawing talent at five years old and aspired to become an artist.

How to handle a temporary loss of income

Millions of North Americans are struggling to make ends meet, and data suggests many adults are living paycheck to paycheck.

Game Day menus that score big

Even if your team isn’t playing in the big game, you can still come out a winner with a tasty viewing party recipe. Plan your menu ahead of time so you can be confident you’ll score big with a spread ...

NEHGS offers free access to new ancestry research portal

To commemorate Black History Month in February, New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) has assembled a wealth of information in a single portal on its data rich website, offering important resources to the researcher of African American ancestry.

House of Mandela Wines expands despite obstacles

Dr. Makaziwe Maki Mandela and her daughter Tukwini Mandela have found another way in which to carry on the legendary legacy of their family’s name.

Five tips to safely shovel snow

With the the Mid-Atlantic recovering from a major snowstorm, the Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA), the North American trade association representing snow management professionals, has these five tips for safely shoveling snow.

Celebration of African heritage and health begins February 1

February 1, 2016, not only marks the start of Black History Month, but for a Boston-based nonprofit food and nutrition organization, it’s the beginning of the fifth annual African Heritage & Health Week.

Couple relies on faith in adopting children

Adoption was something Derwin Penson and his wife Wendy considered only in passing a long time ago.

How to test for lead in your home water supply

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, may have you asking, "Does my home's water contain lead?"

The changing retirement landscape: What to know now

Previous generations of Americans were able to retire with confidence, knowing that they could count on a steady stream of income from what is often referred to as the “three-legged stool” of company pensions, social security and personal savings.

Key to finally fulfilling that New Year's health resolution

The confetti and champagne bottles have been cleaned up. So now millions of Americans will embark on their New Year's resolution to— finally!— hit the gym and get healthy.

“Do it For Life” Health and Fitness Fair

The “Do It For Life” Health and Fitness Fair takes place on Saturday, January 23, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Truth & Life Family Worship Center located at 6305 Sherwood Road in Baltimore.

Why milk, bread and toilet paper when it snows?

Is there something about snowstorms that makes us want to eat French toast and sit on the toilet?

Baltimore Chapter of Continental Societies, Inc. celebrates 60 years of service

Since 1955, members of the Baltimore Chapter of Continental Societies, Inc. have dedicated their time, talent and resources to help empower children and youth in the Baltimore Metropolitan area.

Car Review: 2016 Mazda6

It is near impossible not to like a Mazda, in this case the automaker’s flagship sedan, the Mazda6. Swept lines and smoother curves gave the car a take a second look design.

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