Apartment-Friendly Apartments to Add to Your Must-Grow List

Thinking about welcoming a new addition to your household—one with roots and leaves? Plant parenthood can certainly be rewarding, especially when you’re staying home most of the time. If you’re just getting started, here are a few plants that can thrive in your apartment. Jade. This simple succulent with scarlet-tinged...

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March 17 Near Arbors at Baltimore Crossroads: The Cuisine of Ireland for St. Paddy’s Day Cooking Class

Whether you’re comfortable coming to Schola Cooking School or would prefer to stay at home, you shouldn’t miss out on experiencing The Cuisine of Ireland for St. Paddy’s Day. That’s why this local culinary arts center is holding both in-person and virtual classes inspired by the upcoming holiday. Pick your format...

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Fun and Creative Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Home

While St. Patrick’s Day usually involves a visit to your favorite pub followed by a parade, celebrations will likely look a little different in 2021. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t enjoy the camaraderie, delicious food, and the Irish spirit that make March 17 so special. Here are three...

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How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Home

A lot has changed in the past year. For one thing, staying home became the new going out. That theme is going to hold through February, at least, which is why you should start planning for an at-home Valentine’s Day. Begin with these creative ideas. Plan a picnic in the...

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Stock Up on Locally Sourced Groceries at Richardson Farms

Supermarket meets farmers’ market at Richardson Farms. The beloved local gem actually sits on a working farm, one that’s been around since the 1930s. What started out as a small neighborhood market has flourished into a full-fledged grocery store, plant nursery, and caterer. Locals love to go here to grab the...

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Winter Workouts

Working out in the warm months was pretty easy, even with gym closures and other restrictions. The great outdoors always beckoned with sunshine and balmy breezes, inviting you to go for a run or maybe join an outdoor fitness class. But with the colder temperatures moving in, staying active has...

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Highlandtown Train Garden: All Aboard for Holiday Cheer

You don’t need to seek out the Polar Express for a holiday railroad experience this winter. The Highlandtown Train Garden has been celebrating the season in the Baltimore business district for more than a decade. In fact, Baltimoreans have been highlighting this holiday tradition for generations. From fundraising efforts for...

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Set Yourself Up for Holiday Cookie Success With These Kitchen Organizing Tips

Getting into the holiday spirit in your home? Perhaps your annual traditions include baking! Before you whip up the first batch of cookies, you might want to rearrange the kitchen to make the process a bit easier. These expert tips can help. Stow spices on a turntable. Turntable, Lazy Susan, whatever...

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Joppatowne Flea Market: Local Produce and Artisan Goods Under One Roof

Part flea market, part farmers’ market, the Joppatowne Flea Market has everything from secondhand books and artisan-made goods to local fruits, fresh baked goods, and handcrafted candies. So whether you want to grab breakfast, do some holiday shopping, or pick up groceries, mask up and do it at the Joppatowne Flea Market....

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Fall Treats to Bake in November

Sweet potato, pumpkin, apple—these are a few of the ingredients that flourish in the fall, so it makes sense they’d also play a starring role in your baked goods. If you’re looking for some sweet autumn treats to make this month that are a little more creative than pumpkin muffins...

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