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B’More Social April 15-17

By Hannah Monicken Happy Tax Day eve! Let’s celebrate the nice weather and surviving our taxes. Friday Add a little magic to your weekend by seeing Michael Carbonaro at the Lyric Opera House on Friday. The magician and prankster host of “The Carbonaro Effect” on TruTV brings to Baltimore his …

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B’More Social April 8-10

  By Hannah Johnson Friday The weather is supposed to be a little chilly this weekend, but don’t let it the chill keep you in. The Irvine Nature Center is hosting a Family Campfire & Night Hike event that includes watching for bats, listening for owls and, like any good …

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Masters of Invention

Got math? How about science, technology and engineering? The Ingenuity Project—a free-to-students program that’s integrated into four Baltimore City public schools—offers megadoses of STEM classes to advanced learners in math and science. With several new initiatives underway, the program is evolving to engage students in even more meaningful ways. Twenty …

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Sponsored Content

By Elizabeth Andrews, Head of Garrison Forest Preschool   You don’t have to look very hard to find young children using the spatial reasoning, logic and problem solving skills that are critical to careers in the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Children use these skills naturally as they …

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Inside Peek: Light City U

By Hannah Johnson Light City U conference on health innovation, sponsored largely by Kaiser Permanente, was held at the Pier V Hotel near the Inner Harbor Wednesday and Thursday and featured Dr. Vivienne Ming, a theoretical neuroscientist and seemingly perennial entrepreneur, as its first speaker. Ming, along with her wife, …

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