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Back in Baltimore, Oprah's longtime makeup artist transforms senior faces

BALTIMORE - Dorothy Lievers marveled at herself in the mirror just before she got her beauty shots taken in the brightly lit Mount Vernon studio of fashion photographer P.A. Greene. Her smooth, mahogany skin glowed. Smoky eye shadow with a tinge of shimmer danced across the ridge just under her eyebrows. Her lips had a hint of matte pink lipstick.

Family

Photo discovery leads to slave ancestor

Earlene Campbell-Coleman recently received a photo of a former slave who turned out to be her great-great-great grandfather. Frank Campbell was among 272 slaves sold by Jesuit priests in 1838, to plantations in Louisiana, to help save Georgetown University. The photo of Campbell was the first picture of the slaves that genealogists have found.

Family

Game tips: 'Mario Kart 8 Deluxe' releases this April

"Mario Kart 8 Deluxe," the Nintendo Switch version of the popular Nintendo racer, is coming to the Switch on April 28. Nintendo has finally let loose some additional details spelling out exactly what kind of new content we can expect to see from the game when it finally makes its debut on the latest console and handheld hybrid from the big N.

Family

Parents @ Play: It's all connected

Whether you're putting together a puzzle, building a tower, looking for a new job, or just hanging out with your kids, life is all about connections. This week, we reviewed four unique ways you and your family can use physical connections to build stronger emotional ones.

Family

Chatting with the cast of the new 'Power Rangers' movie

Recently, we saw the new "Power Rangers" movie. The movie started by explaining the history of the Power Rangers and how they came to be Power Rangers. Jason (the Red Ranger, played by Dacre Montgomery), Billy (Blue, RJ Cyler), Trini (Yellow, Becky G.), Zack (Black, Ludi Lin) and (Pink, Naomi Scott) are high school students in the town of Angel Grove. Each of the characters has a unique personality and is not accepted by their peers. They all have problems or insecurities that prevent them from being too friendly and outgoing.

Home & Garden

On Gardening: Emperor's candlestick, a nostalgic trip to the islands

I was working on a magazine piece this week on nostalgia gardening. While we tend to think of nostalgia gardening as being related to growing something that is heirloom or antique it can also be considered a plant that mentally transports you back to another time or place. One plant that instantly does that is the Emperor's candlestick, Senna alata formerly Cassia alata.

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Photo discovery leads to slave ancestor

Earlene Campbell-Coleman recently received a photo of a former slave who turned out to be her great-great-great grandfather. Frank Campbell was among 272 slaves sold by Jesuit priests in 1838, to plantations in Louisiana, to help save Georgetown University. The photo of Campbell was the first picture of the slaves that genealogists have found.
Molly Mathis The Charlotte Observer
Photo discovery leads to slave ancestor 1:58

Photo discovery leads to slave ancestor

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