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Rebecca Salsbury, 31, has less than one month to go before she becomes a mother. She plans to readjust her work-life balance when the time comes, but so far her pregnancy has meant little professional change at the private law firm in Baltimore where she's an associate.
Brenton Duvall is the big man on campus tonight. Up on the makeshift stage, he's tinkering with his MacBook's audio settings while red Solo cups are passed around the room. With a playlist full of party music and a hook up to the speakers, he's got a captive crowd of Clemson students ready to rage.
In April 2010, a small Washington, D.C., restaurant chain staged a concert for 700 people in front of its Dupont Circle location. On Saturday, the same chain expects to stuff the mighty Merriweather Post Pavilion with 20,000 strong.
he nation's capital has long been known as a place full of stuffy gray suits and neatly pressed ties, but these days, designers are loosening the top button.
Imagine a classroom where math is taught with Matisse and reading is learned through drama rather than a textbook.
When Alex Heitkemper joined the Prince George's Pride lacrosse club three years ago, he noticed something different about the team.
Casino proponents in Maryland rejoiced when November's referendum passed, saying it would keep gambling money in state. And though bus tours to Atlantic City have seen a decline since Maryland Live! and other casinos opened, some gamblers say it doesn't matter how many casinos Maryland builds or how many table games it adds -- trips to Atlantic City are less about the bets and more about the escape.