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By the numbers: A Government House Christmas returns in Annapolis

Gov. Larry Hogan’s re-election meant a lot of things in November. For Republicans, Hogan’s ride to success atop the blue wave was monumental to the party in Maryland. For the Government House staff, Hogan’s win was the moment to start preparing for Saturday’s holiday open house. The public is invited …

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Tour of the Baltimore Ice House

Video tour of the Baltimore Ice House as presented at CPHA’s 2012 Annual meeting. Directed, shot and edited by Sarah Khan, CPHA intern Special Thanks to: … source

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Ready for tiny-home living? Start at the Mid-Atlantic Tiny House Expo

A few years ago, the college-age daughters of longtime friends Frank Hazzard and Kirk Johnson got interested in tiny houses – small dwellings, sometimes on wheels, that typically cap out at around 400 square feet. The girls’ interest faded before their fathers had time to build them tiny houses of …

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Turns out your kitchen (not the bathroom!) is the grossest place in the house

With the longer, sunnier days of summer comes the crashing realization that you can now see with startling clarity just how filthy your home has become. In a study to measure the contamination of 30 common household items and surfaces, NSF International, which develops public health standards and food safety …

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Orioles outfielder Adam Jones’ Lutherville-Timonium house is up for sale

Orioles outfielder Adam Jones’ house in Lutherville-Timonium is on the market for $2.695 million. Built in 1952, the house at 11151 Falls Road includes six bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, a three-car garage and a pool. The center fielder is putting his house up for sale months after …

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Estate with ties to Baltimore literary legend Edgar Allan Poe to open as Designer Show House

The annual Symphony Designers’ Show House, where interior designers use an elaborate home as their canvas, returns this Sunday in its 41st year, and this time, the house — with its Flemish bond red brick, detailed arched windows and ties to a Baltimore literary legend — is an attraction itself. …

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