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- Familiar Face Pours Her Passion For Animals Onto The Page Animal rights activists share a passion and aren't afraid of letting the rest of the world know where they stand.
- Torrey Smith's Baby Son Expands His Fanbase Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith is a fan favorite---but someone else is building his own fanbase: his eight-month-old son, TJ!
- Hyatt Regency 'Blanketing Baltimore' During The Holidays It's that time of year in Charm City when many agencies are overwhelmed trying to help those in need. Hundreds of people line up each day for a hot meal or a place to stay.
- Protests Impact Annual Washington Monument Lighting The protests in Baltimore led right to Mount Vernon, where protestors overwhelmed the Washington Monument lighting.
- Broadway Hit Musical 'Newsies' At The Hippodrome Stop the presses. That's what the Newsboys Strike of 1899 did and crippled an entire industry. Now there's a Broadway hit musical at the Hippodrome retelling the real life movement.
- Magazine Ranks Baltimore 4th Ugliest City The ugly truth--at least, one magazine's take on it.
- Retailers Click To Cyber Monday After Thanksgiving Weekend Slump Cyber Monday has holiday shoppers clicking away and, at the other end, thousands of workers rushing to fill those orders.
- Festival Of Trees Is Back In Town It's a holiday tradition 25 years old. The Festival of Trees opens at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. Thousands of people are expected to show up. It's all to support Kennedy Krieger.
- Bea Gaddy Family Center Serves Up More Than 12,000 Meals An annual Thanksgiving dinner will feed more than 12,000 in Baltimore in need of a warm meal this holiday. Rochelle Ritchie reports on what this annual dinner means for the community.
- Family-Owned Grocery Gives Back To Community In Annual Event A locally-owned supermarket helps dozens of people enjoy a much happier Thanksgiving.
- Thousands Lace Up For Turkey Trot What better way to enjoy your Thanksgiving platter than with a little workout beforehand?
- Kennedy Krieger’s Festival Of Trees Benefits Children With Special Needs The three-day Festival of Trees is about to get underway. It’s a major fundraiser benefitting the Kennedy Krieger Institute.