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A healthy brain starts with a healthy plate

Now that our kids are back in school, they’ll need all the brain power they can get. Would it surprise you to know that our brain function is vitally connected to what we eat?

Howard County Firefighters contribute to cookbook

Howard County Firefighter Kevin Weisenborn has become used to cooking for the group of guys he describes as “10 very picky eaters” that he regularly feeds at the local firehouse.

Indie Soul: Baltimore Family Reunion Expo

It wasn’t that long ago that Sister Sledge sang “We Are Family” while the O’Jays crooned there’s nothing like a “Family Reunion.”

Top tasks for your fall home maintenance checklist

Keeping your home in shape may not top your daily to-do list, but completing certain small seasonal tasks can save you money, time and the need to complete larger, more expensive projects in the future.

Summer foods: Okra love it or hate it

This week, it’s all about okra.

I do ... cost a lot: Weddings by the numbers

All you need is love, right? Sure, but a little cash can't hurt, especially when it's time to get hitched.

City pools to remain open through Labor Day

For families in Baltimore, one of the best ways to cool off during the summer is at one of our pools. Baltimore City Recreation and Parks (BCRP) is pleased to announce that all pools will remain open until Labor Day, ...

Can men and women be 'just friends?'

Truly platonic opposite-sex friendships are the chupacabra of the pop culture narrative. From "When Harry Met Sally" to Ross and Rachel, first comes friendship, then comes relationship.

Psychological abuse is the first warning: Run, get out

Psychological abuse can be as damaging to the psyche as physical abuse can be to the body, yet little is written about this common problem, which is typically the precursor to physical abuse. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic ...

World's 12 best water parks

Some of us are lucky enough to live within a rogue inflatable ball's reach of the world's best beaches.

Summer garden glory without the weeding and watering

Summer can be tough on gardens. In what should be their glory days, many gardens suffer from neglect.

New technology helps boomers and seniors have fun and stay in touch

Whether you’re a technophobe who is reluctant to make new purchases, or you warmly embrace every trend, you may be excited to hear about user-friendly innovations, such as touch screen computers, that can make life easier and more fu

Do’s and don'ts for parents of summer campers

Summer is officially here, and for many parents and kids that means summer camp. Many of us grew up with wonderful memories of summer-filled days at camp.

Go barefoot or go home: 15 best islands you've never heard of

While many well known islands inhabit prominent spots on the average bucket list, there's another group of outposts that only the truly island-savvy know about.

As American as apple pie - the origins of picnic favorites

There's nothing quite so American as gathering your friends and family to celebrate Independence Day with a classic cookout.