How to Entertain Safely on the Fourth of July
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While this year’s Fourth of July holiday will be different due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are ways to entertain more safely.
For months, doctors, nurses and other medical personnel, as well as researchers and mental health care professionals, have put their own personal safety on the line to save lives. Jmore proudly recognizes some of these health care heroes.
Looking for a delicious and easy summer appetizer or side dish? Try this watermelon feta tower recipe from our friends at Eddie’s of Roland Park.
HeidnSeek Entertainment LLC founder and CEO Heidi Klotzman recently self-published her first book, “Circadian Rhythm: A Book of Poetry.”
While parents may want to be everything all the time, Talya Knable says there are four things our kids really need right now.
Starting a new job during a pandemic presents many challenges. The JCS Career Center has some tips to help you through the process.