Lutherville

Continuity is the Key: Your Toddler’s Daily Routine

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We all know that young children thrive on consistency and routine. Dr. Montessori discovered that children from ages one to four are actually in a “sensitive period” for order.

The Art of Concentration

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The ability to concentrate and focus is at the core of satisfying and successful experiences in many aspects of life.

Family-owned cannabis purveyor puts down roots in Lutherville

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The state-of-the-art grow rooms at Curio Wellness are maintained by dedicated cultivators who ensure premium products are produced for Maryland patients. (Handout photo)

Singling out the right seedling to become the matriarch, or “mother plant,” for a full-fledged cannabis-growing operation is a lot like a family competition, says Wendy Bronfein, marketing director for Curio Wellness in Lutherville.

With Small-Time Appeal, Baltimore-Born Wild Kombucha is Poised for Expansion

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From left to right: Adam Bufano, Sergio Malarin and Sid Sharma. Photo via Mobtown Fermentation.

Mobtown Fermentation’s Wild Kombucha is on a growth spree, one that co-founder Sid Sharma says might have never happened if it weren’t for Baltimore.

Why I’m Walking the Runway…Elisa Delia Walks to See Miracles Happen Every Day

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It is where we met and fell in love.
It is where each of us started our careers 21 years ago.
It is where Brandon got treated by orthopedic specialists.

Making a Lutherville Connection

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When Pikesville native Jayne Havens returned to the Baltimore area, after living in Washington, D.C. for a number of years, she was hoping to expand her social circle. A young mother of two children, Sid, 4, and Ivy, eight weeks old, she wanted to connect with other young Jewish families in and around Lutherville.

Why I’m Walking the Runway… Kennedy Krieger Institute Volunteer Cynthia Cavanaugh Struts With Purpose

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“I am passionate about Kennedy Krieger Institute and happy to support them in any way I can. The work done at Kennedy Krieger Institute is amazing and supports so many different families from around the world. Once you witness a child working hard to get better at Kennedy Krieger Institute, you will definitely be inspired.” – Cynthia Cavanaugh (pictured with her daughter, volunteering at the Institute).

Why I’m Walking the Runway…Megan Silcott Scheduled to Slay at the Fall Fête

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“To help spread awareness about spinal cord injuries. It shows that even though I have experienced something significant in my life, I am not limited and can accomplish anything I put my mind to.” – Megan Silcott.

At 16 years old Megan was diagnosed with Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis, an autoimmune illness that deteriorated the myelin sheath on her entire spinal cord and part of the left side of her brain.