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Amy Schumer cancels Dallas show, hospitalized for nausea

Amy Schumer says she's been hospitalized for severe, second-trimester nausea and apologized to fans in Dallas for canceling a stand-up show. She said Thursday on Instagram she and the baby are fine. The post accompanied a photo of herself in a hospital bed.

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Port Discovery Children's Museum to begin construction on two new exhibits early next year

Port Discovery Children’s Museum is slated to open two new immersive exhibits and several improved amenities in late spring of next year and will begin construction in January, according to a recent release.

Beginning on Jan.

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Adults-only Camp John Waters set to return

Camp John Waters, a chance for determined reprobates to make like one of the best, will be returning in summer 2019.

Set for Sept. 13-16 in the Berkshire Mountains of Connecticut, the sleepover camp for adults 21 and older “promises to be dirtier, filthier, raunchier and longer than ever before," organizers said in a press release.

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Got a spare $1.5 million? Former Orioles manager Buck Showalter's home is up for sale in Baltimore County

Longtime Orioles manager Buck Showalter, whose departure from the team was announced in October, has placed his Baltimore County home for sale.

The gated 5,579-square-foot residence, located in Lutherville, has five bedrooms, four and half bathrooms, a pool and a second catering kitchen for large events. The house is listed for $1.495 million, according to Zillow.com.

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Where to volunteer and donate in Baltimore this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a holiday often marked by selflessness and giving. Every year provides a range of opportunities to do just that. Here’s a list of places to volunteer and donate that can make someone’s holiday that much better.

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Baltimore author Laura Lippman offers a glimpse of her next book, 'Lady in the Lake'

Attention, mystery lovers — you can start your 2019 summer reading list now.

The best-selling and much-awarded Baltimore novelist Laura Lippman gave her audience at Church of the Redeemer a tantalizing glimpse of her newest book, tentatively titled “Lady in the Lake.”

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