Julia Cora
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Julia Cora

Calvert Brewing Company
Profiles

In the heart of Calvert County lies Calvert Brewing Company, a small farm brewery that is accomplishing big things. Connected to Running Hare Vineyard, Calvert Brewing first opened in 2014 as a small-batch production with a beer garden attached. The company quickly achieved success and this past January it expanded

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Entertainment

Maryland’s Eastern Shore is about to be featured in a very big way. Last summer, the hosts of History Channel’s hit show American Pickers rolled through town looking for unique, antique and collectible items. What they found will air in an episode on February 17th at 9pm. Mike Wolfe and

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hairspray-musical-nbc
Entertainment

Hold on to your beehives, because this December Hairspray will be coming to a TV near you. After much speculation, NBC has announced its decision to stage the Baltimore classic in 2016. Based on Baltimore icon John Waters’ 1988 cult classic, Hairspray the musical took to the Broadway stage from 2002 until 2009,

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equal medium inc
EducationProfiles

When Monique Dove saw a need for a youth mentorship program in her Baltimore City neighborhood, she went ahead and filled it. As a Human Services student at the Community College of Baltimore County, Dove felt the need to pay forward her successes in life, so in 2014 she founded

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Hungry Harvest
AgricultureEntertainment

A Maryland small business is about to get some serious national exposure. Hungry Harvest, a Jessup-based company that repurposes surplus produce, will appear on ABC’s reality show Shark Tank airing on January 8, 2016 at 9pm EST. Hungry Harvest was founded in 2014 by Evan Lutz, a graduate of the

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Statsraad Lehmkuhl Sail Baltimore
HistoryTourism

Video produced by Amanda Winters On an unseasonably warm November 4th, the 323-foot-long Norwegian tall ship Statsraad Lehmkuhl cruised into the Inner Harbor accompanied by the Pride of Baltimore II and the tugboat Annabelle Dorothy Moran. As part of Sail Baltimore’s schedule of visiting ships, the Norwegian vessel will be

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Hungry Harvest
Profiles

Have you ever stopped to look at produce in the grocery store? If so, you may have noticed that it all sort of looks the same… So what happens to the fruits and vegetables that are, well, different? “Food desert” is a term that has been thrown around a lot

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Wild Pea Beet Breast Cancer Hummus
Life Sciences

Hummous and breast cancer are not usually associated with one another, but this October Blake Wollman plans to change that. Wollman is the founder and owner of The Wild Pea Hummous, a local producer that operates out of Randallstown, MD. In 2010, after 13 years of working in restaurants, Wollman

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Maryland Film Festival
ArtsArtsEntertainment

The Maryland Film Festival (MFF) is currently accepting submissions for its 18th season. Scheduled for May 4-8 of next year, MFF has been an annual tradition in Baltimore since 1999. Filmmakers from all over the country visit to screen their works. Past festival participants include Michael Tully, director of Ping

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Sail Baltimore
HistoryHospitality & RecreationProfilesTourism

Video produced by Amanda Winters If you were around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor September 10-14th you may have noticed a bright blue vessel docked across from the Constellation.  This was the Kalmar Nyckel, a recreation of a Swedish merchant ship that carried settlers to the New World in 1638. The ship

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