A Day in the Life Admissions Event with The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland


Wednesday,  April 21, 2021, 4 PM – 5 PM    |
Wednesday,  May 5, 2021,  4 PM –  5 PM

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We invite you to join us for a very special Day in the Life admissions event. We invite rising 6th graders to come to campus and experience, on a smaller scale, a typical day of a BL 6th grader. See how hands-on learning comes to life in the classroom, discover the wonders of our innovation period that lets you tinker, design, and create, and we even included time for recess. You will have the opportunity to engage with BL teachers and interact with current and future Lakers.

Maryland providers pause use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine amid federal investigation into rare blood clots

This illustration, created at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), depicts the exterior structure of the coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19. Image courtesy of CDC.

A total of 173,534 Marylanders have been vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which the state health department on Tuesday directed providers to pause using while federal officials investigate six reported U.S. cases of a rare and severe blood clot in individuals who received that vaccine.

Nana Has News

My art teacher Scott Fuqua helped me a lot with this.

Look who showed up in Boston last month! My grandson. Believe it or not, his other abuelita, Maria Rosa, beat me to writing the first poem about him, in Spanish. Already he is an internationally celebrated child.

Downtown Baltimore shed jobs but is poised for recovery, analysis says

Photo credit: Downtown Partnership

After losing jobs and office tenants in 2020, Downtown Baltimore has “room for optimism” as a recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic launches, according to a new economic assessment.

The State of Downtown Report for 2020, unveiled by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, showed that the area lost nearly 7000 jobs in 2020, from 124,785 to 117,970, and that the office vacancy rate rose from 17.75% to 23.2%.

Tourism and retail numbers were down, museums and performance venues were closed for months, and some “beloved” restaurants did not survive, according to the report.

But Baltimore will benefit from state funds intended to spark changes that can encourage people to live, work and spend money downtown.

Hot House: Historic mansion on three acres in the heart of Guilford


Charlcote House, Guilford, Baltimore

Hot House: Historic Charlcote House, built 1914-1916. Also known as the James Swan Frick House. Five bedrooms/five baths; 12,000+ square feet and 3.1 acres. Asking price: $4,995,000 

BmoreArt’s Picks: April 13-19


BmoreArt’s Picks: April 13-19

BmoreArt’s Picks presents the best weekly art openings, events, and performances happening in Baltimore and surrounding areas.