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Saying that someone “wrote the book” on a topic is usually an exaggeration. Not so for photographer David Muse, whose resume not only boasts breathtaking glimpses of Baltimore’s coastline, but also the book he penned entitled Photographing Baltimore, Annapolis, and MD’s Eastern Shore. David’s combined encyclopedic knowledge of photographic techniques and the city he calls home harmonizes perfectly into his walking photo safaris, which lead students through the visual splendors of the ocean side city while imparting camera fundamentals. During his Inner Harbor Tour, which was praised by Andrea Sachs of the Washington Post, Muse inspires his students to capture stories of the city as they point their lenses at the harbor's bobbing boats, towering World Trade Center, and wavering reflection the iconic Domino Sugar sign, all the while expounding on optimal aperture openings and which flash settings can blind a rabid Ravens fan. All of David's events—from his historic Fells Point photo safaris to his wildlife photography weekends and West Virginia countryside workshops—all weave in his expert tips, hands-on instruction, and thoughtful, professional critiques of each student's work.
601 Light St
Baltimore,
MD
US
Sticky Rice is pan-asian cuisine with a pub atmosphere. A sushi restaurant with a twist. For example, the most popular appetizer at Sticky Rice is not a tiny bowl of translucent broth, but a literal bucket of crispy tater tots. Yes. Tater tots. And, by all accounts, they are amazing. This is a fusion experience extraordinaire with dishes such as the Sushi Burrito, Tokyo Burger, and the Japancake. Also, for those who are sriracha-enthused—this is the place to go. Finish it all up with a victory lap and their “Sake BOOMMMBBBB!”, which comes to you by way of a ringing gong. So, on second thought, maybe make that drink numero ichi...
1634 Aliceanna St
Baltimore,
MD
US
Directed by Dr. Lawrence J. Cheskin, Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center focuses on healthy, long-term weight loss plans, personalized to suit each client’s metabolism and individual diet and behavior profile. Their team of dietitians and psychologists work together with an exercise physiologist to craft the programs, which fuse diet modifications, workouts, and occasional prescription appetite suppressants. The team centers their custom diets on natural foods as well as prepackaged meals, working with each participant’s preferences rather than insisting they eat imaginary food made of air.
Bloomberg School of Public Health, 550 N Broadway, Ste 1001
Baltimore,
MD
US
One of the world’s foremost experts on the treatment of paralysis, neurologist Dr. John McDonald founded the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury in 2005 within the Kennedy Krieger Institute, which is dedicated to improving the lives of children and adolescents with developmental disabilities and brain, spinal-cord, or musculoskeletal disorders. The center works with those of all ages, and fuels its programs with a philosophy that individuals with paralysis can always hope and strive for recovery even years after their injury. An interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, nutritionists and other specialists provide comprehensive and continuous care at the center as needed. Specially trained physicians and a state-of-the-art facility with weight-training equipment, neuromuscular stimulators, and aquatic-therapy pools allow the organization to tailor its wellness programs to each client’s needs.
707 North Broadway
Baltimore,
MD
US
Since 1961, The Flower Cart, Inc. has blanketed the Baltimore area in fresh floral arrangements for all occasions. Holiday centerpieces aglow with crimson roses and twinkling candles brighten pie-laden tables, whereas anniversary bouquets use white button-spray chrysanthemums to say all the things that peanut-butter-filled mouths can’t. With a range of bestsellers for $35 and under, The Flower Cart, Inc. promises elegant still-life subjects for practiced pointillists and verdant houseplants for innovative performance artists. Sneeze-prone flora fans can get a pollen-free flower fix with an array of fruit and gift baskets stuffed with fresh produce and aromatic coffee.
600 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore,
MD
US
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