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National Aquarium Is Offering Free Tickets for Vaccines

Free admission will be given to anyone who gets a vaccine during the National Aquarium clinics in August and September.

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Howard County to Spend $8 Million on Par...

Howard County has announced it will be using new grant funds to renovate fields, lighting, and playgrounds at three public parks.

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Annapolis Postpones 2021 Pride Parade Du...

The date has been moved to June 4, 2022. It was originally scheduled for October 30, 2021.

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'Sip & Stroll' Happy Hours Coming Back to Maryland Zoo

Happy hour is back at the Maryland Zoo. The popular "Sip & Stroll" event returns this fall on weekend nights at 1 Safari Place.

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Baltimore City to Reinstate Mask Mandate

The new mask requirement goes into effect on August 9, 2021.

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Get a Mustard-Flavored Hot Dog Bun at Ca...

Fans will be able to get a special mustard hot dog bun during the Orioles game on Saturday.

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Take a Bite Out of Hagerstown's 42nd Annual Peach Festival

Leitersburg Ruritan Club's peachy event features food, games, and a 5K run for charity!

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Embrace Cottagecore at The Clarksville S...

Is there anything more cheery than sunflowers? Find them in full bloom at the Clarksville Sunflower Festival happening all month at Mary's Land Farm, located between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

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10 Things You Have to Do in the DMV This...

Check out what's happening in DC, Maryland, and Virginia for the weekend roundup for Friday, August 6 to Sunday, August 8.

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Did You Know That The Washington Monument Has a 'Mini-Me'?

Unknown to most people, there's a 12-foot replica of the gigantic monument hidden from sight directly nearby.

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The Baltimore Hunger Project Needs Your ...

Everyone deserves a treat on their special day. The good folks at Baltimore Hunger Project are looking for donations for birthday packs that they can distribute to those who need them most.

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3 Places to Pick the Sweetest Maryland P...

Is there anything better than a tree-ripened peach? Maryland is dotted with family farms just waiting for you to come out and pick some, so put on the sunscreen and head out!

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9 Big Cats at Smithsonian National Zoo B...

Zookeepers at the Smithsonian National Zoo announced that nine of their big cats—six African lions, two Amur tigers, and a Sumatran tiger—are currently being treated for coronavirus.

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Our Marylanders Then: Edgar Allan Poe

Is there anyone who understands the dark side of human nature better than Edgar Allan Poe? Did you know Edgar Allan Poe had significant connections to Baltimore, Maryland?

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How to Plan a Fabulous DC Vacation on th...

A visit to the nation's capital doesn't have to break the bank. Here are some ideas on how to plan an affordable D.C. vacation.

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Road Closures, Restrictions in Place for...

The Metropolitan Police Department has closed off several roads around the U.S. Capitol Building in D.C. ahead of the “Justice for J6” rally on Saturday, September 18.

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5 Scenic Places in Maryland to Catch Peak Leaf Colors!

The month of October is upon us. From Cunningham Falls to Rocky Gap State Park, here are five scenic places to catch peak leaf colors in Maryland.

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Maryland's Delfest Has Been Canceled for...

DelFest, the bluegrass music festival hosted in Cumberland, Maryland, has been canceled, once again, due to the spread of COVID-19.

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Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge Now O...

The Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge is now open in the District of Columbia. The new bridge has six traffic lanes and four pedestrian overlook areas.

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10 Things You Have to Do in the DMV This Weekend (September 17–19...

Feeling a touch blue from summer ending? Check out the events happening this weekend in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia!

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Police Install Fencing, Security Cameras...

Law enforcement in D.C. is securing the area around the Capitol ahead of a planned protest on Saturday, September 18. The “Justice for J6” rally is being held in support of people arrested in the riot on Capitol Hill on January 6.

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Original Printings of Historical Texts S...

The "Founding Freedoms" exhibit runs daily through November 14 at the Annapolis State House. Visitors can examine printings of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and more.

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3 Resources for Marylanders Facing WSSC Water Turnoffs

WSSC Water resumes residential water turnoffs on September 13, 2021. If you're facing potential disruption of service due to a past balance, these resources may be able to help.

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Amazon Holding Career Day to Fill 40,000...

Many of the 40,000 posted positions will be located at the second company headquarters under construction in Virginia.

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National Articles
Cracking the Code on Gen Z Slang: Slaps,...

Need to talk to your kids but can't understand what they're saying? Need a guide to Gen Z slang and lingo? We've got the definitions to "cap," "simp," "sus," and so many more!

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Vintage Halloween Costumes That Will Hau...

People of the past brought their creepy A-game to Halloween. From looking at these nightmare-inducing photos, one thing's for sure: our ancestors were obsessed with huge heads, pillowcases, and general creepiness. 

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5 Real-Life Hauntings That Feel Straight Out of the Movies

The world is a spooky place. From "Insidious"-like selfies to possessed dolls, these people claim these hauntings are just like the movies.

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Your Ultimate Guide to Black Friday Shop...

To lend a hand, we've put together this guide of everything you need to know about Black Friday 2021, including when it starts, where to shop, and the best deals.

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Dunkaroos Are Back—Here's Where You Can ...

Dunkaroos, the popular '90s snack, is making a comeback, and you can find them in an oddly convenient place.

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Ouija Boards: Evil or Unbelievable?

Here we look at a brief history of the Ouija board, and why we tend to believe more in the supernatural, depending on our circumstances.

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Three Words: Pumpkin. French. Toast.

Add a bit of fall flavor to your breakfast with this seasonal Pumpkin French Toast recipe!

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How to Order the 'Hocus Pocus' Frappucci...

Starbucks' secret menu items now include Frappucinos that represent the Sanderson Sisters from "Hocus Pocus."

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Disney+ Reboots 'Cheaper by the Dozen' With Zach Braff, Gabrielle...

Disney+ will release a "Cheaper by the Dozen" reboot featuring Zach Braff and Gabrielle Union and written by the creator and producer of "Black-ish" and "Grown-ish" in 2022.

Film
Terrifying Video Shows 16-Year-Old Surfe...

16-year-old surfer Doyle Nielson was bit by a six-foot-long shark off New Smyrna Beach, the "unofficial shark-bite capital of the world."

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HBO Cut Ties With Amazon Prime and Milli...

Streamers everywhere were surprised with an email this week informing them that HBO would no longer be available through Amazon Prime. Here's what you need to know.

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McDonald's Debuts Walt Disney World Happy Meal Toys in Honor of t...

Take home a piece of Disney magic with a Happy Meal anniversary toy, available while supplies last.

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