After a blistering summer—and plenty of lovely, citrusy wheat beers and pale ales to keep us cool—fall is finally here, and with it comes a raft of new brews that suit the season. Of course, that includes some pumpkin flavors—pumpkin beers are the best-selling seasonal beers in the U.S.—but the …Read More »
Arts Plus STEM Equals STEAM Art is the season’s must-have accessory for classes in science, technology, engineering and math—it’s STEM meets STEAM.
Are you left-brained or right-brained? A creative thinker or a logical thinker? Mathematical or artistic? Are you in Box A or Box B? More and more, contemporary educators are rejecting outdated notions about the way we think and embracing instruction models that span multiple disciplines—particularly curricula that involve the arts. …Read More »
The Art of Selling Your Home Readying your house for the real estate market doesn’t have to be overwhelming if you follow these expert tips.
How do you know when you’ve found “the one?” And, more importantly, when you finally find it—your dream home—how do you break up with your old place? The ins and outs of prepping a home for sale can overwhelm even the most motivated sellers. That’s where the support of the …Read More »
In the market for a new home? You should know that there’s been gradual changes over the years in lending and mortgaging, and if you haven’t kept up, the experience might well be unlike any home purchase you’ve made before. Among the biggest changes of late is the entry of …Read More »
Maybe most kids don’t look at school as a gift, but a private school education is just that. As children grow into adults, their environment shapes their character quite profoundly. And an enormous part of a child’s environment is his or her long-term school setting, in all its idiosyncratic variety. …Read More »
Carroll County offers the best of both worlds—it’s conveniently located to both Baltimore and D.C. while successfully retaining its rural charms. The county’s rolling hills and picturesque farmland still offer a quick escape from the nearby urban and suburban areas. Building on its rural history and heritage, the county’s thriving …Read More »
Looking to sell your house this fall? It’s time to talk home equity. You’ve probably heard the phrase a hundred times, but it’s often unclear what it really means—or what you need to do to change it. “Home equity is the value in your home that’s net of debt,” says …Read More »
Walking into the Children’s Garden of the Waldorf School, you might notice something a little different. Not the brightly colored gnome hats in the corner or the kindergarteners kneading bread (though these are, granted, not unsurprising sights), but an absolute lack of anything … school-like. The classrooms are conspicuously devoid …Read More »
From the return of MTV’s “Cribs” (on Snapchat, no less) to the nonstop parade of stunning properties on HGTV, it’s clear that luxury homes are having a moment—and Baltimore is no exception. But while Charm City certainly offers its fair share of ritzy real estate, it’s difficult to define what …Read More »
Summer is a big season for eye care—and not just because July is Eye Injury Prevention Month and August, Cataract Awareness Month. According to Dr. Benjamin Azman of Azman Eye Care in Timonium, the warmer months can be particularly hard on eyes. “People are out playing sports without protective eyewear …Read More »