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Wedding Bell Bliss: Making room for your mother-in-law

Wedding season is almost here and wedding preparations are in full frenzy. You have so much to think about and plan— invitations, dresses, showers, cake, flowers, ceremony location, reception details, and on and on.

D.C. families plant vegetable gardens

Taleyah Evans, age nine and Dakota Evans, age five were nearly tripping over each other with excitement as they dug their hands into the dark soil to begin their vegetable garden. T

Black Girls Run! in Baltimore

Gabrielle Powell said it all began from a blog post four years ago.

Paula Deen and Southern food: Critics say credit is past due

No matter how you slice it, Southern food is complicated.

Five unexpected ways to get your kids to eat veggies - and like them

Peas, carrots, broccoli and spinach ... some kids love vegetables, but many do not.

Six unconventional things you should do to save your marriage

The lifelong probability of a marriage ending in divorce is between 40 and 50 percent, according to PolitiFact.com.

Niagara Falls: A great summer getaway

When my church first posted a flier announcing a five-day trip to Niagara Falls, I immediately thought of couples holding hands, getting married or celebrating anniversaries. Just the name, Niagara Falls conjures thoughts of romance so I didn't think it ...

“Thank-Yous” Every Father Should Hear

If you’re searching for a meaningful Father’s Day gift, look no further: Todd Patkin shares eleven “thank-yous” that dads everywhere would love to hear.

You’re a New Dad—Now What?

First-time fathers experience many emotions: love, responsibility, protectiveness and even fear.

Healthy Father's Day gadgets for dad

Thinking about buying your dear old dad some argyle socks or monogrammed golf balls for Father's Day?

National herbs and spices day

While herbs and spices are often talked about synonymously, they're quite the opposite.

‘Capture The Moment Sweepstakes’

Win a fantastic Six Flags getaway for four!

Giant Food shares tips for safe Summer grilling

Ready, set, fire up those grills to kick start the summer season! Giant Food of Landover, Md. wants to make sure your next barbecue is a safe and healthy one by sharing food safety tips to keep top of mind ...

Teen chefs battle in healthy cooking competition

HealthCorps, a national non-profit co-founded by Dr. oz and his wife Lisa to combat the childhood obesity crisis, hosted a regional Teen Battle Chef (TBC) cooking competition on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 in Baltimore.

A day at the races: A hat and glove affair

The Epsilon Omega Foundation, Inc. the charitable arm of the Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. sponsored their second “Day at the Races” on Sunday, May 5, 2013 at the famed Pimlico Racecourse in Baltimore City.