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    What can one person do to save the planet?

    When I hear the latest bad news about climate change, I freeze up. I don't deny the reality of climate change. The recently issued United Nations report predicts a global warming crisis as early as 2040 — worsening food shortages, wildfires and rising seas. Yet after finding myself drenched in...

  • Processing trauma: a complex operation

    Processing trauma: a complex operation

    Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony was a great teaching moment is U.S. history. The testimony depicted how the human brain selectively processes life threatening information, the emotional ramifications of trauma, the role of hormones and neurotransmitters, and most importantly, impairment in functioning...

  • Trump unexpectedly supports criminal justice reform act

    Trump unexpectedly supports criminal justice reform act

    Though Kanye West’s rambling visit to the White House last week, ostensibly to talk about criminal justice reform, is being widely derided as a photo op for both Mr. West and the president, there are some encouraging developments underway in that area. In an unexpected move from a self-described...

  • Robert B. Reich: The truth about the Trump economy

    Robert B. Reich: The truth about the Trump economy

    I keep hearing that although Donald Trumpis a scoundrel or worse, at least he's presiding over a great economy. "The single biggest story this year is an economic boom that is durable and lasting," White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said recently. Really? Look closely at the living standards...

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  • How 'The Conners' wrote off Roseanne

    How 'The Conners' wrote off Roseanne

    Thanks to a combination of a wildly public meltdown, ABC's subsequent "wait and see!" publicity effort, and just plain morbid curiosity, the question of how "The Conners" would deal with Roseanne Barr's exit from the new spinoff has been the biggest of the fall TV season. Of all the reboots and...

  • Maryland Food Truck Week starts Friday with a celebration in Port Covington

    Maryland Food Truck Week starts Friday with a celebration in Port Covington

    Maryland Food Truck Week, a foodie celebration and promotion of local trucks, will give residents and visitors a chance to try out mobile food offerings from around the state this month, according to a release. The food truck week, organized by Baltimore-based food and beverage consulting agency...

  • Where to pick pumpkins, get lost in a corn maze and frolic with the kids near Baltimore this fall

    Where to pick pumpkins, get lost in a corn maze and frolic with the kids near Baltimore this fall

    Autumn in Baltimore is a great excuse to go down to the farm. Throughout the area, farming operations that spend most of the spring and summer producing food are winding down, preparing for the long break-in-the-action that is winter. But for many, October offers the chance to bring the crowds...

  • 10 fall activities to do in Maryland, from leaf peeping to apple picking

    10 fall activities to do in Maryland, from leaf peeping to apple picking

    Fall weather has arrived, and the crisp air is setting the ambience for pumpkin picking, vineyard touring, hiking to see fall foliage and getting lost in corn mazes. There are plenty of places in Greater Baltimore and beyond to give these fall activities a try.

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