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As the government shutdown drags on, furloughed government employees are facing mounting household bills, from mortgage payments to utility bills -- thousands of people are being impacted in the Baltimore area. Our friends at Living on the Cheap have rounded up a list of companies that are … [Read more...] about Payment assistance and help for furloughed government employees
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The life of writer Edgar Allan Poe, one of Baltimore’s most famous residents, is chronicled in Baltimore's Edgar Allen Poe House and Museum at 203 N. Amity Street. The house is open 11 a.m. to 3:40 p.m. through December 18, when it closes for the winter. If you're short on time or … [Read more...] about Visit Edgar Allen Poe’s Final Resting Place in Baltimore