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  • Thread, a Baltimore nonprofit, weaves students' lives together

    Thread, a Baltimore nonprofit, weaves students' lives together
    When Aisha Armstrong started her freshman year at the Academy for College and Career Exploration in Northwest Baltimore, she wasn't worried about making it through the next four years; she was worried about making it through the next day on $2 sandwiches from Subway.
  • 'Flyin' West' worth the trip for touching tale of history

    'Flyin' West' worth the trip for touching tale of history
    At Bowie Playhouse, a largely unknown history is being told in Pearl Cleage's "Flyin' West" — the establishment and growth of the all-black Kansas town of Nicodemus, where in 1898 many of its homesteaders were women working their own land. More...

    If you think the music at your gym is too loud, that's because it probably is

    If you think the music at your gym is too loud, that's because it probably is
    During her first workout at Orangetheory Fitness in Fairfax, Va., Donna Reid was blown away by two things: "how hard it was and how loud it was." The 51-year-old adored the studio's interval training program — a mix of treadmill, rowing machine...

    Sign language makes church accessible to hearing-impaired

    Andrew Baginski became aware of the deaf community when three of his cousins could not hear in the traditional way, so he learned to communicate with his family in the language they spoke – American Sign Language. Every other Saturday at 4 p.m.,...

    McCay Vernon, a pioneer in deaf education, dies

    McCay Vernon, a pioneer in deaf education, dies
    It was McCay Vernon, a former Baltimore-area psychology professor, who put to rest a myth that caused incalculable damage to deaf people over the centuries. Dr. Vernon, who was known as "Mac," proved that intelligence is distributed as equitably among...