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Michael Vyskocil

Mentoring Matters Can you make an extraordinary commitment to a child? What can you do to positively impact the lives of Baltimore's youth?

This January, National Mentoring Month, is a good time to think about mentoring. Baltimore’s Child spoke with Tiffany Reinhardt, associate executive director of mentoring at The Y in Central Maryland, to learn more about the benefits of mentoring and the mentoring opportunities that exist within our community. Q: How does …

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Baltimore Center Stage Announces Virtual 36th Annual Young Playwrights Festival

Baltimore Center Stage’s 36th Annual Young Playwrights Festival will take place virtually in 2021. Festival organizers have also announced that this year’s program will include free virtual residencies for multiple classrooms, an online residency for Maryland students and expanded works that will be included in the festival. “The Young Playwrights …

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Parent You Should Know: Nia Banks, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. Co-owner of the Art of Balance Wellness Spa and board-certified plastic surgeon

Editor’s Note: We begin 2021 with a new addition to Baltimore’s Child. “Parent You Should Know” introduces you to Baltimore-area business professionals who are moms and dads themselves. Learn how they balance their careers and parenthood and discover some of their family-favorite meals, activities and more. What is the hardest …

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Report Says Kids Spend More Time Watching Online Videos Than Doing Any Other Activity on Their Digital Devices

When children flip open their computers or pick up mobile devices, they spend more time watching online videos than doing any other activity on their screens, a new survey reveals. The survey, detailed in the Common Sense Media report “The Common Sense Census: Media Use by Kids Age Zero to …

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