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Wright Now, Play Later Center Stage's innovative take on playwrighting is making waves in Baltimore and cities across America.

Ever conjured up an awesome concept for a play…and dreamt up a whole production in your head? Well, your dreams might just turn into reality. Starting this October and running until January, Center Stage presents patrons the opportunity to get involved with playwrights’ creative processes through a new project called …

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Pre-School Primer New parents, we get it: Choosing a preschool— or day care center—from the vast local offering can feel like playing roulette with your kid’s future. Read this.

Community Play School Messy Engagement By Mariglynn Edlins, Professor and CPS Parent My partner, Geoff, and I found Community Play School late last summer as we frantically searched for a preschool option for our son, Bergen. After two years as a stay-at-home-parent, Geoff found out that he would begin teaching …

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Baltimore Artists Take to Berlin Two Goucher alums will present a moving display at the Berlin Light Weeks Sept. 30-Oct. 16.

If you attended Light City this past spring, you may remember a cascade of multi-dimensional, multicolored images falling over the Inner Harbor waters—and as you passed by, your presence made the shapes and colors change. Sound familiar? You were witnessing “Water Wall,” a piece by Baltimore-based artists Greg St. Pierre …

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Weekend Plans Sept. 29-Oct. 2 Whiskey, jazz and provocative art take the stage this weekend in Baltimore.

THURSDAY 29 Event: Mom’s Night Out Calling all #MomBosses! Author Nicole Feliciano celebrates the launch of her new book, MomBoss: Balancing Entrepreneurship, Kids, and Success with help from four other mom-trepreneurs. The best part? Tickets include a free signed copy of the book—and complimentary wine and beer. Tickets: $20 in …

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New Jersey State of Mind "Jersey Boys" is playing at the Hippodrome from Sept. 27-Oct. 2.

I experienced a lot of emotions during last night’s opening-night production of “Jersey Boys” at the Hippodrome—laughter, tears, some sort of indescribable hometown pride for my non-native Jersey—but one prevailed above all: consistent, jaw-dropping awe over just how high Frankie Valli (Aaron de Jesus) could sing. Don’t get me wrong: …

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