- This Craftsman-style home in Buckhorn Estates has spectacular views of pine and hardwood forests at their most breathtaking in the fall.
- A Columbia couple are among a small network of families across the country who are welcoming asylum-seekers into their homes for long-term stays. By taking in a Honduran mother and her young son, the Zinners wound up forging bonds that have made the strangers like family.
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- Garden Q&A with the University of Maryland Extension's Ellen Nibali on increasing indoor humidity for plants and removing a metal bench around a tree.
- The venerable North Howard Street theatrical costumer A.T. Jones & Sons Inc. that has kept Baltimoreans and environs dressed as ghouls, ghosts and in other guises for more than 150 years, now faces an uncertain future since the death of its owner, George F. Goebel, 88, who was also a well-known magician and illusionist, earlier this month.
- Van Brooks has received a $50,000 grant to help expand his organization to provide training that can lead to construction jobs.
- The building at 130 S. Central Ave. sits at a cross section of neighborhoods, a reminder of the now-extinct cable car system that once moved Baltimoreans around the city.
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- In the kitchen of the nonprofit Franciscan Center, 28 chefs from Baltimore and D.C. labored in staggered shifts overnight, cooking huge amounts of food for the homeless, the hungry and front-line workers. It was all a part of the center's first-ever food marathon to serve more than 3,000 hot meals.
- As family care coordinator with the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Maryland Chapter, Marlyn Taylor is helping to educate African Americans about the disease, which affects them at twice the amount as white people.
- Bruce Reinke, a chef, is being honored for his work in teaching kitchen skills to adults who have an intellectual or developmental challenge.