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Author Emily Parker (Now I Know Who My Comrades Are) discusses how a new wave of technologially empowered dissidents and freedom fighters are undermining authoritarian regimes in Cuba, Russia and China in the start of this current affairs series.
Ron Shapiro has mastered the art of negotiating and teaches you how to find the right words for any circumstance. Takes place at Pratt Central Library.
A part of Ladew Gardens 2014 Spring Lecture Series - Award-winning landscape architect and historian Patrick Chasse will discuss Jens Jenson's original Maine lanscape and his struggles during the skillful process of bringing "Skylands" back to its natural peak in this inspirational speech.
Rabbi Miriam Jerris of the Society for Humanistic Judaism shares wisdom about intermarriage, when two people from different groups (religion, race, etc.) wed. Q&A to follow. Free.
Michelle Antoinette Nelson, aka LOVE the poet, hosts this clinic offering insight on what makes poetry so theraputic and special. Two clinics: 11 am or 3 pm.
A part of Ladew Garden's 2014 Spring Lecture Series - Heidi Hesselein, co-owner of Pleasant Run Nurserey, will highlight versatile, tough and beautiful plants that withstand multiple seasons.
The fourth panel discussion in Everyman Theatre's series "The World of the Play," running in conjunction with the production of By the Way, Meet Vera Stark.
The fifth and final panel discussion in Everyman Theatre's series, running in conjunction with their production of Tribes. The talk centers itself around isolation and how it affects an individual's communication ability.
Jewish Legal Services, a program of the non-profit Jewish Community Services in Baltimore, hosts a legal walk-in clinic for Jewish individuals of limited income. Volunteer lawyers are available to provide advice and referral services on a variety of legal issues, including bankruptcy, family, and landlord-tenant issues.
POZ Men is a peer support group for men who are HIV+.
Monthly discussion group of spiritually-oriented Licensed Mental Health Professionals meets to talk about creatively integrating principles and tools from a variety of spiritual traditions with more traditional psychotherapy and counseling models.
The group will study the teachings of modern Buddhist thinkers.
The Right Action and the Self Dialogue Inquiry group meets to discuss the teachings of J. Krishnamurt, encouraging all to observe the workings of the self and questions of "who am I?"
A support group for people providing care for someone close to them with Parkinson's Disease. Meetings will take place in Room 101.
The Baltimore Birth Circle holds regular meetings for anyone who is interested. Most meetings have a topic and everyone is welcome, from pre-conception to postpartum.
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The creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Tony Award winning musical centers on two Mormons and their journey to Africa. The Book of Mormon combines witty comedy with innovate song numbers for your entertainment.
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