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Mount Vernon Walking Tour

Produced this segment for “Rodrick’s for Breakfast” for Channel 2. This walking tour of the Mount Vernon neighborhood in Baltimore with Charlie Duff shows all the architectural styles in a… source

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How Will London Eat in 2050?

What will London’s food landscape look like in 2050? How can we create positive solutions to help build a more sustainable future and healthier people and how will the use of multi-sensorial elements change the gastronomy of the future? How can we empower more sustainable choices in retail spaces and …

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Resurrecting a Shelved Manuscript

Please welcome new contributor Sonja Yoerg to Writer Unboxed today! We’re thrilled to have her join the team, and sure you’ll love her post on circling back to a shelved manuscript. Welcome, Sonja! A couple months ago, I opened a file I hadn’t touched in almost five years—the first novel …

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Garden Q&A: Can lesser celandine be mulched away?

Can I mulch away lesser celandine? It’s throughout my neighbor’s lawn and now making its way into my beds. Their gardening service suggested this. Thick mulch may discourage celandine from emerging, but we find no research that shows this method is effective. Lesser celandine is a non-native invasive plant. It …

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Scrivener 3’s New Approach to Compile

In an attempt to make compiling (combining and exporting) your work in Scrivener 3 easier, you can now choose the final appearance of your manuscript based on a visual representation. Whether you’re producing an ebook for an online retailer or sending out the first 50 pages of your manuscript to an …

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Stylish office decor from Howard County stores

Barbara Haddock Taylor / Baltimore Sun Cottage Antiques, Ellicott City This metal paperweight in the shape of a lion is from Denmark and was made in the 1950s. Cottage Antiques, Ellicott City This metal paperweight in the shape of a lion is from Denmark and was made in the 1950s. …

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