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Subtle beach home decor goes beyond seashells and sailboats

When starting a recent project at a client's Ocean City home, interior designer Phillip Smith wasn't looking to create an obvious beach home feel. "When you are at the beach, it's hard to convey beach without screaming it," he said. Smith focused on color, reflective objects and natural fibers...

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Where to eat on the way to the beach

Planning pit stops along the way to beach can make the journey as enjoyable as the destination. Whether you’re driving north to the Jersey Shore, south to Myrtle Beach or any sandy spot in between, there are plenty of hidden lunch spots along the Interstate-95 corridor that one-up rest stop snacks....

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Gay in Maryland

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Using conversation to tackle LGBTQ health issues

Using conversation to tackle LGBTQ health issues

Charles Quamina sat in the spotlight on a dark stage with his long, blown-out locks falling over his shoulders and told the story of how he believes he contracted AIDS from a cheating boyfriend. He said he was in love — so much so that he and his beau stopped using condoms. He sighed heavily and...

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Weddings & Engagements

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Wedded: Kathy Lynn Felix and James Joseph Benton were a Tinder match

Wedded: Kathy Lynn Felix and James Joseph Benton were a Tinder match

Date: April 16 Her story: Kathy Lynn Felix, 32, grew up in Steubenville, Ohio. She works as a teacher in Baltimore's public schools. Her parents, Joseph and Karen Felix, live in Steubenville. His story: James Joseph Benton, 30, was born in Baltimore. He is a construction project manager for Manekin...

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Bay, Beach and Crabs

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  • How to pick crabs

    How to pick crabs

    A step-by-step guide to getting the most from your steamed crab. -- Kit Pollard Waskom

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    Maryland crabs

  • Soft-shell crabs

    Soft-shell crabs

    There's no denying that soft-shell crabs are a little weird. They're slimy and slippery when raw. Cooked in a sandwich, their spindly legs and grabby claws poke out from the slices of bread and make some people wonder, "Do you seriously think I'm going to eat that?" Soft crabs are simply blue crabs...

  • Top 10 Baltimore crab decks

    Top 10 Baltimore crab decks

    Traditionally, Baltimoreans don't have their first crab feast until Memorial Day, when they can move the meal outside. The days are longer, and the crabs are fatter. Get to know our favorite Baltimore-area crab decks and patios. Because crabs just taste better when you're sitting outside.  

  • Maryland dishes that feature Old Bay

    Maryland dishes that feature Old Bay

    Three cheers for the yellow, blue and red. Old Bay is celebrating its home-town pride with the Summer of Baytriotism, a summer-long celebration including restaurant promotions, a search for the Voice of Baltimore and the introduction of Blippar, an engaging technology that will allow Baltimoreans...

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  • Tips to get family photos you want to keep forever

    Tips to get family photos you want to keep forever

    If you're like most people, images of your family are probably languishing on your smartphone or tucked away in the closet on an old computer. If you take a break from the selfies and invest in the time to hire a professional photographer, you'll end up with beautiful family portraits that capture...

  • America's new student body (Infographic)

    Traditional college enrollment is typically thought of as a full-time student enrolling immediately after high school. Today’s students are diverging from this pattern and pursuing education in multiple, nontraditional ways. As adults look to finish their education, develop new skills or change...

  • Classroom technology unites students nationwide, ushers in new learning experience

    Classroom technology unites students nationwide, ushers in new learning experience

    When Cyndi Roberts steps into her classroom in Columbus, Ohio, her 19 students finish their conversations and get ready to start the day's lesson. Like a scene from a high-tech science fiction film, she's followed by voice-activated motion-detection cameras as she greets 14 people in the seats...

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