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Sane Spending

Ashley Campos worked for a large electronics and entertainment retailer for nine years and the experience made her loathe the holiday shopping season. “I hate how people act,” the Frederick resident says. Plus, the deals “aren’t always that great during the holidays. You can sometimes find better deals during the …

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Mom on the Move

What is a typical week like for you? A typical week for me would be working full time doing home-based, educational play therapy for six families of infants and toddlers per day. Then, in the evenings, I teach either Zumba, Hot Hula or Zumbini, or take my daughter to Taekwondo …

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B’More Social: Oct. 20-22

FRIDAY Hallowread Hallowread, a convention celebrating fiction of the paranormal, urban fantasy, and steampunk variety, returns for its fifth year. Bookworms and horror fans meet for this spooky series of writing workshops, ghost tours, author panels,  paranormal investigations, and book signings. Held in historic and possibly haunted  Ellicott City, the fest …

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Notre Dame Preparatory School’s 150th: Where a Gateway Opens

September 22, 1873  Opened school with 69 pupils. We were obliged to extend the vacation to this time, instead of the first Monday in September, as usual, because the building could not be sufficiently prepared before this date…As this new institution was considered quite the attractive novelty, there were constantly a great many …

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