My Sister’s Place

Janal Daniel, Staff Writer
February 2, 2013

My Sister’s Place By: Janal Daniel We have all heard of shelters for women and children. Though not major avenues for such noble work considering the sizable amount of need, women’s shelters are not a foreign concept and every once in a while a diamond shines in the rough. It’s not just the... Read more »

Caton Auto Clinic

Erin Frost
June 12, 2012

Caton Auto Clinic first opened its doors in 1975, then known as Milex Tune and Lube. Founded by Albert M.C. Steinbach, a year later the name was changed to its now well known name, Caton Auto Clinic. Originally operating with six bays, Steinbach sold his profitable business to his son Ken in 1983. Since... Read more »

Baltimore Women Pool Money to Give

Hilary Reser, Communications Officer
May 28, 2012

BALTIMORE WOMEN POOL MONEY TO GIVE $382,000 TO 21 LOCAL NONPROFITS   (Baltimore, MD, 5/29/2012) Twenty-one Baltimore-area nonprofit organizations serving women and families will receive grants of nearly $382,000 from the Baltimore Women’s Giving Circle, a fund of the Baltimore Community Foundation. The... Read more »

Baltimore Annual Hot Air Balloon Glow Event

May 12, 2012

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Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore Launch New Programs, Receive City Honors

Phila Hoopes
April 8, 2012

The economy may be bleak, but prospects looked bright for Maryland entrepreneurs and job-seekers on the evening of February 6, as the Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore and the City Council joined to celebrate the beginning of National Entrepreneurship Week (February 18-25). As the Showcase Baltimore speaker... Read more »

Baltimore Green Works Hosts Annual EcoBall

March 18, 2012

 

The Divine Round at the AVAM

Tabitha Surface
December 12, 2011

On my first visit to Baltimore’s American Visionary Art Museum the second thing I did—after paying my $15.95 admission—was realize I did not have a notebook. Considering I usually carry three, I’ll call it fate. If I had not forgotten a notebook, I might not have detoured into the gift shop which... Read more »

All Lit Up in Hamden on 34th Street – Baltimore, MD

December 7, 2011

Christmas on 34th Street, Hamden, Baltimore.

Sweet Weirdness

Jewel McFadden
December 7, 2011

Some t-shirts look great with jeans but others look great with jeans and empower a community. Husband and wife team Fahti and Zaccai Free started apparel line Sweet Weirdness from their Baltimore home in spring of 2010. Dissatisfied with the lack of vibrant clothing options available to women, Fahti... Read more »

People’s Park of the Future

Jeffrey F. Barken
December 7, 2011

A faint electric hum travels through the forest. The sound gradually grows louder until suddenly, Maryland MTA light rail cars fill a gap in the tree line along the reservoir and rapidly disappear again into the woods. Surprisingly the sight and sound of a train rolling through protected land is not... Read more »

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