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Johns Hopkins 3rd Annual Below the Belt – Stride and Thrive 5K/1-Mile Walk/Run

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Date:
Sunday, May 20, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM 10:30 AM
Location: Homewood Field at Johns Hopkins University
111 W. University Pkwy.
Baltimore, MD 21210

Looking for casual, sophisticated, al fresco dining? Here’s three spots close to home

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Village Square Cafe

Every few weeks, on a Friday night, my husband and I meet up with his oldest pal and his wife. Inevitably we choose to dine at Donna’s in Cross Keys. It’s close to both our homes, and the food is fantastic.

Even on the minor level: I don’t usually order a Caesar salad anywhere because it consists of just a bowl of Romaine lettuce with some croutons on top. But the Caesar at Donna’s is unlike any other salad I’ve ever eaten. I don’t know what the secret is, but I promise you will flip!

When I asked co-owner Alan Hirsch recently what was up for spring, he said, “We’ve made some changes to our menu for spring, and there are more to come. Our patio is officially open, and we’re seating on it whenever it’s over 65 degrees during the day. Note that when you reserve at Donna’s Cross Keys, you can reserve an outside table simply by asking for it (both over the phone and online). This particular patio has been named as one of the dreamiest in Baltimore by various travel sites.

Hop, Sip, Shop and snack your way through the Village of Cross Keys, May 12

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Hop, Sip, Shop and snack your way through the Village of Cross Keys!

Surprises await at the following stops:

Grandparenting from Afar

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Director of Community Connections, Jewish Community Services, an agency of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore

I grew up in the 50s and 60s being blessed by the relationships I had with both sets of grandparents and one great-grandmother. In fact, my great-grandmother’s death when I was 21 years old was the first close family loss I experienced.

Anthem House – Vibrant apartment community surrounded by history and culture

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Inspired by the rich history and culture of surrounding Baltimore, Anthem House offers a unique approach to apartment living centered on building a community of creative, energetic residents.

A state-of-the-art fitness center, a full acre of outdoor space, an on-site restaurant and bar – find creative spaces and spectacular amenities that foster wellness and cultivate creativity, all just steps from your front door. Plus, with an address in the heart of Locust Point, you’d be hard pressed to find a more convenient location in the city. Lease with us by June 30th and we’ll treat you to one month free — plus an additional $500 off your first month’s rent if you move in by May 31st.*

Anthem House isn’t merely an apartment building – it’s a way of life. Schedule a tour today to find your niche in our one-of-a-kind community while we still have availability — with only a handful of inspired urban residences remaining, it’s time to make your move to Locust Point.

Delbert Adams Construction Group announces Brandon Jones as new partner and co-owner

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Delbert Adams and Taylor Classen are pleased and excited to announce Brandon Jones as a new partner and co-owner of Delbert Adams Construction Group.    

In Her Mother’s Memory: Amy Baum Chairs CHANA’s Race Against Abuse

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Amy Baum has run her fair share of races, including the Baltimore Half Marathon, but on Mother’s Day, May 13, she will be running for something different.

Boys’ Latin Recognizes Senior Student Athletes

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The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland held an event this week to recognize and celebrate 31 seniors who have been invited and agreed to play for a college team in the fall.

Mt. Washington Tavern joins forces with Sagamore Spirit to create Triple Crown Cocktails

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Triple Crown Cocktails with Sagamore RyeI was a formerly wary drinker. A glass of seltzer with a splash of white wine, to make a very weak spritzer, was about as strong a drink as I could handle. But I am learning to appreciate the stronger stuff.

And now that I’ve sampled the Mt. Washington Tavern‘s Triple Crown selection of three winning cocktails they’ve prepared to celebrate the month of iconic horse races, I’m hooked on the hard stuff or at least rye.

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