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Finding Hygge: Danish Practices Strengthen Families

If we told you that three brothers whose names all started with “M” wore matching red caps and came from a far away land to spread the spirit of togetherness, you might think this was a fairytale. But Danish brothers Mads, Martin and Mathias Klarborg are real, and they’re traveling …

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The Baltimore Orioles Adopt a Local School

Kids enjoying Baltimore Orioles games

Baseball players on the Baltimore Orioles have served as role models to young Baltimoreans for generations. Now, they’re giving back to Baltimore’s children through their Adopt-A-School campaign, which will support Harlem Park Elementary Middle School in West Baltimore. As part of this new partnership, the Orioles will be helping to …

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Spring Gardens and Family Fun

Each spring, the Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage tour gives visitors an inside look at historical spaces throughout Maryland. The 2024 theme for the Baltimore County tour, taking place on April 28, is rural towns that played an important role in supplying Baltimore City with goods and industrial products. Places …

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Do You See What I See?

The Maryland School for the Blind is hosting its third annual See Beyond Festival on the school’s Nottingham campus on April 27. It’s a unique opportunity for people of all abilities to experience what it means to “see” when you are blind. “In 2022, we introduced the See Beyond Festival …

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First Up: What’s Happening in Baltimore in April

Students inspire new police tool for non-verbal communication A Cockeysville Middle School teacher’s students informed a new Baltimore Police Department (BPD) tool to better communicate with non-speaking members of the community. Designed with the Autism Society Baltimore-Chesapeake, the tool, a communication booklet, features pictures and text—with text available in English …

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